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Penn State Brandywine named a military friendly school

Penn State Brandywine has been named a 2016 Military Friendly School by Victory Media, the publisher of G.I. Jobs, STEM Jobs, and Military Spouse. The Military Friendly Schools designation is awarded to the top colleges, universities, community colleges and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace military students and dedicate resources to ensure their success both in the classroom and after graduation.

THON 2016 - Believe Beyond Boundaries

Penn State Brandywine THON ranked in the top 10 among Penn State Commonwealth campuses by raising nearly $20,000 in the fight against pediatric cancer. 

Stand for State

Stand for State Abington

Penn State Abington students and staff marked the launch of Stand for State on Jan. 28. 

Students pulling weeds at Tyler Arboretum.

A year of service

Penn State Brandywine held its first Fresh START Day of Service to inspire first-year students to “get rooted” through service opportunities.
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Penn State Brandywine designated an LGBTQ-friendly campus

Penn State Brandywine recently gained designation from Campus Pride as a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning-friendly (LGBTQ) university. The campus becomes one of only 10 universities and colleges from across Pennsylvania granted this classification.
Berks Spring 2013 graduates processing to commencement on campus

New summer program for students offers 'Pathway to Success'

Starting this summer, Penn State is piloting a program designed to provide freshmen at seven campuses the opportunity to earn scholarships while taking classes, working and developing a support network. Called “Pathway to Success: Summer Start Program” or PaSSS, the program is aimed at providing financial and educational support to students, while at the same time helping them graduate on time.
Julie Stanton and Lauren Cooke

Marketing professor aims to shape consumer attitudes toward food

For Penn State Brandywine associate professor of business Julie Stanton, marketing and business isn’t just about the bottom line. The self-described “macro marketer” is digging deeper and hopes that her research could be used to educate consumers and bring change to government policy.
Julie Stanton and Lauren Cooke

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Penn State Brandywine associate professor of business Julie Stanton, right, stood with her research colleague Laurel Cook at the Marketing and Public Policy Conference in Washington, D.C.