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Former DAA and interim chancellor Donna Kuga speaks at a podium.

Penn State Beaver’s former interim chancellor has died

Donna Kuga died March 8 following a long illness. During her nearly 40 years at Penn State Beaver, Kuga served as a professor, coach, athletic director, director of academic affairs, and interim chancellor.

Physician general to speak at Beaver about Pennsylvania's drug abuse epidemic

Pennsylvania's physician general, Dr. Rachel Levine, will visit the Penn State Beaver campus on March 22 to speak to students, faculty, staff and the community about her journey as a transgender woman and the drug-abuse crisis that is plaguing the state.
Boxes of food sit on the floor of the food bank warehouse.

Beaver faculty, students receive Pepsi Mini Grant for food-related initiatives

The Pepsi Mini Grant will give Beaver faculty and students $5,000 toward the creation of a community garden, a digitized food map and a food rescue program.

Penn State Beaver hires new accounting faculty member

Michael Tydlaska, a certified public accountant and an experienced teacher of accounting and finance, will join the Penn State Beaver faculty as an instructor in accounting this fall.
Beaver's peer leaders pose in a line during the 2016-2017 orientation.

Beaver business major one of nine nominees for faculty senate student rep

Beaver business major Katie Work is one of nine nominees for Faculty Senate student representative. Online voting began on Feb. 20 and ends March 14.

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.

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