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World Campus pre-law honor society earns international recognition | Penn State University

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Penn State World Campus chapter of the student organization Phi Delta Phi has been ranked No. 1 in the world for the fourth year in a row. The legal honor society received the Phi Delta Phi International Hall of the Year award, a recognition judged by the group’s dedication to promoting ethics and professionalism, as well as hosting events and personal student development.

World Campus MBA graduate helps move 22,000 Ukrainians across U.S.-Mexico border | Penn State University

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — After a hurricane devastated the island of St. Maarten while Jeffrey Hanley was on tour with the U.S. State Department, he knew he wanted additional skills and knowledge to better serve those around him. Now a master of business administration graduate, Hanley has applied the skills he learned in the Penn State online MBA to aid Ukrainian refugees at the U.S.-Mexico border.

World Campus adds two graduate business certificates | Penn State University

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State World Campus is offering two new graduate certificates in its business portfolio of online programs. The new certificates are in supply chain risk management and real estate law and valuation. The certificates are being offered online in partnership with the internationally ranked and AACSB-accredited Penn State Smeal College of Business through Penn State World Campus. Applications are now being accepted.

World Campus adds two graduate certificates in business

Penn State World Campus is offering two new graduate certificates in its business portfolio of online programs. The new certificates are in supply chain risk management and real estate law and valuation. The certificates are being offered online in partnership with the internationally ranked and AACSB–accredited Penn State Smeal College of Business through Penn State World Campus. Applications are now being accepted.

Journalist furthers career through World Campus weather program | Penn State University

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Raegan Medgie wanted to expand her knowledge of weather forecasting but needed a program that fit her life and career as a TV broadcaster in New York. She found the knowledge and flexibility in the online Weather Forecasting certificate program from Penn State World Campus. Medgie is a reporter, meteorologist and anchor at Fox 5 News in New York and received a weather forecasting certificate offered online from Penn State World Campus.

TV broadcaster furthers career with weather forecasting certificate

Raegan Medgie wanted to expand her knowledge of weather forecasting but needed a program that fit her life and career as a TV broadcaster in New York. She found the knowledge and flexibility in the online weather forecasting certificate program through Penn State World Campus. Medgie is a reporter, meteorologist, and anchor at FOX5 News in New York and earned a weather forecasting certificate online through Penn State World Campus in 2021.

World Campus student balances academics and being agriculture royalty | Penn State University

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Being a dairy princess while balancing school, work and other community activities can be a challenge, but Mikayla Davis makes it happen. The 21-year-old junior is finding academic success in the agribusiness management courses she’s taking through Penn State World Campus. Davis is the 2021-22 Pennsylvania State Dairy Princess, a position in which she advocates for farmers and the dairy industry through educational appearances and promotions. A day in the life of a dairy princess includes traveling to schools, businesses, fairs and farm shows to discuss the importance of dairy in one’s diet and the work of dairy farmers. Davis also meets with elected and agricultural industry officials.

Dairy Princess balances academics and agriculture promotion

Being a dairy princess while balancing school, work, and other community activities can be a challenge, but Mikayla Davis makes it happen. The 21-year-old junior is finding academic success in the agribusiness management courses she’s taking through Penn State World Campus. Davis is the 2021–22 Pennsylvania State Dairy Princess, a position in which she advocates for farmers and the dairy industry through educational appearances and promotions.

Five finance students awarded scholarships to help offset exam costs | Penn State University

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Four Penn State World Campus students majoring in finance received scholarships that will aid in their access to and completion of industry exams. The Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) Association awarded the scholarships as part of its ongoing commitment to the education of investment professionals in alternative investments through its Academic Partnership program.

World Campus student leaders reflect on achievements, bonds forged | Penn State University

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Among the Class of 2022 graduates are World Campus Student Government Association (SGA) leaders Mona Hill and Ariel Hinojos. Hill spent her year as the president of the Penn State World Campus student body while stationed in Germany with the U.S. Air Force. Hinojos was the vice president and lived in Wyoming before moving to Texas with her family.

Penn State World Campus celebrates its Class of 2020 graduates

When Joshua Celis finished his MBA online through Penn State in 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic had forced the University to hold virtual ceremonies for graduates. In the past two years since his graduation, Celis has been promoted to a sergeant major in the Marine Corps, where he has been serving for the past 22 years, and he is working to develop new Marines. Someday, he would like to be a CEO.

World Campus student to compete at Summer World University Games | Penn State University

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A Penn State World Campus student is set to compete on the world’s stage this summer when he represents Team USA in China. Joshua Liu is a business student, active U.S. Army soldier and taekwondo champion who will participate in the Summer World University Games, which run June 27 to July 3. Liu started competing in taekwondo at age 10 before winning his first national title and joining Team USA at 13 years old.

Student set to represent country at Summer World University Games

A Penn State World Campus student is set to compete on the world’s stage this summer when he represents Team USA in China. Joshua Liu is a business student, active U.S. Army soldier, and Taekwondo champion who will participate in the Summer World University Games. Liu started competing in Taekwondo at age 10 before winning his first national title and joining Team USA at 13 years old. The sport has taken him all over the world, including to Belgium, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic.

World Campus student works toward Olympic dreams while finishing MBA | Penn State University

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Professional cyclist Mandy Marquardt is pursuing her passion of qualifying for the Olympics while getting her MBA through Penn State World Campus, thanks to the flexibility of getting her graduate degree online. Marquardt is a professional track sprint cyclist and a 22-time U.S. National Champion, racing for Team Novo Nordisk and the USA Cycling National Team.
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