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Engineering student gains experience through classes and internship

After developing an interest in engineering through her high school classes, Tina DeBarberie decided to pursue a degree in the field with a long-term goal of applying her knowledge and skills to environmental conservation.
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Inaugural Drawdown Scholars class arrives at Penn State

Fifty-five undergraduate students from across the country have arrived at Penn State to take part in the first-ever Drawdown Scholars Research Experience for Undergraduates Program. Dubbed Drawdown Scholars, the students will spend eight weeks embedded in research programs across the University, with the aim of investigating positive solutions-orientated paths to take action on climate change.
Educators from 7 Penn State campuses and the University of Virginia attend the 2019 Human Flourishing Summer Teaching Institute

Course in 'The Art and Science of Human Flourishing' expanding to 7 campuses

Based upon early successes, “The Art and Science of Human Flourishing” will be offered as a three-credit course at seven Penn State campuses — Altoona, Brandywine, Fayette, Greater Allegheny, Mont Alto, University Park and York — and is the focus of a research study evaluating possible outcomes in increased student health and well-being.

Summer 2019 Scholarly Communications Workshops offered by University Libraries

This summer, students, faculty and staff can participate in communications workshops that cover topics such as open access, copyright and fair-use policies. The workshops, offered through Aug. 13, are coordinated by Ana Enriquez, scholarly communications outreach librarian, and will take place via Zoom and in various locations across Penn State's campuses.
Penn State Brandywine students at the Alexander K. McClure Elementary School in North Philadelphia.

Brandywine students support learning initiatives at elementary school

Putting their classroom knowledge into practice, eight Penn State Brandywine students had a positive impact working with children and teachers at the Alexander K. McClure Elementary School in North Philadelphia throughout the spring semester.
Seventh-grade girls learning STEM at Penn State Brandywine

Seventh- and ninth-grade girls explore STEM at Penn State Brandywine

Approximately 200 seventh- and ninth-grade girls from schools in the Greater Philadelphia area visited Penn State Brandywine on May 8 and May 17 for the campus’ annual Career Pathways for Girls events, which are part of Brandywine’s STEM Options program.