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DuBois contributes nearly $25K to THON's $10 million total

As the Penn State DuBois dancers continue to rest up after their 46 hour effort at THON, the totals are being calculated. So far, DuBois has $24,234 in contributions to THON 2018's university-wide total of $10,151,663.
Julia Test and Kendall Lashinsky

Hair Auction Nets Thousands for THON

A total of $7,013 was raised for THON on Thursday evening at the Penn State DuBois THON Dancer Sendoff Dinner. A silent auction, and the main event, a hair auction, brought in these funds that top off the campus total to date of $22,567 raised towards THON's university wide effort for this year.
Examining the composition of powder metal samples under the new scanning electronic microscope.

Electronic microscope offers new opportunities for students, industry

Thanks to a gift from a generous donor, Penn State DuBois engineering students and faculty have another way to distinguish themselves as members of an outstanding program. A new scanning electronic microscope, now housed in the engineering labs, is available, meeting a variety of needs, and bringing some research capabilities in line with labs at University Park.

DuBois women's basketball team ends season 15-9

The Penn State DuBois Women’s basketball team entered their game against the number two seeded team in the PSUAC, Penn State Lehigh Valley, knowing that a win was needed to advance into the PSUAC playoffs. Three solid quarters by DuBois was not enough as Lehigh Valley came up big in the fourth quarter to secure a 67-56 win to end DuBois’s season.
Chancellor M. Scott McBride accepts a check for the establishment of an Open Doors Scholarship from Farmers National Bank

Farmers National Bank supports Open Doors scholarship program

The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton has made a $30,000 contribution to Penn State DuBois in support of The Open Doors Scholarship Program. This endowment will provide financial assistance to students who are attending the DuBois campus and involved in the pilot programs.
Ross Kester and Mary Ruth Wilson

Donors 'open doors' for education with Penn State program

Donors who choose to support the education of students through scholarship programs have an opportunity to make a much larger impact through a program currently offered by Penn State. The Open Doors Scholarship Program offers a permanent 2:1 match for gifts made to help students with financial need. This means a gift of $30,000 by a donor becomes $90,000 with Penn State's match. The program is only available for a limited window of time, through April 30.
THON Dancers 2018

Public invited to THON Dancer Send-off Dinner, Hair Auction

Members of the Community are invited to help support the efforts of THON by attending the Dancer Send-off Dinner and Hair Auction slated for 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 15, in the student union at Penn State DuBois.
Invent Penn State

University awards $200,000 in Invent Penn State seed grants to four campuses

Penn State announced $200,000 in new seed grant funding as part of the University's Invent Penn State Initiative. The four campuses receiving grants — Beaver, DuBois, Greater Allegheny and Hazleton — bring to 21 the number of Innovation Hubs across the Commonwealth.
From left to right, Leandra Demarco; Keith Smith, president director of Haven House; Ryan Lingle; Michaelene Hawley, Haven House director; and Duncan LaValle.

DuBois student 'Sleep Out' raises money for area shelter

Penn State DuBois students recently presented a $2,500 check to representatives from Haven House in DuBois. They raised the money through their "Sleep Out to end Homelessness," organized by the campus Service Above Self Club.

Two days, two wins for DuBois men's basketball

In the second game in as many days, Penn State DuBois men’s basketball came away with a 90-87 win over visiting Penn State Schuylkill. Schuylkill, who didn’t play the night before, lead 13-11 6 minutes into the game. DuBois looked to find their legs after winning against Penn State Hazleton 81-69 the night before. Both sides would battle for the rest of the first half, at the buzzer freshman PG Kendrick Maye (Woodbridge, Virginia) would nail a pull up 3 point shot that Steph Curry would be proud of.

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