In August 2017, Penn State Brandywine will welcome its first residential students to campus. As move-in day approaches, the campus is preparing for the grand opening of its new residence hall and student union building.
Penn State Brandywine’s major in human development and family studies (HDFS) prepares students to work with people in all stages of life. While many HDFS majors complete their mandatory internship by working with children, two Brandywine students chose the opposite end of the spectrum: hospice and palliative care.
At the University’s November Council of Commonwealth Student Governments meeting (CCSG), student representatives were encouraged to get involved in local political movements. Two Penn State Brandywine students, Kevin Cauley and Tommy Iacono, have taken that advice to heart.
In the spirit of fostering a campus culture of diversity and inclusion, Penn State Brandywine recently hosted another global dialogue luncheon — an event that is part of a campus series bringing everyday subjects, such as meals, relationship norms, and social rules into a global context.
Four founding members of Penn State Brandywine’s Black Student League, including the group’s first president, visited the campus on Feb. 22 to discuss their experiences as college students in the late 1960s.