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Wilson Jermaine Heredia, center, coaches students Logan Saborsky, left, and Jaret Kelly during a visit to Penn State Behrend's Studio Theatre last month.

Tony Award-winning 'Rent' star visits Penn State Behrend

Tony Award-winning actor Wilson Jermaine Heredia met with cast members of the Penn State Behrend Studio Theatre’s production of “Rent” last month when he visited the college as part of a special master class.
Enterprise Architecture

New graduate degree focuses on evolving business transformation strategies

Applications are being accepted for a new 33-credit master of professional studies in enterprise architecture and business transformation degree. Developed by the College of Information Sciences and Technology in collaboration with the Smeal College of Business, the degree will be offered exclusively online through Penn State World Campus. Courses will begin in fall 2018.
Kyle Kozura

$1.2 million gift provides Penn State Behrend students with access to Moldex3D

Students at Penn State Behrend now have access to Moldex3D, an industry-leading plastics flow simulation program, thanks to a new software gift valued at $1.2 million. The software was donated to the college by Moldex3D, in part because of the reputation of Penn State Behrend’s plastics engineering technology program, one of only six accredited programs in the United States.
Two people, one professor and one student, looking down on the campus' new synthetic cadaver.

Dr. Diane Kuharsky shows Penn State Behrend student Andrew Jones the campus' new SynDaver

Andrew Jones, a Penn State Behrend nursing student, checks out the Shenango campus' new SynDaver with Instructor in Biology Dr. Diane Kuharsky over the summer semester.

Students work in a Penn State Behrend computer lab.

Penn State Behrend computer science program earns ABET accreditation

The computer science program at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, has been accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET. The program is the first computer science program at Penn State to be accredited.
Students work in a computer lab at Penn State Behrend

Behrend computer science program earns accreditation

The computer science program at Penn State Behrend has been accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET. The designation is retroactive to 2015.

Penn State Behrend students Nicole Krahe and OIivia Narciso

Student projects support Erie arts organizations

Community engagement is a core component of our Arts Administration program, which launched in 2012.
Penn State Behrend students Nicole Krahe and Olivia Narciso

Nicole Krahe and Olivia Narciso

Nicole Krahe and Olivia Narciso earned degrees in Arts Administration from Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. Their capstone projects — a networking event and a pop-up exhibition — supported Erie artists and arts organizations.

Penn State Behrend graduates Nicole Krahe and Olivia Narciso

Student projects support Erie artists and cultural organizations

“Art sometimes has this stigma of being out of reach for people,” said Laura Flockerzi, a new graduate of the Arts Administration Program at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. Community projects coordinated by her and other graduates just might change that.

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