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John Chapin and two students look at a computer screen.

John Chapin

Beaver Communications Professor John Chapin is a violence prevention expert who has spent more than a decade working with public schools on anti-bullying programs.

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.

Nine former Beaver athletes to be inducted into Hall of Honor

On Jan. 27, nine of Penn State Beaver’s most accomplished athletes will be inducted into the campus’ newly established Hall of Honor. The induction coincides with Beaver’s Spirit Weekend when nearly 70 recruits and their families will visit campus for three days’ worth of tours, games and activities.
A logo that reads "Athletic Hall of Honor."

Beaver Hall of Honor

On Jan. 27, nine of Penn State Beaver’s most accomplished athletes will be inducted into the campus’ newly established Hall of Honor.

Community invited to attend breakfast leadership series at Beaver

Jack Carroll, the founder of Battle Ready Leadership, believes lessons on leadership can be learned from examining Battle of Gettysburg. Carroll is a longtime CEO who has worked with an array of businesses, from startups to Fortune 500 companies. Penn State Beaver Continuing Education will offer a spring breakfast leadership series featuring Carroll’s expertise and techniques.
Penn State students repair bicycles during a Martin Luther King Jr. Day service project.

Penn State campuses partner on MLK Day service projects

Students from six Penn State campuses, including Penn State Behrend, participated in public service projects in Erie on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. They repaired bicycles, ran bingo games and sorted clothes at a community shelter.
Three Penn State students repair bicycles at the Sisters of St. Joseph Neighborhood Network bike warehouse.

MLK Day bikes

Shannon Josefoski, right, cleans a bicycle at the Sisters of St. Joseph Neighborhood Network in Erie. Josefoski, a student at Penn State New Kensington, was one of 50 students who participated in Erie service projects on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Two Penn State Behrend students paint a hallway during a MLK Day service project.

MLK Day painters

Will Taylor, an Americorps VISTA intern at Penn State Behrend, and Ashlyn Kelly, a senior at the college, paint a hallway at the Lodge on Sass, a transitional housing shelter in Erie. A total of 50 Penn State students contributed to service projects in Erie on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

A view of the Croatian coastline.

On the EDGE: Beaver launches virtual international exchange program

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.
A view of the Croatian coastline.

Split Croatia

Penn State Beaver will launch its EDGE program this spring when it partners with faculty and students from the University of Split in Croatia.

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