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Mont Alto Forestry Students during Trauma Scenario

Students receive hands-on trauma training

Penn State Mont Alto will hold its annual trauma-scenario training exercise for forest technology and nursing students from 8 a.m. to noon on April 19 at the campus. During the event, students will collaborate with multiple agencies to rescue two injured foresters who have been in a tree harvesting accident — one will be a mobile, high-fidelity human simulation patient named i-Stan.
Josh Hersl Woods

Nontraditional student learns valuable lessons on road to reaching dreams

Josh Hersl, a senior forest ecosystem management major in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences, has experienced a few roadblocks and detours on the road to reaching his dreams.
Mont Alto Volleyball Team

Student-athletes earn PSUAC Fall All-Academic honors

Thirty-three Penn State Mont Alto student-athletes were named to the Penn State University Athletic Conference All-Academic Team on Jan. 11.
Humayan's Tomb, New Delhi, India

Humayan's Tomb

Humayan's Tomb, New Delhi, India

Humayan's Tomb, New Delhi, India

Humayan's Tomb

Humayan's Tomb, New Delhi, India

Humayan's Tomb, New Delhi, India

Penn State Mont Alto offers India course and trip

Penn State students from all majors and all campuses are invited to dive into the vibrant culture of India during a two-credit course in fall 2018 and a 10-day trip over winter break.
Penn State Mont Alto forestry students' Big Climb

Penn State Mont Alto forestry students' Big Climb

Forestry students pose for a class photo during their Big Climb.

Birthing simulator, Lucina, on display during the Penn State Mont Alto Scholarship Social.

Lucina Display

Carranda Barkdoll, director of the Penn State Mont Alto Nursing Program (left) describes the benefits of the Lucina birthing simulator to Mary Steel (2nd from left), along with Nicholas Damico, CAE Healthcare representative ― the company that manufactured Lucina ― and Sherri Stahl, Summit Health senior vice president of hospital operations. The Lucina birthing simulator, which was made possible through a partnership with Summit Health was on display during the Scholarship Social.

I-Corps logo

Penn State’s NSF I-Corps program seeks applications by Sept. 15 and Oct. 15

The National Science Foundation has joined in supporting Penn State’s goal of taking more of its discoveries to market by awarding Penn State a five-year, $500,000 Innovation Corps (I-Corps) grant to establish the Invent Penn State I-Corps Site in collaboration with Ben Franklin Technology Partner’s TechCelerator, Happy Valley LaunchBox, and Invent Penn State’s Innovation Hubs.

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