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The Eberly College of Science is raising the bar in preparing students across the University for medical school and beyond.
Eberly’s integrated B.S./M.B.A. program accelerates science students’ path to business professions.
Penn State students and alumni join forces to create the PMM Alumni Scholarship.
Person to Person - Applying Science to Business
James Balog, Emily MacPhail Soonthornchai, and Natalie Stevens.
Rising Above the Helium Shortage Dilemma
The Eberly College of Science has invested in helium recapture systems that effectively allow scientists to reuse helium for instrumentation and sample storage.
Center for Nanothread Chemistry captures humanity of scientists through storytelling.
A Penn State biologist explores the molecular relationship between aging and circadian changes in memory formation.
A Penn State statistician does both, studying the theoretical foundations of statistical inference and applying them to the analysis of functional neuroimaging data.
Teaching Biotech Better
Close ties with industry fuel success for Penn State’s master of biotechnology degree program.
Teaching Human Anatomy with Care and Respect
The college’s cadaver lab provides memorable learning environment for students across the University.
Lab Bench to Commercialization Grants
Recipients of the 2022 grants will support research to screen antiviral drug candidates and to improve plant crop yield.
Henry Yeagley and Carl Bauer were instrumental in shaping the past, present, and future of the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics.
The Penn State Extraterrestrial Intelligence Center breaks new ground with a conference for early career researchers.
Students develop and pitch projects to alumni panel during a microbial biotechnology course.
The college sponsored three events as part of its new Diversity in STEM Corporate Partners Program.
Fall Student Marshal
Piper Jones represented the college during the fall 2021 commencement ceremonies.
Chemistry Major Making His Mark on RNA Research
From Scranton to University Park, undergraduate Mark Herne explores RNA chemistry.
From Professional Soccer Player to Aspiring Surgeon
How one recent grad pursued both research and athletics.
— Jaysa Grafton ’22 Mathematics Recipient of the Forest Honors Scholarship in Mathematics
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Alumni Spotlight: Windsor Morgan
Professor champions education, outreach, and DEI at Dickinson College.
Outstanding Science Alumni
Eleven outstanding alumni have been recognized by the Eberly College of Science.
Alexa Dembek honored with Alumni Fellow Award
Alumna Alexa Dembek has been honored with the most prestigious award given by the Penn State Alumni Association.
Paying it Forward
We talked to alumni about about the impacts that Penn State scholarships had on their undergraduate career.
Michael and Peter Wetzel will leave a legacy of opportunity in the Eberly College of Science.
A Dr. George M. Kosco memorial (1946–2021).