Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

There is always something going on at Penn State Brandywine! Check out some of the upcoming events.

Upcoming Events

March

March 1
Spring Career Fair

Employer presentations and employer/student networking for all majors.
Students should dress business professional, bring updated resumes, and prepare to connect with potential employers regarding internships and job opportunities. Register NOW at: http://www.bit.ly/psubw-fair-reg  
11:15 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Gym

March 2
Should Safe Sex be a Negotiation?

Get the most up-to-date information on sexual health, ways to prevent HIV/STDs, and how to have the (sometimes uncomfortable) condom conversation.
Noon, Lion's Den

Diversity in Higher Education
Professor of Sociology Sarah Willie-LeBreton from Swarthmore College will discuss her book on diversity in higher education titled Transforming the Academy: Faculty Perspectives on Diversity and Pedagogy.
Noon - 1:25 p.m., 103 Tomezsko

Condom Casino Night
6-9 p.m., Lion's Den

March 3
Create a Custom Street Sign

Create a personalized street sign in Penn State blue and white! One free sign with student ID.
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Lion's Den

March 15
Everything you need to know about living on campus

Iris Richardson and Elizabeth Kearns will discuss the residential experience in Orchard Hall and the new Student Union Building.
12:15 p.m., Lion's Den

March 20
Day of Happiness

Celebrate "International Day of Happiness" with fun activities, painting, cartoons, giveaways, snacks, and more.
12:15 p.m., Lion's Den

March 21
Drag Show

Celebrate Pride Week (March 20-24) and the LGBTQ+ community.
Noon, Lion's Den

Academic Recognition Ceremony
The campus will honor students and faculty for their achievements and excellence in academia at its annual Academic Recognition Ceremony.
6:30 p.m., Gym

March 22
Global Dialogue Lunch
Disability: Definitions and Responses Around the World

How is disability defined around the world? Learn what is and is not considered a disability in other countries, and how other parts of the world respond to learning, physical, and mental differences.
12:15 p.m., Tomezsko Lounge

Dinner and a Movie with Panel Discussion
4:30 p.m., Lion's Den

March 24
Student Ally Training

Learn more about the LGBTQA+ community and how to offer support.
Lunch will be provided.
12:15 p.m.. 109 Vairo

March 25
Bus Trip to Washington, D.C.

Multilingual Student Programs is coordinating a bus trip to Washington, D.C. on Saturday, March 25. The bus will leave Brandywine at 8:30 a.m. and return at 8:30 p.m.. The cost is $10 per student, and signups are in the Student Affairs Office. 

March 28
Postcard Writing Party to Show Support for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

The organization, 500 Women Scientists, is asking people to send a postcard to support the employees of our local EPA office, as they face a possible 31% cut of their budget, loss of 50 programs, and loss of over 3,000 jobs. Volunteers are also asked to write a second postcard to their representative to state why the EPA is important and why he/she should support the EPA.

We will provide postcards and stamps - we need your help making sure our cities are smog-free and that our air and water stay clean. 
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Vairo Library  

March 30
Alive! Mental Health Fair

Interactive resource fair featuring graffiti art therapy, brain games, Post Your Own Secret exhibit, documentaries, community agencies, prizes, and more. Post your own secret in the special drop boxes around campus the week before the event.
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Lion's Den
Keynote Address with QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Training
12:15 - 1:15 p.m., 103 Tomezsko

Women's Commission Luncheon
The event recognizes a female faculty or staff member, a female student and an alumna for their outstanding contributions to the campus and the community. The keynote speaker is Brandywine grad Cara Colantuono. Cara launched Support Homeless Veterans, an advocacy organization that raises awareness of chronically homeless veterans and offers community based solutions for housing and mental health. RSVP Lisa Krol.
Noon, Tomezsko Lounge

April

April 4
Javier Avila, The Trouble with My Name

Poet and professor Javier Avila's one-man show embraces the autobiographical journey of a man who moves between cultures to provide a fascinating perspective of the American Latinos who struggle to dispel misconceptions about their identity and place in the world.
Noon, Lion's Den

April 7
Bus trip to Medieval Times!

Only $10 for students (save over $50!).
Medieval Times takes you back in time ten centuries for a live jousting tournament and other Medieval pageantry! Visit www.medievaltimes.com to check out the event! Sign up and pay in Student Affairs Office, 2nd Floor Commons! Deadline is March 3 to sign up.
Bus leaves campus at 4 p.m. and returns around midnight.

April 17-21
Earth Week

Check back for details on exciting upcoming events!