A new bachelor of science degree in information technology will be offered beginning in the fall 2021 semester. The degree will replace the existing bachelor of science degree in information sciences and technology, which will be phased out over the next four years.
The researchers including one from Penn State Abington will develop standards and protocols for a new scanning platform that will enhance the public’s online viewing experiences of artwork as well as conservation efforts by museums.
A new Penn State-led project is educating coroners, medical examiners, and others in the death-certifier community in Pennsylvania about the reporting of substances associated with accidental overdose.
As Sept. 25 is national “If You See Something, Say Something” Awareness Day and September is National Preparedness Month, Penn State University Police and Public Safety is reminding students, employees and visitors to review the “If you See Something, Say Something” campaign for reporting suspicious activity, sign up for PSUAlert text messages, and familiarize themselves with the University’s official Active Attacker Response Program.
Longtime Penn State Abington supporters Joseph and Jo Anne Lurquin signed a five-year pledge to establish the Penn State Abington Engineering Excellence Fund. In recognition of their significant commitment, Chancellor Margo DelliCarpini named the recently renovated engineering lab in the Woodland Building in their honor.