Connecting the Dots
Using curves to analyze multifaceted data may hold the key to understanding childhood obesity.
Astronomy is Better with Better Statistics
By adapting, developing, and improving analytical methods and predictive models, statistics is helping astronomers to harness the full potential of their data.
Surface chemistry in cloud formation
A Penn State chemist’s basic science could someday help predict the weather.
Shifting gears on the fly
Penn State statistician builds better models for disease genetics by incorporating multiple types of data.
Estimating HIV prevalence in the developing world
A Penn State statistician works at increasingly finer scales to help end the epidemic.
Lab Bench to Commercialization
Two faculty members will receive $75,000 each toward commercializing intellectual property
Development and Alumni Relations
Eberly College of Science welcomes Kim Neely as senior director of development.
It is our pleasure to welcome new members of our faculty to the Eberly College of Science.
Congratulations to our faculty members on their recent promotions and awards and honors.
The Charles E. Kaufman Foundation has selected two projects led by Penn State researchers to receive New Initiatives grants.
A selection of research press releases from the Eberly College of Science.
Methane-producing microorganism makes meal of iron
White dwarf planet remnants survive millions of years
How to restore a coral reef
How the bumble bee got its stripes
Moving faster in a crowd
Evidence found for cloaked black hole in early universe
Genetic redundancy aids competition among squid's bacteria
Driven by demand
From its inception, Penn State's Data Sciences program has grown and evolved in tandem with the complex and ever-shifting needs surrounding big data
Eberly College of Science summer 2019 student marshal.
Celebrating 10 years of Science LionPride.
CURE first-year research initiative.
Graduate student Claire Kelling is using statistics to solve societal problems by helping communities see the power in their data
On Sunday, August 25, 2019, the Eberly College of Science welcomed incoming freshman to Penn State.
Isiah Holt '20 Physics, and Astronomy and Astrophysics
M. Dean and Jean L. Underwood Scholarship in Physics
Bunton-Waller Undergraduate Fellowship
Your gift can support students like Isiah
Contact the Office of Development and Alumni Relations for more information.
The Penn State Eberly College of Science honored two alumni with the Outstanding Science Alumni Award for 2019.
The college’s Alumni Society Board of Directors established this award to recognize alumni who have a record of significant professional achievements in their field and who are outstanding role models for students in the college.
The 2019 awardees are Bruce Booth and Judd Moul.