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.
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.
Students who are new to Penn State and all students living in University housing are reminded that they must submit their immunization records using myUHS through a new three-step process. As part of this process, students who do not submit their immunization records prior to Sept. 15 will be unable to register for spring 2017 classes.
Penn State Brandywine kicked off the 2016-17 athletic year on Monday night with its annual Brandywine Games. In addition to a night of fun, food and games, those attending were asked to donate school supplies. Over 500 items were collected by the 150 student-athletes, coaches and Brandywine staff and faculty in attendance.
The Penn State Brandywine chapter of Phi Beta Lambda recently sent five students to PBL’s 2016 National Leadership Conference in Atlanta, and Brandywine computer science major Sushrut Shringarputale took home first place in the programming concepts category.
This summer, selected students at Penn State’s Altoona and York campuses will have the opportunity to get a head start on their first or second years of college by taking summer classes through the Pathway to Success: Summer Start (PaSSS) pilot program. Now in its second year, the program supports students with unmet financial need by providing a scholarship, $400 book stipend, mentoring, social activities and on-campus employment.