The Sustainability Issue
Scientist sees Penn State as a “living lab” for climate action
Plant biologist Charlie Anderson is advancing the cause of a greener, more-sustainable future through research and advocacy.
Sustainability research in Eberly
How research across the college aligns with the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals.
Teaching general math and chemistry using sustainability
Using sustainability to make introductory STEM course material meaningful.
Protecting biodiversity with seed grant funding
The Maskalick Biodiversity Healthcare Seed Grant Fund promotes the protection of biodiversity on Earth.
Connecting math with green advocacy
Graduate student Raymond Friend advances sustainability, including through the college’s first-ever greenhouse gas inventory.
Bringing sustainability to student council
Biology major Fiona McConnell also advances sustainability in the college, including as the Eberly Student Council's first sustainability chair.
Biology grads win Global Frog Discovery Challenge
A team of graduate students from biology created a winning model to predict distribution and abundance of frogs, which can indicate the environmental health of ecosystems.
From Science-U to a symposium on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, the college community returned to campus this summer.
Students from more than 30 countries gathered for two virtual summer schools on astrostatistics and astroinformatics this year.
Photonics and fireworks
Penn State undergraduate Kyle Linn views the world through the lens of physics.
Spring student marshal
Astronomy and astrophysics and statistics major Owen Chase represented the college this spring.
Summer student marshal
Mathematics major Yancheng Wang represented the college this summer.
Bringing science into the community
Eberly alumna Jayatri Das works with the Franklin Institute to bring science to the Philadelphia community, wherever they are.
Schlegels Endow Early Career Professorship in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Retired Penn State faculty Robert and Peggy Schlegel have endowed an early career professorship to attract researchers and teachers to the college.
Reflecting on the Unversity's campaign, "A Greater Penn State"
After six years, the University has concluded its latest fundraising campaign, which has supported the college community and mission.
Penn State microbiologist’s estate gift to establish new chair and lectureship
In conjunction with his retirement after 41 years at Penn State, professor Donald Bryant has established an endowed chair and lectureship.