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Blast from the past

Students in Beaver's freshman engineering design class repaired a blacksmith forge for a local historical society.

Beaver student wins Erickson Discovery Grant

Beaver IST student Joseph Pry was awarded an Erickson Discovery Grant to work on a framework for transporting encrypted medical records via mobile device.
Maura Francis

Approaching reality with a plan

Beaver psychology major Maura Francis will be the first in her family to graduate from college and the first to go on to graduate school. She plans to use her childhood struggles as a launching pad for her future.

Beaver SGA to raise homelessness awareness

Beginning April 16, about 20 Penn State Beaver students will build a city of cardboard boxes in downtown Beaver and live there for 48 hours, sleeping on the ground and begging for money, all in the name of homelessness awareness. All proceeds will benefit area homeless shelters.

Make Martin Luther King Jr. Day a 'day on'

In 2007, Penn State Beaver’s student affairs staff invited students from six regional Penn State campuses to Beaver County on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The idea was to harness the power of Penn State, volunteering at numerous sites in the area and making a big impact on a small community. The Penn State Regional MLK Day of Service event is now in its eighth year and rotates between seven campuses — Beaver, Altoona, Behrend, DuBois, Fayette, Greater Allegheny and New Kensington.
AOJ shooter scenario

Beaver AOJ active shooter scenario

Beaver students Natalie Pollack and Becky Kazmierczyk participate in a shooter scenario for their criminal justice class.

Richard Lomotey

Beaver professor to speak about technology and health at University Park

Richard Lomotey, assistant professor of information sciences and technology at Penn State Beaver, will talk about the ways in which mobile technology can improve health care and agriculture in a brown bag lecture on March 23 at University Park.
Richard Lomotey

Richard Lomotey

Assistant Professor of Computer Science Richard Lomotey will talk about the ways in which mobile technology can improve health care and agriculture in a brown bag lecture on March 23.

Bats Penn State Beaver

'I love bats'

Penn State Beaver biology professor Cassandra Miller-Butterworth has long been concerned with the plight of the little brown bat. Now, through her work with fellow professors and students, she's bringing the fight to the community.
bat houses in Cranberry Park

bat houses in park

Penn State Beaver engineering students work on one of the modern bat house designs that will be hung in Cranberry Park. The designs incorporated the biological needs of the bats.