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Measuring 'rhythms of Penn State' gives students preview of earthquake science

4/27/2017

 UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A simple electronic device found in nearly every smartphone today is helping students learn about the science of earthquakes in one general education geosciences course, GEOSC 109, Earthquakes and Society. Taught by Charles Ammon, professor of geosciences, the course was designed to give students insight into how geoscientists understand earthquakes — and, more generally, what's involved in conducting science.

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Congratulations to Peter Wilf

4/26/2017

Congratulations to Peter Wilf. Dr. Wilf has been elected Fellow of the Paleontological Society.

 

The Paleontological Society states "Fellows are members of the Paleontological Society who have made significant contributions to paleontology through research, teaching, or service to the profession.” Only two others were elected this year.

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'WE ARE for Science' advocates for science policy, communications and diversity

4/20/2017

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A new science advocacy group started by a pair of graduate students is helping members of the Penn State community find their voice in Washington, D.C.

Members of the group WE ARE for Science helped organize three buses that will transport more than 150 people to the March for Science on April 22 in Washington.

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Join Professors Richard Alley and Klaus Keller as they discuss climate change.

4/18/2017

 Tuesday, April 18th at 7pm at the State Theatre. Come join Professors Richard Alley and Klaus Keller as they discuss climate change.  More

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Wauthier receives 2017 ICS Seed Grant

4/14/2017

Congratulations to Dr. Christelle Wauthier for being a 2017 ICS Seed Grant Recipient.

http://news.psu.edu/story/462198/2017/04/12/institute-cyberscience-annou...

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