Mari Pierce, associate professor of criminal justice, teaches a group of students at Penn State Beaver in this 2019 file photo. Penn State Beaver has replaced the Administration of Justice major with a Criminal Justice major. The campus also has added other majors and professional certificate programs.
Penn State Beaver students who are taking classes remotely will need a laptop with a camera and speakers and a strong internet connection. Students can sign up to borrow laptops and get a hotspot for free.
The Ecology Institute has awarded 11 proposals from across the University as part of its Flower Grant program, including five projects submitted by faculty at Commonwealth Campuses. The funds provided by the Flower Grant aim to support ecology research focused across the institute’s five core themes.
Mari Pierce, who is the professor in charge of the shared Administration of Justice program at Penn State Beaver, is one of six University professors named to the 2020-21 fellowship program in the Big Ten Academic Alliance Academic Leadership Program.
Following a three-month comprehensive planning process, Penn State officials have determined that the University can meet or exceed the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s guidelines for colleges and universities, and look forward to welcoming back faculty, staff and students to resume on-campus, in-person classes and other activities this fall in a limited fashion.