STEM Thursdays with Eberly College of Science


Peter Wilf

STEM Thursdays with Eberly College of Science, Week 6

Posted on July 22, 2021

Dr. Peter Wilf (College of Earth & Mineral Sciences) talks about his work in Patagonia. Dr. Wilf works with ancient fossils to learn about ancient climates. We’ll also get to see what fossil can be found right here in Pennsylvania! Continue »

 

Francesco Di Gioia

STEM Thursdays with Eberly College of Science, Week 5

Posted on July 15, 2021

Visit Penn State's Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center at Rock Springs, PA to talk with Dr. Francesco Di Gioia about how to grow vegetables with high tunnels, hysroponics, and other new and environmentally friendly techniques. Some of Dr. Di Gioia's work has been done in Italy, on the continent of Europe! Continue »

 

people in Africa

STEM Thursdays with Eberly College of Science, Week 4

Posted on July 8, 2021

Dr. Kristina Douglass from the Penn State Department of Anthropology joins Eberly College’s Justin Hazelton to talk about her work as an archaeologist on the east African island of Madagascar. Justin will also show you a fun arechaeological excavation activity that you can do at home. Continue »

 

Jenni Evans

STEM Thursdays with Eberly College of Science, Week 2

Posted on June 24, 2021

Dr. Jenni Evans, Professor of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science at Penn State, teaches us about hurricanes and her research with them. She shows us what Hurricane Ingrid was like in Australia and shows us a hurricane experiment you can do in your backyard. Continue »