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Fayette campus to hold situational awareness training

The Center for Community and Public Safety (CCPS) at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus and the Fayette County Juvenile Probation Department will co-host The Competitive Edge, a course for law enforcement and other professionals whose jobs require them to deal with offenders. This program will take place from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on May 12 in the Maggie Hardy Magerko Auditorium within the campus Community Center.
David Meredith

Teens compete for Pi (and pie) at Fayette campus

Dozens of honors students from Laurel Highlands and Yough high schools demonstrated they were hungry for a win (and a slice of pie) at the annual Pi Day competition at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus, where their mathematics aptitude, as well as their ability to work cooperatively, were tested as they attempted to solve challenging problems.

Penn State Laureate to speak at Fayette campus

Rebecca Strzelec, professor of visual arts at Penn State Altoona and the 2016-2017 Penn State Laureate, will present “Art + Engineering = Creative Problem Solving” at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus at 12:15 p.m. on March 27. The Penn State Laureate is an annual faculty honor established in 2008 to bring greater visibility to the arts, the humanities, the honoree’s work, and the University through a statewide tour of the Commonwealth Campuses.
 From left: Joe Onesi, Caitlyn Williams, MiAsia Kennedy, and Pedro Tavarez

Fayette campus student actors to perform 'Hamlet'

The Lion Players of Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus will bring William Shakespeare’s "The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark" to the stage with matinee and evening performances April 5 to 8. Written around 1599, the plot, which is filled with treachery, revenge, spies and madness, revolves around a less-than-grieving widow’s “situation” that leads to an untimely and rash marriage; her pouting, insolent son; and a stalking, revenge-seeking ghost.
Nearly 200 young women from Uniontown, Laurel Highlands, Connellsville, and Albert Gallatin high schools attended Future4U: An Exploration of STEAM Career Opportunities for Women March 8 at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus.

Fayette campus hosts STEAM program for female high schoolers

In a serendipitous, but unplanned, coincidence, Future4U: An Exploration of STEAM Career Opportunities for Women took place at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus March 8, which also just happened to be the International Day of Women.

Fayette campus announces March admissions events

There will be a variety of opportunities for prospective students to visit Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus, this month.

Energy industry attorney to speak at Fayette campus

Kevin L. Colosimo, a lawyer with expertise in the oil and gas industry and related legal ethical matters, will be the featured speaker March 15 when the CEO Conversations series at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus resumes for the spring semester.
Ben Wilson

Local man embraces college life at Fayette campus

Ben Wilson deeply appreciates the independence he has gained since making the jump from Uniontown Area High School to Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus.
From left, bottom row: Katie Soltis, Colton Layhue, Kyle Slavic, Payton Hileman, Sarah Earnesty, Ashten Flynn, Maria Pyle, and Maddie Powell. Top row: Chad Long, Michelle Adams, Julie Rosenberry, Tandy Foust, Austin Morton, and Austin Bixler.

Penn State Fayette again top campus for THON fundraising

Although it is one of Penn State’s smaller campuses, Fayette’s THON team continues to dominate the Commonwealth with passion, enthusiasm and determination. This year, the Fayette campus team raised $93,943 for pediatric cancer care and research, tops among Commonwealth campuses.
Haley Brothers

Mt. Pleasant native living her dream at Fayette campus

Unopened since 2013, the letters sit gathering dust on Haley Brothers’ desk, waiting to deliver their news of acceptance or rejection from the other colleges where she had applied. She had no desire to read their contents because they arrived after the only acceptance letter that she wanted — the one from Penn State University.

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