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Penn State DuBois freshmen and former Wildlife Leadership Academy student Zach Redmond

Campus welcomes future leaders in wildlife conservation

Faculty and staff at Penn State DuBois welcomed members of the Wildlife Leadership Academy on Sept. 18, providing a look at educational options available to those looking to start careers in wildlife conservation and research. In all, 15 students between the ages of 14 and 17 visited the campus to learn more about the Wildlife Technology Degree program at Penn State DuBois.
The 2017-18 Penn State DuBois Baseball Team.

Baseball team ramping up for Fall Ball, promising spring season

The Penn State DuBois baseball team kicks off a short, three-date fall ball season this Saturday, Sept. 16, at Slippery Rock. They'll also take on Pitt Bradford on Sept. 23, and Westmoreland County Community College on Sept. 30, both also on the road. The fall season will help to prepare players for what Head Coach Tom Calliari says looks to be a promising spring, which will end with hosting the United States Collegiate Athletic Association's (USCAA) Small College World Series at Showers Field in DuBois.

Penn State DuBois runners compete in Pittsburgh 5K

The Penn State DuBois cross country program continues a tradition of excellence with new runners and a new season. This past weekend, two of the runners, Rebecca Maine and Nolan Fairman, participated in the 3rd Annual Pittsburgh Aruna Run. Aruna races are sponsored by The Aruna Project, which is a non-profit organization that brings and sustains freedom through employment marked by holistic care to sexually exploited women in India.
The 2017 Penn State DuBois Volleyball Team.

Volleyball starts strong in season opener

The Penn State DuBois Women's Volleyball team opened their season with a 3-0 win against Penn Highlands Community College on Saturday. The first of two games went down to the wire, but the Lady Lions pulled off both wins by scores of 26-24 and 27-25. In the third game, the Lady Lions settled in and won convincingly by a score of 25-12.
Penn State DuBois engineering student Kurt Diehl, left, presents a portion of the BEST Robotics course

National BEST Robotics Competition kicks off at Penn State DuBois

For the fourth year in a row, a national robotics competition for middle and high school students is taking place at Penn State DuBois. An official kickoff for the 2017 BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology) Robotics Competition took place in the student union Sept. 9. The competition is set for Oct. 20-21 in the campus gymnasium.