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BTN LiveBIG: PSU THON Director Q&A

For the past 37 years, Penn State University’s student body have pulled together the largest student-run fundraising effort, called THON.  Many universities have dance marathons to support charities, but Penn State students blow it out at a scale that is unmatched. The student body has successfully raised more than $100 million for pediatric cancer patients and research. This year’s effort is expected to clear $12 million in donations. An operation this large needs a dedicated team of people to manage the 15,000 participants.  It’s a yearlong effort building to the 46-hour non-stop event February 21st through the 23rd.  BTN LiveBIG

BTN LiveBIG: Monday Download

Did you enjoy the exciting hockey action at the Olympics this weekend? We recently shared the great work being done off the ice by Joe Pavelski and Amanda Kessel, two Big Ten alumni helping their teams go for gold in Sochi. DYK: 1,707 stuffed animals have been collected from @OhioState_MHKY #TeddyBearToss the last 3 yrs combined. #GoBucks — Ohio State Buckeyes (@OhioStAthletics) February 12, 2014 The 46th annual University of Minnesota apparel design fashion show, ALIGN, took place on Saturday. Check out some of the highlights on the program’s website and Facebook page! Scientists at Michigan and Purdue may have cracked

BTN LiveBIG: Herb Brooks' lasting legacy

Herb Brooks hasn’t been with us for ten years. But in truth, he’s more with us today than ever before. Brooks played hockey at the University of Minnesota, and later led them to three national championships as their head coach. After his third championship in 1979, Brooks was called upon to coach a group of college players in the 1980 Winter Olympics, where the US authored the “Miracle On Ice.” Unfortunately, Brooks lost his life in a car accident in August 2003 at age 66. Through it all, Brooks was constantly looking to enhance skill development, while simultaneously trying to

BTN LiveBIG: Michigan premiere

Tonight after the Wolverines take on Minnesota in men’s hockey, learn more about two incredible programs at the University of Michigan: its rehab robotics group, and a class of students that’s developing software for a 13-year-old girl with cerebral palsy named Grace. BTN LiveBIG spoke with two students involved in the software engineering class, and they shared the impact working with Grace and her family has had on their experience at the University of Michigan. Catherine Fisher and Cory Gordinier are both senior computer science engineering majors. Gordinier, now a teaching assistant in the class, noted that seniors have a few

BTN LiveBIG: 5 minutes can save a life

Four years ago, the American Heart Association recommended changing the traditional method of CPR. That same year the AHAS got a vocal champion in Northwestern’s Dr. George Chiampas. He brought passion and a personal story to his commitment to changing the way everyone gets trained on saving sufferers of heart attacks. Chiampas was the Team Physician with the Northwestern Intercollegiate Sports Medicine for 5 years, and is currently on staff at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Chiampas also serves as the Medical Director for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon and Shamrock Shuffle. BTN LiveBIG talked with him

BTN LiveBIG: Nebraska premiere

Tonight after the Cornhuskers host the Fighting Illini in men’s basketball, check out the premiere of the Nebraska episode of LiveBIG. This episode features the Nebraska Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior (CB3) and a program that allows photojournalism students the opportunity to travel the globe documenting human needs. Below is a selection of photos from the group’s trip to the Dominican Republic from last year. For more of their incredible work, and the stories behind the images, visit Documenting the Dominican Republic.

BTN LiveBIG: PSU's Lunar Lion aiming for the moon

How many times have educators told their students to “shoot for the moon?” At Penn State, a select group of students are doing just that. Led by former NASA engineer Michael Paul, the students are building a lunar spacecraft that will be sent to the moon, and once there, will be able to move 500 meters. If they accomplish this task, and they do so in a manner deemed superior to those of 18 other teams pursuing the same goal, they could earn $30 million. That’s right – students at Penn State are building a lunar landing module that could

BTN LiveBIG: Monday Download

#Speechless — University of Iowa (@uiowa) February 9, 2014 The University of Iowa Dance Marathon raised a record amount of money this year. Learn more about their efforts at Bela Fleck leads an all-star bluegrass concert roster at the University of Nebraska this week. Have you seen the movie “The Monuments Men” yet? Key figures in the real-life story had ties to both the University of Illinois and the University of Wisconsin. A professor at the University of Minnesota received a prestigious honor last week. The Indiana University Health Proton Therapy Center is celebrating its tenth anniversary. It was featured during

BTN LiveBIG: Buck-I-SERV making a difference

For some college students, spring break means a chance to go home and see family and friends. For others, it means a trip to Florida to spend some time in the sun. But for an ever-increasing number of Ohio State students, it means a chance to do something good. The school’s Buck-I-SERV program continues to get bigger and bigger, and this year, OSU has 32 different community service-based trips that students can take over spring break. Opportunities range from putting together food packages in our nation’s capital, and helping Habitat for Humanity in Florida, to helping college education seem obtainable

BTN LiveBIG: USA Hockey's Pavelski helping at home

In Sochi, University of Wisconsin alum and San Jose Sharks center Joe Pavelski probably won’t garner the same level of attention that USA teammates Patrick Kane and Ryan Miller might. But in his hometown of Plover, Wisc., Pavelski is a bona fide superstar. The small Wisconsin town has declared today – Friday, Feb. 7 – to be “Joe Pavelski Day,” with special events being held at local schools and a sign proclaiming the town Pavelski’s birthplace will be erected. Pavelski is a prominent figure in the communities he has lived and worked in. After spending his college years at Wisconsin