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Dr. Michael R. Bartolacci

Professors develop model to strengthen wireless network

Protecting and strengthening the security of wireless networks used by law enforcement, firefighters and emergency responders during natural disasters and minimizing damage to networks by terrorists and hackers — these are the two key issues addressed in a unique modeling approach developed by two professors, one from Penn State Berks and the other from Ontario’s University of Waterloo.
Thomas Jay Lynn and his book “Chinua Achebe and The Politics of Narration: Envisioning Language”

Lynn publishes book on Chinua Achebe and politics of narration

Thomas Jay Lynn, associate professor of English at Penn State Berks, has published his first book — “Chinua Achebe and The Politics of Narration: Envisioning Language”
Dr. Azar Eslam Panah

Eslam Panah awarded NSF Grant for Tomo PIV

Azar Eslam Panah, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Penn State Berks, was recently awarded a National Science Foundation grant in the amount of $289,785 toward the purchase of a Tomographic Particle Image Velocimetry (Tomo PIV) System for Multi-Disciplinary Research.
Thomas Jay Lynn and his book “Chinua Achebe and The Politics of Narration: Envisioning Language”

Lynn publishes book on Chinua Achebe and politics of narration

Thomas Jay Lynn, associate professor of English at Penn State Berks, has published his first book — “Chinua Achebe and The Politics of Narration: Envisioning Language”.
 The ribbon-cutting ceremony included (left to right) Randy Peers, John Morahan, Dr. R. Keith Hillkirk, Dr. Neil Sharkey, and the Nittany Lion

Penn State Berks and Penn State Health St. Joseph dedicate Langan LaunchBox

Official Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony held at Penn State Health St. Joseph Downtown Reading Campus
Miller (left) and Bleicher display the leg prosthetic, which was entered in the ASME IAM 3D Challenge.

Penn State Berks engineering student qualifies for 3D challenge

Eric Miller, a sophomore mechanical engineering major at Penn State Berks, is designing and creating a lightweight, low-cost, longer-lasting and fully mobile lower-leg prosthetic.
students with prosthetic leg

Penn State Berks engineering student qualifies for ASME

Eric M. Miller, a sophomore mechanical engineering major at Penn State Berks, qualified for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ Innovative Additive Manufacturing 3D Challenge for a lightweight, low-cost, longer-lasting and fully mobile lower-leg prosthetic he is designing and creating based on his interest in biomechanics.
Photo of Dr. Leonard Gamberg, Dr. Daniel Pitonyak and Dr. Alexei Prokudin

No Small Matter

Penn State Berks is the only undergraduate institution to receive two prestigious research grants for work in theoretical nuclear physics research

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