Media Highlights

Media Highlights

11/5/13

Biologist Tracy Langkilde and Lindsey Swierk, a graduate student in her lab, found that the sex lives of fence lizards are more complicated than you might think.

11/7/13

Michael Donovan, grad. student in geosciences, and Peter Wilf, prof. of geosciences, presented research supporting a Patagonian biodiversity refugium at GSA meeting.

11/7/13

Peter Wilf, prof. of geosciences, was interviewed by Take Two (KPCC radio 89.3) about his team's 52.2-million-year-old tomatillo discovery in Laguna del Hunco, Argentina.

11/4/13

The "master of the modern thriller" and creator of Rambo via his debut novel, "First Blood," notes his Penn State graduate studies in an interview with Mark Rubenstein.

11/2/13

A team at Penn State has developed a system for conducting a wide range of medical and other tests using nothing more than a slip of paper the size of a stick of gum.

10/30/13

Senior Keighlyn Alber, majoring in women's studies and science, took part in the 1 in 3 Campaign with other Triota honors society members to inform peers about choices.

10/29/13

Penn State World Campus student Tyler Knabb of Reading is on the verge of completing an eight-day, 920-mile bicycle trek to raise money for THON.

10/29/13

Students at Baldwin High School unveiled a bio-retention project that will display natural ways to keep storm water from the sewage system.

10/28/13

An article about working for narcissistic managers makes reference to Smeal Chaired Professor of Management Donald Hambrick's past research on narcissistic CEOs.

10/30/13

Historian Amy S. Greenberg speaks about the Mexican-American War and why U.S. immigrant fighters deserted, in disgust, over one of America's ugliest flaws: prejudice.

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