Brooke Doerfler undergraduate exhibition

Check the map

Beaver psychology professor Kevin Bennett used existing data and research to create a map of our country’s psychology
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four students stand in the campus high tunnel

Growing for good

A university seed grant helped erect a 96-foot-long greenhouse on campus, and organizers hope its impact will go far beyond the food they're able to grow inside it.
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Brooke Doerfler undergraduate exhibition

Psychology professor maps the country's mental health

Penn State Beaver psychology professor Kevin Bennett has gathered disparate data and research to create a comprehensive map of psychological issues in the United States. Among his findings: neuroticism is higher in the Northeast and the West Coast is more open to experimentation.
Dare to enter the Lion's Den sign sits in front of lion shrine.

Penn State Beaver students invited to enter the Lion's Den competition

Penn State Beaver students who want to improve campus can enter the Lion's Den competition for a chance to make their dream a reality.
Beaver students and administators cut a ribbon in front of a high tunnel greenhouse.

Provost, VP for Commonwealth Campuses officially open Beaver high tunnel

Provost Nick Jones and Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses Madlyn Hanes joined Penn State Beaver faculty and students to officially open the campus high tunnel. The tunnel, which was funded by a University seed grant, will support Beaver's campus-supported agriculture subscriptions and the local Salvation Army food bank.
Beaver IST students

IST research lab helps Beaver professor, students develop new applications

A new information sciences and technology laboratory at Penn State Beaver offers students a dedicated space to work on real-world projects with local clients. The latest project is a mobile app that matches trauma victims with area therapists.
Two students sit at lab table and look at vials of faux blood.

PA Cyber students visit Beaver campus for hands-on lab experience

Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School teachers, students and their parents visit a Penn State Beaver biology lab to participate in a hands-on, blood-typing experiment.
University Police Officer Luke Shivery next to patrol car

University Police begins equipping officers with kit to treat opioid overdoses

Currently, seven campus police stations are equipped with naloxone, including Beaver, Berks, Brandywine, DuBois, Erie, Great Valley and University Park. Administrators continue to work with local and county agencies to equip officers with naloxone at the remaining campuses.