Feature Archive

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Voices of Gettysburg

6/26/13As the 150th anniversary nears, historian Carol Reardon sheds new light on the soldiers, many of them Penn Staters, who fought and fell during one of the bloodiest and most complex battles of the Civil War.

Teens Today, Leaders Tomorrow

6/25/13When young people across the globe find themselves suddenly leading local communities, Penn State and UNESCO are there to help.

The 3-D Printing Revolution

6/19/13If you can think it, you can make it. Penn Staters, like student Kara Morgan, are immersed in a technology that many are calling the second Industrial Revolution.

Rescuing Honey Bee Hives

6/5/13VIDEO: Honey bee colonies are collapsing in record numbers, and Penn State entomologists are leading the pack of researchers scrambling to figure out why.

Partners Against Disease

5/23/13Penn State researchers unite with the Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology to study the dynamics of malaria and sleeping sickness in Tanzania.

Leadership in Action

5/7/13Penn State Army ROTC cadets prove their mettle and make a historic showing at the prestigious Sandhurst Military Stakes Competition.

Lunar Lion Superstars

5/6/13Space systems engineer Michael Paul leads a team of faculty and students in a race to land the first spacecraft on the moon in thirty-five years.

Making a Difference

5/1/13VIDEO: See highlights of Penn Staters who are leading, succeeding, and changing the world, like College of Communications student Catherine Janisko, one of our many extraordinary students.

Celebrating the Spirit of Powwow

4/18/13Professor John Sanchez honors an American Indian tradition with "The New Faces of an Ancient People," which brings the powwow experience to State College, Pennsylvania.

Tracking Yellowstone Wolves

4/9/13Who's watching the wolves? Huck Institutes graduate student Emily Almberg is raising public awareness about wolves through her research in Yellowstone National Park, which includes citizen observers.

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