Latest News

Beaver campus’ inaugural CEO has died

Joe Giusti, who served as the Beaver campus' inaugural CEO from 1965 to 1979, died on Jan. 30 in Harrisburg. He was 81.

New speaker series explores scientific controversy and certainty

Penn State Beaver's new "Science Series" will bring experts in fracking, DNA, and emerging diseases to campus to talk about science and how it impacts our world.
Community members dressed as historical figures in Civil Rights history pose in front of Beaver sign.

An evening of soul

Students, faculty and staff at Penn State Beaver are invited to join the campus at 7 p.m. on Feb. 2 in the Student Union Building Lodge as it embarks on an evening of food and conversation, featuring a group of community members in costume playing some of the most iconic African-Americans of the 20th century.
A photo of Russ Brignano sits beside books on a shelf.

In their own words

The Penn State Beaver Library's African-American autobiography collection is the only one of its kind in the Penn State system, and it's open to both students and the public.
Beaver students pose with the Nittany Lion at Thon.

So you want to be the Nittany Lion?

Penn State Beaver is looking for a responsible and charismatic student to don the Nittany Lion suit and represent Penn State Beaver at campus and community events. Should not be ashamed to dance badly in public.
Penn State Beaver Athletics Spirit Night

Penn State Beaver Athletics to showcase campus spirit on Feb. 11

Penn State Beaver Athletics is inviting prospective student athletes and their families to meet the coaching staff, tour the campus and experience the excitement of a Beaver sporting event on Feb. 11.

Beaver campus hires new police officer

Penn State Beaver has hired April Martin as a campus police officer. She joined the department on Jan. 4.

Beaver student athletes earn academic all-conference honors

More than 40 student athletes at Penn State Beaver have been recognized by the Penn State University Athletic Conference for their performances on the field and in the classroom.
Penn State Beaver graduates, professors and guests look toward stage at commencement.

'Be proud of the work you've done'

Eighteen students participated in Beaver's Dec. 16 ceremony, receiving degrees in administration of justice, business, communications, information sciences and technology, and psychology. Administration of justice major Robert Chamberlain served as the campus' first student speaker.
Jamie Silicki

Domestic violence is 'everybody's problem'

Beaver alumna Jamie Silicki has been elected board president of a Pittsburgh-based domestic violence nonprofit, and during her yearlong appointment, she plans to make increased awareness of domestic violence "everybody's problem."