Chemistry students from across the region visited Penn State Berks for the Intercollegiate Student Chemists Convention on April 29. Fifteen students from nine institutions of higher education presented their research.
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.
Breath Hand, a senior at Penn State’s Brandywine campus, plans to graduate next fall not only with a bachelor of science in psychology, but also with a double minor in environmental inquiry and civic and community engagement.
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.
For his first commencement address as Pennsylvania attorney general, Josh Shapiro told graduates of the Dickinson Law class of 2017 that their work will matter to the ones whose lives they impact. The commencement ceremony was held May 13 at the Anita Tuvin Schlechter Auditorium, Dickinson College, in Carlisle.
Penn State has become the first educational institution in the world, and the second location in North or South America, to partner with Short Edition of Grenoble, France. The innovative agreement developed by the Penn State University Libraries will deliver short, original pieces of Penn State creative writing into the public’s hands, encouraging direct community engagement with and conversation about writing by Penn State faculty, staff and students.
Seogchan Kang, professor of plant pathology in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences, has been elected as a Fellow of the American Phytopathological Society, an honor given to members in recognition of distinguished contributions to the discipline of plant pathology.
More than 130 members of the Penn State and State College communities traveled to Washington, D.C., last month to take part in the March for Science, a nonpartisan event organized to rally support for science.