Geoscientist Michael Arthur's four-decade career was highly collaborative and unconventional. He will retire on June 30, leaving behind a legacy as an innovative researcher and a champion for budding scientists.
The Penn State student chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers came home victorious after winning first place in the Mid-Colonial District regional ITE Collegiate Traffic Bowl, which took place April 23-25 in Baltimore.
David H. Kaye, associate dean for research, distinguished professor of law, and Weiss Family Faculty Scholar, was recently honored by the Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSAC) for Forensic Science with a Distinguished Individual Service Award.
In addition to the commencement ceremony itself, one of the highlights of each spring commencement weekend in the Penn State College of the Liberal Arts is a ceremony honoring graduating Paterno Fellows and students selected to represent the college and its programs as student marshals. Although
Nathan Nihiser has traveled a long and windy road that led him to cross the stage of commencement, graduating cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in electro-mechanical engineering technology from Penn State Berks this spring.
Penn State Worthington Scranton and Penn State's College of Nursing recently hosted a panel discussion on "The Opioid Crisis in Pennsylvania," which was attended by 80 individuals from the campus, University and local communities.
Businesses and individuals interested in Pennsylvania's large forest-products industry can learn about goods, services, best practices and industry trends at the 2017 Forest Products Equipment and Technology Exposition, which will take place Friday, June 9, and Saturday, June 10, at Penn State's Ag Progress Days site at Rock Springs.
When Brian Fairfield and Max Schmid couldn’t find Penn State degrees that matched their hopes, they created their own through a little-known University program: the bachelor of philosophy degree (BPHIL).
Richard A. Young, professor of biology at MIT and member of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, will present the 2016/2017 Robert T. Simpson Memorial Lecture in Molecular Medicine at 4 p.m. on Thursday, May 25, in 100 Life Sciences Building.