Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 1/9/14

    Interview with Richard Alley, Evan Pugh Professor of Geosciences at Pennsylvania State University and Member of the IPCC, Co-Recipient of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.

  • 1/6/14

    Penn State Public Media has created an interactive documentary project featuring cities that have adopted new ways of protecting, restoring, and preserving potable water.

  • 1/14/14

    Rayna Cooper, registered dietitian and family & consumer sciences/nutrition educator serving Penn State Extension in Adams County, offers tips about the benefits of flax.

  • 1/10/14

    Penn State, ranked No. 1 by U.S. corporate recruiters, is in Mumbai, India, for two days talking to students looking for undergraduate courses in the U.S.

  • 1/9/14

    A new pathway for repairing nerve cells could have implications for faster and improved healing after an injury, Penn State molecular biologists said.

  • 1/8/14

    U.S. News, which has become the go-to place for college rankings, has some high praise for Penn State's World Campus.

  • 1/8/14

    Jennifer McClure's study found that having friends in a congregation was important, but private devotional activities were most associated with giving social support.

  • 12/21/13

    Assistant Professor of Marketing Karen Winterich says that recognition as a motivator of charitable giving only works for a small subset of people.

  • 1/8/14

    The Penn State World Campus bachelor's degree program is tied for third nationally in the annual ranking of nearly 1,000 entirely online college degree programs.

  • 1/6/14

    Study co-author Richard Alley of Pennsylvania State University compared the threat of abrupt climate change effects to the random danger of drunken drivers.

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