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Christine McKinley

Christine McKinley 2018

Christine McKinley, mechanical engineer, musician, television celebrity, and author, will share her story, which includes a love of physics, with seventh grade girls taking part in the Pathways to Your Future:  Exploring STEAM Careers program at Penn State York.

Pathways Squid Workshop

Pathways Squid Workshop

This workshop really stinks! "Marine Science Explorations: How is a Squid Able to Survive in the Ocean" is one of the most popular, and smelliest, workshops offered at "Pathways to Your Future: Exploring STEAM Careers" at Penn State York. The seventh-grade girls involved in this career-awareness program can attend three workshops and learn more about opportunities in science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. Penn State York has been offering this program for 22 years. This year's program is set for May 11.

Karl (Kip) P. Trout

York faculty member's first book is science fiction

“When I Opened My Eyes – The Dwovian Encounter” is a new science fiction book by Karl "Kip" P. Trout, a faculty member at Penn State York. Trout’s book, released in late 2017, is a story about scientists on Earth struggling to save life on two planets from extinction.
When I Opened My Eyes Book Cover

When I Opened My Eyes Book Cover

This new work of science fiction was written by a Penn State York faculty member.

Karl (Kip) P. Trout

Karl (Kip) P. Trout

Karl (Kip) P. Trout, lecturer in mathematics and physics at Penn State York, has written a new science fiction book, "When I Opened My Eyes - The Dwovian Encounter."

Pi Day at Penn state York

Pi Day celebration March 14 includes food and fun at Penn State York

Celebrate all things Pi, and pie, on March 14 when Penn State York hosts its second annual campus-wide Pi Day from noon to 1:15 p.m. in the conference center of the Main Classroom Building.
Pi Day at Penn state York

Pi Day at Penn State York

Bruno Bombarda-Mantovani, right, a Penn State York student, takes a shot at reciting the most digits of Pi to Abul Hasan, a recently retired physicist at Penn State York. Bombarda-Mantovani was the contest winner. This year's Pi Day celebration on March 14 includes plenty of food, fun and contests.

Robotics Competition 2017

Robots set for action Jan. 27 at Penn State York

First Relic Recovery is the name of the game when 36 teams of middle and high school students from across Pennsylvania participate in the FTC (FIRST Tech Challenge) South Central PA Regional Qualifier, robotics competition, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27, at Penn State York.
Teresa Cohen Award 2017

York faculty member honored with Teresa Cohen Mathematics Service Award

Joan Smeltzer, instructor in mathematics at Penn State York, has been named the recipient of the Teresa Cohen Mathematics Service Award for 2017. This is a University-wide award with two recipients, one at University Park and one at a Commonwealth Campus.
Teresa Cohen Award1 2017

Teresa Cohen Award1 2017

Joan Smeltzer, right, shows off the Teresa Cohen Mathematics Service Award for 2017, presented to her by Dr. Yuxi Zheng,

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