Media Highlights

Media Highlights

2/10/14

Penn State Altoona's Student-Athlete Advisory Council members volunteer for the Mountain Lion Backpack Program to help give local children a wholesome, nutritious diet.

2/10/14

"The presumption is, if you build a store, people are going to come," says Stephen Matthews, professor in the departments of sociology, anthropology and demography.

2/6/14

The nation’s potable water sources are chronically threatened by an out-of-date water infrastructure, storm water runoff and record-breaking droughts.

2/7/14

Penn State’s Smeal College of Business has added another approach to demonstrate its commitment to fostering ethical behavior: creating an honor and integrity director.

2/6/14

California's Coastline Community College is giving its students the option of completing a bachelor's degree in psychology through Penn State's online campus.

2/6/14

Penn State granted USA TODAY Sports unprecedented access to observe how national signing day works from within the coaches' offices.

2/5/14

Environmental engineer Jack Matson — a lead instructor of MOOC “Creativity, Innovation and Change,” which drew 120,000 in September — teaches the benefits of failing.

2/4/14

The good news, says Penn State glaciologist Richard Alley, who was not involved in the new study, is that "the scariest possibilities are not happening."

2/4/14

Evolutionary biologist Andrew Read said it isn’t clear why the elements of smallpox, polio, and measles that the immune system targets haven't mutated.

2/4/14

A Penn State study found that to be more productive and happier, it doesn’t matter much if exercisers haven’t worked out on that particular day; they still perform well.

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