Research and Outreach

Young People’s Chorus of Erie Performs for Senator Pat Toomey During Summer Tour

YPC Erie performed an impromptu concert for Senator Pat Toomey as part of its summer tour.The Young People’s Chorus of Erie, a youth outreach program of Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, performed an impromptu concert for Senator Pat Toomey at the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C. as part of its annual summer tour last week.

2014 Penn State Behrend - Sigma Xi Undergraduate Student Research and Creative Accomplishment Conference

 

The twenty-third annual conference, held on April 12, 2014, included 164 presentations, 248 students, and 136 faculty members.

 

Students either presented their research and creative accomplishments in the form of oral presentations or as poster displays. The quality and sophistication of the student work increases every year. Unless noted, students are from Penn State Behrend.

 

Awards were given to the following students:

 

BEST ORAL PRESENTATION – BIOLOGY I

Young People's Chorus of Erie Begins Summer Tour Monday, June 16

YPC Erie begins its summer tour Monday, June 16.The Young People’s Chorus of Erie, a youth outreach program of Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, will embark on a summer tour beginning Monday, June 16.

1999-2000 Academic Year Undergraduate Research Grants

 

Each grant lists individual student researcher(s) with respective cooperating faculty member(s) in parenthesis.

 

 

School of Business
 

Candace Klein (Diane Parente and Michael Ishman) - $760
“Electronic Supply Chain Management Research: 1989-1998”

 

School of Humanities & Social Sciences
 

Anne Rajotte (Gregory Morris) - $500
“Allen Ginsberg’s America: Naomi Ginsberg’s Influence on Identity”
 

2000-2001 Academic Year Undergraduate Research Grants

 

Each grant lists individual student researcher(s) with respective cooperating faculty member(s) in parenthesis.

 

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

2001-2002 Academic Year Undergraduate Research Grants

 

Each grant lists student researcher(s) with respective cooperating faculty member(s) in parenthesis.

 

School of Business

2002-2003 Academic Year Undergraduate Research Grants

 

Each grant lists student researcher(s) with respective cooperating faculty member(s) in parenthesis.

 

School of Business

Amy L. Hunter (James Kurre) - $700
“What Causes Manufacturing Productivity to Vary from Place to Place?”
 

Dane C. Youkers (Syed Saad Andaleeb) - $700
“Satisfaction with Nursing Homes”

 

School of Engineering and Engineering Technology

2003-2004 Academic Year Undergraduate Research Grants

 

Each grant lists student researcher(s) with respective cooperating faculty member(s) in parenthesis.

 

School of Business
 

Angela Fetzner (Diane Parente and Mary Beth Pinto) - $700
“High School Students and Credit Cards: Consumer Socialization and Financial Awareness”
 

Barton L. Towell (Randy Brown and Diane Parente) - $700
“Adoption of a New Technology: Applying a Model for Analyzing and Assessing Readiness for Change"
 

2004-2005 Academic Year Undergraduate Research Grants

 

Each grant lists student researcher(s) with respective cooperating faculty member(s) in parenthesis.

 

School of Business

 

Jeremiah Riethmiller (James Kurre) - $700
“Follow the Leader: Creating a Leading Index for the Erie Economy”

 

 

School of Engineering and Engineering Technology
 

Lisa Buziewicz (Oladipo Onipede) - $700
“Stability and Vibration of Electrostatically Driven Actuators”
 

2005-2006 Academic Year Undergraduate Research Grants

 

Each grant lists student researcher(s) with respective cooperating faculty member(s) in parenthesis

 

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
 

Jeremiah Riethmiller (James Kurre) - $700
“Identifying Individual Economic Indicators for a Leading Index for the Erie MSA”

 

 

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY