Media Highlights

Media Highlights

12/3/13

Business Management Daily’s editors have chosen their top five favorite schools that offer online degrees or certificate programs in HR.

1/19/14

Nobel Peace Prize winner Richard Alley is instructing students on six continents about energy uses and their impact on the world while never leaving State College.

1/24/14

Labor historian Alan Derickson's book is titled "Dangerously Sleepy" because of implications for our health, and perils that occur when sleep-deprived people err.

1/24/14

Hockey players are often lauded for their selflessness and team-first mentality. Penn State sophomore forward David Glen is taking it to a whole new level, though.

1/22/14

“For us, the goal is bigger than the purse — it’s about what we can do as a university to support the private space industry," said team leader Michael Paul.

1/20/14

Penn State Education Professor Kyle Peck is drawing up blueprints for a system that capitalizes on the digital momentum behind hacking and making.

1/20/14

More than 80 Penn State students are pursuing a slightly more noble goal in college: landing a spacecraft on the moon, and hopefully earning $30 million in the process.

1/19/14

The Student Financial Education Center, created by the University Park Undergraduate Association and University Libraries, will open Tuesday.

1/16/14

Schools in the global 2014 CFA Institute Research Challenge will analyze PPG Industries — good news for Penn State's squad, familiar with it as a Nittany Lion Fund stock.

1/9/14

Interview with Richard Alley, Evan Pugh Professor of Geosciences at Pennsylvania State University and Member of the IPCC, Co-Recipient of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.

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