• 20 Apr

    Presented by Siddharth Singh and Alan Scheller-Wolf

  • 20 Apr

    Patricia DeMarco, visiting researcher and writer, Carnegie Mellon University Institute for Green Science; and radio host of “The New American Economy”

    Co-sponsored by the Sustainability Institute and the Friends of the Palmer Museum of Art.

  • 22 Apr

    GIS has come a long way! It has been 25 years since the first AWRA GIS & Water Resources Conference and the very term "GIS" doesn't mean the same thing as it did back then. Data, tools, models and good cartography are still incredibly important. Many of us still perform much of our geospatial work on desktops.

  • 24 Apr

    Dr. Cathy Kling from Iowa State University is the Charles F. Curtiss Distinguished Professor in Agriculture and Life Sciences, Director of the Center for Agriculture and Rural Development, and President's Chair in Environmental Economics at Iowa State University.

  • 24 Apr

    Student interns from the Penn State Agriculture and Environment Center will host a free workshop for homeow

  • 26 Apr
    Presented by Dr. Larry A. Nielsen, Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Professor, North Carolina State University
  • 27 Apr

    Jennifer Wagner-Lawlor, professor of women’s, gender, and sexuality studies and English

  • 07 May
    Brian Schwartz, professor at Johns Hopkins University and senior investigator in the Department of Epidemiology and Health Services Research at Geisinger, will speak on health data related on Marcellus Shale development at 4 p.m. on May 7 in 112 Walker Building on the University Park campus.
  • 08 May
    In celebration of National Drinking Water Week, Penn State Extension and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection along with numerous other sponsors invite you to attend the 2018 Pennsylvania Groundwater Symposium at the Ramada Inn Conference Center in State College, PA.
  • 22 May
    The American Meteorological Society (AMS) Policy Program seeks member volunteers with relevant expertise for a Congressional Visit Day (CVD) focused on weather, water and climate. Participants for the CVD will be selected based on area of expertise, geographic location of residence, and future potential to contribute to the federal policy process, among other factors.
  • 30 May

    Energy Days is an annual conference (May 30–31, 2018) that brings together leaders from across the energy realm, including members of industry, government, non-profits, and academia. The purpose is to identify and discuss the regional, national, and global energy challenges facing society.

  • 03 Jun
    Each year, the AMS Summer Policy Colloquium brings a select group to Washington, D.C. for an intense, ten-day immersion in science policy. Graduate students, faculty and professionals in the field of earth and atmospheric sciences and their applications form a cohort that tackles hands-on exercises, hears from dozens of prominent experts and forges strong professional networking connections.
  • 12 Jun

    The 2018 Chesapeake Community Research and Modeling Symposium will take place June 12-14, 2018 at the Crowne Plaza Annapolis. We are currently taking proposals for special sessions! If you would be interested in leading a special session talk or discussion, please email a title and brief description to gina@chesapeakedata.com by November 30th.

  • 28 Jun
    Kevin Harrison and Nancy Dowe of NREL will discuss using biology as an energy storage solution.
  • 23 Jul

    Energypath is the region's largest sustainable energy event. The goal of Energypath is to increase the knowledge of and passion for sustainable energy in the leaders of today and tomorrow.

    The event will be held from July 23–26, 2018, at DeSales University in Center Valley, PA.

  • 30 Jul

    SCRiM’s annual summer school is designed to foster opportunities for collaboration between scholars and practitioners while providing a solid foundation in the

  • 24 Oct
    Mark your calendar for Materials Day 2018, sponsored by Penn State’s Materials Research Institute. This year’s theme, “Grand Challenges Enabled by Materials,” will focus on six areas where Penn State can make significant advances to solving some of the 21st century’s most pressing challenges.
  • 08 Jan
    For a second consecutive year, the National Council for Science and the Environment is pleased to share that the 2019 Annual Conference will focus on Sustainable Infrastructure & Resilience and will build upon the conversation from the previous Annual Conference, held in January 2018.