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Four college presidents shake hands on stage.

Bridges and Pathways College Partnership event

Geneva College President Calvin Troup, Penn State Beaver Chancellor Jenifer Cushman, Community College of Beaver County President Chris Reber and Robert Morris University Provost David Jamison, left to right, unveil the Bridges and Pathways College Partnership, a consortium dedicated to improving the lives of Beaver Valley residents through access to education, cultural events and economic opportunities.

hands, dirt and seedling

Penn State invests $2 million to support strategic priorities

Through an innovative new funding process, Penn State is investing $2 million in its top strategic priorities, while simultaneously advancing the vital and transformative work of its faculty, staff and students across the University.
The Penn State Beaver chancellor and Lincoln Learning Solutions CEO shake hands in front of the Lion Shrine.

Beaver and Lincoln Learning

Beaver Chancellor Jenifer Cushman and Lincoln Learning Solutions CEO Bob Clements shake hands on the Lincoln Learning Solutions Endowed Scholarship, which will be open to any full-time undergraduate student enrolled or planning to enroll at Penn State Beaver. 

Map of Sustainable Communities programs at Penn State campuses

Sustainability community program expands across Commonwealth with PepsiCo funds

Five Penn State campuses have been awarded PepsiCo Challenge Mini Grants to expand community engagement efforts through Penn State’s Sustainable Communities Collaborative (SCC). Penn State Abington, Altoona, Beaver, Behrend and Brandywine will take part in a three-year pilot program to expand the SCC to Penn State communities outside of University Park.
A student peers into a tomato plant searching for ripe fruti.

campus garden

Beaver student Marney Haddad and her classmates visit the campus garden every Friday to pick ripe fruits and vegetables. The produce is then donated to the Salvation Army, which distributes to local food pantries.

A student peers into a tomato plant searching for ripe fruti.

Campus garden helps to feed the community

What began as a class project is now a vital part of helping Beaver County fight food insecurity.
A Beaver student picks a tomato from a plant.

Beaver campus garden helps to feed the community

The summer harvest from Penn State Beaver's campus garden has been donated to the Salvation Army to feed those in need.
A Beaver student picks a tomato from a plant.

Beaver community garden

Beaver student Marney Haddad plucks ripe tomatoes from the campus garden. The produce is donated to the Salvation Army.

I-Corps logo

Penn State’s NSF I-Corps program seeks applications by Sept. 15 and Oct. 15

The National Science Foundation has joined in supporting Penn State’s goal of taking more of its discoveries to market by awarding Penn State a five-year, $500,000 Innovation Corps (I-Corps) grant to establish the Invent Penn State I-Corps Site in collaboration with Ben Franklin Technology Partner’s TechCelerator, Happy Valley LaunchBox, and Invent Penn State’s Innovation Hubs.

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