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Students plant trees as part of a habitat restoration

Students partner with conservationists for tree planting, habitat improvement

A group of students in the Penn State DuBois Wildlife Technology program partnered with local and state organizations to help improve the habitat of a wild trout stream in the area. The biggest effort has been in planting trees, which can make surprising changes.
Associate Professor Mary Mino offered a greeting

Honors Convocation recognizes students, faculty, staff

The 79th annual Delta Mu Sigma Honors Convocation at Penn State DuBois recognized outstanding students, faculty, and staff members on April 20 in the campus' Hiller Auditorium. The event is organized each year by members of the Delta Mu Sigma Honors Society.
Arno Michaelis

Michealis to present 'My Life After Hate' for Umbaugh Lecture

A former leader of white supremacist groups, Arno Michaelis, during the Umbaugh Lecture at Penn State DuBois will present his story on how he turned his life around. The event is planned for 12:15 p.m. on Monday, April 23, in the Hiller Auditorium. Made possible by the generosity of Robert and Joyce Umbaugh, the Umbaugh Lecture features a diverse blend of speakers to the campus each year. The lecture is free and open to the public.

Event raises awareness of addiction, substance abuse

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs (ATOD) Awareness Day was held on campus on Tuesday, April 11. The long-standing tradition among students in the Counselor Education courses at Penn State DuBois aims to educate students about the dangers of substance abuse.
The Penn State DuBois softball team

DuBois softball team marks first win

The Penn State DuBois softball team hammered out 16 hits en route to the program's first-ever win by defeating Penn State New Kensington 13-5 on April 10.
Scholarship recipient Laura Ruane had a chance to thank Mark Freemer, who established her scholarship.

Donor impact celebrated at annual luncheon at Penn State DuBois

The generosity of donors and the impact of philanthropy were celebrated at the annual Penn State DuBois Scholarship Luncheon on Tuesday at the DuBois Country Club. The luncheon brings together scholarship recipients with donors, giving them the chance to meet each other, and providing students with the opportunity to personally thank many of the people who made their scholarships possible.
Earth Days 2018

Films, forums and festivals: A guide to Penn State's 2018 Earth Day(s)

Earth Day will be internationally recognized on April 22, but at Penn State, Earth Day(s) will be celebrated throughout the month of April. Students, faculty, staff and members of the community are invited to attend the events. Show your Earth Day spirit on social media by using #PSUEarthDays and visit the Earth Day(s) 2018 website to learn how to get involved.
The Woodmobile

Public invited to celebrate Earth Day at Penn State DuBois

An Earth Day celebration at Penn State DuBois will feature educational exhibits and programs on topics such as sustainability, energy conservation and more. The public is invited to attend the event, free of charge, from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, in the Multipurpose Building Gymnasium.
Scholarship recipient Sean Lauer and Instructor in Wildlife Technology Emily Thomas.

DuBois wildlife technology student receives Wildlife Society scholarship

Penn State DuBois wildlife technology student Sean Lauer is this year's recipient of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Wildlife Society's Frank Felbaum Scholarship. The second-year student from York, Pennsylvania, is the only recipient of the Felbaum Award for 2018, as the highly competitive award is given to only one individual each year.

5K and walk to benefit Penn State DuBois veterans memorial

The Penn State DuBois Veterans Club will hold a 5K run and one-mile walk to benefit the club's fund drive for the installation of a campus veterans memorial. The event is planned for April 21 at the Beaver Meadow Walkway in DuBois.