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Company Overview of Pennsylvania State University
Pennsylvania State University is an educational and research institution that offers certificate, associate, bachelors, masters, doctoral, and post bachelor’s degrees. It offers courses in agricultural sciences; arts and architecture; business; communications; earth and mineral sciences; health and human development; information sciences and technology; liberal arts; and nursing. The university was founded in 1855 and is based in University Park, Pennsylvania.
201 Old Main
University Park, PA 16802-1505
Founded in 1855
Key Executives for Pennsylvania State University
Senior Vice President of Research and Dean of the Graduate School
General Counsel, Vice President and Director
Associate Vice President of Auxiliary and Business services
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Pennsylvania State University Key Developments
3D Systems Announces Partnership with Pennsylvania State University
Oct 13 15
3D Systems, Inc. has announced a partnership with Pennsylvania State University to support operations in the Center for Innovative Materials Processing through Direct Digital Deposition, or CIMP-3D. This center serves as the official Additive Manufacturing Demonstration Facility for the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and is a major component of a Department of Defense University Affiliated Research Center and strategic facility for the aerospace and defense sector. This lab includes direct metal printing experts from Penn State and 3DS conducting research together on 3DS' ProXTM Direct Metal Printing (DMP) technology. The collaboration has three basic goals: to develop cutting-edge, high-resolution DMP technology; to enable government agencies (including DARPA and the Navy) to sponsor projects that qualify DMP for defense companies' adoption; and to provide training in 3DS' DMP technology within the US defense/aerospace workforce. 3DS and Penn State researchers are working on-site on several Government-funded projects, including: Air Force research to accelerate wider adoption of DMP, beginning with Honeywell Aerospace's supply chain, focused on producing and rapidly qualifying 3D printed metal aerospace parts; An Air Force effort to establish an architecture for manufacturers such as Northrop Grumman and Honeywell to integrate DMP into manufacturing networks on their 21st century factory floors and embed quality control monitoring equipment; and Navy projects to develop performance and safety processes for qualifying DMP in key production processes. Additionally, CIMP-3D regularly hosts industry practicums and technology exchanges, working in close collaboration with numerous government organizations and standards bodies including the ASTM F42 Subcommittee, American Welding Society C7 and D20 Committees, Metallic Materials Properties Development and Standardization, Department of Defense JDMTP, and ASME Design, Materials, and Manufacturing Segment.
Pennsylvania State University - University Park Names Walter Fullam as Senior Director of Statewide Continuing Education
Aug 20 15
Pennsylvania State University - University Park announced that Walter Fullam was recently named senior director of statewide continuing education for Penn State. He will continue to lead the Office of Continuing Education at Penn State Berks on a half-time basis. As senior director of statewide continuing education, Fullam will support Penn State outreach professionals' work on the campuses and across the state to advance their continuing education mission; identify opportunities for the University to address statewide workforce development needs; promote blended, accelerated, and other technology-enhanced programs that will attract and retain adult students; and identify community and economic development opportunities and support regional initiatives to address them. In addition to these duties, Fullam will continue to serve as director of continuing education at Penn State Berks, and he will be headquartered at the Berks campus.
Pennsylvania State University - University Park Announces Executive Changes
Aug 10 15
Marcus A. Whitehurst, who has nearly 20 years of experience in educational leadership, has been named Penn State's vice provost for Educational Equity after holding the position in an interim capacity for more than a year. His appointment, effective September 1, 2015, follows a national search to fill the position. Before becoming interim vice provost, Whitehurst had served as assistant vice provost for Educational Equity since July 2007. He is succeeding W. Terrell Jones, who died August 19, 2014, after an extended illness.
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