Each year, Penn State Brandywine honors students during its annual Exhibition of Undergraduate Research Enterprise and Creative Accomplishment (EURECA). The event serves as an opportunity for Brandywine undergraduates to present their research and other endeavors to the campus community after months of hard work.
When National Public Radio (NPR) picked up an academic hashtag going viral on Twitter, it also reached out to Kathleen Kennedy, associate professor of English at Penn State Brandywine, for further information. The hashtag, #ThanksForTyping, showcased the unnoticed work of wives, left unnamed, who typed and edited manuscripts for their husbands in the mid-20th century
It’s no secret that Penn State includes a network of campuses throughout the state of Pennsylvania, but incoming students may not be fully aware of all the financial benefits attending a campus other than University Park may afford.
The Penn State Brandywine week in athletics was highlighted by a pair of no-hitters and the first perfect game in program history by the softball team last week as the Lions’ spring teams took advantage of the spring weather in the Delaware Valley.
Several years ago, Kimberly Blockett, associate professor of English at Penn State Brandywine, stumbled across a little-known historical figure whose life would become the focus of her research. Today, Blockett has become the primary documenter of the figure’s life — and her work has caught the eyes of scholars across the country.
Members of Nittany Christian Fellowship (NCF), a faith-based student organization at Penn State Brandywine, spent their spring break volunteering in Washington, D.C. -- a decision preceded by two years of renewed commitment to local and campus-based outreach.