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Yanelis Funez smiling in her cap and gown.
June 30, 2021
The graduate, Yanelis Funez, competed in the Washington Media Scholars Foundation’s Media Plan Case Competition.
Old Main
June 26, 2021
If you love figuring out how things work — and contemplating ways to make them work better — pursuing a mechanical engineering degree might be a great option for you.
The face of the Nittany Lion Shrine
June 24, 2021
This is the first year that Penn State World Campus is recognizing outstanding student leadership.
online learner attributes
June 4, 2021
Web accessibility is an important priority at Penn State World Campus (and Penn State as a whole).
the columns of Old Main at Penn State are shown
June 4, 2021
These Penn State World Campus students returned to school in their 40s — and their 50s and later in life — to take care of unfinished business, make a career change, and more.
A stone sign reading Pennsylvania State University
June 2, 2021
The dozen students are enrolled in the bachelor's in finance and master's in project management online programs.
A Google Home device sits on a surface.
June 1, 2021
The master's in artificial intelligence — the first of its kind at Penn State — is a professional, technical course of study.
an illustration shows a computer circuit board
May 24, 2021
Applications are being accepted for this new online IT degree.
A sign that says College of Medicine is show in front of a hospital
May 19, 2021
The course in the public health preparedness program explored the rollout of the vaccination program in the United States and across the world.
Michelle Hatch sits on a wall with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background
May 17, 2021
Michelle Hatch applied human factors principles to her work because her courses in a graduate certificate in engineering were centered on human design and the physical and cognitive limitations of humans.
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