Media Highlights

Media Highlights


The return of house flipping can signal a normalizing housing market, says Austin Jaffe, chair of the Department of Risk Management.


An article examining pros and cons of 'retail therapy' quotes Meg Meloy, associate professor of marketing, who says that shopping can be an outlet for negative emotions.


Penn State held its Archaeological Field School — a program where students learn how to excavate an archaeological site located at Fort Shirley in Huntington County.


A new World Campus masters program will help provide more knowledge about renewable energy and sustainability systems to professionals working in the field.


Penn State Public Media is partnering with more than 400 public radio and television stations across the country to sustain federal funding for public media.


The university is extending tuition grants to military spouses who attend Penn State's World Campus.


Former Australian diplomat Richard Butler was the United Nations chief weapons inspector in Iraq. Now a professor at Penn State, he spoke with its leading news host.


Does this mean a sleep debt can never be paid back? Not at all, said study author Alexandros Vgontzas, director of the sleep research and treatment center at Penn State.


“Imagine if you could make solar cells as easily as you can print posters or newspapers, you could make sheets of this,” said Enrique Gomez, Penn State chemical engineer.


A new study by Penn State researchers notes a nanoresonator chip-based RNA sensor strategy for detecting circulating tumor cells (CTCs) using a prostate cancer marker.