Issue 2 of the 2022 Science Journal explores many of the activities—both virtual and in person—that have strengthened the college community over the last year. Here, we highlight several of these efforts.
Study abroad makes its big return.
The 2021-2022 academic year marked the return of two study abroad courses in the college, including a trip as part of the Topical Ecology course to Costa Rica and a separate study abroad program focused on anatomy in Italy.
Prehealth Summer Bridge Program gives incoming students a leg up.
The college’s inaugural summer bridge program allowed undergraduates from historically underrepresented groups to build a community as they prepared for their first semester.
In-person summer activities return to Eberly.
We highlight some of our favorite photos from this summer’s Science-U programs and the Penn State SETI symposium.
Summer learning for grad students in astrostatistics and astroinformatics.
Two summer schools hosted by the Penn State Center for Astrostatistics had almost 500 participants and showcased Penn State expertise.
Eberly College of Science concludes fundraising cycle as part of University’s ‘A Greater Penn State’ campaign.
As the six-year campaign comes to a close, we reflect on the many ways that that gifts to the college have impacted the college community.