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Members of the Provost's Global Advisory Council

Members of the Provost's Global Advisory Council

Members of the first Global Advisory Council meeting.

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.

food bank boxes

Beaver sophomore Katie Stanley and freshman Rachael Cummings, who will lead the campus' food rescue program, visited the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank distribution warehouse as part of their research.

Boxes of food sit on the floor of the food bank warehouse.

food bank

Beaver sophomore Katie Stanley and freshman Rachael Cummings, who will lead Beaver's food rescue program, visited the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, where they saw boxes of produce waiting for distribution.

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.
Shot of a wall at the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank that reads "End Hunger Now."

food bank

Beaver sophomore Katie Stanley and freshman Rachael Cummings visited the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank to gather information for their Pepsi Mini Grant-funded food rescue program. While they were there, Stanley took this photo for inspiration.

Boxes of food sit on the floor of the food bank warehouse.

Fixing the food crisis

Beaver faculty and students have received a Pepsi Mini Grant to fund the creation of a community garden, a digitized food map and a food rescue program.
Beaver CEO Joe Giusti sits at his desk.

Beaver CEO Joe Giusti

Joe Giusti served as Beaver's CEO from 1965 to 1979. He died on Jan. 30 in Harrisburg.

A photo of Russ Brignano sits beside books on a shelf.

Beaver African-American autobiography collection

Former Penn State Beaver English professor Russell Brignano, center in the photograph, started the library's African-American autobiography collection with a book donation in the 1990s. It's since grown to 663 titles.

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.

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