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Lynn Hartle, professor of education at Penn State Brandywine.

Brandywine professor takes advocacy efforts to nation’s capital

Lynn Hartle, professor of education at Penn State Brandywine, is well acquainted with the struggles faced by early childhood educators. Before beginning her career in higher education, she founded and directed a preschool program in Cookeville, Tennessee, and experienced some difficult years.
Nittany Christian Fellowship at Penn State Brandywine

Brandywine’s Nittany Christian Fellowship combats rural poverty in Virginia

Members of Penn State Brandywine’s Nittany Christian Fellowship spent their spring break positively impacting low-income families by volunteering in an impoverished region of southwest Virginia.
Katy Steffen

Brandywine athletics week in review: March 12-18

The spring season continued for Penn State Brandywine’s baseball and softball teams last week as the Lions played through cold, rainy weather, while that same weather forced cancellations to tennis, which saw its spring debuts pushed back one week
Penn State Brandywine held an Oxfam Hunger Banquet

Campus event gives Brandywine students new perspective on global hunger

Penn State Brandywine students gained a fresh perspective on the reach and impacts of global hunger by participating in an Oxfam Hunger Banquet on campus.
Nathaniel C. Nichols

Delaware County jurist to address Brandywine's spring commencement

Delaware County Court of Common Pleas Judge Nathaniel C. Nichols will speak at Brandywine’s spring commencement on May 5. Nichols was elected to a 10-year judicial term in 2011 after practicing and teaching law for nearly 40 years.