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.

Global Features

Connecting Health and Culture

4/14/16Health care systems differ from country to country. This group of Penn State students traveled to the Philippines to explore firsthand the region's contemporary health care issues and more.

The View From Here

4/4/16Penn State students share their views of the world with these snapshots from their experiences abroad.

The First Ripple

3/18/16Penn State Science student Neha Gupta won the 2014 International Children's Peace Prize for the work of her charity, Empower Orphans. Her work and dedication are proof positive that one person can make a lasting impact.

To Stage a Change

2/4/16From a young age, Penn State theater alumna Cynthia Henderson has wanted to save the world. Today, she's doing her part—through the performing arts.

First Pitch

1/21/16A Penn State Baseball trip to Cuba combined sport and culture as the team competed against some of the country's top professional baseball clubs.

Stockholm Stacks

1/7/16While graduate student Tess Kutasz spends much of her time in the archives, this Fulbright award recipient is also exploring the culture and environment of her host country, Sweden.

On the Wild Coast

11/17/15VIDEO: Penn State's Parks and People program takes students across South Africa's Wild Coast to explore the relationships between communities and the environmental ecosystem.

One Great Story

10/5/15VIDEO: A group of Penn State Journalism students spent spring break in Hong Kong, experiencing a slice of life as an international reporter and telling stories unique to the region.

Worldwide Education

8/13/15Penn State World Campus truly has a worldwide impact. This educational leadership alumna is putting her master's degree to use as an assistant school principal in Doha, Qatar.

Universal Language

7/24/15For musicians, music is a language all its own. For the second year in a row, a group of Penn State School of Music students had the unique opportunity to visit Cuba and speak that language with a flair of Cuban culture.

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