Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 12/10/14

    Engineering and occupational therapy students at Penn State Berks teamed up during an annual event to create devices to help people who are physically challenged.

  • 12/11/14

    Although there are 6,000 Jewish students at University Park, three Penn State seniors felt it wasn't easy to connect them. So they came up with an innovative solution.

  • 12/11/14

    In a new study, a trio of psychologists from Penn State document an uncomfortable (and perhaps unconscious) tendency: leaders' hidden gender and racial bias.

  • 12/11/14

    Do you get tired of having a dirty car during the winter months? Penn State student Taylor Mitcham has the solution: a waterless, eco-friendly, mobile car wash service.

  • 12/9/14

    Research by Jonathan Foulds, professor of public health sciences and psychiatry, sheds new light on how nicotine addiction works and how to help tobacco smokers quit.

  • 12/8/14

    With no atmosphere, rain or tectonic churning that keeps Earth’s oceans refreshed, Martian rivers and oceans would be absorbed, freeze, geoscientist James Kasting said.

  • 12/7/14

    Scientists including Brandon McDaniel found that what they describe as "technoference," even if infrequent, sets off a chain of negative events including depression risk.

  • 12/4/14

    Many children will have to spend the holidays in hospitals. At Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital, Santa got to video-chat with and spread cheer to young patients.

  • 12/3/14

    Anthropologist Pat Shipman weighs in on scientists' recent discovery of unusual, ancient shell markings likely made by Homo erectus.

  • 12/2/14

    Student Emily Claire Brozyna says in a time when millennials are looked to as an empowered generation, THON is a perfect example of what we can do as college students.