Pennsylvania’s resurgent elk population is a victory for conservation and an unlikely tourism boon. If not for the vision of Rawley Cogan, the giant mammals likely wouldn’t be in the commonwealth at all.
The COVID-19 pandemic brought new appreciation to the profession, even as it created unprecedented challenges. For Penn State Nursing alumni, students, and faculty, adapting to those challenges meant learning new ways of taking care of patients—and of themselves.
Josh Green first ran for office 20 years ago to draw attention to the health care needs of the rural Hawaiians who visited his medical clinic. Last year, the same commitment that drove Green to become a doctor helped him win election as governor of Hawaii.