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.
Penn State Brandywine fall teams continued to motor through Penn State University Athletic Conference competition last week as men’ soccer, women’s soccer and volleyball all posted league wins, while the cross country teams faced conference opponents for the first time
The University is hosting a Town Hall from 3-5 p.m. Sept. 28 in the Pavilion Theatre at University Park. The meeting will be livestreamed for faculty and staff members at all Penn State campuses to view.
Stand for State, a University-wide initiative that launched in January 2016, uses multimedia presentations, workshops and discussion panels to teach students how to combat violent acts such as sexual assault, dating violence and stalking.
Penn State Brandywine’s week in athletics was highlighted by the Lions’ volleyball quad matches on Saturday and Sunday, where the team partnered with the Side-Out Foundation to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research.