• 27 Mar

    Andy Lau
    Associate Professor of Engineering
    Penn State University

  • 30 Mar

    Bang on a Can All-Stars, which performed Julia Wolfe’s Steel Hammer at the Center for the Performing Arts in 2009, returns for a concert featuring Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning oratorio Anthracite Fields. The six-member Bang on a Can ensemble, started in 1992, is recognized internationally for its dynamic live performances and recordings of some of today’s most innovative music.

  • 06 Apr

    Linda Birnbaum, director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and National Toxicology Program, has spent more than 35 years researching, evaluating, and educating the public on risks associated with hazardous environmental exposures. She will discuss the impacts of global environmental health, what it means for our local families and communities, and 21st century environme

  • 10 Apr

    Brian Richter
    President at Sustainable Waters and Global Water Director at The Nature Conservancy

  • 11 Apr

    A viewing of the film "Age of Consequences"


  • 13 Apr

    David W. Eaton, PhD, Professor of Geosciences at the University of Calgary, and the NSERC/Chevron Industrial Research Chair in Microseismic System Dynamics will discuss recent research on induced seismicity and hydraulic fracturing.

  • 21 Apr
    ECMSS is an annual student run symposium held at Penn State’s University Park campus, which brings together graduate students, undergraduate students, and faculty members engaged in environmentally relevant research. This two day event typically draws 60-70 graduate and undergraduate researchers from Penn State and regional universities.
  • 26 Apr

    John Rogers, President, Keystone Conservation Trust

    This webinar answers a basic question. "What is nature worth?" Does it have a hidden value beyond the beauty and welfare of a community? What are we willing to pay to maintain or enhance our quality of life, health, cost of living and economy that nature provides?

  • 09 May
    The Ben Franklin Shale Gas Innovation and Commercialization Center www.sgicc.org is announcing today their 6th Annual Shale Gas Innovation Contest, offering a total of $60,000 in cash prizes for the three best shale energy oriented innovations, new product ideas, or service concepts that are either in the development stage or recently launched.
  • 22 May
    How do we meet the goals of energy affordability, sustainability and security to ensure innovation, policy and investment in our energy system going forward? To meet these current and future energy challenges, Penn State is hosting the Energy Days Conference on May 22-23, 2017 at Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center on University Park Campus.
  • 22 May

    The Paris Agreement signaled a global ambition to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and limit warming to 2°C by 2100, and attempt to limit it to 1.5°C.

  • 24 Jul
    Teachers will have the opportunity to participate and collaborate with leading researchers in the area of pollinator and plant-pollinator landscape research, CSATS science educators, and educators from across Pennsylvania.