Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 1/22/15

    Richard Alley says areas farther from West Antarctica would get more sea level rise, and North America and the U.S. might get more than Earth's other inhabited places.

  • 1/21/15

    Stories about professors and students breaking new ground with government funding happen almost daily at the university.

  • 1/22/15

    According to Penn State psychologists, memory is far more selective than previously thought — people may have to "turn on" memories in order to ecall even simple details.

  • 1/22/15

    Education Technology Services Director Kyle Bowen and Assistant Professor Howard Salis feature in an article about innovations and higher education cloud technology use.

  • 1/21/15

    Federal and state reviews are the next steps in Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center's acquisition of St. Joseph Regional Health Network in Berks County.

  • 1/21/15

    A new study coming out of Penn State suggests that individuals are better at remembering details when they anticipate having to recall them in the future.

  • 1/21/15

    Professor J. Michael Hogan, director of the Center for Democratic Deliberation, discusses how chatter about previewed content shouldn't trump the speech's message itself.

  • 1/21/15

    Penny Kris-Etherton, nutrition professor and American Heart Association spokeswoman, says replacing polyunsaturated fats for saturated fats offers great health impacts.

  • 1/20/15

    A Cooperative Extension program asks people complete 40 hours of training and do 50 hours of volunteer service for certification as Lehigh Valley watershed stewards.

  • 1/20/15

    Synthia is the newest addition to Penn State Shenango and its biology department, a cadaver that students became acquainted with this fall while working in biology labs.

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