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

LionLaunch ribbon-cutting ceremony

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

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.
LionLaunch Ribbon Cutting

LionLaunch Ribbon Cutting with President Eric J. Barron

LionLaunch Ribbon Cutting with President Eric J. Barron

Students from 15 area schools listen to students speak at the podium.

Youth Summit photo

Students from 15 area schools listen to students speak at the podium.

Students from 15 area schools listen to students speak at the podium.

Area high school students brainstorm to create an even greater Schuylkill County

Students learn the importance of networking and working within their community.
IST students view their mobile game prototype on a computer

IST Elder Abuse Students

IST students Ron Piaskowski (left), Brady Seigfried (sitting) and Jared Kemmerling (right) discuss their mobile game prototype to increase awareness of elder abuse.

IST students view mobile game on computer screen

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IST students Ron Piaskowski (left), Brady Seigfried (sitting) and Jared Kemmerling (right) discuss their mobile game prototype to increase awareness of elder abuse.

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