Residence hall and student union opening August 2017
Working on a robot

Robo-Inspector Fends Off Flooding

Purchasing a $60,000 mobile video robot to inspect stormwater pipes didn’t fit into Horsham Township’s budget. So officials turned to Brandywine engineering majors, who delivered Stormbot on time and way, way under budget.
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Undergraduate research team

Perfect pitch

Discovering the relationship between language learning and music is what inspires Assistant Professor of Psychology Evan Bradley and his team of undergraduate student researchers.
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Studying molecular structures of conducting polymers

Engineers receive $1.2M to examine conjugated polymers for flexible electronics

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $1.2M in funding to three Penn State chemical engineering researchers for a proposal which aims to identify the key polymeric properties of conjugated polymers used to develop flexible electronics.
Penn State Brandywine alumna Megan Draper

Penn State Brandywine sparks alumna’s passion for primates

While earning her bachelor's degree in psychology from the Brandywine campus, Penn State graduate Megan Draper completed a unique research project that allowed her to explore her passion for primates and pursue a career in her dream field.
podcasts

Students share science knowledge with K–12 teachers through podcasts

Students in one of Laura Guertin's earth sciences courses learned to create podcasts to help share scientific knowledge with K–12 teachers.

Commonwealth Campuses offered development opportunities via Adobe Connect

New professional development opportunities for Penn State faculty and staff at Commonwealth Campuses are available through Adobe Connect.
Penn State Student Health Center

New students, those in University housing must submit immunization records

Students who are new to Penn State and all students living in University housing are reminded that they must submit their immunization records using myUHS through a new three-step process. As part of this process, students who do not submit their immunization records prior to Sept. 15 will be unable to register for spring 2017 classes.