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Penn State alumna Miranda Biondi and Jodi Dickinson

Brandywine alumnae, former athletes find success at Nobel Learning Communities

Miranda Biondi, a 2016 Penn State graduate who attended the Brandywine campus, applied for a position at Nobel Learning Communities after hearing about the job opportunity through the Student Career Connection, an email provided by Brandywine’s career services office. She ended up accepting an unexpected role within the company and making an unexpected friend.
Penn State Brandywine alumna Megan Draper

Penn State Brandywine sparks alumna’s passion for primates

While earning her bachelor's degree in psychology from the Brandywine campus, Penn State graduate Megan Draper completed a unique research project that allowed her to explore her passion for primates and pursue a career in her dream field.
Penn State In The News

Penn State In The News: July 2016

Penn State appears in the news hundreds of times every day. Monthly, the University’s Office of Strategic Communications features national and international news coverage of the work and expertise of Penn State’s faculty, students and staff.
Charles Helou

Math teachers brush up on their skills at Penn State Brandywine

Math teachers from around Pennsylvania participated in two Pennsylvania Mathematics Initiative workshops hosted by Penn State Brandywine that explored new approaches in teaching.

Remote robot connects engineering students, UMaine cohorts

Penn State Abington and Brandywine engineering majors used a mobile telepresence robot — an iPad attached to a self-balancing vehicle — to collaborate with students at the University of Maine.
Engineering telepresence robot

Engineering students telepresence robot

Cara Fiala, Philadelphia regional engineering student, explains a project to a student at the University of Maine.

Avanzato Double Robot

Telepresence robot takes engineering students to Maine

Robert Avanzato, Penn State Abington associate professor of engineering, uses a telepresence robot to connect with students at the University of Maine.

Engineering project


A Horsham Township Public Works employee run StormBot, a mobile robot developed by Penn State Abington engineering students, through a field test. 

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Engineering design

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.

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Engineering field test

Charles Liggett, a Penn State Abington senior in the multidisciplinary engineering program, and Horsham Public Works Director Dennis Haggerty review the Stormbot video on the console at the field test.