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Brandywine athletics week in review: Feb. 1-7

With basketball season quickly winding down, both of Penn State Brandywine’s basketball teams picked up key Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC) victories last week, aiding the teams in their hunt for the postseason.
Gurunathan in the lab at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab in Berkeley, California, as part of her summer research internship.

Penn State senior wins Churchill Scholarship

Penn State senior Ramya Gurunathan has been selected to receive a prestigious Churchill Scholarship, a highly sought-after program that allows American college students to pursue graduate studies in engineering, mathematics or the sciences at the University of Cambridge. Gurunathan is only the second Penn State student to win the Churchill Scholarship since its inception in 1963.
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Penn State Brandywine to host free STEM workshop for middle school girls May 12

Penn State Brandywine will host a day of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workshops designed specifically to engage middle school (seventh grade) girls on May 12.
Distinguished Professor of Political Science Stephen Cimbala

Brandywine’s Stephen Cimbala to present lecture on 2016 presidential election

Political expert Stephen Cimbala will present a 2016 presidential election discussion at 12:30 p.m. Feb. 8 in Room 113 of the Main Building at Penn State Brandywine. Cimbala, distinguished professor of political science at Brandywine, will discuss candidate predictions and issues that will matter as the nominating processes in both parties move forward.
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Stand for State schedule of events at Penn State Brandywine

Stand for State is a University-wide effort to reduce harm within our communities. Activities and events affiliated with the campaign will be ongoing at Penn State Brandywine, beginning with a leadership institute for students. The following is a full list of Stand for State happenings at Brandywine.
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Stand for State provides the tools for Penn Staters to stop violence

Stand for State, an initiative aimed at empowering Penn Staters to stand up for one another, will kick off University-wide the week of Jan. 25.
Cyrie Spencer

Brandywine athletics week in review: Jan. 11-17

The Brandywine basketball teams returned to conference play, traveling to western Pennsylvania for a pair of weekend PSUAC doubleheaders
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Eighth annual 'Night with the Pride' Beef ‘n’ Beverage fundraiser Feb. 26

Penn State Brandywine will host its eighth annual "Night with the Pride" Beef 'n' Beverage fundraising event from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 26, at the Ballrooms at Boothwyn, Pennsylvania.
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Engineers enrich minds of future visionaries at Young Innovators Fair

To engage, educate and encourage the next generation of engineers, Penn State’s College of Engineering brought design to life at the Young Innovators Fair, a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) exhibition held at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pennsylvania, Jan. 2-3.
Cashae Hinton

Cashae Hinton nets 1,000th career point for Brandywine basketball

Hinton's 1,000th point highlights a busy week in basketball at Brandywine.