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Baba Waples

Waples selected as USBWA Division III men's player of the week

Penn State Berks senior guard Baba Waples was selected as the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) Division III National Men's Basketball Player of the Week.
Chancellor Hillkirk at the opening ceremony of the new Adult and Veterans Lounge, located in Gaige Technology and Business Innovation Building.

Student Veterans Lounge held grand opening

Part of nationwide Vet Center Initiative by Student Veterans of America and The Home Depot Foundation to support veteran centers on college campuses
Penn State Berks Women's Soccer Team

A Sweet ’16 Season to Remember

The team earned the distinction of becoming the first program at Penn State Berks to secure a spot in the national rankings as they earned the No. 19 spot in the final NSCAA poll of the 2016 season.
Aniyia Willams

Functional style

Penn State and Schreyer Honors College alumna Aniyia Williams is the founder and CEO of Tinsel, a company that manufactures electronic devices that also serve as fashion accessories.
Joseph Sinclair talks about 3-D printing

Langan LaunchBox debut announces initiatives to boost local economy

Community members and county officials joined Penn State Berks faculty, staff, and students, as well as Penn State Health St. Joseph physicians and administrators, for the inaugural event announcing the Langan LaunchBox on Oct. 25, 2016. Attendees visited the new center, located within Penn State Health St. Joseph’s Downtown Campus, and learned about the initiatives that will be funded by the $50,000 seed grant awarded to Penn State Berks, in partnership with Penn State Health St.

PEPP Students

College Celebrates 25 Years of PEPP

Penn State Educational Partnership Program is a partnership between Penn State Berks and the Reading School District
A student checks on her sustainabilite beehive project

Penn State Berks students put environmental awareness at forefront

The Penn State Berks campus offers the perfect setting for connecting with nature, as well as a unique opportunity for students and faculty to explore environmental issues.
Denise Castro, student marshal for the afternoon ceremony, leads the graduates through the reception line of faculty, staff, administrators, and platform party members celebrating their achievement.

Berks graduates largest class in history of college

A new class of Penn State Berks students–its largest graduating class to date–earned their baccalaureate and associate degrees on Saturday, May 7, 2016, when the college hosted its spring 2016 commencement ceremonies.
Launick Saint-Fort

Saint-Fort to complete NIH Fellowship in Infectious Disease

It has been a long and winding road from Haiti to graduation for Launick Saint-Fort, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology major. She came to the United States with her family when she was just eleven years old, and worked for a few years before enrolling in Penn State Berks.

Cassandra Carnell checks her bee boxes on campus

Berks bees subject of student’s independent study

What does the study of honey bees have to do with pollen variations and seasonal allergies?