Senior citizens are a frequent target of online scams and phishing attacks. A group of Penn State Berks students majoring in Information Sciences and Technology and Security and Risk Analysis, under the moniker “Cyber Lions.”
From the time Tristan Morales enrolled at Penn State Berks in 2016, he seized every opportunity that came his way. Today Morales is an entrepreneur and one of the founding members of Traduki Technologies LLC.
Berks student marshal Jaime Seaman will graduate with a bachelor of science in information sciences and technology during the college’s commencement ceremony at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 20, at the Santander Arena.
The Penn State Berks Technology Club (BTC) visited Google’s headquarters in New York City on Friday, Nov. 22. The excursion included a tour, followed by a question-and-answer session with Google employees.
A comprehensive new scholarship program for academically outstanding Penn State Berks undergraduates, the Cohen-Hammel Fellows Program is designed to prepare students to become engaged and ethical leaders in the 21st century.
The Resilient Resumes team took third place in the Nittany AI Challenge, held at Penn State University Park campus on September 10, 2019. The team received $5,000 from Nittany AI Alliance for their web application designed to walk the user through the resume creation process.
This year, three Penn State Berks students received the University’s prestigious Erickson Discovery Grant for summer 2019, through the Office of Undergraduate Education. The grants allowed them to conduct research over the summer in the field, lab or studio.
For Shivansh Bhatt, attending Penn State Berks was not part of the plan. An international student born in India and raised in Dubai, Bhatt had originally applied to University Park to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering.