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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Neeka Pharaud and Samantha Sylvain

Atlanta conference gives Brandywine students a new take on leadership

Neeka Pharaud, a junior business major and president of Brandywine’s Student Government Association, thought she knew what to expect when she left for a student conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
Peris Wambui Wamoni of Penn State Brandywine

Former Brandywine international student wins University-wide award

Peris Wambui Wamoni, a double major in biology and international studies, recently won Penn State’s Ardeth and Norman Frisbey International Student Award. The award honors a full-time, international student who has made outstanding contributions to international understanding on campus through academic, athletic, campus life or community service initiatives. This past semester, she transitioned from Penn State Brandywine to the University Park campus.

Brandywine professor takes ethics study to international conference in Hawaii

In December, Susan Fredricks, associate professor of communication arts and sciences at Penn State Brandywine, presented at the 2017 Cross Cultural Research Conference in Maui, Hawaii.
Teresa Slobuski of Penn State Brandywine

New Brandywine head librarian brings big ideas from California to Philly region

The Penn State Brandywine community welcomed a new head librarian, Teresa Slobuski, at the beginning of the spring semester. Slobuski joins the Brandywine faculty after six years at San Jose State University in California, where she oversaw the reference and research services.
Penn State Brandywine THON dancers

Meet the THON dancers representing Penn State Brandywine in February

Most Penn Staters are familiar with THON, a student-run philanthropy committed to enhancing the lives of children and families impacted by childhood cancer. According to its website, THON has raised more than $147 million to combat childhood cancer since its inception.