Penn State Brandywine student Haleigh Swansen, communications major in Schreyer Honors College, won first place in the ROAR competition for her video submission, which recaps her research examining the role of women in sports journalism.
Senior psychology major and Schreyer Honors Scholar Ebony Ford is taking her college learning experience to a whole new level, implementing a research study alongside Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies Marinda Kathryn Harrell-Levy that investigates transformative relationships.
Human development and family studies major Lauren Lomas, a Schreyer Honors Scholar, is one of the eight Penn State students from across the commonwealth selected to showcase their research in Harrisburg at the 13th annual Undergraduate Research at the Capitol – Pennsylvania conference.
Horsham Township official Dennis Haggerty holds Stormbot, which Penn State Abington and Brandywine senior engineering students developed with guidance from Bob Avanzato, associate professor of engineering, right.
Eighteen engineering bachelor’s degree programs in the Colleges of Engineering and Earth and Mineral Sciences have been accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). ABET is the global accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering and engineering technology.
Kimberly Bowen, an upcoming junior at Penn State, recently received the Council on Undergraduate Research - Geosciences Division (GeoCUR) Award for Excellence in Student Research for her work establishing four Picture Post Project locations at Penn State Brandywine.
For 25 years, Penn State Brandywine’s Commission for Women has recognized outstanding female students, faculty and staff by naming them Women of the Year during the annual luncheon. The event, held during Women’s History Month, serves as an occasion for the Brandywine community to celebrate the accomplishments of women on campus.