Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 12/2/14

    Student Emily Claire Brozyna says in a time when millennials are looked to as an empowered generation, THON is a perfect example of what we can do as college students.

  • 12/3/14

    The college has been building a collection of roughly 150 video games, the first collection of its kind University-wide, to support its game development minor.

  • 12/2/14

    David Titley, professor of meteorology and director of the Solutions to Weather and Climate Risk, says he doesn't put much stock in longer-term weather forecasts.

  • 12/2/14

    "The numbers don't lie," said Michael Mann, climate scientist. "Greenhouse gases are rising steadily and the cause is fossil fuel burning and other human activities."

  • 11/30/14

    Dennis Murphy, professor of agricultural engineering and a nationally recognized expert in farm safety, says multiple safety focuses have reduced injury in recent years.

  • 11/27/14

    The brain "becomes more connected and integrated after learning," said study co-author Ping Li, co-director of the Center for Brain, Behavior and Cognition at Penn State.

  • 11/25/14

    Stephen Kraycik, a former news manager and producer, now director of Penn State student TV and online operations, says the same TV tricks won’t work with audiences now.

  • 11/23/14

    A 2011 survey by professors Michael Berkman and Eric Plutzer found that 13 percent of high-school biology teachers spend at least an hour on creationism each school year.

  • 11/21/14

    Penn State Law professors Victor Romero and Shoba Wadhia address the legality of President Obama's recent executive action regarding unauthorized immigrants.

  • 11/21/14

    In a recent study from Penn State, researchers found that a diet rich in spices, like cinnamon and turmeric, helped curb the negative effects of downing a fatty meal.

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