Penn State World Campus Engineering Programs Webinar
Join us for an informational webinar to learn more about the online engineering programs available to you through Penn State World Campus.
Faculty members will review information about program curriculum and application requirements, sharing insight into industry trends and what it means to be a Penn State World Campus student.
Register for the webinar to learn about Penn State World Campus programs in:
- Systems Engineering
- Engineering Management
- Software Engineering
- Additive Manufacturing and Design
- Mechanical Engineering
Jeannine Wonderling is an Assistant Director of Education Alliance Partnerships with Penn State World Campus. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Master of Science in Workforce Education, both from Penn State. She additionally instructs undergraduate courses in Workforce Education for the College of Education.
Amanda Goble serves as a Penn State World Campus Client Service Manager. She completed her undergraduate studies at Penn State’s main campus location and her Psychology of Leadership Master’s degree via the World Campus. She enjoys the opportunity to talk with prospective students about their interests and goals and how Penn State World Campus can assist them in pursuit of their personal and professional endeavors.
James A. Nemes is Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer and Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Penn State’s School of Graduate Professional Studies. He earned his master’s and D.Sc. at George Washington University and baccalaureate from the University of Maryland. Prior to coming to Penn State in 2007, Dr. Nemes was an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and William Dawson Scholar at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
Dr. Robert A. Gray is the Professor-in-Charge for the Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering. He teaches courses in the areas of embedded systems and systems engineering, reliability engineering, information systems, electronic navigation systems (GPS, inertial navigation, MEMs), digital systems, intelligent vehicle systems, Kalman filtering, wireless communications, electromagnetics and radar, electric circuits, and microcontrollers.
Dr. Timothy Simpson is a professor in mechanical and nuclear engineering, and industrial and manufacturing engineering departments. He is a faculty member of the EDOG Lab, and he leads the Center for Innovative Manufacturing Processing-3D, a world leader in the growing field of additive manufacturing.