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Summer Youth Programs Announced

This summer, the Penn State DuBois Arts, Science and Technology Institute will offer seven youth camps during the weeks of June 12-16, and June 19-23, 2017, for students entering grades 7 - 12.

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Penn State DuBois Golf Benefit planned for Sept. 22

Area golfers are invited to sign up a team for the Eighth Annual Penn State DuBois Golf Benefit, hosted by the DuBois Educational Foundation. This four-person scramble is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 22, at the Treasure Lake Silver Course. Registration will begin at 10:30 a.m., and lunch will be provided prior to a shotgun start at noon.
The Penn State DuBois Engineering Group in Las Vegas.

Six Penn State DuBois students attend international powder metal conference

For the Penn State DuBois General Engineering Program, what happens in Vegas doesn't just stay there; it's heard around the world. Six students from the program attended the international conference on powder metallurgy, POWDERMET 2017, this summer in Las Vegas, Nevada, and presented research. Their participation in the conference was made possible by a student grant from the National Science Foundation, a grant the students qualified for due to the merit of the research they're conducting within their degree program.
James Frisbie and Rick Roush

College of Ag Sciences names outstanding students for 2017

Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences recognized the recipient of the Outstanding Senior Award, as well as Outstanding Students in golf course turfgrass management, forest technology and wildlife technology for the 2016-17 academic year.
Alec Baker bear research

Student receives grant for research into black bear impact on agriculture

Alec Baker has had a lifelong interest and passion for the outdoors and its inhabitants, especially black bears. This passion set the Clarion native on a path to enroll in the Wildlife Technology degree program at Penn State DuBois, and eventually led him to earn the Erikson Discovery Grant from Penn State's Office of Undergraduate Education.
Associate Professor of Mathematics and Geosciences Byron Parizek.

Parizek receives Faculty Scholar Award

Penn State DuBois Associate Professor of Mathematics and Geosciences Byron Parizek has been honored with the University College Faculty Scholar Award. In its inaugural year, the award will be given annually to a full-time or part-time faculty member in Penn State's 14-campus University College system who has demonstrated excellence in research, scholarship and/or creative accomplishments. It is also in recognition of significant and sustained contribution of research, scholarship and creative accomplishments accumulated during their employment at Penn State, as well as with undergraduate students, and to those who have had a significant impact on their academic field of study.