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Richard Lomotey points to a computer as Evan McStay looks on.

Beaver IST student receives grant to develop mobile app for farmers

Penn State Beaver IST student Evan McStay received a Penn State Student Engagement Network Grant to work with Assistant Professor Richard Lomotey on a mobile app for local farmers.

Start Smart workshop to teach Penn State Beaver students how to negotiate salary

The AAUW Start Smart Workshop on April 5 will teach Penn State Beaver students how to negotiate a starting salary, articulate their value, improve lifelong earning potential, and sharpen budgeting skills.
Pittsburgh MBA

Two information sessions planned for Penn State MBA in Pittsburgh

Penn State’s part-time master of business administration degree program in Pittsburgh will host two fall events for prospective students at 6 p.m. Oct. 12 and 27. Curriculum, course content, credit exemptions, application requirements, financial aid resources, and GMAT preparation will be discussed at information sessions at the Regional Learning Alliance (RLA), located at 850 Cranberry Woods Drive in Cranberry Township.
Beaver Professor Richard Lomotey and IST student Joe Pry confer in a computer lab.

Beaver IST professor, student present paper at big data conference

Beaver Assistant Professor of IST Richard Lomotey and his student Joe Pry collaborated on a paper about encryption algorithms for mobile devices, which they were then invited to present at the IEEE Big Data Congress in San Francisco.
ShopBot Buddy

Beaver engineering students have a new 'Buddy'

Two sophomore engineering students will be responsible for running Penn State Beaver's ShopBot Buddy, a $12,000 piece of equipment capable of taking the flat drawings and computer-aided models students create in their freshman engineering classes and actually producing them, and then exactly reproducing them.
Engineering student Leah Berry records the ShopBot in action with her smart phone.

CNC router and Leah Berry

Sophomore engineering students Leah Berry, pictured, and Nicole Chemini will be responsible for running the Maker Lab's CNC router.

Engineering student Leah Berry records the ShopBot in action with her smart phone.

CNC router and Leah

Sophomore engineering students Leah Berry, pictured, and Nicole Chemini will be responsible for the Maker Lab ShopBot, a computer-controlled machine that cuts wood, metal and plastic.

Engineering student Leah Berry records the ShopBot in action with her smart phone.

Engineering students have a new "Buddy"

The ShopBot Buddy is a $12,000 piece of equipment capable of taking the flat drawings and computer-aided models students create in their freshman engineering classes and actually producing them, and then exactly reproducing them.
Beaver IST c3 solution

Local company calls on IST students for help

The vice president of information technology at electrical component company c3controls asked Beaver IST students to build a new online purchasing system for customers.

Former Beaver student trades in high-stress job for an online startup

Former Penn State Beaver student and Smeal College of Business alumnus Justin Harmon traded in his high-stress job for an online startup.

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