Five members of the Penn State Berks graduating class were notified that they would be receiving Schreyer Honors Medals, which are awarded upon completion of the requirements of the Schreyer Honors College, including a capstone honors thesis.
The spring semester is a busy time of year, in which the campus is buzzing with excitement. As the foliage of campus blossoms, we watch many of our students’ interests in leadership blossom as well. As parents and family members, we hope you are taking the time to talk with your students about opportunities that might be opening up to them. Learn more about how you can encourage leadership.
Gabriela “Gabby” Gonzalez Magana is a Penn State senior majoring in computer engineering with a concentration in robotics. She emigrated to the United States from Mexico in 2011 at the age of 13. “Now, I am making plans to graduate with a B.S. in computer engineering from Penn State in December 2020 and want to earn a Ph.D. and work in industry," Magana said.
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.
Undergraduate students from colleges across and beyond Pennsylvania presented posters related to their summer internships at Penn State College of Medicine on Aug. 1 at the Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Fifty-four Penn State Berks students received recognition at the Penn State Berks Scholastic Awards Ceremony. The awards presented included the Evan Pugh Scholar Award, the President Sparks Award, and the President’s Freshman Award.