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DuBois Area Sweeps BEST Robotics Competition at Penn State DuBois

DuBois Area High School has taken first place in the BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology) Robotics Competition held Saturday in the gymnasium at Penn State DuBois. Not only did the team come out on top of the overall BEST competition, but they captured first place in several of the sub-competitions, including the specific robotics course contest, the engineering notebook, the software award, and the marketing portion. Second and third Place spots in the overall BEST Competition went to Redbank Valley and Cranberry Area, respectively.
Chancellor M. Scott McBride accepts a check from Pam Walsh of CBT.

CBT Bank continues support for Penn State DuBois

CBT Bank of Clearfield has made an additional gift of $5,000 to CBT Scholarship at Penn State DuBois. The bank has pledged to make annual contributions to the fund, which will be distributed in its entirety to qualifying students each year.
Chancellor M. Scott McBride with Assistant Professor of Engineering Ram Rajagopalan

DuBois chancellor, engineering faculty welcomed by Rotary

In a continuing effort to strengthen community relationships, Penn State DuBois Chancellor M. Scott McBride, as well as Assistant Professor of Engineering Ram Rajagopalan, made presentations to the Rotary Club of DuBois at the group's meeting on Oct. 17.
Member of the HDFS Club

Students donate items for area children

Members of the Penn State DuBois Human Development and Family Studies Club paid a visit to the Child Advocacy Center in Clearfield on Oct. 13. They donated scarves, gloves and hats for children in need. They also received a tour of the facility, and met with Director Mary Tatum, as well as Clearfield County District Attorney Bill Shaw.
Gabby Wolff

DuBois volleyball team defeats conference rival Beaver 3-1

In an exciting match the Penn State DuBois Lady Lions defeated Penn State Beaver 3-1 this week. The DuBois Lady Lions pulled out the first two sets 25-19 and 25-18. In the third set Beaver rallied back to 23-21 to win the set 25-23. However, DuBois rallied back and won the fourth game convincingly by a score of 25-10.