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Campus entrance sign with pond and amphitheater in background.

Beaver campus entrance sign

When the P and the B from Penn State Beaver’s iconic “chimney stack” entrance sign went missing, the campus called on Senior Engineering Instructor Jim Hendrickson and two of his students to find a fix.

The chimney stack entrance sign at the front of the Beaver campus.

entrance sign

Senior Instructor Jim Hendrickson and two of his engineering students, Leah Berry and Nicole Chemini, used maker lab tools and a little resourcefulness to save this iconic campus sign from demise.

Richard Lomotey points to a computer as Evan McStay looks on.

Lomotey and McStay

Beaver IST student Evan McStay, seated, received a Penn State Student Engagement Network Grant to work with Assistant Professor Richard Lomotey on a mobile app for farmers.

Donna Kuga stands behind a podium.

Donna Kuga at podium

Donna Kuga, who was a student, athlete, coach, professor, athletic director, DAA and interim chancellor at Penn State Beaver, will posthumously receive the prestigious Robert J. Scannell award from the PSUAC.

graduate and family


Gerardo Enrique Diaz-Perez from Puerto Rico poses with his family as they celebrate his graduation from Penn State Greater Allegheny with a bachelor of science degree in business.

Students savor the memories at Behrend's Spring Commencement.


A total of 651 undergraduate and graduate degrees were awarded at Penn State Behrend's Spring 2017 Commencement Ceremony on Friday, May 5.



A Penn State Mont Alto graduate moves her tassel from the right side of her cap to the left.


2017 Commencement New Kensington

Penn State New Kensington radiological sciences students show some mortarboard creativity at the May 6 graduation ceremony. “Rad Sci” graduates provide patient care using medical imaging technology. 

Graduate hugging professor during commencement ceremony.


Penn State Hazleton graduate Brett Finkelstein receives a congratulatory hug from Associate Professor of Engineering Wieslaw "Wes" Grebski. Finkelstein, who graduated with a bachelor of science degree in general engineering focused on alternative energy and power generation, is among the final class of engineers during Grebski's tenure. Grebski, who started at the campus in 1984 and who was instrumental in creating the program, will retire at the end of June.