Media Highlights

Media Highlights

8/13/13

Penn State's recyclables are marketed as feedstock for industry or sold at venues, and revenue is dedicated to student scholarships and charitable donations.

8/5/13

Female white-collar crooks face the same glass ceiling as their law-abiding peers in the corporate world, according to research by sociologist Darrell J. Steffensmeier.

8/12/13

Political scientist Peter Hatemi has written a forthcoming study that indicates political inclinations are deeply rooted — all the way down to the sensory level.

8/12/13

The world's first plasmofluidic lens, created by a team including three Penn State researchers, could rev­o­lu­tionize high-tech devices from microscopes to computers.

8/10/13

Sherrita Dobson, a nine-year Army vet, completed her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice online through Penn State’s World Campus program.

8/11/13

Michael Hickner, associate professor of materials science and engineering, says his new type of polymer membrane could replace platinum in alkaline batteries, fuel cells.

8/2/13

Legendary Penn State running back Curt Warner and his wife struggle with their twin sons’ autism diagnosis.

8/6/13

A new study by Nadia Byrnes, a doctoral candidate in Penn State's department of food science, suggests there’s a link between preferences for spicy food and risk-taking.

8/6/13

Penn State researchers studied the involvement of women in recent corporate fraud cases. It found women held inferior positions in criminal conspiracies, profited less.

8/2/13

Think that little plastic castle in your goldfish tank is just decoration? Not so, scientists say. Having such obstacles and spatial variety might make Goldie smarter.

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