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Behrend baseball team sweeps Muskingum

Penn State Behrend’s baseball team swept Muskingum in a nonconference doubleheader, winning 8-4 and 7-5. With two outs in the 10th inning, the team scored four runs to win the opener. The college’s softball, volleyball, tennis and water polo teams also were in action last week. Here are the highlights.
A portrait of Linda Bernardi, former Chief Innovation Officer at IBM

Heard on Campus: Former IBM executive Linda Bernardi at Penn State Behrend

Linda Bernardi, the former chief innovation officer at IBM, discussed artificial intelligence and the "Internet of Things" at a recent Penn State Behrend Speaker Series event. "In the future, brands aren't going to exist," she said. "The consumer experience is the only thing that will matter."
As a trumpet soloist, Mary Elizabeth Bowden has been called “an exquisite player whose polished tone is heard in ample supply.”

Kassia Ensemble with Mary Bowden to perform April 10 at Penn State Behrend

On Wednesday, April 10, the Kassia Ensemble with Mary Bowden will perform one of their first concerts together at Penn State Behrend as part of Music at Noon: The Logan Series. Their concert takes place at noon in McGarvey Commons, in the college’s Reed Union Building.
Adult graduate and family at commencement

Upcoming admissions events for new and returning adult learners

Adults considering starting or returning to higher education are invited to attend one of eight spring admissions events at Penn State Behrend.
Lion in front of Burke Research and Economic Development Center

Spring admissions open house at Penn State Behrend is Saturday, April 6

Penn State Behrend will hold its annual spring admissions open house for prospective students on Saturday, April 6.
photo collage of four images showing tall slender machines that print short stories on thin strips of paper

Libraries' new regional short story dispensers double Penn State writers' reach

As Penn State University Libraries launches into its third University-wide Libraries Short Stories writing contest, previous Penn State authors’ winning works now have twice the potential to be printed and read across Pennsylvania, with the University Libraries’ installation of new Short Edition story dispensers at five of its Commonwealth Campus libraries.
A portrait of Rachael Rose Steil

Former athlete now advocates for those struggling with eating disorders

At Aquinas College, where she was an All-American runner, Rachael Rose Steil once lived on a diet of 30 bananas a day. She will discuss how athletes struggle with food issues during a March 13 program at Penn State Behrend.