Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 3/27/13

    Eliza Richardson, Penn State geophysics professor, notes many central and eastern U.S. fault lines are not well mapped, which may impact earthquake frequency near wells.

  • 3/27/13

    Psychologist John Horgan, director of the International Center for the Study of Terrorism, wrote of his trip to Pakistan's Swat Valley with faculty colleague Mia Bloom.

  • 3/25/13

    Penn State anthropology and biology professor George H. Perry said loss and fragmentation of Madagascar natural forest habitats has raised concerns to conserve species.

  • 3/24/13

    Penn State students received startup wisdom from Weebly’s David Rusenko, Reddit/Hipmunk co-founder Steve Huffman, Exec founder Justin Kan, others, and hosted a Hackathon.

  • 3/21/13

    Penn State researchers found that mothers of children with autism were much more likely than other moms to say their child had talked about or attempted suicide.

  • 3/21/13

    New Penn State research found that farmers can make a profit by selling locally, as long as they don't let costs (transport, marketing) weaken their commitment to it.

  • 3/18/13

    Penn State alum Michael Piwowar, chief Republican economist for the U.S. Senate Banking Committee, is being vetted for a Securities and Exchange Commission appointment.

  • 3/19/13

    Penn State Hershey 2007 alumnus Jay Parkinson is perhaps the most prominent of New York's 2.0 doctors, who are rethinking the health care model along 21st-century lines.

  • 3/19/13

    John Hayes, Penn State professor of food science and lead author of a 2010 study showing supertasters' preference for salt, is among researchers who discuss supertasters.

  • 3/18/13

    Penn State researchers studied college-age women who were concerned about their eating behaviors and discovered that moods worsened after bouts of disordered eating.

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