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Greg Zimmerman '02 Honored With 2016 Penn State Alumni Achievement Award

Mechanical Engineering Technology alumnus Gregory A. Zimmerman ’02 is a 2016 recipient of Penn State’s Alumni Achievement Award, a celebration of accomplished alumni age 35 or younger.

Zimmerman is director of global application and product engineering for SKF Aerospace, a leading supplier of bearings, seals and structural components for aviation engines and frames. He directs a multinational team of engineers who support SKF Group’s sales professionals and customers.

Top Instagram Photos of 2016

Top Instagram Photos of 2016

We're counting down the top Instagram photos of 2016!

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Now through the New Year, be sure to visit our Instagram profile to see the best photos of the year!

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Read the Commencement Address by Michael Woycheck '97, "Your Opportunity"

Michael A. Woycheck '97, who was the Farewell speaker at the commencement where he was awarded a B.S. in Management Information Systems, gave the Commencement Address at the December 16 ceremony in Junker Center.

Read Dr. Soledad Traverso's Commencement Faculty Address, "Surrealism in Everyday Life"

Professor of Spanish Dr. Soledad Traverso gave a Faculty Address titled “Surrealism in Everyday Life” at the fall 2016 commencement in Junker Center.

Science Major Uses GIS Technology to Map Erie Arboretum

Science Major Uses GIS Technology to Map Erie Arboretum

The New York Stock Exchange was created beneath a tree: On May 17, 1792, a small group of merchants gathered beneath a leafy buttonwood in front of 68 Wall St. to set rules for how their securities would be traded. The result, known as the “Buttonwood Agreement,” set commissions at one-quarter of a percent.

On hand for the November 18 groundbreaking of Trippe Hall were, from left, Stewart Christenson, of Noelker and Hull Associates; Joseph Milicia Jr., of Turner Construction; Moustafa Elhadary, a junior Software Engineering major and president of the college's student government association; Ralph Ford, chancellor; Gail Hurley, associate vice president for auxiliary and business services for Penn State; Mike Lindner, director of housing and food services at Penn State Behrend; and Chris Hurley, senior director

Trippe Hall Construction to Begin

Construction of Trippe Hall, a four-story, 251-bed residence hall at Penn State Behrend, is expected to begin in December. The $28.4 million building will be located near Ohio Hall, at the southwestern corner of the campus.

Penn State Behrend Named 'Military Friendly School'

Penn State Behrend Named 'Military Friendly School'

Penn State Behrend is included on a new list of educators who provide the most supportive academic environment for America’s service members, veterans and military spouses.

More than 130 Girls Attend Eleventh Annual Women in Engineering Day

Women in Engineering Day was Friday, November 4, at Penn State Behrend.Mia Chis surveyed the room and smiled.