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Students pause for a photo inside one of the community garden planting boxes they constructed.

Students spend Spring Break rejuvenating communities in need

A group of 15 Penn State DuBois students opted to spend their Spring Break in service to others in need. This year's annual Alternative Spring Break trip took the students to parts of the Appalachia Region, including Williamson, West Virginia and Pikeville, Kentucky.

Job seekers invited to attend career fair at Penn State DuBois

Professionals who are searching for jobs with area companies are invited to attend a career fair at Penn State DuBois in March. This career event will focus on opportunities in industries and career fields that are thriving in central Pennsylvania, such as human services, business management, engineering, marketing and more.

Lion Wine and Cheese benefit auction planned for April 8

The 10th annual DuBois Educational Foundation Lion Wine and Cheese fundraiser to support Penn State DuBois athletic and student events is planned for 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. April 8 at Luigi's Villa, the former home of the DuBois Lithuanian Club, at 800 West Weber Ave.
THON Dancers for 2017.

DuBois makes campus-record contribution to $10 million THON total

Penn State DuBois' THON committee has once again broken its own record in raising funds to support the University-wide efforts of THON, which was held Feb. 17-19 at the Bryce Jordan Center at University Park. DuBois raised $27,616.47 this year to rank No. 9 among Commonwealth Campus locations for funds raised.

Seed grants foster engineering research collaborations among Penn State campuses

Penn State’s Office of the Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses and College of Engineering have created a seed grant program to foster research collaborations between engineering faculty at the University Park campus and at the Commonwealth Campuses.
More than 70 young players turned out for Penn State DuBois Youth Baseball Clinics

Penn State DuBois players, coaches host youth baseball clinics

More than 70 area youngsters took part in youth baseball clinics this weekend, hosted by Penn State DuBois baseball players and coaches. The clinics were held at the Baseball Bank, an independent indoor training facility in DuBois, on Sunday. Clinics focused on hitting, pitching, and defense, and were tailored to specific age groups.
The Penn State DuBois Baseball Team

DuBois sluggers shaping up for spring season

Penn State DuBois' head baseball coach Tom Calliari has announced the roster for the spring 2017 season, which he expects to be another winning campaign. The team is riding a high from last year, which ended with a fifth-place finish in the United States Collegiate Athletics Association Small College World Series in Great Falls, New York.
We Are!

Sending a 'We Are!' to these Penn Staters

This week, we recognize five people who go above and beyond what's asked of them in their work at the University. We're sending a "We Are!" to Penn Staters with the College of the Liberal Arts, Communications Sciences & Disorders, Penn State DuBois, the Office of Student Aid and Outreach and Online Education.
Ribbon Cutting ceremony.

Ribbon cutting marks official opening of new Lion's Den Café, Student Union

On Monday, members of the Student Government Association cut the ribbon on the newly renovated Lion's Den Café and the Student Union at Penn State DuBois. Located in the Hiller Building, the Student Union and café areas were just one part of a major renovation project in that building that took place throughout the fall semester. Work was completed in December, making this popular area once again available for student use.
M. Scott McBride

Scott McBride appointed chancellor/chief academic officer at Penn State DuBois

M. Scott McBride, dean of the Caudill College of Arts, Humanities and Sciences at Morehead State University, will assume the role of chancellor and chief academic officer at Penn State DuBois on March 13.

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