Cezary Mikoluk, a senior majoring in biochemistry and molecular biology at Penn State Berks, received top honors in the undergraduate poster award competition at the 58th Annual Drosophila Research Conference in San Diego, California, held March 29-April 2.
The Penn State Berks Sustainability Team, led by Mahsa Kazempour, associate professor of science education, is hosting a variety of activities and events in April for the college’s second annual Sustainability Month celebration.
Penn State Berks students received recognition for their scholarly accomplishments at the University Scholastic Awards Ceremony on April 6. Forty-five students were honored with awards, which included the Evan Pugh Scholars Award, the President Sparks Award and the President’s Freshman Award.
During their Alternative Spring Break trip, students from Penn State Berks entered Auschwitz as curious scholars and left with a greater appreciation for the horrors of war, and in particular, the Holocaust.
Penn State Berks is making its mark in the field of theoretical nuclear physics research by becoming the only undergraduate institution of higher education in the nation to receive a highly competitive grant from the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (JLab) to partially fund a new professor position through JLab’s prestigious Bridge Program.
Earth Day is Saturday, April 22, but Penn State will celebrate Earth Day(s) with a variety of events for students, faculty, staff and the community throughout April. Activities are scheduled across the Commonwealth at many of Penn State's campuses, from Berks to University Park to Shenango.
Penn State Berks students received recognition for their scholarly accomplishments at the University Scholastic Awards Ceremony on April 6. The awards presented included the President’s Freshman Award, the President Sparks Award, and the Evan Pugh Scholar Award.