University Park fall commencement
12/16/2016

Because inclement weather may cause travel issues for those seeking to attend this weekend's commencement exercises at the University Park campus, Penn State will be live streaming the ceremonies.


EMS students tour Iceland’s renewable energy facilities
12/15/2016

Picturesque Iceland, the least populated nation in Europe, is home to glaciers, volcanoes and a unique ability to harness the renewable energy that lies beneath the Earth's surface. It's also a place for Penn State students to see classroom lessons and their career ambitions brought to life. This past summer, with the help of a scholarship from the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences (EMS), EMS students toured the country as part of the Global Renewable Energy Education Network, or GREEN, program's Iceland trip.


Rice named fall student marshal for the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences
12/15/2016

Brent Tyler Rice has been named the student marshal for the the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences' fall 2016 commencement ceremony. Rice selected Jon Michael Nese, senior lecturer and associate head for undergraduate programs in the Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science to escort him as the college's faculty marshal.


Research on nuclear waste storage in glass takes top prize at poster exhibition
12/15/2016

Collin Smyth shined with a $500 first place finish for his poster titled "Single-Pass Flow-Through Corrosion of Calcium Aluminosilicate Glass Powder" at the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences' (EMS) fifth annual Undergraduate Poster Exhibition held on Nov. 30, but the path to success was months in the making.


Penn State announces fall 2016 commencement events and speakers
12/13/2016

This fall approximately 5,247 Penn State students will receive their diplomas. University-wide there will be 252 associate, 3,936 baccalaureate, 762 master's, 11 law and 286 doctoral degrees awarded.