Media Highlights

Media Highlights

4/27/13

Victor Sparrow, who heads Penn State’s acoustics program, the largest in the U.S., says today it’s harder to get a significant noise decrease in most other jet models.

4/28/13

For online learners like Stephanie Blahut, enrolled through Penn State's World Campus, commencement is a reason to finally get a look at their degree's institution.

4/24/13

Dozens of colleges and thousands of students participated in the Net Impact Small Steps, Big Wins Challenge. A student explains Penn State's plan, which finished No. 2.

4/26/13

Penn State New Kensington students stepped in to develop a proposal for marketing the 17-acre site to prospective tenants and the community.

4/28/13

It wasn’t until after Christopher Morel graduated from Penn State that he realized how helpful the school and its online jobs database could be in his job search.

4/25/13

A virus that infects humans without causing disease kills breast cancer cells in the laboratory, say researchers from the Penn State College of Medicine in the U.S.

4/25/13

Penn State food scientists explain how proposed new FDA food-safety rules will affect Pennsylvania produce growers and food processors.

4/24/13

On Wednesday, a long-vacant Philadelphia building will begin a new life as headquarters of the Energy Efficient Buildings Hub, a U.S. innovation center run by Penn State.

4/23/13

This year, Penn State claims a first for turfgrass programs. The superintendents of the courses hosting the three U.S. majors are graduates.

4/22/13

Although not part of the study, Penn State climatologist Michael Mann said that it "adds to the growing body of scientific evidence" that warming began even earlier.

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