Media Highlights

Media Highlights

5/23/13

Rob Frieden, professor of telecommunications and law, says Japan's SoftBank addresses concerns about purchase of Sprint by offering U.S. government a Sprint board seat.

5/23/13

A team including Penn State School of Medicine researchers has found a connection between dietary exposure to the chemical DEHP and elevated blood pressure in children.

5/21/13

Researchers at Penn State, Tufts University and University of Pennsylvania found that one consumption of the oil component in walnuts favorably affected vascular health.

5/22/13

''People love a stage or a pulpit from which they can broadcast,'' said Shyam Sundar, Media Effects Research Laboratory, Penn State. ''The genie is out of the bottle."

5/20/13

The College of Medicine's Sleep Research & Treatment Center study participants who consumed more fat fell asleep faster during the day than those who ate more carbs.

5/20/13

Major governance changes that Penn State’s Board of Trustees approved this month are likely to improve the University’s creditworthiness, according to a Moody's report.

5/18/13

Amid growing scientific proof that global warming is man-made, article looks at why the public gives credence to the skeptics, quoting Penn State's Michael Mann.

5/17/13

WTAJ News attended the Central Pennsylvania Regional Career Fair to see what was out there for job seekers.

5/17/13

A Penn State study concluded that students were 14 percent likelier to eat fruits and veggies and 50 percent more likely to exercise on days when they called mom and dad.

5/16/13

A proposed rule would require most leases to be treated on the books as debt. Edward Ketz, associate professor of accounting, weighs in on the proposal.

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