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The World Through a Microscope

5/13/16New Penn State alumna Ramya Gurunathan explored the microscopic world as part of her research as an undergraduate. Now she's headed to the University of Cambridge, thanks to the prestigious Churchill Scholarship.

The Next Big Step

5/2/16More than 13,000 students will take the next steps across the stage this May, leaving the Penn State family more than 770,000 strong. Celebrate along with us! #PSUgrad

Boosting the Buzz

4/22/16Penn State continues to be a leader in the area of holistic pollinator health research through its work on the worldwide decline of the bee population, particularly honey bees.

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.

Song and Speech

4/11/16Does an ear for music change the way we hear language? Penn State Brandywine's Evan Bradley and his team of undergraduate researchers want to find out.

The View From Here

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

The Future of Research

3/25/16"Our job is to train student scientists." Penn State Berks students receive real-world research experience in Tami Mysliwiec's biology lab.

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.

Pedal Power

3/11/16Penn State Lehigh Valley's proximity to a velodrome—an arena for track cycling—has made cycling a top sport at the campus. The Lehigh Valley cycling team is led by alumna Mandy Marquardt, a seven-time national champion.

The Art of Medicine

3/3/16Learning to ask the right questions—and listen closely to the answers—is a big part of being a medical student. This humanities course taught students in the Penn State College of Medicine to take an artful perspective on communication.