Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 11/30/14

    Dennis Murphy, professor of agricultural engineering and a nationally recognized expert in farm safety, says multiple safety focuses have reduced injury in recent years.

  • 11/27/14

    The brain "becomes more connected and integrated after learning," said study co-author Ping Li, co-director of the Center for Brain, Behavior and Cognition at Penn State.

  • 11/25/14

    Stephen Kraycik, a former news manager and producer, now director of Penn State student TV and online operations, says the same TV tricks won’t work with audiences now.

  • 11/23/14

    A 2011 survey by professors Michael Berkman and Eric Plutzer found that 13 percent of high-school biology teachers spend at least an hour on creationism each school year.

  • 11/21/14

    Penn State Law professors Victor Romero and Shoba Wadhia address the legality of President Obama's recent executive action regarding unauthorized immigrants.

  • 11/21/14

    In a recent study from Penn State, researchers found that a diet rich in spices, like cinnamon and turmeric, helped curb the negative effects of downing a fatty meal.

  • 11/20/14

    Penn State Law Professor Shoba Wadhia is part of a panel on "The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell" discussing President Obama's recent announcement.

  • 11/20/14

    Penn State Berks professor Laurie Grobman, this year's winner among baccalaureate colleges, hit gold with a successful fusion of teaching, research and service.

  • 11/19/14

    A first-year Schreyer Honors College scholar in the Eberly College of Science, Neha Gupta has won the 2014 International Children's Peace Prize Award, given at The Hague.

  • 11/16/14

    Schreyer Scholar Neha Gupta, winner of the International Children’s Peace Prize Award, is founder of Empower Orphans, which helps orphaned and abandoned children.

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