Effective immediately and for the foreseeable future, the Entrepreneurship and Assistance Clinic is expanding its scope and service offerings to small Pennsylvania businesses, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The first-ever, virtual “Hack for Impact” hackathon will give teams the opportunity to work on ideas related to enhancing student life and engagement during times of disruption.
As Penn State Materials Research Institute prepared for its 2019 Materials Day event — held last October — 3M was busy reinforcing its relationship with Penn State to advance research activities with a new $900,000 commitment over the next three years. The agreement harnessed the efforts of 3M alongside the Penn State Materials Research Institute, Penn State Corporate Engagement, and the Penn State Office of Industrial Partnerships.
Penn State students sweep Mont Alto’s annual LION Tank competition for entrepreneurs
For Coasty, reducing pollution in the earth’s waterways is a priority. Founded in 2018 by partners Shanna Henry and Petros Pappalas, the company is committed to providing high quality alternatives to single-use plastic straws with their biodegradable paper straws.
The new lab will continue the New Kensington campus’ impact on local revitalization efforts, as well as strengthen current and future workforce development to prepare the region for the Digital Age.
Every parent knows college students like sleep. College of Engineering graduate John-Thomas “JT” Marino, however, committed all his energy to sleep after graduating in 2012 when he started Tuft & Needle – a direct-to-consumer online mattress retailer with a “bed in a box” concept – completely disrupting the way consumers purchase their beds.
An update on Lehigh Valley LaunchBox grant recipient who opened an escape room in Bethlehem
Those with an entrepreneurial spirit are invited to explore the world of business ownership through the eyes of those who have taken the chance and succeeded, thanks to an initiative by Penn State Mont Alto.