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Screenshot of Amazon Echo.

Beaver professor debuts voice-enabled classroom assistant

Beaver Information Sciences and Technology Instructor Ashu Kumar is developing a voice-enabled classroom assistant that can, among other things, take attendance and award participation points.
Screenshot of Amazon Echo.

Kumar voice-enabled classroom assistant

Beaver Information Sciences and Technology Instructor Ashu Kumar is developing a voice-enabled classroom assistant that can, among other things, take attendance and award participation points.

Beaver Chancellor Jenifer Cushman stands in front of the campus Lion Shrine.

Penn State Beaver chancellor receives Fulbright award

Penn State Beaver Chancellor Jenifer Cushman has been selected to participate in the Fulbright International Education Administrators Program in France.

Students, faculty and staff honored at Beaver campus awards ceremony

Penn State Beaver honored more than 60 students, faculty and staff at its annual awards ceremony on Friday, April 7. The top awards went to business major Allison Crouse and communications student Alexa DiPietrantonio.
Juliette Storr

Beaver communications professor to celebrate book publication

Juliette Storr, a Penn State Beaver associate professor of communications, will speak about her new book, “Journalism in a Small Place: Making Caribbean News Relevant, Comprehensive and Independent," on Nov. 16 in Room 16 of the Student Union Building.
Abington art gallery

Rebecca Strzelec Penn State Laureate

Artist Rebecca Strzelec, the current Penn State Laureate, in the Penn State Abington Art Gallery.

Penn State Beaver Assistant Professor of IST Richard Lomotey gives a lecture.

Penn State Beaver professor joins international team building hemophilia app

Penn State Beaver Assistant Professor Richard Lomotey and three of his IST students joined an international team to develop an app that helps young men with mild hemophilia track their symptoms after injury.
Studying molecular structures of conducting polymers

Engineers receive $1.2M to examine conjugated polymers for flexible electronics

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $1.2M in funding to three Penn State chemical engineering researchers for a proposal which aims to identify the key polymeric properties of conjugated polymers used to develop flexible electronics.
Studying molecular structures of conducting polymers to develop applications for flexible electronics

Studying molecular structures of conducting polymers

Enrique Gomez, Ralph Colby and Scott Milner are working to design the molecular structures of conducting polymers for applications in flexible electronics. The work is focused on predicting fundamental polymeric properties, such as the stiffness of the polymer chain and other physical and chemical properties.

Maura Francis wins Walker Award

Beaver honors students, staff and faculty

Penn State Beaver senior psychology major Maura Francis won the top student honor at the campus’ 48th annual Awards Ceremony. The Beaver campus honors its outstanding students, staff and faculty each spring for their work inside and outside of the classroom.

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