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The Life Sciences Bridge at the University Park campus in spring.
Development and Alumni Relations

A tradition of scientific excellence

Development and Alumni Relations works with current students and alumni to share their stories.

Women's History Month

Join us as we celebrate Women's History Month by sharing stories from women in our very own Penn State community.

Two chemistry graduate students take a break from their research to smile for a photo.

Alumni Newsletter

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Letter from the Dean

A message from Tracy Langkilde, the new Verne M. Willaman Dean of the Eberly College of Science.

Tracy Langkilde photo as dean for the Eberly College of Science.
Eberly College of Science Benefactor Recognition Event

Engage with Eberly

Eberly Science's devoted life, physical, and mathematical sciences alumni are actively engaged in the life of the college.

A group discussion at an alumni mentor event.

Development and Alumni Relations Staff

The We Are sculpture near the Intramural Building.

Recognizing Eberly Science excellence

Eberly College of Science Alumni are high achievers and regularly are recognized for their accomplishments.

Elliav Barr

Dean's Advisory Board

The Dean’s Advisory Board consists of alumni and friends of the college who are prominent leaders in industry and science.

Alumni Society & The Board of Directors

These Eberly Science volunteers build community and advocate for the success of the college and its students.

Hintz Family Alumni Center image for the three column tout component.

Development Committee

Development Committee members serve as ambassadors for the Eberly College of Science

Willaman Bridge between the Life Sciences and Chemistry Building at the University Park Campus.
We Are sculpture at Penn State.
Student members of the Science LionPride pose for a photo in 2019.
Science LionPride

A student ambassador group representing the Eberly College of Science to prospective students, parents, and Eberly College of Science alumni.

Verne M Willaman Gateway to the Sciences with Ritenour Building on the left and Thomas Building on the right.

If you are interested in discovering the Eberly College of Science, you can do so by scheduling a tour of science facilities.

Science Tours