Early to College students attend Penn State Mont Alto classes at their high school

Early to College

Local high school students have benefitted for years from taking Early to College classes at Penn State Mont Alto. 

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David Beardsley, Lisa DeGregorio, Curtis Hoover, and Anne Miller

New staff members at Penn State Mont Alto

Penn State Mont Alto welcomes four new staff members, David Beardsley, Lisa DeGregorio, Curtis Hoover, and Anne Miller.
Glen Horst learns how to operate a crane from Manitowoc Training Instructor Charlie Reeder.

Mont Alto expands STEM Camp in its second year

Last year’s inaugural STEM Camp at Penn State Mont Alto was an overwhelming success, but camp organizers wanted to take it to the next level. After polling last year’s students, camp was expanded to offer activities and field trips beyond the college campus. Thirty rising ninth and 10th graders from a dozen Pennsylvania school districts participated in the week-long day camp, which began July 10.
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Student Engagement Network making strides in program development

Over the last several months, the Student Engagement Network has made significant progress in advancing the University’s strategic priority focusing on transforming education through student engagement.

Four named Big Ten Academic Alliance Academic Leadership Program Fellows

The Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA) Academic Leadership Program has gained four additional Fellows from the Penn State ranks. The BTAA is the academic consortium of the Big Ten universities. Through its leadership program, participants who have demonstrated exceptional ability and administrative promise are aided in further developing their leadership and managerial skills.
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College of Ag Sciences names outstanding students for 2017

Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences recognized the recipient of the Outstanding Senior Award, as well as Outstanding Students in golf course turfgrass management, forest technology and wildlife technology for the 2016-17 academic year.