Penn State Behrend

Trail project launches Wintergreen Gorge preservation effort

Penn State Behrend is leading a coordinated effort to protect and preserve Wintergreen Gorge, a Natural Heritage Area on and adjacent to the Behrend campus.
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Building the future

Penn State Behrend will host the 2019 International Advanced Manufacturing Research Conference, the largest U.S. forum for manufacturing innovation.
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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 group photo of Penn State Behrend's supermileage team.

Behrend team wins second consecutive SAE supermileage competition

Penn State Behrend's supermileage team repeated as champions at the SAE International Supermileage Challenge, traveling 2,420 miles on a single gallon of gasoline.
A portrait of Courtney Nagle, associate professor of mathematics education at Penn State Behrend

National Science Foundation awards more than $1 million to Behrend researchers

The National Science Foundation has awarded more than $1 million to researchers at Penn State Behrend to develop a pipeline of highly qualified mathematics teachers who are committed to teaching in “high-need” school districts.

Penn State Behrend’s John Roth honored with Atherton Award

John Roth, professor of engineering at Penn State Behrend, was recently recognized with a 2019 George W. Atherton Award for Excellence in Teaching. Named for the University’s seventh president, this university-wide award is presented annually to faculty members who have devoted substantial effort to and developed a record of excellence in undergraduate teaching.
In April, Behrend Baseball player Scott Sada hit his 82nd double against Medaille to become the NCAA Division III all-time leader in career doubles.

Behrend baseball player crushes NCAA Division III record for career doubles

In April, Scott Sada, who graduated from Penn State Behrend with a plastics engineering technology degree, hit his 82nd double against Medaille to become the NCAA Division III all-time leader in career doubles. He would add eight more before the season ended.
The Smith Carillon Concert Series at Penn State Behrend will begin Thursday, July 11, with a performance from Carl Van Eyndhoven, Carillonneur of the Cities of Tilburg (the Netherlands) and Mol (Belgium).

Penn State Behrend's 2019 Smith Carillon Concert Series to begin July 11

The Smith Carillon Concert Series at Penn State Behrend has announced its 2019 performance schedule. All concerts begin at 7 p.m. and are free and open to the public. Free hot dogs and snacks will be served during the performances.