Penn State Behrend

Congratulations, graduates!

Penn State Behrend's spring commencement ceremony celebrated the Class of 2019.
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Behrend to renovate historic Federal House

A $6.3 million renovation and expansion of the Federal House will provide a new home for the Susan Hirt Hagen Center for Community Outreach, Research, and Evaluation (CORE).
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Behrend student builds game for Xbox, PlayStation and PC platforms

Videogames are a $135 billion industry. In a market that crowded, can Brian Wilson's "Where the Bees Make Honey" make money?
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Our Impact Keeps Growing

Read and watch how Penn State Behrend is improving the lives of others and advancing the Erie region and beyond.
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A selfie of James and Sandra Schlaudecker on a beach.

New scholarship will help adult learners at Penn State Behrend

James Schlaudecker worked in an auto garage for $1 an hour. Then he enrolled at Penn State Behrend. He and his wife recently created a new scholarship for adult learners at the college.
Penn State Behrend's Braeden Smith competes in the high jump at the AARTFC championships at SUNY Cortland.

Behrend track and field teams finish seasons at SUNY Cortland

Penn State Behrend’s track and field teams competed in the All-Atlantic Region Outdoor Track and Field Championships at SUNY Cortland. The women’s team placed 10th; the men were 11th.
Former Penn State Behrend administrator Ben Lane stands in front of the college's Glenhill Farmhouse

Lane scholarships assist Penn State Behrend students who experience hardship

Ben Lane served as dean of students and director of admissions at Penn State Behrend. New scholarships created by his family will support students who are experiencing hardship.
Penn State Behrend nursing graduate Angela Jenkins stands in the college's rennovated nursing simulation lab.

High-tech simulators (and fishing bait) help students train for nursing work

The high-fidelity patient mannequins in Penn State Behrend's nursing labs can mimic almost any medical emergency. Instructors use wigs, crushed leaves and tissue-paper chicken pox to make the scenarios even more realistic.
Penn State Behrend baseball player Ian Taylor runs the bases.

Losses knock Behrend baseball team from conference tournament

Penn State Behrend’s baseball team exited the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference tournament after losses to La Roche and Penn State Altoona. The team will host the Eastern College Athletic Conference championships, beginning with the semifinals on May 18.