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.
For fledgling forecasters and budding broadcasters, the Campus Weather Service at Penn State has a reputation for real-world readiness.
This fall, NASA’s Curiosity rover reached new heights.
Although high school was not his favorite place as a teenager, Penn State alumnus Jordan Chapman quickly realized just how important higher education was for students who look like him.
Students like Akhdan Mir, an energy engineering major and Millennium Scholar, are among the many taking on important challenges like the global need for safe, secure and abundant resources thanks to philanthropy through the impact of 'A Greater Penn State.'
To coincide with the Penn State College of Earth and Mineral Sciences’ (EMS) 125th anniversary celebration, the EMS Museum & Art Gallery is unveiling a new exhibit on Friday, Oct. 14, dedicated to Evan Pugh, a science pioneer and Penn State's first president.
The fall 2022 Celebrating Women in Energy and Water Research seminar series continues on Thursday, Oct. 13, with two seminars by Susan Altman, deputy to the Energy and Homeland Security Portfolio at Sandia National Laboratories, a Department of Energy national lab.
The Penn State community is invited to join a conversation with Qatar's Minister of State for Energy Affairs Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi to discuss the future of energy and international relations.
Penn State alumna Imani Murray is 14 countries into her travel journey, and as she continues to grow her brand, she’s not stopping there.
A recent gift of a Thermotron humidity chamber from energy company Aramco Americas will support numerous research projects in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences.
Alumnus Jay Johnson’s latest folk-rock-indie album, “Four Quartets,” touches on travel, philosophy, love and the natural world.