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THORNTON SCORES 2000 CAREER POINTS

On January 19, 2008, as seconds on the clock continued to tick down, Mike Thornton, a Penn State Brandywine senior, launched the shot that would give him 2,000 career points.

 "It was a crazy feeling. My whole family and all of my friends all came out to support me," recalls Mike.

WE ARE...PENN STATE BRANDYWINE!

It's official! Penn State Delaware County is now Penn State Brandywine

Emergency Campus Closing!

Campus closed???

CAMPUS RECIPIENT OF 2007 EDUCATION MILESTONE AWARD

Penn State Brandywine has been selected as a 2007 Education Milestone Award recipient by the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce. The award is presented annually to outstanding academic institutions that are celebrating educational milestones. Penn State Brandywine, celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, will be formally presented with the award on Thursday, November 15, at Drexelbrook Catering and Corporate Center.Jeffrey G.

CAMPUS RECOGNIZED FOR GROUNDSKEEPING EXCELLENCE

Penn State Brandywine, formerly Penn State Delaware County, has been awarded a 2007 Green Star Honor Award by the Professional Grounds Management Society. This award brings national recognition to the campus for grounds maintained with a high degree of excellence.

Penn State Brandywine received this award in the University and College Grounds category, and only four other colleges and universities were selected in this category: The College of Wooster, University of Virginia, Texas Tech University, and Texas Woman's University.

MARKLEY SELECTED AS TOP PROFESSOR FOR 2007

Arnold Markley, associate professor of English, has earned Penn State Brandywine's prestigious 2007 Distinguished Teacher of the Year award, given at the conclusion of the Fall Honors Convocation held October 10. This recognition, voted on exclusively by the students, is given to a faculty member for excellence in teaching.

Charles Helou, professor of mathematics and recipient of the 2006 honor, presented Markley with the award.

MARCH OF DIMES "SALUTE TO EXCELLENCE"

Chancellor named "Educator of the Year"

CAMPUS SELECTED TO HOST UNDERGRAD RESEARCH WORKSHOP

The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) is expanding its annual, national-level Institutionalizing Undergraduate Research workshop using a regional approach, and Penn State Brandywine will host the launch of these regional workshops on Sept. 28-30.

These workshops are designed for institutions that would like to create a culture of campuswide engagement in undergraduate research.

GREENE SELECTED COOPER MEMORIAL FACULTY FELLOW

Paul Greene, associate professor of ethnomusicology and integrative arts at Penn State Brandywine, has been named the fourth Jane E. Cooper Memorial Faculty Fellow, for three years effective July 1. The Cooper Fellowship provides supplementary funds to an outstanding member of the Penn State Brandywine faculty to assist the holder in continuing and furthering his or her contributions in teaching, research, and public service.

GEORGE FRANZ TO RETIRE

After 39 years of shaping education

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