Media Highlights

Media Highlights

6/12/13

Penn State professor Barbara Rolls says you can eat a lot more food without worrying about what it will do to your waistline.

6/12/13

The sight of nearly 2,000 little brown bats flying under a summer evening sky is something that Doug Wentzel remembers from his days as an intern at Shaver’s Creek.

6/11/13

Doug Wentzel can count on just two hands the number of little brown bats left at Shaver's Creek Environmental Center.

6/11/13

For years, Penn State has produced many graduates who eventually take care of the world's best golf courses, and its significant stature has been demonstrated this year.

6/11/13

Penn State is going to allow military veterans using the GI Bill to schedule classes earlier than most of the student population.

6/7/13

Supply chain management faculty Vidya Mani weighs in on how big retailers' efforts toward same-day shipping may affect smaller shops, and how those shops might compete.

5/12/13

Linda Trevino, professor of organizational behavior and ethics, talks about student academic integrity and integrating an honor code culture into a university setting.

5/20/13

Research by Margaret Meloy, associate professor of marketing, shows that modest retail therapy may in fact improve mood, as long as spending doesn't turn extreme.

6/10/13

Penn State researchers investigated the link between personality traits and affinity for spicy food. They found that “sensation seekers” were more enthusiastic for heat.

6/10/13

A new version of solar cells created by laboratories at Rice and Pennsylvania State universities could open the door to research on a new class of solar energy devices.

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