Liliana M Garces, professor of education, explains why a decision that further restricts the consideration of race could potentially exacerbate national racial tensions.
Lacey Wallace, assistant professor of criminal justice, examines research on the effect of more gun purchases after mass shootings.
Sophia A. McClennen, Center for Global Studies, says public response to student protests is largely based on failing to recognize the real challenges that students face.
Sara Shear, professor of social studies education at Penn State, asks: How do state-mandated history standards represent indigenous peoples in social studies education?
Edward R Jenkins, instructor of accounting at Penn State, looks at the possibility and probability of simplifying over 100 years of federal tax law.
Sean Nee, professor of ecosystem science and management, explains how the search for biodiversity has us trying new discovery methods and seeking out undiscovered places.
Invent Penn State, an initiative to spur economic development in Pennsylvania, has propelled Happy Valley into a hub for economic activity.
Penn State instructor of economics and business administration Bill Sciacca says the trick is to help employees make the best decisions possible on their own.
Laura Guertin, professor of earth science at Penn State Brandywine, talks about the University Libraries' Promotion and Tenure Recognition program.
Jason Wright, associate professor in astronomy and astrophysics, and Yale astronomer Debra Fischer explore ideas that could explain the star’s mysterious glow. (Audio)