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October 30: Graduate Programs Open House

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graduate programsPenn State Erie, The Behrend College, will host two open houses this fall for anyone interested in learning more about the college’s graduate degrees.

The meetings will take place at 6 p.m. on two Thursdays, Oct. 16 and 30, in room 180 of the Jack Burke Research and Economic Development Center, 5101 Jordan Road. Parking will be available in the deck located behind Burke Center, off Technology Drive.

October 16: Graduate Programs Open House

Behrend Section: 
School of Science
School of Humanities
School of Engineering
Student Life
School of Business
News & Events
Research and Outreach
Academics
Admissions
Graduate Admissions
MBA
Veterans
Alumni

Graduate programsPenn State Erie, The Behrend College, will host two open houses this fall for anyone interested in learning more about the college’s graduate degrees.

The meetings will take place at 6 p.m. on two Thursdays, Oct. 16 and 30, in room 180 of the Jack Burke Research and Economic Development Center, 5101 Jordan Road. Parking will be available in the deck located behind Burke Center, off Technology Drive.

Mathematician's Visit Leads to Academic Paper

The paper she began in May, during a residency in South Africa, first took shape a year earlier, in the Hammermill Building, where Papiya Bhattacharjee hosted three days of discussion about ordered algebraic structures.

Bhattacharjee, an assistant professor of mathematics at Penn State Behrend, is an expert in point-free topology. That’s the study of the properties that allow geometric figures to bend or stretch without breaking. It’s how computers are programmed to make decisions.

Penn State Behrend Funds More than $53K in Fall Research

Penn State Behrend is funding more than $53,000 in undergraduate research this fall. Students from more than 30 majors are participating in the studies, working directly with faculty mentors.

Biology students will begin a four-year effort to catalog insect species collected on the 854-acre Penn State Behrend campus. DNA samples will be extracted from each insect and shared with the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario, where DNA barcodes are used to improve species discovery and identification.

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