Three decades into a career as a bestselling author of mysteries and legal thrillers, Paul Levine talks about writing his hero into retirement, his evolving inspirations, and the many threads that still connect him to Penn State.
Penn State entomologist David Hughes gained acclaim with his research into “zombie ants,” but his heart and soul are in PlantVillage, a transformational initiative to help farmers in Africa and elsewhere adapt and survive in the face of climate change.
From the March 1973 Penn Stater: Legendary physicist Erwin Mueller shares stories of his scientific inventions, his introduction to Penn State, and how he used science to turn tombstones to bread in post–World War II Germany.
From our March/April 2020 issue: Renowned biochemist Paul Berg won the Nobel Prize for his groundbreaking research on recombinant DNA, but his true legacy might be as a voice of caution in an era of dizzying—and sometimes terrifying—scientific progress.
From our Jan/Feb '18 issue: We asked you about love—how, when, and where you fell in love on campus. We wanted to know what sparked your love, how it grew, and whether it endured. You responded with tales that were tender, funny, sweet, happy, and sad. Here’s a sampling of the stories we received.