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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THON 2016

Believe Beyond Boundaries

VIDEO: Penn State Brandywine THON ranked in the top 10 among Penn State Commonwealth campuses by raising nearly $20,000 in the fight against pediatric cancer.
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Meaghan Daly

New York state of mind

Full-time college student and full-time entrepreneur – Brandywine senior Meaghan Daly is building her fashion design business from the ground up and recently showcased her clothing designs at New York Fashion Week.
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Cochlear Implant Research, Daniela Martin, Penn State Brandywine

Research finds positive long-term outcomes of cochlear implantation

Penn State Brandywine assistant professor of psychology Daniela Martin is on the frontline of significant research. With the first generation of cochlear implant recipients reaching adulthood, Martin and her colleagues are out to discover the long-term psychological outcomes of this relatively new medical procedure.
Julie Stanton and Lauren Cooke

Marketing professor aims to shape consumer attitudes toward food

For Penn State Brandywine associate professor of business Julie Stanton, marketing and business isn’t just about the bottom line. The self-described “macro marketer” is digging deeper and hopes that her research could be used to educate consumers and bring change to government policy.

Brandywine freshman wins University-wide research award

It may only be Haleigh Swansen’s second semester on campus, but the first-year Schreyer Honors Scholar isn’t wasting any time making a positive impact at Penn State Brandywine. The communications major was recently honored by Penn State with the Recording of Academic Research (ROAR) Award for her research video submission.
Student showing a child keys

Student, faculty research explores infant memory

For undergraduate students passionate about learning, working side-by-side with a faculty mentor can be an invaluable experience. Just ask Penn State Brandywine psychology major Rebecca Slomowitz, a senior currently conducting research about the intricacies of infant memory in the Brandywine Child Development Lab alongside Jennifer Zosh, assistant professor of human development and family studies.
Ebony Ford

Life experience sparks Penn State Brandywine senior’s research focus

Senior psychology major and Schreyer Honors Scholar Ebony Ford is taking her college learning experience to a whole new level, implementing a research study alongside Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies Marinda Kathryn Harrell-Levy that investigates transformative relationships.