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Students displayed signs along Route 255 in front of campus during a reintegrative shaming exercise.

Students experience reintegrative shaming in criminology project

Students in the Penn State DuBois Administration of Justice program recently got a real-world lesson on a trending form of punishment known as reintegrative shaming. While none of the students actually committed any crimes, their assignment required them to wear signs describing a crime in order to simulate punishment.

New course offerings at DuBois will help students prepare for medical careers

New course and lab offerings available for the first time at Penn State DuBois will help local students aspiring to work in healthcare fields receive more of their education close to home. Beginning in the Spring 2019 semester, Penn State DuBois will offer Chem 212 and Chem 213, which are Organic Chemistry, and a lab in Organic Chemistry.
Neyda Abreu

Faculty member tapped for international study with Japanese Space Agency

Penn State DuBois Associate Professor of Mathematics and Geoscience Neyda Abreu has earned the opportunity of a lifetime. She has been invited to join an international research team with the Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) to analyze material collected from asteroids during space missions. Abreu described the opportunity, saying, “I have just been given the chance to touch a thread in the fabric of the universe.”
The Penn State DuBois volleyball team at the USCA Nationals.

Penn State DuBois volleyball, cross-country teams make nationals

The Penn State DuBois volleyball and cross-country teams had a very successful fall as they both earned spots at the United State Collegiate (USCAA) National Championship events in their perspective sports. Both competed in Virginia Beach, Virgina, over this past week.
Unveiling the veterans monument.

Memorial dedicated during Penn State DuBois Veterans Day ceremony

A monument honoring all students, past, present and future, who serve or have served in the armed forces was dedicated during a Veterans Day ceremony on Monday, Nov. 12, at Penn State DuBois. The granite, keystone-shaped stone features the seals of all five branches of the U.S. military, as well as an inscription memorializing the campus' student-veterans.
Brad Lashinsky

Brad Lashinsky to lead DuBois innovation hub

Brad Lashinsky has been appointed as the program director for the entrepreneurship and innovation hub at Penn State DuBois, part of the Invent Penn State initiative. Lashinsky's appointment is effective Jan. 1, 2019. He also will serve as a lecturer in business at the DuBois campus.
Vendors and students interact at the Assistive Technology Fair.

Assistive Technology Fair showcases equipment for those with disabilities

An Assistive Technology Fair was held at Penn State DuBois on Thursday, hosted jointly by the campus Occupational Therapy Club and the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry's Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR). The event featured a dozen vendors from around the area who offer specialized equipment to assist people with special needs in completing tasks around their home, in the classroom, or at work.
 The Stand Against Hate Rally on November 7.

Penn State DuBois stands against hate

The Penn State DuBois community rallied against hate in all forms on Wednesday, Nov. 7, with the Stand Against Hate Rally. Students peacefully demonstrated on campus, and along Route 255 in front of campus, carrying signs that expressed ideals of peace and tolerance.
Global Entrepreneurship Week Logo

Penn State DuBois celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week

Penn State DuBois will take part in Global Entrepreneurship Week, Nov. 6-15, by hosting several livestreamed events and welcoming local business leaders into the classroom to introduce students to entrepreneurial opportunities in our region.
Santa and Mrs. Clause visit with children.

Make reservations for Breakfast with Santa at Penn State DuBois

Santa and Mrs. Claus will once again make a stop at Penn State DuBois this Christmas season for the 24th annual Breakfast with Santa. Time slots for breakfast will be available between 8 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8, in the Hiller Building Student Union.