Media Highlights

Media Highlights


In a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Penn State scientists described using compounds called chelators to prevent wine from going bad.


It was Penn State's sixth NCAA volleyball championship and the team's first since a historic run of four straight from 2007-2010.


Penn State women's volleyball entered the 2013 season with one goal in mind: winning the program's sixth NCAA title ... and will be the favorite in an all-Big Ten final.


MOOCs are providing colleges and universities with the opportunity to gain unprecedented insight into how students learn.


The biggest benefits, says Ann C. Crouter, dean of health and human development: Office visits strengthen parent-child bonds, ease discussions about what each does daily.


A flood of Earth and space science information was shared at the 2013 American Geophysical Union fall meeting. Richard Alley discussed rapid climate change.


A dozen landscape architecture seniors took the “Pittsburgh Studio” course this semester, where students design community-centered projects that sometimes become reality.


The Cultural Attaché’s Office in Washington has approved the establishment of a club for Saudi students at Penn State.


Jessica Fegley was among a dozen landscape architecture students from Penn State who took the school's “Pittsburgh Studio” course this semester.


Adults age 25 and older are returning to school in growing numbers. Penn State launches new website for current, prospective adult students