This summer, Jennifer Zosh, associate professor of human development and family studies at Penn State Brandywine, will lead a child development research project in Germany through the Jacobs Foundation Marbach Castle Residence Program.
Breath Hand, a senior at Penn State’s Brandywine campus, plans to graduate next fall not only with a bachelor of science in psychology, but also with a double minor in environmental inquiry and civic and community engagement.
When Brian Fairfield and Max Schmid couldn’t find Penn State degrees that matched their hopes, they created their own through a little-known University program: the bachelor of philosophy degree (BPHIL).
Students enrolled in the Philadelphia regional general engineering degree program presented senior capstone projects at the annual Design Expo.
Penn State is moving toward a University-wide health insurance requirement for the 2018-19 academic school year. In preparation for the new requirement, University Health Services (UHS) will begin collecting student health insurance information in May 2017.
Senior Julia Allman delivered a two-out, two-run single during the bottom of the sixth inning to lift Penn State Brandywine to its third consecutive Penn State University Athletic Conference softball championship, as the top-seeded Lions bested No. 2 Penn State Hazleton 3-1 on May 8.
This spring Penn State awarded almost 14,000 diplomas to students University-wide who are completing associate, baccalaureate, master’s, law, doctoral and medical degrees, bringing the University’s number of graduates to an estimated total of more than 800,000.
Joseph Longobardi and Tisa Huynh, Penn State Brandywine seniors studying information sciences and technology, got a head start on their internship requirements. Today, they’re reaping the benefits of their foresight and face promising careers after graduation.
Penn State Brandywine awarded 107 diplomas at its spring commencement ceremony on May 6. Chancellor Kristin Woolever welcomed the graduates, families and friends who gathered in the Commons/Athletic Center on campus.
The Penn State Brandywine baseball and softball teams will both be top seeds when the PSUAC Tournament begins this week in Scranton, while the Lions’ track and field team closed out its inaugural season by finishing fifth at the USCAA Invitational on Saturday.
Penn State students from seven Commonwealth Campuses presented their research to a panel of faculty-judges during the seventh annual Penn State Eastern Regional Undergraduate Research Symposium. Held on April 20 at Penn State Brandywine, the event featured undergraduate student-faculty research projects spanning numerous academic disciplines.
On April 11, the Penn State Brandywine Office of Student Affairs hosted its annual Leadership Recognition Dinner, a celebration held every spring to recognize the efforts of dynamic student-leaders on campus.
Penn State Brandywine continued its series of 50th anniversary events with a panel discussion featuring six Penn State alumnae who attended the Brandywine campus between 2006 and 2017.
In keeping with its mission to integrate civic engagement into campus life, Penn State Brandywine’s Civic and Community Engagement Office sponsored its second annual Social Justice Fair this April.