26 May
Campus: Online / Teleconference
This talk follows a research thread that began with attempts to date various types of paper documents.
26 May
Campus: Online / Teleconference
The Keck Foundation supports basic research projects that are high-risk and have the potential for transformative impact in two program areas: Science & Engineering Research and Medical Research.
27 May
Campus: Online / Teleconference
This webinar is part of a unique series of conversations that provides the opportunity to go beyond the headlines and hear directly from experts in sustainability and social impact about how COVID-19 is changing the business landscape and making obvious the need for ethical leadership.
28 May
Campus: Online / Teleconference
Often compared, both the Baltic Sea and the Chesapeake Bay regions are faced with eutrophication resulting from a number of factors. Governments in both regions have enacted a system of incentives and enforcement mechanisms to achieve target reductions for nutrients and total dissolved solid
02 Jun
Campus: Online / Teleconference
Sponsored by PPG Industries, the Millennium Café Pitch Competition is an opportunity to pitch your research in TWO minutes or less using no more than four supporting slides.  Graduate students will briefly convey their research to a curious and technically diverse audience in hopes
02 Jun
Campus: Online / Teleconference
Extreme solar storms created spikes in the production of radiocarbon in the ancient past. The years in which these events took place are exactly known because the uplifts in radiocarbon are observable in known-age tree-ring archives.
08 Jun
Campus: Online / Teleconference
The theme of the 2020 symposium is Chesapeake Bay Research and Management: Progress and Future Challenges. The Scope and Aims of the symposium are as follows:
09 Jun
Campus: Online / Teleconference
Presently, summed probability densities (SPDs) of calibrated radiocarbon dates are the dominant method of summarizing sets of radiocarbon dates (e.g., to reconstruct demographic trends).
14 Jun
Campus: University Park Location: Life Sciences Building
Canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
21 Jun
Campus: University Park Location: Forest Resources Building
Canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
02 Sep
Campus: University Park Location: The Nittany Lion Inn
With advances in computational science, researchers are finding new solutions to major societal problems. This conference, and hosted by the Institute for Computational and Data Sciences, will focus on innovative computational research across a diverse set of disciplines.
09 Sep
Campus: University Park Location: The Nittany Lion Inn
Please join us for the Energy and Environmental Sustainability Laboratories (EESL) open house.
23 Sep
Campus: University Park Location: Lewis Katz Building
Author of "Building a Resilient Tomorrow: How to Prepare for the Coming Climate Disruption" and Senior Fellow for Climate Change Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations. Time: TBD