Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 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.

  • 5/16/13

    The sixth annual Central Pennsylvania Regional Career Fair takes place from 2 to 5 p.m. Friday, May 17, at The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel in Innovation Park.

  • 5/15/13

    Maria Baker, genetic counselor at Penn State Hershey Medical Center, says we all have the breast cancer gene in our bodies. When that gene mutates, you're in trouble.

  • 5/13/13

    Marines Protect Endangered Species: An army of biologists, including Penn State Ph.D. student Christina Aiello, USGS scientist, are on nature patrol at military bases.

  • 5/12/13

    Op-ed cites Michael J. Parks' study, published online in March in the journal Aggressive Behavior, which showed bystanders are likely to intervene when others need help.

  • 5/10/13

    Penn State climate scientist Richard Alley comments on the consequences of atmospheric carbon dioxide levels surpassing an average daily level of 400 parts per million.

  • 5/10/13

    School of International Affairs Professor Flynt Leverett's op-ed authored with Hillary Mann Leverett considers "western intransigence in nuclear diplomacy with Iran."

  • 5/9/13

    Summer youth programs are integrating new, comprehensive policies for background checks and child-abuse recognition training for program employees and volunteers.

  • 5/8/13

    Glaciologist Richard Alley, commenting on the study, says an icesheet can shrink by waiting for the environment to bring warmth to it or send ice off to find warmth.