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Five professors from Catholic University and Penn State stand in front of a building in France.

Penn State delegation fostering partnerships abroad

A delegation from three Pittsburgh-area Penn State campuses — including Beaver, Greater Allegheny and New Kensington — will visit two universities in Europe this summer to foster global partnerships and expand the Experiential Digital Global Engagement, or EDGE, program.
Five professors from Catholic University and Penn State stand in front of a building in France.

Penn State Beaver, GA, NK delegation in Europe

A delegation from Penn State's western campuses stopped at the Catholic University in Lille, France. Pictured here, left to right, are: Céline Blondeau, vice dean of management, economics, and sciences at Catho Lille; Bernice Cerasaro, assistant teaching professor in business at Penn State Greater Allegheny; Yang Xu, associate professor of business at Penn State New Kensington; Dan Smith, assistant teaching professor of business at Penn State Beaver; and Véronique Flambard, rising vice dean at Catho, Lille.

Girl looking at beaker filled half way with red liquid.

Penn State Greater Allegheny receives grant to teach girls interested in STEM

Penn State Greater Allegheny has been awarded a grant to help those interested in G.U.I.D.E.S. — Girls Undertaking Interest in Design, Engineering, and Science — a program set for June 18-22.
Courtney Young

Courtney Young: Penn State Faculty Profiles in Diversity and Inclusion

Penn State’s Courtney Young, head librarian at the J. Clarence Kelly Library at Penn State Greater Allegheny and professor of women’s studies, draws on her diverse background and passion for teaching and learning to encourage those around her to foster an environment that is welcoming of diversity, change and collaboration.
Student pose for Photo in Texas.

Penn State students aid help in Hurricane Harvey relief

Penn State students from around the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania gave up their Spring Break to instead opt-in for an alternative spring break assisting in the Hurricane Harvey relief. Penn State Greater Allegheny (PSUGA) was one of the participating campuses.
Penn State students take a group photo with local residents from Beaumont Texas.

Penn State students Aid Help in Hurricane Harvey Relief

Penn State students from around the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania gave up their Spring Break to opt for an Alternative Spring Break assisting in the Hurricane Harvey relief. Penn State Greater Allegheny (PSUGA) was one of the participating campuses.

Tarana Burke

Tarana Burke

 Distinguished Speaker Series featuring Tarana Burke Streaming of Tarana’s speech will be available Thursday, March 22, at 8:00 p.m. EDT  

Regis and Barbara Becker

Regis and Barbara Becker fund scholarship at Penn State Greater Allegheny

Regis Becker, alumnus and chief ethics and compliance officer at Penn State, has established an Open Doors Scholarship with wife Barbara. The $30,000 scholarship will be matched 2:1, turning the $30,000 scholarship into a $90,000 scholarship.
Students stand with homeowners outside a Houston residence damaged by Hurricane Harvey.

Penn State students spend break renovating Texas homes damaged by hurricane

More than 100 students from six Penn State campuses spent spring break in Texas, cleaning out homes that were damaged by Hurricane Harvey. "It's easy to repair a house," one said. "It's not as easy to put a home back together."
Two Penn State Behrend students remove a damaged section of wall from a home in Houston.

Behrend ASB trip 2

Two dozen students from Penn State Behrend joined others from five different Penn State campuses to clean homes in Texas that had been damaged by Hurricane Harvey.

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