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Two female students look at a vile of simulated blood.

Beaver faculty, area professionals encourage girls to 'be a boss' at STEM event

More than 70 students from four Beaver County school districts participated in W.I.S.E. UP, Penn State Beaver's day of STEM-related workshops and panels for seventh-grade girls.
Two female students look at a vile of simulated blood.

WISE UP 2018

More than 70 students from four Beaver County school districts - including Emily Tran, left, and Jennifer Vo - participated in W.I.S.E. UP, a day of STEM-related workshops and panels for seventh-grade girls.

Penn State Beaver graduates wearing gowns talk after ceremony.

Evan McStay Garett Schefler graduation

Garett Schefler, center, and Evan McStay, right, speak with fellow Penn State Beaver graduates after the spring 2018 commencement ceremony. Schefler and McStay will both begin full-time jobs at FedEx this summer.

Penn State Beaver graduates wearing gowns talk after ceremony.

Internships lead to full-time jobs for Beaver IST students

Beaver Instructor Ashu Kumar tells his students they need to display clarity, confidence and commitment if they want to succeed. Those qualities have resulted in full-time jobs for three IST graduates.
Two students present their project to judges.

Ten awards handed out at Beaver's annual Undergraduate Exhibition

Penn State Beaver's annual Undergraduate Exhibition showcases the research, engaged scholarship and creative work of Beaver students across disciplines. This year, 26 students presented in five categories.
A cell phone screen with an app displayed.

Beaver campus app

The Penn State Beaver Information Sciences and Technology 440 class is building an app that will allow students to find study partners, buy and trade belongings, and meet up at events, among other things.

A cell phone screen with an app displayed.

Beaver IST students develop app to connect campus community

Students in Penn State Beaver Instructor Ted Froats’ IST 440 class have spent the semester researching and building an app that allows Beaver students to find and convene study groups, buy and sell goods, and gather friends to attend activities and sporting events, among other things.
Chancellor Cushman hands Alexa Di Pietrantonio a framed certificate.

Beaver students, faculty, staff honored at awards ceremony

Penn State Beaver recognized more than 30 students, faculty and staff for excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, teaching and research at the campus' 50th annual Awards Ceremony.
Cassandra Miller-Butterworth and two students transfer liquid into beaker.

Beaver biology professor is the star of a book published by local fifth-graders

Two fifth-graders from Baden Academy turned to leading bat expert, Penn State Beaver Associate Professor of Biology Cassandra Miller-Butterworth, for help in writing a book about bats.
Cassandra Miller-Butterworth and two students transfer liquid into beaker.

Cassandra Miller-Butterworth Baden Academy students

Beaver Associate Professor of Biology Cassandra Miller-Butterworth agreed to consult on and star in a book about bats, written by Baden Academy fifth-graders Kaitlyn Desrochers, center, and Kennedi Emery, left.

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