Information Technology instructor, Guido Santella, took 6 students and 1 alumnus from South Hills School of Business & Technology's Altoona campus to participate in a creative 24-hour learning experience at HackPSU, a “hackathon” event hosted by Penn State University where students can learn to code or experienced programmers can compete to build something from scratch.
Words like “bubbly,” positive,” “outgoing,” and “kind-hearted,” were just some of what Kari Schlegel’s friends had to say about her. They also said it’s fitting that an online art exhibit created by people affiliated with South Hills School of Business & Technology was recently named in her memory.
South Hills School of Business & Technology is launching the Kari L. Schlegel Memorial Gallery as part of the school’s website to showcase visual artwork, photography, illustration, and design created by current students, alumni, and lifelong learning participants. The gallery is named in honor of Schlegel, a 2012 graduate of the Graphic Arts program who passed away in December 2016.