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With the addition of Trippe Hall, Penn State Behrend can now house nearly 2,000 students on campus. That's good news for the Class of 2022, which includes students from 20 foreign countries.
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An aerial view of Erie's bayfront

'An all-hands-on-deck effort'

This year's ERIE conference connected the organizers of several economic revitalization efforts in the region. "The economy absolutely is changing," one said.
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Penn State Behrend volleyball player Lexi Irwin sets the ball.

Loss to Elizabethtown snaps Penn State Behrend volleyball streak

A loss to Elizabethtown snapped a seven-match winning streak for the Penn State Behrend volleyball team. Setter Lexi Irwin, a senior from Greensburg, was named the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference athlete of the week for the third time this season.
George Emanuele

Finance Speaker Series to focus on all-time-high equity markets

George Emanuele, who is an executive-in-residence in the Black School of Business, will deliver the presentation “Perspective on the Economy and Financial Markets” at Penn State Behrend at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29.
Six former student-athletes are honored at the Penn State Behrend Athletics Hall of Fame ceremony.

Former student-athletes earn places in Penn State Behrend Hall of Fame

Six former student-athletes were inducted into the Penn State Behrend Athletics Hall of Fame on Sept. 29. The college’s 1993 softball and women’s basketball teams also were honored.
A man in a warehouse looks through a virtual-reality headset.

NSF funds three-year study of virtual-reality engineering simulations

Researchers at Penn State Behrend and University Park are developing a virtual-reality simulation that will place engineering students in an interactive and immersive manufacturing environment. The National Science Foundation is supporting the project with nearly $300,000 in funding.
Darren Williams, a professor of astronomy and astrophysics at Penn State Behrend, and Jim Gavio, director of the college’s Yahn Planetarium, will host a special telescope fundamentals session when Open House Nights in Astronomy returns to the college on Thursday, Oct. 4.

Telescope fundamentals session to be held at Penn State Behrend

Darren Williams, a professor of astronomy and astrophysics, and Jim Gavio, director of the college’s Yahn Planetarium, will host a special telescope fundamentals session when Open House Nights in Astronomy returns to Penn State Behrend on Thursday, Oct. 4.
Penn State Behrend golfer Mark Peters hits the ball.

Behrend golfers finish second at Oswego and Bowen invitationals

The men's golf team at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, shot a two-day score of 304 to place second at the Oswego Invitational. Noah Kunst, a senior from Kittanning, tied for second overall. A day later, Mark Peters, a junior from Mercer, tied for second at the James M. Bowen Invitational.