Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 2/16/15

    At the College of Medicine, first-year students work as “patient navigators,” helping the ill, injured and their families traverse the often-confusing medical system.

  • 2/16/15

    Researcher Derrick Taff is conducting an investigation on the health benefits of hearing natural sounds, such as tumbling water, bird song or wind rustling through trees.

  • 2/15/15

    As the largest employer in Centre County and the largest single contributor to Pennsylvania’s economy, Penn State has long been a partner in our state's economic growth.

  • 2/16/15

    About 50 students, professors and community leaders gathered Sunday at Penn State Altoona's 15th annual African-American Read-In Chain to sing, read and listen.

  • 2/16/15

    Growers with farms of less than seven acres preserve diversity through "networks of seed and knowledge exchanges," said geographer Karl Zimmerer, who led the research.

  • 2/15/15

    Researchers from Penn State's Center for Supply Chain Research said in a recent report that a “perfect storm could be in the offing” when it comes to talent pipeline.

  • 2/12/15

    Mary Beth Oliver, co-director of the Media Effects Research Laboratory, says it's the complicated emotions associated with nostalgia that make it salient online.

  • 2/12/15

    Internal medicine specialist Nicole Osevala says many seniors don't tell doctors they've had a fall because they're worried they'll be told they can't live on their own.

  • 2/11/15

    A recently published research paper by College of Medicine professors highlights how physicians have been left to navigate search engine waters on their own.

  • 2/11/15

    The Penn State Center and Exchange will move into in an 11,000-square-foot space in the Energy Innovation Center, a new Pittsburgh hub for energy research and education.

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