The College of Earth and Mineral Sciences alumni do great things and we like to share their stories. Below are the most current stories showcasing our alumni.
It took a global pandemic to convince many of something Mike Hermann has long known: We are surrounded by some amazing outdoor attractions.
Four Penn State World Campus students have spent the school year working with Pennsylvania boroughs to inventory greenhouse gas emissions and coming up with plans for reducing them.
The Department of Geography has three representatives serving on the Graduates of the Earth and Mineral Sciences (GEMS) board this year.
Residents of Pennsylvania can monitor the spread of COVID-19 across the commonwealth with an online dashboard created by researchers at Penn State.
The American Meteorological Society (AMS) recently created a national award in honor of Penn State meteorology alumnus and weather pioneer Warren Washington.
Lawrence F. Hancock, founder and CEO of Akita Innovations, will deliver the 2020 Richard E. Tressler Lecture in Materials will be held at 3:05 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, in 101 Chambers Building at University Park.
At age 65, Dan Hurwitz was facing a decision at a crossroads. Was he going to complete his dream of biking across the United States -- some 3,900 miles of mountains, deserts and plains over a stretch of four months -- or would he wait longer, perhaps missing his window for the feat?
Alex McKiernan will give the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences' 2019 Lattman Visiting Scholar of Science and Society Lecture on Wednesday, Oct. 23, in 22 Deike Building.
The Penn State Alumni Association will honor 16 Penn Staters, including two graduates of the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, on Oct. 23 with the Alumni Fellow Award, the highest award given by the Alumni Association.
As a geography student, Kirk Goldsberry never needed an excuse to make maps. The trick was finding ways to combine cartography with his other love -- basketball.