Penn State Brandywine recently received certification from the Pennsylvania State Master Gardeners to be a Pennsylvania Pollinator Friendly Garden. This comes after the White House announced the first national strategy to promote the health of pollinators.
In just its second year in existence, the Penn State Brandywine women’s softball team recently claimed its first Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC) Championship after a hard-fought 11-8 victory against Penn State Hazleton.
Kimberly Bowen, an upcoming junior at Penn State, recently received the Council on Undergraduate Research - Geosciences Division (GeoCUR) Award for Excellence in Student Research for her work establishing four Picture Post Project locations at Penn State Brandywine.
For 25 years, Penn State Brandywine's Commission for Women has recognized outstanding female students, faculty and staff during its annual luncheon by naming them Women of the Year. The event, held during Women's History Month, serves as an occasion for the Brandywine community to celebrate the accomplishments of women on campus.
Susan Fredricks, chair of the commission and associate professor of communication arts and sciences, announced the honorees at the event.
Each year, Penn State Brandywine welcomes a number of distinguished speakers to campus, and this year is no exception. Brandywine will host four speakers who will discuss a variety of topics including the ever-changing weather of the Philadelphia region, foreign affairs, how science and art mix, and geometric patterns found in nature.
For Penn State students across the Commonwealth, a one-year fundraising effort to support families in their fight against pediatric cancer culminated this past weekend (Feb. 21-22) in a 46-hour no-sleeping, no-sitting dance marathon at University Park.
Penn State Brandywine's Muslim Student Association is sponsoring Zohra Sarwari, a Muslim author, life and business coach and international speaker, to lecture at Penn State Brandywine on March 3 at 11:30 a.m. in the Main Building 101 about the 'terrorist' stereotype Muslims have been labeled with worldwide.
High school students, wouldn't it be great to share on your resume that you are a Penn State journalism contest winner?
Penn State Brandywine and the Delaware County Press Club are offering a FREE journalism contest to high school students. Winners will be announced at the 2015 Journalism Symposium on March 25 at 6:30 p.m. in the Tomezsko Building at Penn State Brandywine.
Penn State Brandywine will host its first Common Read event of the 2015 spring semester as Stephen Cimbala, Distinguished Professor of Political Science, discusses "Is the World Going to Hell?" on Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 12:30 p.m. in Main Building classroom 203.