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Penn State Behrend Economist Sees Promise in Local Job Numbers

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More people are working in the Erie region than at any time since the start of the 2007 recession, according to the latest Erie Leading Index, which was released Oct. 1.

Students Build Trust with Model Truss Bridge

Josh Bouchard, a student at Youngsville Elementary-Middle School, crosses a model truss bridge during a 21st Century Kids program.Students Build Trust with Model Truss Bridge

New Scholarships Increase Funding for Students with Disabilities

A new $100,000 scholarship endowment will significantly expand educational opportunities for students with disabilities at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.

Penn State Behrend Economist Sees Growth in Erie Markets

Erie-region employers have hired more than 2,600 new workers since September, edging closer to pre-recession levels, according to the latest Erie Leading Index, which was released June 19.

Efforts Garner $600,000 NSF Grant, $1 Million in Scholarships

October 17, 2011 – From increased enrollments in STEM fields of study to high student retention rates and a successful mentoring program, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, is doing its part to increase the STEM workforce—thanks to nearly $1.1 million in grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Undergraduate Research Conference to Showcase Student Work

Think changing your car battery is a hassle? Try replacing a battery attached to the International Space Station.

College Named a Military Friendly School

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, is included on a new list honoring the colleges, universities and trade schools that provide the most supportive academic environment for America’s service members, veterans and military spouses.

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