Design for the Big Picture:
Enroll in Our New Master’s Program
Engineering graduates with a passion for complex, system-level challenges can now plunge deeper into the intricacies of design, with two new Master’s degrees:
- Master of Science in Engineering Design (M.S.) is a comprehensive two-year, 32-credit program requiring completion of a thesis.
- Master of Engineering in Engineering Design (M.Eng.) is an intensive one-year, 32-credit program requiring completion of an engineering international internship or scholarly paper.
Both degrees provide ample opportunity for students to sharpen their holistic design skills, while gaining substantial practical experience in the studio. Both offer a chance to “go big” and explore engineering challenges through multidimensional context-specific lenses, from beginning to end.
To learn more, check out our Graduate Program website.
Nembhard Receives Funding to Lead Parkinson’s Disease Research
February 24, 2016
Harriet Nembhard, professor of industrial engineering and director of the Penn State Center for Integrated Healthcare Delivery Systems, received funding for research relating to remotely treating and monitoring patients with Parkinson’s disease. Conrad Tucker, assistant professor of engineering design and industrial engineering, is a co-investigator.
Graduate Student Works to Make Prosthetic Accessible in Developing Countries
February 2, 2016
An engineering design global engineering team is working to make prosthetics more accessible in developing countries.
Jablokow Recognized as One of the “20 Engineering Management Professors You Should Know”
January 19, 2016
Honored for helping to bridge the gap between the business and engineering worlds, Kathryn Jablokow, associate professor of mechanical engineering and engineering design, was recently named one of the “20 Engineering Management Professors You Should Know” by OnlineEngineeringPrograms.com.
In Touch With: Khanjan Mehta
January 4, 2016
Khanjan Mehta, assistant professor of engineering design and director of the Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship (HESE) Program at Penn State, helps students solve problems in developing nations in ways that benefit local economies and are self-sustaining. Via Skype from Zambia this past June, Mehta spoke with Research | Penn State editor Cherie Winner about the program’s aims and approaches.
Tucker Selected for COIL Research Initiation Grant Program
December 12, 2015
Conrad Tucker, assistant professor of industrial engineering and engineering design, was awarded grant funding from Penn State’s Center for Online Innovation in Learning (COIL) for the “VR Penn State: Teaching Engineering Concepts in an Immersive Virtual Reality Environment” project.
State College Entrepreneur Greg Woodman Shares his Expertise with Students as the Fall 2015 Bishoff Entrepreneur-in-Residence
November 6, 2015
Greg Woodman jokes that he was an entrepreneur before it was cool. “When I was selling Nittany Lions T-shirts in the HUB back in 1978, there were no ‘Shark Tank’ TV shows.”
Meisel and Obonyo join SEDTAPP
August 25, 2015
The School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs is proud to welcome two faculty members–Nicholas Meisel and Esther Obonyo–this fall.
ELDM Announces 20th Anniversary Celebration Events
August 12, 2015
The Engineering Leadership Development Minor program will hold several leadership events for students this fall as part of the program's 20th anniversary celebration.
Middlesex University Students Join Engineering Leadership Initiative
May 1, 2015
An engineering course that gives Penn State students an opportunity to collaborate in international virtual teams has expanded to include graduate students from Middlesex University’s Business School in London.
ArcelorMittal Steelton Challenges Students to Help Reduce Waste Footprint
When thinking of a word to describe the steel industry, ‘sustainable’ doesn’t often come to mind.
Students Print 3-D Components to Record Rocket’s Eye View
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to understand how much fun it is to attach a camera to something and launch it into the sky. But it helps.
E-SHIP Alum Shares Entrepreneurial Experiences with Current Students
Brad Bogolea (’06 CMPSC) has entrepreneurship in his blood. The Penn State alum launched his first serious startup venture while still enrolled as an undergrad in SEDTAPP’s Engineering Entrepreneurship minor.
ClariPhy Cofound Named Bishoff Resident Entrepreneur
Paul Voois, cofounder and chief strategy officer of ClariPhy, will serve as the fall 2014 Bishoff Entrepreneur-in-Residence Oct. 21-24.