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Odd but stellar undergrad research project vital to student's education, future

When Kaylee Kishbaugh arrived at Penn State four years ago, she didn’t even know what prosciutto was, let alone that it could be made from duck. But now, looking back over her undergraduate experience and looking ahead to her career, she realizes the odd meat product was pivotal for her.


Penn State junior named Udall Scholar

Penn State junior named Udall Scholar

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Senior engineering students modify capstones into virtual experience

After months of hard work and preparation, nearly a dozen Penn State Hazleton seniors are now one step closer to graduating after presenting their Capstone Research and Design Thesis projects.


Graduating food-science student parlays undergrad research experience into job

Gabriella Pinto provides a great example of what undergraduate research can do for a student. The Penn State food science major, who graduates this month, is headed for a good job armed with a wealth of experience and knowledge from her research, which gives her a leg up on her career.


Mont Alto student research is front and center during 2020 Academic Festival

Penn State Mont Alto recognizes and honors winners during awards ceremony


Penn State’s nominees for Truman Scholarship exemplify service

Penn State’s nominees for Truman Scholarship exemplify service

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Undergraduate Exhibition 2020 award winners announced

Thirty-eight students were recognized for their outstanding research and performances during this year’s Undergraduate Exhibition. Nearly 200 students competed in the all-virtual exhibition, representing 11 Penn State campuses.


Abington students pivot to present undergraduate research fair online

Penn State Abington students involved in undergraduate research quickly designed ways to present their findings online. It mirrors a global effort as many academic conferences transitioned to online due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Virtual Undergraduate Exhibition brings together nearly 200 students

Virtual Undergraduate Exhibition brings together nearly 200 students

During the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent cancellation of public events, organizers in the Office of Undergraduate Education still wanted to provide some avenue for undergraduates to gain the experience of communicating their research and be able to compete for prizes. Nearly 200 participants shared their research and creative work during the 2020 virtual Undergraduate Exhibition at Penn State.


Penn State community invited to virtual Undergraduate Exhibition April 15-17

Penn State community invited to virtual Undergraduate Exhibition April 15-17

This year’s virtual Undergraduate Exhibition will be accessible to the members of Penn State community interested in learning about the undergraduate research being conducted on all academic fronts at the University.