Penn State’s Exercise is Medicine on Campus program has received gold level status from the American College of Sports Medicine. Penn State is among 60 colleges and universities that will be recognized for their EIMOC programs. The awards will be given as part of the 2017 Exercise is Medicine World Congress on May 31.
Penn State Wilkes-Barre Continuing Education is currently accepting registrations for its eighth Women in the Sciences and Engineering program, which will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily July 18-20.
The Ronald K. De Long Gallery and the Community Gallery at Penn State Lehigh Valley will present the work of nearly 100 local students who studied studio art during the fall 2016 and spring 2017 semesters in its Student Art Exhibition, set for June 26 to Aug. 10. The annual exhibition highlights excellent student work created in visual studies courses at Penn State Lehigh Valley.
The PawPrint, a student-centered sustainability metric, helps students at Penn State’s University Park campus understand how they can behave more sustainably by making better day-to-day choices.
A redesigned student support lab and new learning spaces in the library at Penn State York are providing a more conducive atmosphere and expanded opportunities for collaborative learning and group projects.
The Network for Sustainable Climate Risk Management (SCRiM) is seeking applications for its fifth annual summer school, which runs from July 30 to Aug. 4 at Penn State.
Penn State President Eric Barron joined providers of entrepreneurship resources in celebrating innovative Penn State startup Phospholutions on May 18 at the Penn State Golf Courses in State College.
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
Generous support from MeeCee Baker, a respected alumna of Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences, will support Students for Cultivating Change.
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.
Penn State Abington students ate an upscale dinner while learning the finer points of etiquette, thanks to the Center for Career & Professional Development.
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.
Do the microbes associated with apples help keep the doctor away? This is one of the many questions that will be investigated at a May 24 workshop titled "An Apple a Day!" The event, hosted by the Microbiome Center at Penn State, will enable participants to learn about and discuss the "apple microbiome," from seed to soil to the human gut and beyond.
Farnoosh Torabi, a financial expert, bestselling author, speaker and host delivered the 2017 Penn State Smeal College of Business commencement address. Torabi is a 2002 Smeal finance graduate who was a Schreyer Scholar.
Volunteer readers from the Penn State community are invited to take part in choosing the 2018-19 Penn State Reads common text.