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The DuBois Monument

Renovation project will breathe new life into campus landmark

A project scheduled to begin on July 25 will rejuvenate the area around the DuBois Monument, with landscape improvements, lighting and a new fence. Situated above the Penn State DuBois campus on what is referred to as Monument Hill, the granite statue marks the grave site of John DuBois, who founded the town of DuBois, and is topped by a figure of a woman said to represent hope.
Golfers on the green.

Penn State DuBois Golf Benefit planned for Sept. 21

Area golfers are invited to sign up a team for the Ninth Annual Penn State DuBois Golf Benefit, hosted by the DuBois Educational Foundation. This four-person scramble is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 21, at the Treasure Lake Silver Course. Registration will begin at 11:30 a.m., and lunch will be provided prior to a shotgun start at 1 p.m.
Jim and Jean Cretti

Jim and Jean Cretti Open Doors Scholarship established in couple’s memory

The Jim and Jean Cretti Open Doors Scholarship has been established at Penn State DuBois in honor of the late couple. Taking advantage of an unprecedented 2:1 matching opportunity, the Crettis’ son, Jim Jr., created the scholarship in his parents’ names. Jim Jr. is a Penn State alumni and an engineering manager at Northrop Grumman in the Airborne C4ISR Systems Division in Baltimore, Maryland.
Tristan Pierce and Sam Roselli in action on the court.

Campus alumni enter $2 million basketball tournament

Two former Penn State DuBois basketball players are on their way to Los Angeles to play for millions this week. Tristan Pierce and Sam Roselli both joined the DuBois Dream after graduation, where they've had the opportunity to continue playing the sport they love on a professional, minor league level. The Dream has been selected to participate in ESPN's "The Basketball Tournament" (TBT) running this weekend in Los Angeles, California.

Penn State DuBois announces spring 2018 Dean's List

Nearly 200 Penn State DuBois students were named to the Dean's List for the spring 2018 semester. To qualify for the Dean's List, full-time undergraduate students must maintain a 3.5 or higher grade-point average.

Penn State Commonwealth Campuses partner with Nike, BSN Sports

Intercollegiate athletics programs at Penn State’s 19 Commonwealth Campuses have entered into a four-year partnership with Nike through BSN Sports for sports apparel and equipment.
CNB President Joe Bower, right, presents a $30,000 check

CNB Bank creates Open Doors Scholarship for Penn State DuBois students

With a $30,000 pledge, CNB Bank of Clearfield has created an Open Doors Scholarship at Penn State DuBois. The Open Doors Scholarship Program, with donor contributions and University matching funds, has generated nearly $2 million for student scholarships at Penn State DuBois.
The honors group in front of the Fontana del Tritone

DuBois honors students take in history, culture in Italy

A group of four Penn State DuBois honors students had the opportunity of a lifetime at the end of this academic year, as they traveled to Italy to learn about the country's history and culture. The campus honors program offers an international trip each year, affording students the chance to expand their education on a global level.
Instructor in Engineering Stephen Feldbauer, seated, and student Kyle Bear.

Engineering student's research garners international attention

For the second time during his student career in the Penn State DuBois Engineering program, Kyle Bear has had a research article published in a top industry magazine. Having heard of Bear's research in powder metal production processes, editors from "Thermal Processing" reached out to Bear and asked if he could pen an article for them with updates on his progress. His initial article appeared in the American Welding Society's Welding Journal in May of 2017.
Student volunteers at Flight 93 sight.

Students participate in inaugural Flight 93 Memorial Alternative Break

This spring, Penn State DuBois was the first university to participate in the inaugural Alternative Break Service Program at Flight 93 National Memorial near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Although this is the first time the memorial has hosted an alternative break program, students in the Penn State DuBois Wildlife Technology program have participated in work at the site for five years, reclaiming areas that are former strip mines.