Media Highlights

Media Highlights

3/26/14

Professor Barbara Rolls believes we mustn't just think about food in terms of volume, but also of density. We need, she believes, to think about calories per bite.

3/27/14

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces the opening of the visual art exhibition Digital Hand, made possible by The Penn State Center Pittsburgh.

3/27/14

There are 24 campuses in the Penn State system. The one that gets the most attention is University Park, but what about the other 23?

3/25/14

Penn State will host its first Engaged Scholarship Symposium today, which will feature a panel of experts and students.

3/23/14

While Penn State won a fourth consecutive team title, the feel-good story of the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships at Chesapeake Energy Arena was James English.

3/24/14

In today's Academic Minute, Peter Wilf, professor of geosciences at Penn State, traces the path of conifer fossils from New Zealand to Argentina.

3/22/14

What if you could create a mugshot of a criminal using only a single strand of hair left behind at the crime scene? Thanks to new research, we're getting closer to that.

3/18/14

A study co-authored by Professor Lonnie Golden of Penn State Abington found that only one in five companies offered more than one approach to workplace flexibility.

3/18/14

Food scientist Joshua Lambert says research experiments are critical to figuring out "the missing link" among blood compounds that makes eating chocolate heart-healthy.

3/15/14

During the fall semester, Penn State student Stephanie Wain balanced her 23-credit load with acting in and directing her independent film, "Stones We Throw."

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