Feature Archive

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Never Stop Discovering

6/12/15Just twelve miles from Penn State's University Park campus, Shaver's Creek inspires discovery of the natural world in all its wonder—and offers an up-close look at several species of majestic birds of prey.

Modeling Data

6/4/15Associate Professor Heng Xu brings fashion into the lab with the research she hopes might help consumers understand, follow, and afford tomorrow's fashion trends.

Linking Food and Health

5/29/15The College of Agricultural Sciences' Jairam Vanamala combines modern research on food production and processes with the ancient wisdom of Ayurvedic medicine to study how foods can help prevent disease.

A Day to Remember

5/20/15From misplacing car keys to forgetting important medications, living with memory loss can have serious consequences. An app undergoing development by Penn State College of Nursing's Nikki Hill might offer a solution.

One Very Full Year

5/13/15As Penn State President Eric Barron marks one year in office with this question-and-answer session, he reflects on his first year and talks about what's next for the University.

To New Beginnings

5/6/15VIDEO: Spirits are high in Happy Valley as more than 14,000 diplomas will be granted to hard-working Penn Staters across the Commonwealth. Congrats to every 2015 #PSUgrad!

Sustainable State

4/23/15Sustainability is a big priority at Penn State, and students, faculty, and staff across the Commonwealth are showing their commitment to fostering a sustainable state.

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.

Sailing Stories

4/1/15The study of literature, oft thought to be a solitary one, brought adventure to Associate Professor of English Hester Blum, whose interest in nautical storytelling took her sailing on a 19th-century whaleship.