Brandywine faculty and staff collected about 2,000 used Keurig K-Cups with the intention to repurpose each to keep the single-serve, plastic brewing pods out of landfills. The revamped K-Cups — now tree ornaments — will be attached to strands of lights, which will be added to a tree at the Tyler Arboretum entrance at 11:30 a.m. Dec. 1.
Both Brandywine basketball teams continued non-conference play last week as the men’s and women’s teams each split a pair of games. The men's team earned its first victory, 66-63, over Williamson Trade, while the women bested Rosemont 84-68
Each year, Penn State students, faculty and staff get together to celebrate Thanksgiving, learn about traditions and create their own. Here is a look at the food drives and dinners at Penn State locations around the state.
A vote Thursday (Nov. 19) to recommend residential housing projects at Penn State’s Abington and Brandywine campuses to the University’s Board of Trustees was logged by the Committee on Finance, Business, and Capital Planning.
Mike Arata, Penn State alumnus, director of engineering at United Airlines, and Penn State Brandywine advisory board member, will be the speaker at Penn State Brandywine’s fall commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 18, in the Commons Building Gymnasium on campus.
Laura Guertin, Penn State Brandywine professor of Earth science, was named a Geological Society of America fellow and received the 2015 Distinguished Teacher Award given by the Pennsylvania Geographical Society, earlier this month.
Penn State Brandywine kicked off basketball season last week as the men’s and women’s teams both opened the 2015-16 campaign with road games on Nov 14. The Lion women routed New York's Berkeley College 76-51, while the men were defeated 88-73 at Alvernia.
Penn State Brandywine senior setter Miranda Biondi added two more awards to her collection as she was named United States Collegiate Athletic Association Volleyball Student-Athlete of the Year and earned second team all-American accolades during the association's end-of-year awards banquet on Wednesday evening
Hans Schmidt, assistant professor of communications at Penn State Brandywine, received the Pennsylvania Communication Association’s 2015 Harvey Kelly Award for Excellence in Teaching at the association’s 76th annual convention.
Brandywine's soccer seasons came to an end last week as the men's and women's teams were both upset in their respective PSUAC Tournament. Both teams won the conference's regular-season title and featured four all-conference performers