Media Highlights

Media Highlights

4/16/14

Penn State and other researchers report that honeybees in Kenya are infested with the same nasty pests and diseases that wipe out U.S. colonies, but are more resilient.

4/11/14

Schreyer Honors College freshman Kevin Houk, a security and risk analysis major, spoke as part of the Atlantic Council's 90-minute panel on digital currency's future.

4/15/14

Pennsylvania State University has named Renata Engel associate vice provost for online programs.

4/15/14

The nation's increasing focus on local and regional food systems, renewable energies and maintaining natural resources is leading to double-digit job growth.

4/15/14

With homeland security tactics always changing, Penn State is implementing changes to its online Homeland Security degree curriculum for the program’s fifth anniversary.

4/14/14

Scientists from Penn State claim to have developed a way to identify Twitter posts that are viral in the medical sense of the word.

4/13/14

The university said it raised $2.158 billion during the seven-year campaign - $158 million over its goal and the largest amount raised in school history.

4/12/14

By now, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! owns a small collection of the Penn State freshman Casey Saline’s cassette tape works, primarily pop-art style musician portraits.

4/10/14

Adults have a high rate of complications after getting their tonsils removed, so plan for adequate recuperation after surgery, say researchers including Dennis Scanlon.

4/9/14

Eager to start her freshman year, the new Blue Sapphire, Rachel Reiss, plans to major in French and Francophone studies, with another major in international politics.

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