A photo of Russ Brignano sits beside books on a shelf.

In their own words

In honor of Black History Month, a reminder that Beaver's African-American autobiography collection - the only one of its kind in the university system - is open to the public through a community borrower's card.
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Katie Work sits in a boat on the Seine River.

European Tour

Beaver business major Katie Work is spending the semester abroad. First stop: Paris, France, where she's learning the metro system, (kind of) speaking French, and eating her weight in baguettes.
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A view of the Croatian coastline.

On the EDGE

The EDGE program connects Penn State Beaver classes with classes around the world through the use of technology. Known as “virtual international exchange,” EDGE affords its participants the opportunity for global thinking and collaboration, particularly among place-bound and less-resourced students.
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Beaver student Ty Cole sits at picnic table on campus.

Scoring a dream job

Corporate Communications major Ty Cole is working as the community relations intern for the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation. It's the type of work he hopes to do full time after graduation in May.
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View, through caged door, of a nearly empty room in a former mental hospital.

Asylum seekers

Assistant Professor Marissa Mendoza took her History of Psychology students to Weston, West Virginia, where they toured the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum and watched research and lectures come to life.
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Three students gather around a posterboard to discuss their research.

Registration open for Beaver's undergraduate exhibition

Penn State Beaver's annual Undergraduate Exhibition, which highlights the research, engaged learning and creative activities of students, will take place on April 25. Registration is now open and must be completed online by March 26.

Student consulting group to help area businesses address challenges

Penn State Beaver information sciences and technology instructor Ashu Kumar is leading an advisory group that will serve as consultants to area businesses and non-profits, identifying their specific problems and challenges and connecting them with faculty and students who may be able to provide solutions.

Beaver awarded $50,000 to drive entrepreneurship, bolster local economy

Penn State Beaver is one of four campuses to receive a 2018 seed grant from Invent Penn State, an initiative designed to bolster entrepreneurship and economic development in communities surrounding Penn State campuses.
Invent Penn State

University awards $200,000 in Invent Penn State seed grants to four campuses

Penn State announced $200,000 in new seed grant funding as part of the University's Invent Penn State Initiative. The four campuses receiving grants — Beaver, DuBois, Greater Allegheny and Hazleton — bring to 21 the number of Innovation Hubs across the Commonwealth.
Katie Work in a boat on the Seine.

Beaver business major blogging about her semester abroad

Penn State Beaver business major Katie Work will chronicle her time in Paris, Rome and Berlin, penning the study-abroad blog "European Tour" on the Beaver website.
John Chapin and two students look at a computer screen.

Communications professor's early life drives anti-bullying, violence research

Beaver Communications Professor John Chapin is an expert on violence prevention and has published more than 50 articles and book chapters on the topic.