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Ribbon-cutting ceremony heralds opening of Brandywine LaunchBox

Joined by several dozen community leaders, elected officials and business owners, Penn State President Eric J. Barron and Penn State Brandywine Chancellor Marilyn J. Wells presided over a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony on March 18 to mark the opening of the Brandywine LaunchBox — an innovation space that provides no-cost resources for entrepreneurs and innovators.
iLenz team holding a large check for $15,000

Great Valley team wins Nittany AI Challenge

Five graduate students created iLenz, a deep-learning-powered mobile phone application that enables users to perform retinal imaging using a clip-on case, and won $15,000 in funding to further develop their idea.
The Commons-Athletic Center Building at Penn State Brandywine.

Penn State Brandywine to host 150 colleges during regional college fair

Choosing the right university is an important decision and comparing hundreds of schools can be overwhelming for many high school students. To help make finding the right college easier, Penn State Brandywine will host the Pennsylvania Association of College Admissions Counselors' (PACAC) Delaware County Regional College Fair from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29, in the Commons/Athletic Center gymnasium.
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Brandywine, SAP cybersecurity conference addresses workforce skills development

More than 170 attendees participated in Penn State Brandywine’s inaugural cybersecurity conference, held on Sept. 9 in collaboration with SAP, a global software firm. The conference, which had an academic focus on cybersecurity workforce skills development, was part of a partnership between Penn State Brandywine and SAP to develop the next generation of cybersecurity professionals.

University Health Services urges precautions against monkeypox

Penn State University Health Services (UHS) is encouraging students to protect themselves against monkeypox in light of cases in Pennsylvania and nationally. Monkeypox is a viral infection primarily spread through prolonged close contact. It is not a sexually transmitted infection (STI), and anybody can be at risk, regardless of gender or sexual orientation.