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Three Penn State students repair bicycles at the Sisters of St. Joseph Neighborhood Network bike warehouse.

MLK Day bikes

Shannon Josefoski, right, cleans a bicycle at the Sisters of St. Joseph Neighborhood Network in Erie. Josefoski, a student at Penn State New Kensington, was one of 50 students who participated in Erie service projects on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Two Penn State Behrend students paint a hallway during a MLK Day service project.

MLK Day painters

Will Taylor, an Americorps VISTA intern at Penn State Behrend, and Ashlyn Kelly, a senior at the college, paint a hallway at the Lodge on Sass, a transitional housing shelter in Erie. A total of 50 Penn State students contributed to service projects in Erie on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

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.

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. 

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 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.

Student actors run down a hallway.

Run 2

Penn State Beaver students participate in an active shooter training scenario in 2015.
 

Student actors run down a hallway.

run

Penn State Beaver student actors participate in active shooter scenario training in the fall of 2015.

An aerial view of the construction of an enthane cracker plant.

Beaver County Shell Plant construction

The Beaver County Economic and Environmental Speaker Series will focus on the construction of Shell's cracker plant, seen here, the closure of the Little Blue Run Coal Combustion Disposal Area and the impact of hydraulic fracturing.

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