School of Engineering

Jefferson Lecture Series Features Chancellor Ralph Ford

If you own a smartphone, you’ve likely contributed to what business experts call an “innovation ecosystem,” a network of companies that work together – and, at times, with competitors – to develop new products, markets and technologies.

It’s called the app store.

Student Work Shaped AMIC Art Installation

Penn State Behrend’s new Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation Center features custom artwork that reflects the collaborative intent of the building. The process that put that art in place was likewise an intentional collaboration.

September 23: Advanced Manufacturing Forum

Behrend Section: 
School of Engineering
School of Business

The Advanced Manufacturing Forum will be held Friday, Sept. 23.

In 2014, after more than a decade of overseas production, Kent International Chairman and CEO Arnold Kamler brought his bicycle business back to the United States, opening a plant in South Carolina.

Several strategic moves and advanced manufacturing processes made the return home possible. In fact, re-shoring became the best way to grow Kent’s business.

Guidelines for Faculty Using Electrical Storeroom and Labs

  1. The School’s philosophy is that all of our equipment is shared among programs and faculty. This means that common equipment kept in the storeroom needs to be signed out of the storeroom (Burke 141) and accounted for. Ideally, equipment and will be signed out and returned through our electrical technician, John McCutcheon, or one of his work study students.
  2. The hours that the storeroom service window will be open are posted at the start of each semester. Service will be available between two and four hours each business day.

MMM Student Handbook

Graduate School Policies

All Penn State University policies regarding graduate students are explained at the Penn State Graduate School. 

Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation Center Now Open

The open stairway in the atrium of Penn State Behrend’s new Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation Center could have been designed to offer a sweeping view of Lake Erie. Instead, the stairs echo the intent of the $16.5 million, 60,000-square-foot building, which advances the college’s “open lab” model of learning: They are positioned to encourage daily interactions between students and faculty experts in the School of Engineering and business and industry partners who want to collaborate on research and manufacturing projects.

Students Explore Academic Majors at High School Academy

High School Academy was held Wednesday, June 29, at Penn State Behrend.“OK, here’s a question for everyone: What was not in some way built by engineers?”