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Beaver IST students develop app to connect campus community

Students in Penn State Beaver Instructor Ted Froats’ IST 440 class have spent the semester researching and building an app that allows Beaver students to find and convene study groups, buy and sell goods, and gather friends to attend activities and sporting events, among other things.
Beaver student Ty Cole sits at picnic table on campus.

Communications: It's all about people

Ty Cole is turning his love of being involved and talking with people into a career in communications. "You get to be around people 24/7."
Professor Stephanie Cabarcas-Petroski holds an ophthalmoscope up to a student's eye.

Stephanie Cabarcas-Petroski teaches a biology lab

Professor Stephanie Cabarcas-Petroski shows a student how to use an ophthalmoscope during an experiment in the biology lab.

Professor Stephanie Cabarcas-Petroski holds an ophthalmoscope up to a student's eye.

Biology: It's in the genes

Professor Cabarcas-Petroski uses a data to compare normal tissues to cancer tissues, making connections other researchers have either overlooked or not yet discovered.
An inmate dressed in a prison jumpsuit holds a book that says Bridges to Life on the cover.

Bridges to Life workbook

An inmate of the Beaver County Jail holds a Bridges to Life workbook during a small-group meeting at the jail. The program, run by Penn State Beaver Administration of Justice students, brings victims and inmates together to help both sides heal.

An inmate dressed in a prison jumpsuit holds a book that says Bridges to Life on the cover.

Administration of Justice: Building bridges

Bridges to Life, a program run by Penn State Beaver Administration of Justice students at the Beaver County Jail, is helping victims and offenders heal by encouraging them to come together and share their stories.
View, through caged door, of a nearly empty room in a former mental hospital.

Trip to asylum brings history to life for Beaver psychology students

After a semester talking about mental institutions and medical treatments, Assistant Professor Marissa Mendoza took her History of Psychology students to a former mental hospital, where her lectures came to life.
Two of Marissa Mendoza's Psych 439 students pose in front of a screen.

Classic meets contemporary in Beaver psychology students’ study presentations

Students in Psychology 439 at Penn State Beaver were charged with taking classic psychological studies and applying them to contemporary trends. They'll present their findings to the campus on March 23 in SUB 16.

New honors science course at Penn State Beaver to debunk scientific myths

A new honors class at Beaver will debunk scientific myths, or bad science, and explore how good science affects lives, shapes world views, and impacts the future.
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.

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