Penn State Brandywine's Mick Yoder

Examining cell behavior

Discovering the relationship between cell behavior and embryonic development is what inspires Assistant Professor of Biology Mick Yoder.
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Sushrut Shringarputale

Becoming an IT pro

Computer science major Sushrut Shringarputale recently traveled to California and Arizona for a unique information technology internship opportunity.
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Laura Hansplant

Growing Brandywine: A peek into the landscaping process

Opening a new building takes years of planning, research and attention to detail. At Penn State Brandywine, hundreds of contractors have worked together to make the campus’ two newest buildings — Orchard Hall and the Student Union — just right for incoming students.
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Penn State purchases Council on Undergraduate Research membership

The Office of Undergraduate Education and the Office of the Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses have collaborated to purchase an Enhanced Institutional Membership for Penn State in the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR).
David Ward

Alumni Spotlight: David Ward, class of 1975

When David Ward retraces his path as a successful municipal planner for Chester County, he always returns to his beginnings at Penn State’s Brandywine campus.
Penn State Brandywine PaSSS

Brandywine students confidently ‘PaSSS’ their first summer at Penn State

For many newly minted college students, the first few weeks on campus can be daunting. That’s why several Penn State campuses, including Brandywine, launched the Pathway to Success: Summer Start (PaSSS) program in 2015.
K. David Boyer of Penn State Brandywine

Alumni spotlight: K. David Boyer, Jr., class of 1973

K. David Boyer, a 1973 graduate, began his Penn State career at the Delaware County campus, which was renamed Brandywine in 2007. He arrived on campus during one of Brandywine’s most formative seasons—when it moved from the original Chester location to its current home in Media.
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Brandywine receives Pepsi Challenge Grant for sustainability work

Penn State Brandywine has been selected as one of five Commonwealth campuses to receive a $5,000 grant through Pepsico. As grant recipients, the Brandywine campus will partner with the University’s Sustainable Communities Collaborative (SCC) to address sustainability issues throughout the state.
Sanjay Bridges of Penn State Brandywine

Penn State Brandywine welcomes new campus police officer Sanjay Bridges

Sanjay Bridges recently joined Penn State Brandywine’s Office of Police and Public Safety as a campus police officer. Bridges first became interested in law enforcement during elementary school.