Pennsylvania State University

Pennsylvania State University Pennsylvania State University

201 Old Main, University Park, 16802, PA, US

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Twenty-four campuses; 17,000 faculty and staff; 100,000 students; a teaching hospital that provides care to more than a million patients a year; over one-half million active alumni; an online World Campus that empowers anyone to pursue an education—anytime, anywhere; and the largest student-run philanthropic organization on the planet.

We teach students that the real measure of success is what you do to improve the lives of others, and they learn to be hard-working leaders with a global perspective. We conduct research to improve lives. We add millions to the economy through projects in our state and beyond. We help communities by sharing our faculty expertise and research.

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Long-Qing Chen

Long-Qing Chen

HAMER PROFESSOR of Materials Science and Engineering

Long-Qing Chen is an expert in thermodynamics of materials, kinetics of materials processes, and computational materials science.

Kinetics of Materials Processes Thermodynamics of Materials Computational Materials Science

Gong Chen

Gong Chen

PROFESSOR, Biology

Gong Chen has received various awards for his work, including the Zenith Fellows Award from the Alzheimer's Association.

Physiology Cellular Biosciences Integrative Biosciences Cell Biology Behavior Molecular Biosciences Neurobiology Brain Repair (Alzheimer's)

Yonghui Weng

Yonghui Weng

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

Yonghui Weng's research focus on limited area data assimilation and modelling

Data Assimilation Extratropical and Tropical Cyclones

Mark Shriver

Mark Shriver

PROFESSOR of Anthropology

Mark Shriver is an expert in recent developments in human evolution especially the spread of anatomically modern humans across the globe.

Modern Humans Anthropology Admixture Mapping

Michael Siegel

Michael Siegel

SENIOR RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, Department of Astronomy and Physics

Lead scientist for NASA's Swift Ultraviolet/Optical Telescope

Physics and Astronomy Telescopes Astronomy NASA NASA's Swift Ultraviolet/Optical Telescope Physics Gravity

Jamie Kennea

Jamie Kennea

SENIOR RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, Department of Astronomy and Physics

Astronomy expert and XRT instrument scientist

Physics and Astronomy Telescopes High-Energy Neutrinos XRT Instruments Swift/Bat Exploration Tools Astronomy NASA NASA's Swift Ultraviolet/Optical Telescope Physics Gravity

Jordan Gaines Lewis

Jordan Gaines Lewis

ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Psychiatry

Jordan Gaines Lewis is an award-winning science communicator whose work has been featured in CNN, TED, and NBC, among others

Blogging Neuroscience Social Media

Erin Heidt-Forsythe

Erin Heidt-Forsythe

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Political Science

Erin Heidt-Forsythe received a PhD in Political Science, with a focus on Women and Politics, from Rutgers University

Feminist Bioethics Bioethics Gender Political Science Assisted Reproductive Technologies Social Policy

Jennifer S. McCall-Hosenfeld

Jennifer S. McCall-Hosenfeld

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR of Medicine and Public Health Sciences

Jennifer S. McCall-Hosenfeld focuses on women’s primary and preventive healthcare, partner violence, and healthcare for rural women.

Women's Preventative Healthcare Intimate Partner Violence Women's Primary Healthcare Healthcare for Women in Rural Areas

Peter Hudson

Peter Hudson

WILLAMAN PROFESSOR of Biology, Director of Huck Institutes of Life Sciences

Peter Hudson is an expert in wildlife diseases.

Heterogeneities Wildlife Diseases Epidemiology and Population Dynamics Parasite Interactions

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