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Former Beaver student trades in high-stress job for an online startup

Former Penn State Beaver student and Smeal College of Business alumnus Justin Harmon traded in his high-stress job for an online startup.
Sophia Loza

Small campus, big world

About three quarters of Penn State Beaver students are from the area and commute to campus. Weeklong study abroad trips are a way to encourage travel, challenge world views and broaden perspectives while minimizing time and cost.
AOJ shooter scenario

Beaver administration of justice students take part in active shooter scenario

An active shooter scenario in the Student Union Building gives Penn State Beaver administration of justice students a closer look at criminal justice in the community.
Tyler Suehr

Third time's the charm

Penn State Beaver information sciences and technology major Tyler Suehr has created three Android apps; his latest won first place at the campus' 15th annual Undergraduate Exhibition.
Sharon historic app

Penn State Beaver students create historic walking app

Three Penn State Beaver students created a historic walking app for a neighboring county as part of a service learning project.

Penn State releases University-wide survey on sexual misconduct

Penn State Beaver released the results of a survey of students’ experiences with and attitudes about sexual misconduct today (April 13), including a finding that 8.6 percent of students reported being the victim of at least one instance or attempt of sexual assault. The results are part of a comprehensive University-wide survey conducted last fall.
Beaver walking trail

Chasing waterfalls

Penn State Beaver students Jared Boggs, Austin Schorr and Julie Worst developed a plan this semester in Associate Professor Angela Fishman’s sustainability class to build a walking path in the woods so that their fellow students can explore a few more of the campus’ 105 acres.

Penn State Beaver to offer new minor this fall

Using a combination of online and on-ground course offerings, Beaver students can begin studying the Entrepreneurship and Innovation minor’s New Ventures cluster beginning in the fall.
Josh Hogenmiller standing portrait

Totally Baked, totally sucessful

Beaver business alumnus Josh Hogenmiller and his friend, both car enthusiasts, had been using durable powder coating to color their car parts for years. Then they decided to go into business. The result has been bigger and better than they expected.

Penn State Beaver hires new IST faculty member

Ashu Kumar, the former director of data analytics for one of the largest generic pharmaceutical companies in the world, will join Penn State Beaver as an IST instructor in the fall.

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