Penn State World Campus student Evonne Rivera talks with faculty advisers Cathy Hunt, left, and Brian Redmond in Rackley Building on Tuesday at Penn State via an iPad connected to “Sheldon,” a robot created by Double Robotics. Rivera remotely joined the Psi Chi chapter meeting from Pasadena, Calif. Rivera is the chapter president of the World Campus Psi Chi Honor Society.
Penn State World Campus student Evonne Rivera talks with faculty advisers Cathy Hunt, left, and Brian Redmond in Rackley Building on Tuesday at Penn State via an iPad connected to “Sheldon,” a robot created by Double Robotics. Rivera remotely joined the Psi Chi chapter meeting from Pasadena, Calif. Rivera is the chapter president of the World Campus Psi Chi Honor Society. Kelsie Netzer knetzer@centredaily.com
Penn State World Campus student Evonne Rivera talks with faculty advisers Cathy Hunt, left, and Brian Redmond in Rackley Building on Tuesday at Penn State via an iPad connected to “Sheldon,” a robot created by Double Robotics. Rivera remotely joined the Psi Chi chapter meeting from Pasadena, Calif. Rivera is the chapter president of the World Campus Psi Chi Honor Society. Kelsie Netzer knetzer@centredaily.com

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March 01, 2016 10:13 PM

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