"I can empathize with how difficult this change has been—both as a chancellor and as a parent." — Chancellor Marilyn J. Wells. Watch our video to hear a message from Chancellor Marilyn J. Wells regarding Brandywine's transition to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week’s #Brandywinner is biology major Kennesha Busby! In addition to being in several leadership roles on campus, Kennesha recently received an award for her involvement in Brandywine’s inaugural mock convention—a campus event which predicted who is likely to be the Democratic nominee for President.
This week's #Brandywinner is Jordan Bucella-Esterling! Hear about Jordan’s experience as an intern for Brandywine’s Center for Ethics and Civic Engagement and vice president of the campus’ Honors Student Association.
This week's #Brandywinner is Marge Reynolds! In addition to being involved in THON, Marge is a member of Brandywine's golf team and competed in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association/Penn State University Athletic Conference Golf Championships at University Park this past fall. Way to go, Marge!
Watch our video to meet Abby Wilt, who earned her bachelor's degree at Brandywine in 2016. While a student, she danced in THON, served as a Lion Ambassador and was a campus cheerleader. Today, Abby is student teaching at the Child and Career Development Center while earning her master’s degree.
Congratulations to this week’s #Brandywinner, Dana Hallahan! A Cooper Honors Scholar, Dana is a Lion Ambassador as well as a member of the Brandywine Events and Activities Support Team and the Honors Student Association. Way to go, Dana!
This week's #Brandywinner is Marvellous Ibikunle! In addition to being involved in several campus clubs, Marvellous is a member of Brandywine's track and field team while also serving as a student worker in the admissions office.
Meet Lauren Burke, this week’s #Brandywinner! With support from the Office of Advising and Career Services, Lauren secured a marketing internship at PrimePay. Through her hard work at the company, she was recently offered a part-time position. Way to go, Lauren!