Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 7/5/14

    The issue is about science, and the military is taking it seriously, says Retired Rear Adm. David W. Titley, director, Center for Solutions to Weather and Climate Risk.

  • 7/5/14

    Some fruit and veggies are coated with food-grade wax, which your body doesn't digest, and there's no reason to avoid eating them, says food scientist Luke LaBorde.

  • 4/30/14

    For schools looking around to see these best practices at work, there are several good models. Ives points to Penn State's World Campus.

  • 7/3/14

    Two Penn State scientists say they have debunked the possibility of a “Goldilocks” planet once believed to revolve around Gliese 581, a dwarf star 20 light-years away.

  • 7/2/14

    Carol Weisman, distinguished professor in Penn State's College of Medicine, explains that when a pregnancy is planned, overall health outcomes tend to be better.

  • 7/2/14

    Courtney L. Young, librarian of Penn State Greater Allegheny, was elected Tuesday as the president of the American Library Association at its annual conference.

  • 7/1/14

    In its most recent “Our Commonwealth” Poll, Harper Polling asked participants which university they respected the most. Given several choices, citizens chose Penn State.

  • 6/30/14

    Since the recession, the fight for raises and promotions has gotten cutthroat and more workers fret over job security, says Penn State economics professor Lonnie Golden.

  • 6/30/14

    Paul Markowski, professor of meteorology, says the wild idea wouldn't work, and also chafed at the notion that stopping "air mass clashes" could stop tornadoes.

  • 6/29/14

    Are people racist against black dogs? A 2013 study by Penn State psychologists revealed that people find images of black dogs scarier than photos of yellow or brown dogs.

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