Through a series of connections made through the Penn State Berks Langan LaunchBox, Gabriela Gonzalez-Magana had an opportunity to complete a summer internship with PeopleJoy.
Maria Spencer has joined the Entrepreneurship & Innovation team in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences as the first John and Patty Warehime Entrepreneur in Residence. Her role in the newly created and endowed position is to support the college’s researchers and inventors through the technology-commercialization process and to foster productive relationships between the college and industry.
Hot sauce producer Frankly-Deep recently gained support from Penn State Brandywine, as the local small business was named a Brandywine Boost grant recipient.
Penn State Alumni Association CEO Paul J. Clifford discussed the impact of the 2018 City Lights series to the Board of Trustees Committee on Outreach, Development and Community Relations today (July 19) at Berks campus.
Five new companies were awarded Lehigh Valley LaunchBox microgrants in May.
Meaghan Paige, a women’s fashion brand, got its start at Penn State Brandywine. Several years later, the company has found new support on campus as a Brandywine Boost grant recipient.
Building on the success of last year’s inaugural industryXchange and positive feedback received from industry, the Penn State College of Engineering held its second industryXchange on May 14 at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center.
The Council for Retail and Sales is back and now under the Penn State Lehigh Valley campus as of an official kick-off event held on campus on June 15.
Wells Fargo recently presented a check for $112,500 to the Downtown Hazleton Alliance for Progress in support of the Penn State Hazleton LaunchBox.