Our graduate students are integral to the research we conduct, and they also are dedicated to making a difference in communities. Learn more about their research, outreach efforts, and other projects below.
A student seed grant competition is now accepting proposals for funding that will support energy and environmental laboratory research.
The NASA Pennsylvania Space Grant Consortium (PSGC) is currently accepting applications to its graduate research fellowship program.
Female veterans are the fastest growing demographic among the homeless population in the United States and face a double hurdle of distance and invisibility in getting the health services they need, according to research conducted by Penn State graduate student.
The College of Earth and Mineral Sciences is offering free professional portraits for military members, veterans and ROTC members for Military Appreciation Week.
Nathan Lis and Andrew Moffitt always knew they had an interest in the science of weather. It took a class at Penn State to convince them they could be entrepreneurs in the field.
Penn State doctoral student Fengyuan Zhang was awarded the Nico van Wingen Memorial Graduate Fellowship in petroleum engineering at the Society of Petroleum Engineers' (SPE) Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition held Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 in Calgary, Canada.
Two researchers at Penn State are hoping their accidental discovery could join the list of some of science's most welcome surprises that revolutionized the way we approach medicine and medical testing.
The College of Earth and Mineral Sciences (EMS) is hosting a fall graduate poster competition and recognition event to showcase and reward the exemplary research happening within the college's graduate community.
As 12 early-stage startups and inventors took the stage for the 2019 Invent Penn State Venture & IP Conference Tech Tournament to make their pitch for up to $75,000 in cash to help their organizations take the next step to commercialization.
Two new College of Earth and Mineral Science's (EMS) student groups were recently formed to strengthen the Earth and Mineral Sciences Museum & Art Gallery's connection to the college, the University and local communities.