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The Penn State DuBois Honors Program provides scholarships and opportunities for students who excel academically to participate in specialized courses and activities, allowing them to engage at a higher level.
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THON Dancers for 2019.

Three dancers to represent DuBois at THON

The 2019 Penn State DuBois THON dancers have been chosen. K.J. Long, Tristen Bressler, and Jamie Turner will represent DuBois at THON 2019, set for Feb. 15, until the 17, at the Bryce Jordan Center at University Park. They have been challenged to stay on their feet for 46 hours during the dance marathon at the Bryce Jordan Center on the University Park campus, alongside thousands of students from all Penn State locations.

Ian Kephart and Danielle Fahr Open Doors Scholarship established

Pledging $30,000, husband and wife Ian Kephart and Danielle Fahr Kephart have established an Open Doors Scholarship at Penn State DuBois. As part of the recently concluded Open Doors Scholarship Program, Penn State has made a 2:1 matching contribution to their gift, creating a full $90,000 endowment under the Ian Kephart and Danielle Fahr Open Doors Scholarship.
2018 Penn State DuBois Championship Baseball Team

Penn State DuBois Youth Baseball Clinics set for February

Ball players from the area are welcome to sign up for this year’s Penn State DuBois Youth Baseball Clinics scheduled for Feb. 9, and 10, at the Baseball Bank, 309 Aspen Way, in DuBois. Young athletes will have the opportunity to train with coaches and players from the 2017-18 USCAA Small College World Series Championship Team.

Spaghetti dinner on Jan. 27 to benefit Penn State DuBois baseball

The Penn State DuBois baseball team will host a spaghetti dinner from 1 to 4 p.m. on Jan. 27 at Luigi’s Villa, located at 800 West Weber Ave. in DuBois. The cost per dinner is $10, with all proceeds benefiting the team’s spring trip to the Cal Ripken Experience in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Trust administrators with Chancellor McBride and Director of Development Jean Wolf.

Palumbo Charitable Trust Open Doors Scholarship generates a half million dollars

The A.J. and Sigismunda Palumbo Charitable Trust has given $150,000 to establish an Open Doors Scholarship at Penn State DuBois. Having made their initial gift before June 30, 2018, the trust took advantage of the unprecedented 2:1 matching opportunity that was available with the Open Doors Scholarship Program. This means the University matched the Palumbo gift with an additional $300,000, creating a full $450,000 endowment.