Faculty invited to step forward as research mentors to undergraduates

Faculty members who wish to include undergraduates in their research or provide mentorship to undergraduate researchers are encouraged to communicate their availability though a recently expanded database.

Collaborative climate project provides research opportunities to undergrads

Researchers from several disciplines across Penn State are spearheading an NSF-funded program for underrepresented U.S. undergraduate students to research extreme weather events and climate change in Peru.

Learn about undergraduate research at this series of fall Zoom workshops

Students who are interested in learning more about undergraduate research, including how to get started, can attend a series of online workshops during the fall 2021 semester.

Seven University Park campus students and graduates named Fulbright finalists

Seven Penn State recent alumni and graduate students from the University Park campus have been selected from among a competitive, nationwide pool of applicants to receive grants from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.

The Penn State Protein Ladder team: (Back from left) Yoshitaka Shibata, Jack Williamson, Song Tan. (Front from left) Ryan Santil

The Penn State Protein Ladder system

Labs can easily make their own protein ladders — molecular rulers for estimating the sizes of proteins — for less than a penny per experiment using the newly developed, license-free “Penn State Protein Ladder system.”

Undergraduate Research Ambassadors now accepting applications

Applications are now being accepted to the Undergraduate Research Ambassadors program, which works to promote undergraduate research at all campuses and within all academic disciplines at Penn State.

Four Penn Staters nominated for Rhodes, Marshall and Mitchell scholarships

Rising seniors Shay Toner, Josie Krieger, Leah Mullen and Laura Guay have been nominated by Penn State for the competitive and prestigious Rhodes, Marshall and Mitchell postgraduate scholarships.

'Sweet' scholarship takes Penn State food science student to Austria

Aaron Wiedemer, a senior majoring in food science in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences, has an envious area of study: chocolate. He will be taking his research abroad in fall 2021 with the help of the Marshall Plan Scholarship.

Penn State graduate student earns Critical Language Scholarship

Penn State graduate student Matthew Douthitt has earned a Critical Language Scholarship to study Chinese during summer 2021.

From left: Penn State Schuylkill students Mike Russell and Grace Muench, and Lee Silverberg, associate professor of chemistry.

Schuylkill students present organic chemistry research at regional conference

Schuylkill students Grace Muench and Mike Russell recently presented organic chemistry laboratory research during the undergraduate poster session of the Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society.