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Penn State president Eric J. Barron cuts the ribbon at Penn State Schuylkill's LionLaunch Innovation Hub opening.

Penn State Schuylkill’s LionLaunch Innovation Hub celebrates opening

Penn State Schuylkill has opened its LionLaunch Innovation Hub, a space for entrepreneurs to start or grow their small business. This space is funded by Invent Penn State, a Commonwealth-wide initiative to spur economic development, job creation and student career success.
Darcy Medica

Darcy Medica named interim chancellor at Penn State Schuylkill

Darcy L. Medica has been named interim chancellor of Penn State Schuylkill. Medica, currently director of academic affairs and associate professor of biology, will begin her appointment on Aug. 1.
Kelly M. Austin

Schuylkill chancellor Austin named associate VP for Commonwealth Campuses

Kelly M. Austin, chancellor at Penn State Schuylkill, has been named associate vice president for administration in the Office of the Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses, the University announced today (June 21). Austin will begin serving as associate vice president effective Aug. 1.
Schuylkill campus student Alyssa marks a square meter of their research transect using a meter long stick as she prepares to count saplings and seedlings.

Schuylkill campus trio conduct environmental research in Costa Rica

A trio of Schuylkill campus students ventured to Costa Rica with the CHANCE program -- Connecting Humans and Nature through Conservation Experiences -- conducting research on hummingbirds' songs and riparian forests.
Carrel Reid

IST alumnus ‘connects the dots’ at Google

Carrel Reid credits his success at Google to the large scope of the IST curriculum.
Stan Aungst with Travis Richner (left) and Dan Supko (right.)

IST professor, veteran planning to retire, but not slow down

From serving in Vietnam at age 19 to earning his doctorate at 52, Stan Aungst's life has played out differently than he initially planned.