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Penn State leaders turn careful eye toward administrative costs

A comparison of administrative costs across the Big Ten shows proportional growth in faculty and staff ranks at Penn State, as well as an “outstanding ratio of students to administrators and staff.” The results, while not the only data being evaluated, point to an efficient use of resources at Penn State, which leaders say will continue to be monitored.
Students flee the building during an active shooter training drill at Penn State Beaver.

Police, students stage realistic active shooter training at Penn State Beaver

An active shooter training drill at Penn State Beaver helped students and police know what to do in an emergency.
Old Main-spring

Promotions in academic rank, effective July 1, 2016

The following is a list of academic promotions for tenured and tenure-line faculty members at Penn State, effective July 1, 2016.
Ruhi Patel paints a bat house for the Beaver campus.

'Be loving, be kind, give back'

Penn State Beaver students give what amounts to more than $20,000 in economic value to the community each year.
Community in the classroom

Community in the classroom

Professors on the Beaver campus make a habit of bringing the community into the classroom to give students a chance to see lectures and lessons come to life.
Josh Nussbaum

Dreams and data

Penn State Beaver student Josh Nussbaum turned his childhood infatuation with data into a job with one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies.
Beaver women's basketball wins 2016 PSUAC title

Women's basketball wins PSUAC

The Penn State Beaver women's basketball team earned its fourth consecutive PSUAC title and clinched a berth in the national tournament.
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.
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.
Safe Zone

Make every zone a 'Safe Zone'

Penn State Beaver will hold a Safe Zone training on March 29 in the Student Union Building.