Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 1/21/15

    Penny Kris-Etherton, nutrition professor and American Heart Association spokeswoman, says replacing polyunsaturated fats for saturated fats offers great health impacts.

  • 1/20/15

    A Cooperative Extension program asks people complete 40 hours of training and do 50 hours of volunteer service for certification as Lehigh Valley watershed stewards.

  • 1/20/15

    Synthia is the newest addition to Penn State Shenango and its biology department, a cadaver that students became acquainted with this fall while working in biology labs.

  • 1/20/15

    Jinger Gottschall, associate professor of kinesiology, notes that the scale can be deceiving because muscle weighs more than fat; body fat percentage is more accurate.

  • 1/19/15

    Sharing and discussing news content on social media sites such as Facebook can drive greater involvement with news and information, researchers have found.

  • 1/18/15

    Gov.-elect Tom Wolf named Rachel Levine, a professor at the Penn State College of Medicine, as his Physician General.

  • 1/16/15

    Students attending eight Penn State Commonwealth Campuses, including those in southwestern Pennsylvania, would have their tuition frozen next fall under a proposal.

  • 1/15/15

    Erie County officials hope for amazing developments for the Erie region through a collaborative effort unveiled by Penn State Behrend Chancellor Don Birx and others.

  • 1/15/15

    People who share news on social media may be more engaged, and for longer, with the news they share than those who read the news casually, according to researchers.

  • 1/15/15

    Penny M. Kris-Etherton, professor of nutrition, is one of five experts to weigh in on TIME's weekly poll of experts who answer nutrition questions that gnaw at you.

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