Media Highlights

Media Highlights

6/25/13

The Supreme Court has raised new hurdles for plaintiffs who claim they're victims of bias and say companies retaliated. Penn State Law's Michael Foreman weighed in.

6/24/13

New analysis by Paul Morgan, associate professor of education,finds that racial and ethnic disparities in ADHD diagnosis occur by kindergarten and continue for years.

6/22/13

Susan McHale, professor of human development, explains that your self-image is shaped at least in part by how you compare to your siblings.

6/20/13

The "Meet the Birds of Prey" Program is one of the most popular educational programs at Shaver's Creek Environmental Center.

6/21/13

The 29th annual Kyoto Prize laureates, three Americans continuing to work well into their 80s, include Masatoshi Nei, evolutionary biologist and Evan Pugh professor.

6/20/13

Hughes' zombie ants expertise made him uniquely qualified to consult for the movie and a new, unrelated video game based on his research, called "The Last of Us."

6/19/13

Students and faculty members will work closely with SKF Aerospace technology and product development teams to develop both applied research initiatives and future talent.

6/19/13

Penn State scientists have developed a new, timesaving technique that involves using sound waves to place nanowires in repeatable patterns for use in nanoscale circuits.

6/17/13

Various small businesses will take part in the Penn State Extension/Small Business Development Center Social Media Boot Camp on Tuesday and Wednesday.

6/18/13

Education is the backbone of State College ... home to one of the nation’s top-rated universities, Penn State. For retirees, the university offers plenty of perks.

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