Feature Archive

A photo band of three images: a female student standing in a stream, blue vials, two researchers wearing white coats in a lab.

Academics Features

Penn State Pit Stop

4/15/15#PennStateRaceDay marked a new partnership between Penn State and Axalta Coating Systems, featuring driver Jeff Gordon and his No. 24 car—unveiled with a special paint job of Penn State blue and white.

Fearless Focus

4/7/15As a first-year Penn State Engineering student, Ria Bhatia took a chance on her dream company—and it paid off.

Weather on the Air

3/26/15For Meteorology students with broadcast ambitions, a partnership with the Department of Journalism provides real-world experience in front of the camera.

Sound Technology

2/26/15A new degree option in the Penn State School of Music will allow musicians to explore the intersection of music and technology.

Creative Directions

12/10/14These two Penn State College of Communications alumni are using their skills in film and video production to power the in-house advertising and marketing department of billion-dollar premier fashion company JustFab.

Managing Millions

11/13/14Through the Penn State Smeal College of Business Nittany Lion Fund, student Emily Zheng has spent the past four years helping to manage millions of investor dollars. That experience helped her land a dream job on Wall Street.

Teaching Technology

11/5/14These Penn State College of Education students are providing virtual tutoring sessions to English language learners as part of a partnership with a community-based effort in Hazleton, Pennsylvania.

Penn State Behind the Scenes

10/17/14For a recent project in Intro to Photojournalism, students received one instruction: Find two full-time Penn State employees and photograph their work.

A Voice for the Silent

8/5/14Undergraduate student Mary Elizabeth McCulloch (right) envisions a world in which children with nonverbal cerebral palsy can communicate. She's already making it happen.

Doing an Irish Gig

7/30/14A group of College of Communications students dubbed the "Ireland Bureau" will look for fresh perspectives as they take on a global assignment.

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