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.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR ENTOMOLOGY & BIOLOGY, Entomology
David Hughes' work on “zombie ants” has been covered extensively
Parasite manipulation of host behavior Zombie ants and infectious diseases
Associate director of the Farrell Center for Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Smeal
Brad Leve is an expert in guerrilla entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship Municipal Finance Corporate Bond Analysis Finance Business
DIRECTOR of Center for Medical Genomics
Kateryna Makova is an expert in molecular evolution, population genetics, evolutionary genomics, bioinformatics, and human genetics.
Evolutionary Genomics Population Genetics Human Genetics Bioinformatics Molecular Evolution
PROFESSOR HDFS/CENTER DIRECTOR PREVENTION RESEARCH CENTER, Human Development and Family Studies
Diana Fishbein is a leader in the interdisciplinary approach to prevention-based health research
Prevention Science Behavioral Neuroscience
DIRECTOR, Justice Center for Research
Dr. Gary Zajac is a Research Associate Professor and a member of the graduate faculty in the College of the Liberal Arts
Organizational and Administrative Theory Offender Risk/Needs Factors Evidence-Based Practice in Offender Intervention Criminal Justice Program Evaluation Correctional Administration and Policy Public Policy Research and Analysis
DIRECTOR of the Network on Child Protection and Wellbeing
Jennie Noll is an expert in bio-psycho-social consequences of child maltreatment and pathways to teen pregnancy.
Statistical Methodology Human Development and Family Studies Developmental Psychology Youth
PROFESSOR of Geosciences
Andrew Nyblade is an expert in geophysics, tectonics, applied seismology, and AfricaArray.
Geophysics Tectonics Seismology AfricaArray
DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR OF NUTRITION, Nutritional Sciences
Penny Kris-Etherton is a distinguished professor of nutrition
The relationship between diet and cardiovascular disease
EVAN PUGH PROFESSOR, Anthropology
Nina Jablonski is an expert on skin pigmentation.
Primate Evolution Evolution of human skin and skin pigmentation mammalian paleoecology in the late tertiary and quaternary and evolution of hominid bipedalism
VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR of Law
Anne T. McKenna is an expert in cyber, privacy, electronic surveillance, and cellular law.
Electronic Surveillance Cyber Law Privacy Law Cellular Law
Industry Experience (3)