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Leading The Next Generation of Engineers: Tonya Peeples ’94

Meet the new interim dean of the Penn State School of Engineering.

The Heart of Innovation: Misti Ushio ’94

Meet the founder of TARA Biosystem, a biotech company focused on testing new medicines in an engineered cardiac system before investing the time and money in a full-scale clinical trial.

The Future of Meatless Meat: Liz Specht ’09

Meet the vice president of science and technology at the Good Food Institute, a nonprofit that promotes plant- and cell-based alternatives to animal products.