Student Life

December 3: Personal Counseling Workshop - Test Anxiety

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Personal Counseling staff invite you to mini-workshops at noon in the Personal Counseling Office, Reed Room 1.

Free Snacks!

Wednesday, December 3 - Test Anxiety

Nicole Lowry will help you calm down for final exam week.

October 29: Personal Counseling Workshop - Talking Tips

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The Personal Counseling staff invite you to mini-workshops at noon in the Personal Counseling Office, Reed Room 1.

Free Snacks!

Wednesday, October 29 - Talking Tips!

Sue Daley has tips for success in personal and professional relationships.

October 8: Personal Counseling Workshop - Staying Happy

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Personal Counseling staff invite you to mini-workshops at noon in the Personal Counseling Office, Reed Room 1.

Free snacks!

Wednesday, October 8 - Staying Happy 

Matt Szczesny will share ideas!

 

September 17: Personal Counseling Workshop - Homesickness

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Personal Counseling Staff Invite you to mini workshops at noon in the Personal Counseling Office, Reed Room 1.

Free Snacks!

September 17 - Missing Home?

Lee Shadeck will offer tips to cope.

Penn State Behrend Welcomes Largest Freshman Class Ever on Move-in Day

Anthony Faulk, a Blairsville native, is one 1,282 new first-year students at Penn State Behrend this fall.An assortment of New York Mets baseball caps sits on a dresser in the corner of Anthony Faulk’s dorm room.

“I couldn’t leave home without my hat collection,” said Faulk, a Blairsville native who plans to major in Mechanical Engineering Technology at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.

Behrend has been the Perfect Fit for T. Reed Ferguson Award Winner

Buffalo, N.Y. native Paul Lukasik was named this year's recipient of the T. Reed Ferguson Award.As a Buffalo, N.Y., native and avid Bills and Sabres fan, Paul Lukasik seemed destined to attend college in his home state. In fact, he didn’t even plan to look at colleges outside of New York.

He’s glad he did, though.

Childhood Memory Drives Eric A. and Josephine S. Walker Award Winner to Succeed

Kristina Peszel was this year's winner of the Eric A. and Josephine S. Walker Award.Call it extra motivation. Call it an added incentive. Call it a chip on her shoulder.

However you label it, it’s clear there’s something that drives Kristina Peszel.

Supermileage Team Hopes to Travel 2,000 Miles on One Gallon of Gas

The longest six minutes of Cody Colpo’s summer will be on Friday, the final day of the Society of Automotive Engineers’ International Supermileage Challenge. He’ll be watching a timer, waiting for a carbon-fiber test car to clear the far side of the track at the Eaton Corporation’s Marshall Proving Grounds.

Kochel Award Winner Encourages Students to 'Scream Their Stories'

Stacy Rabat was this year's winner of the Irvin H. Kochel Award.When Stacy Rabat was a junior in high school, her father, Khalil Rabat, suffered a heart attack, went into a coma, and died.

The experience devastated Rabat, but she says it has taught her how precious life can be and to think before judging others. Because of her experience, she yearns to connect with other people and hear their stories.

July 14: MBA Pittsburgh Information Session

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Lauren at RLAPenn State’s part-time Master of Business Administration degree program in Pittsburgh will host two summer events for prospective students.