Penn State DuBois Wildlife Technology students will lead the 2021 “Walk in Penn’s Woods” beginning at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 3, at Camp Mountain Run. Throughout the custom 2-mile hike the group will be introduced to approximately 25 species of woody plants.
Members of the Wildlife Leadership Academy recently spent a day exploring their educational options at Penn State DuBois. Faculty and staff at the campus welcomed 17 academy students in grades 10-12 from school districts across Pennsylvania and other states for an in-depth look at the Penn State DuBois Wildlife Technology Program.
Penn State DuBois Continuing and Community Education has scheduled a variety of courses this fall that are available to all members of the community interested in learning new skills that could enrich their lives or further their careers.
In remembrance of those who lost their lives during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and their tragic aftermath, events and resources are being offered for Penn State campus and community members across the commonwealth for the 20th commemoration.
Amy Fatula, academic fieldwork coordinator and assistant teaching professor in the Penn State DuBois Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) Program at Penn State DuBois, has been elected to the Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association Board of Directors as the OTA at large representative for the state.
Local manufacturers, students and entrepreneurs now have an opportunity to produce prototypes and reengineered parts utilizing the advanced additive manufacturing equipment now located at Penn State DuBois. The state-of-the-art Makerspace and Idea Lab will be available to students, entrepreneurs and existing companies looking to expand their innovative environment starting this fall.
Longtime campus supporters David and Deborah Ross have established a new endowment that will support efforts of the North Central PA LaunchBox powered by Penn State DuBois. The Dr. David S. and Deborah M. Ross LaunchBox Endowment at Penn State DuBois was established with the couple’s initial $100,000 pledge, and Penn State will match that amount, resulting in a $200,000 endowment supporting the LaunchBox.