Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 9/24/14

    Dr. Gavin Macgregor-Skinner, a Penn State Hershey public health preparedness expert who recently trained healthcare workers in Nigeria, discusses potential Ebola issues.

  • 9/22/14

    Professor Richard Alley says carbon dioxide, while necessary for life, “is a pothole for the infrared radiation going out from the earth” and is best in moderation.

  • 9/19/14

    As an invested stakeholder in the McKeesport community, Penn State Greater Allegheny hosted two events on Thursday to gather data for the city's new comprehensive plan.

  • 9/21/14

    International researchers led by Thomas Baker and Akhlesh Lakhtakia built a meticulous emerald ash borer decoy to stun or kill mating males and slow the beetle's damage.

  • 9/18/14

    In a recent paper, Donald Hambrick, Vilmos Misangyi and Chuljin Park suggest good board directors have four qualities: independence, expertise, bandwidth and motivation.

  • 9/17/14

    Pete Hatemi's newly published research suggests that liberals and conservatives smell differently and that each prefers the smell of those who are ideologically similar.

  • 9/16/14

    Study findings by Karen Gasper and Brianna Middlewood suggest that boredom can enhance the creative quality of work because of how people prefer to alleviate it.

  • 9/15/14

    Michael Bruno, director of quality services and patient safety at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, has conducted report-writing workshops for radiology residents.

  • 9/15/14

    Nationally known online colleges have seen their enrollments explode in recent years, but they now face competition in each state!

  • 9/12/14

    William Blair, director of the George and Ann Richards Civil War Era Center at Penn State, authors a section of the story about disenfranchised deserters.