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  • Dominique Robinson talks with 2 friends on the campus of Penn State Berks.

    Dedicated to Service

    At Penn State Berks, alumnus Dominique Robinson (left) discovered his passion for service through the Applied Psychology program. After four years of hard work and giving back at Berks, he's going on to graduate school and a career in social work.

  • Students gather baobab pulp for processing

    Engineering World-Class Leaders

    Through real-world projects and global engagement, the innovative Engineering Leadership Development minor creates opportunities for students to grow as world-class engineers.

  • A raptor is perched on a staff members arm while another raptor stands on a wooden perch.

    Never Stop Discovering

    Just twelve miles from Penn State's University Park campus, Shaver's Creek inspires discovery of the natural world in all its wonder—and offers an up-close look at several species of majestic birds of prey.

  • Associate professor of IST Heng Xu collects and analyzes data to gain insight into the fashion industry, retailers, and consumers.

    Modeling Data

    Associate Professor Heng Xu brings fashion into the lab with the research she hopes might help consumers understand, follow, and afford tomorrow's fashion trends.

  • Jairam Vanamala studies how compounds in food can either promote health or foster disease. His research interests were inspired by the ancient Ayurvedic approach to diet and disease he learned as a child.

    Linking Food and Health

    The College of Agricultural Sciences' Jairam Vanamala combines modern research on food production and processes with the ancient wisdom of Ayurvedic medicine to study how foods can help prevent disease.