Media Highlights

Media Highlights

12/7/13

The golden parachute is a “chronic problem that I don’t see changing anytime soon,” says Donald Hambrick, Penn State management professor.

12/3/13

A National Academy of Sciences report, co-authored by Richard Alley, looked at warming problems that can occur in years instead of centuries. Michael Mann also is quoted.

12/4/13

Sports Illustrated will announce its choice for 2013's Sportsman of the Year on Dec. 16. John Urschel is a nominee for that honor by SI writer Andy Staples.

12/3/13

This week, 15 representatives from land-grant universities are visiting Pittsburgh to learn how to better deliver education, research and public service to urban areas.

11/30/13

A humanitarian engineering and social entrepreneurship program at Penn State created technology to aid farmers in Africa.

12/2/13

Penn State World Campus faculty and staff members will get a chance to meet face to face at the third annual World Campus Faculty Convocation.

12/3/13

Jennie Noll, director of research and education for the study and prevention of child abuse, is one of five experts Penn State has hired, with at least nine more to come.

12/2/13

Strictly by the numbers, Penn State offensive guard John Urschel is exceptional. But another set of numbers elevate him to unique in the world of college football.

12/2/13

Although a university-based team might seem to be at a disadvantage to commercial teams, the Lunar Lion team has achieved several milestones in recent months.

11/29/13

Penn State economists say Pennsylvania's workforce has seen a marked shift from higher- to lower-paying jobs, a trend that could have serious implications for the state.

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