Research and Outreach

2003 Undergraduate Student Summer Research Fellowships

 

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

 

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Christopher D. Agosti (John Roth) - $1,200
“Cryogenic Treatment of Machine Tools”

2002 Undergraduate Student Summer Research Fellowships

 

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

 

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

●        Sarah L. Campbell (Margaret Thoms and Jana Goodrich) - $1,180
          “Analysis of Recruiting Websites of Fortune 100 Companies to Determine Best Practices”

2001 Undergraduate Student Summer Research Fellowships

 

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

 
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

 

●        Ryan Ferguson (John Fizel) - $1,200
          “Rationale Behind Last Minute Bidding”

 

2000 Undergraduate Student Summer Research Fellowships

 

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

 

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Erica Fouse (Peg Thoms) - $1140
“Analyzing Recruiting Web Sites of the Fortune 100 from the College Student’s Viewpoint”

Jennifer Warner (James Kurre) - $1200
“Identifying Foreign Trade Partners to Stabilize the Erie Economy”

Robert White (Diane Parente) - $1200
“E-Commerce Reverse Auctions”

 

Construction to Begin on $16.5M Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation Center

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, and the Greater Erie Industrial Development Corp., an affiliate of DevelopErie, broke ground on May 15 for a $16.5 million Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation Center, a collaborative research facility that will add classrooms, engineering labs and private industry space to Knowledge Park.

Puppy Love: Business Students Renovate ANNA Pet Shelter

With Mickey, Indy, Mojo and Dottie moved to the yard, Isaiah Boswell had his choice of empty kennels. He started on the right, brooming cobwebs off the tops of the chin-high walls.

“Oh, man,” he said, coughing. “That’s nasty.”

Want to Win in the NHL? Score First -- but not until the Third

The team that scores first has an advantage in a National Hockey League game. That should be obvious: They are, at that point, winning.

The extent of that advantage, however, depends on when the goal is scored. If it comes at any point in the first two periods of a game, the probability that the team scoring first will win is 66.7 percent, said Samantha Key, a mathematics major at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.

“You don't have to rush it,” said Key, a senior from Freeport. “Time isn't really a factor until the third period.”

May 10: National Astronomy Day

Behrend Section: 
School of Science
Research and Outreach
Outreach Initiatives

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Celebrates
NATIONAL ASTRONOMY DAY

Saturday, May 10, 2014

7:00 – 10:00 p.m.

Mehalso Observatory and OBS Room 101

 

Nearly 100 Scholarly Works Showcased at College Faculty Publication Reception

Nearly 100 scholarly works were showcased at the College Faculty Publication Reception on Thursday, April 10.The scholarly works of more than 50 faculty members were on display Thursday, April 10, at the College Faculty Publication Reception at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.

Conference Showcases Undergraduate Student Research

Students from 13 area colleges and universities presented their research at the 23rd annual Undergraduate Student Research and Creative Accomplishment Conference at Penn State Behrend on Saturday, April 12. More than 200 students explained projects that advance a wide range of topics, including: