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eclipse data from Penn State Brandywine

Eclipse research: Brandywine professor-student duo lends NASA a hand

The total eclipse on Aug. 21 sent faculty, staff and students from around the state outside to watch the action. While most of the Penn State community had their eyes on the skies, two people at Penn State Brandywine were thinking about the ground and air around them.
Tiana Peña Colón

Tiana Peña Colón

Tiana Peña Colón, coordinator of student life. 

Gary Miller of Penn State Brandywine

Gary Miller

Gary Miller, associate director of student affairs. 

Latoya Kosh of Penn State Brandywine

Latoya Kosh

Latoya Kosh, disabilities specialist. 

Usha Nair Jenemann of Penn State Brandywine

Usha Nair Jenemann

Usha Nair Jenemann, Penn State Brandywine registrar. 

Orchard Hall at Penn State Brandywine

New hires at Penn State Brandywine bring enthusiasm to campus

As Penn State Brandywine expands in multiple directions this year, the campus community has also welcomed several new hires: in the Office of Student Affairs, Latoya Kosh, Gary Miller and Tiana Peña Colón, and in the Office of Academic Affairs, Usha Nair Jenemann.
Penn State Brandywine Eclipse research data

Eclipse research

This graph shows the air temperature at Penn State Brandywine before, during and after the eclipse on August 21. All data was recorded by Guertin and Schaefer and was submitted to NASA. 

Penn State Brandywine women's soccer

Brandywine athletics week in review: Women’s soccer beats Division II Lincoln

The week in Penn State Brandywine athletics was highlighted by the women’s soccer team’s lopsided triumph over NCAA Division II Lincoln (Pa.) on Tuesday, giving Brandywine its second win against a Division II school in department history.

Open to the public: Screening of 'Chasing Coral' at Brandywine campus

On Sept. 27, the public is invited to enjoy a free screening of the film “Chasing Coral” at Penn State Brandywine. The screening will take place at 6 p.m. in Main Building Room 101.

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