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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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Dereck Majors, Hailey Roberson and Julia Benim, pictured left to right, are three students enrolled in EDTHP 115A: Competing Rights: Issues in American Education.

Behrend course explores relationship of politics, schools and society

Offered as part of Penn State Behrend’s Elementary and Early Childhood Education program, EDTHP 115A: Competing Rights: Issues in American Education helps students understand how schools are influenced by politics and society. Almost every key educational issue is covered in the course.
"Me Too" founder Tarana Burke speaks at Penn State Behrend

Heard on Campus: 'Me Too' founder Tarana Burke at Penn State Behrend

Tarana Burke, founder of the "Me Too" movement, discussed the nation's shifting response to sexual violence and workplace harassment during an April 17 Speaker Series program at Penn State Behrend. "You have to take what you have to make what you need," she said.

Students recognized at Excellence in Student Leadership and Service Awards

Penn State Behrend recognized its student leaders last week during the annual Excellence in Student Leadership and Service Awards.
A Penn State Behrend faculty member uses a computer simulation while working with a student.

Software gifts advance student learning at Penn State Behrend

In-kind gifts of software from global IT solutions provider Siemens are giving engineering and business students at Penn State Behrend access to three industry-leading design and manufacturing management platforms. Two additional gifts of software from RoboDK Inc. and Riskalyze Inc. likewise are benefiting students.
A Penn State Behrend runner competes in an indoor race.

Behrend track teams dominate home invitational

Penn State Behrend’s track and field teams dominated the Behrend Invitational on April 20, winning 13 events in both the men’s and women’s divisions. Both teams will compete in the Colonial States Athletic Conference championships on May 4.
Nearly 60 high school students from five school districts attended the second-annual High School Model United Nations Conference, held Friday, April 12 at Penn State Behrend. The event was sponsored by the college’s Model UN Club.

Penn State Behrend hosts second annual Model UN Conference

Nearly 60 high school students from five school districts attended the second-annual High School Model United Nations Conference, held Friday, April 12, at Penn State Behrend. The event was sponsored by the college’s Model UN Club.
Penn State Behrend Baseball player Scott Sada talks to his coach while on base.

Behrend baseball player sets NCAA record for career doubles

Scott Sada, a senior from Saegertown, set the NCAA Division III record for career doubles (82) in a Penn State Behrend baseball win over Medaille.
A portrait of social activist Tarana Burke, founder of the "Me Too" movement.

Founder of 'Me Too' movement to speak at Penn State Behrend

Social activist Tarana Burke will discuss the "Me Too" movement and society's shifting response to sexual violence and workplace harassment when Penn State Behrend's 2018-19 Speaker Series concludes on April 17.