Lehigh Valley students virtually present research on impact of e-cigarettes
Three Penn State Lehigh Valley undergraduate students presented their research on the behavioral and academic impacts of e-cigarette usage among college students to a panel of judges via Zoom. The group’s scientific poster was one of 12 highlighted during the symposium.
Two IST undergraduate researchers present at iConference
Two undergraduate researchers from the College of Information Sciences and Technology were invited to present their work in Boras, Sweden, this week at iConference 2020 — a forum through which information scholars, researchers and professionals share their insights on critical information issues in contemporary society. The conference has now been moved to a virtual format.
Student receives library award for research
Penn State Greater Allegheny student Curran McCune was awarded the University Libraries Undergraduate Research Award for his research on Chinese views on LGBTQ+ issues, as illustrated by poetry.
Undergraduates invited to explore research opportunities at Penn State
The University Fellowships Office and University Libraries are continuing their series of events focused on helping undergraduates learn about and navigate the world of research opportunities at Penn State.
Undergraduate Exhibition applications now open
For more information, please see the article on Penn State News...
Aspiring neurosurgeon mapping cancer-suppressing protein
Penn State engineering student and Schreyer Scholar Madison Evans is mapping a tumor suppressor protein found in glioblastoma cells with potential implications for improved cancer treatments.
Student registration open for research and engagement expo at New Kensington
Current Penn State New Kensington students are invited to register for the annual Research and Student Engagement Expo scheduled for April 7. Students will be able to see and present research projects and meet with business and industry leaders about internship and job opportunities.
First-year students invited to apply to Spark Program
The University Fellowships Office is seeking to fill its next first-year cohort of the Spark Program, which helps undergraduate students become more competitive when applying for popular awards and take advantage of their time at Penn State through educational experiences.
Learn about undergraduate research during spring 2020 sessions and workshops
Students looking to learn more about undergraduate research can attend one or more from a series of progressive information sessions and workshops offered by a partnership between University Libraries and the University Fellowships Office.
Schuylkill undergrads present bullying research at national conference
Incidences of bullying are higher among high-school students living in rural areas than in urban areas, according to three Penn State Schuylkill undergraduate students, who also found that bullied students in rural areas are more likely to skip class and school activities than their urban counterparts. They presented their research at the American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting held in San Francisco in November.
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