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A Penn State Behrend runner competes in an indoor race.

Behrend runners win top four spots at Tiffin Grand Prix

Penn State Behrend runners took the top four spots in the men’s 1,000-meter run at the Tiffin Grand Prix. Chris Drozynski, a sophomore from Stoneboro, finished first, with a time of 2:39.80. The women's team won three events.
A young participant enjoys the Hearts and Showers activity during the Valentine's Day Extravaganza, held Saturday, Feb. 10, at North East School District’s Earle C. Davis Primary school.

‘Extravaganza’ ensures all feel the love this Valentine’s Day

With the help of Karen Rizzo, assistant professor of special education, Penn State Behrend first-year student Morgan Yelverton planned the Valentine’s Day Extravaganza, held Saturday, Feb. 10, at North East School District’s Earle C. Davis Primary school. This free, carnival-type event was open to all in the Erie region and featured games designed for inclusion.
Penn State Schreyer Scholar Margaret Dunlap

Behrend Scholar interested in treating bodies and minds

Penn State psychology student Margaret Dunlap has an eye on becoming an orthopedic surgeon, but is currently researching emotional memory.
Ken Louie, associate professor of economics at Penn State Behrend

National economy buoyed Erie County in late 2017, Behrend economist says

Five of the eight measures in the Erie Leading Index, an economic forecasting tool developed at Penn State Behrend's Black School of Business, showed growth between June and September. "The economy is adjusting," says Ken Louie, associate professor of economics at the college.

Behrend team ready for CFA research challenge

A Penn State Behrend student investment team will compete at the CFA Institute Research Challenge in Pittsburgh. The college won the regional event in 2016 and again in 2017.
Poetry centered in black circle.

Lake Effect National High School Poetry Contest receives nearly 2,000 entries

Students from Massachusetts, New York and Wisconsin earned the top three prizes in the 2017 Lake Effect National High School Poetry Contest. In total, the contest received nearly 2,000 entries.