Paul Sullivan, center, director of ARL at Penn State, talks with Allen Sonsteby, left, deputy director, and Rick Marboe, acting CIO and director of engineering services, in the ARL lobby on Friday.
Paul Sullivan, center, director of ARL at Penn State, talks with Allen Sonsteby, left, deputy director, and Rick Marboe, acting CIO and director of engineering services, in the ARL lobby on Friday. CDT photo
Paul Sullivan, center, director of ARL at Penn State, talks with Allen Sonsteby, left, deputy director, and Rick Marboe, acting CIO and director of engineering services, in the ARL lobby on Friday. CDT photo

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