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Richard Lomotey points to a computer as Evan McStay looks on.

Lomotey and McStay

Beaver IST student Evan McStay, seated, received a Penn State Student Engagement Network Grant to work with Assistant Professor Richard Lomotey on a mobile app for farmers.

Brooke Doerfler undergraduate exhibition

Brooke Doerfler undergraduate exhibition

Senior communications student Brooke Doerfler explains her study on Instagram to social science judges Marissa Mendoza and Kevin Bennett at Penn State Beaver's 2017 Undergraduate Exhibition.

Beaver Chancellor Jenifer Cushman stands in front of the campus Lion Shrine.

Chancellor Jenifer Cushman

Beaver Chancellor Jenifer Cushman will travel to France in the fall as part of the Fulbright International Education Administrators Program.

Dr. Heather Garvin poses in front of a screen, projected with imagine of Home naledi.

Dr. Heather Garvin

Dr. Heather Garvin, an anthropologist who helped to uncover one of our earliest-known ancestors, will speak at Penn State Beaver on Nov. 9.

Documentary screening on Friday

Dr. Juliette Storr is seeking feedback on her documentary about the fight for gender equality in the Bahamas. Join her for a screening of the film's first 30 minutes at 4 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 21 in Michael Baker Building Room 8.
Associate Professor Mari Pierce lectures to a class.

Re-examining the death penalty

Penn State Beaver Associate Professor Mari Pierce is studying the transcripts of every death-eligible case in the state of Oregon from 2000 to 2010 to see if and how juries are influenced. Her findings could change the way capital cases are tried.
Beaver Professor Richard Lomotey and IST student Joe Pry confer in a computer lab.

Pry and Lomotey

Beaver Assistant Professor Richard Lomotey, left, and IST student Joe Pry collaborated on a paper about encryption algorithms, which they were invited to present at the IEEE BigData Congress in San Francisco.

Associate Professor Mari Pierce lectures to a class.

Mari Pierce teaching

Beaver AOJ Associate Professor Mari Pierce is examining capital case transcripts to gain insight on jury decisions.

Associate Professor Mari Pierce lectures to a class.

Re-examining the death penalty

Associate Professor of Administration of Justice Mari Pierce is examining capital case transcripts for insight on jury decisions.
Associate Professor Mari Pierce lectures to a class.

Mari Pierce

Associate Professor of Administration of Justice and the 2016 Faculty Excellence in Research Award winner Mari Pierce is studying capital cases in Oregon for insight into how the juries decided on death.

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