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Brian Reynolds at the Media Food Bank

Media Food Bank

Brian Reynolds, a member of the Marketing and Communications Club and baseball team, helped with food distribution at the Media Food Bank.

Kezi Li and Alexandria Hatchett at the Providence Animal Center.

Providence Animal Center

Kezi Li and Alexandria Hatchett, members of the Multicultural Club on campus, assisted with property clean up at the Providence Animal Center.

Bill Tyson cleans the Delaware County Law Enforcement Memorial

Delaware County Law Enforcement Memorial

Bill Tyson, Brandywine’s marketing and communications director and coordinator of the 50 projects in 50 hours initiative, cleaned plaques at the Delaware County Law Enforcement Memorial at Rose Tree Park.

Carly Dill made cards for children who are hospitalized

Brandywine sophomore Carly Dill

Sophomore Carly Dill made cards for children who are hospitalized, while students behind her work on making blankets.

Brandywine students at the Fair Acres autumn dance

Fair Acres autumn dance

Members of Brandywine Benefiting THON and the Nittany Lion attended the autumn dance held for residents of the Fair Acres Geriatric Center.  The students interacted and danced with the residents to make sure they had an enjoyable evening.

Nittany Lion Sewing at Penn State Brandywine

Nittany Lion Sewing

The Nittany Lion pitched in to sew colorful pillowcases for the Case for Smiles program.  The pillowcases will be given to patients at the Penn State Children’s Hospital.

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.
Rachel Brokenborough of Penn State Brandywine

Brandywine senior takes passion for child advocacy from Philly to Spain

Rachel Brokenborough, a letters, arts and sciences major, decided to make her last year at Penn State an adventure.
I-Corps logo

Penn State’s NSF I-Corps program seeks applications by Sept. 15 and Oct. 15

The National Science Foundation has joined in supporting Penn State’s goal of taking more of its discoveries to market by awarding Penn State a five-year, $500,000 Innovation Corps (I-Corps) grant to establish the Invent Penn State I-Corps Site in collaboration with Ben Franklin Technology Partner’s TechCelerator, Happy Valley LaunchBox, and Invent Penn State’s Innovation Hubs.