About the Sub-surfer Applicator

Researchers have developed a new injection applicator for dry manures. Results show an increase in crop yields as well as a decrease in nutrient run-off and ammonia emissions by 90%. On-farm testing will take place throughout the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.

Academic Advising

Faculty and staff advisers help you refine your goals and make plans to achieve your objectives through in- and out-of-class educational opportunities.

Academic Calendar
Academic Integrity
Academic Integrity

Review these important University policies designed to ensure that work done is one's own and that the work of others is properly recognized.

Academic Integrity - Undergraduate Advising Handbook

Academic integrity information from the Division of Undergraduate Studies.

Academic Integrity Form (PDF)
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Access NEPA, Scranton: 4-H programs find new ways for participants to show their work

4-H extension educators SarahRae Sisson, Sandi Graham and Chelsea Hill talk about how 4-H youth have adjusted to the cancellation of county fairs in northeastern Pennsylvania counties.

Accident & Injury Reporting

Forms, procedures, and contact information to report an employee or participant injury or an accident.

Accredited Online Colleges
Accuweather (via MSN.com): Longer summers and irregular weather could harm breathtaking autumn foliage

If climate change is reducing the autumn cool-down phase, it will reduce the potential for fall colors, says Marc Abrams, professor of forest ecology and physiology.

Accuweather.com: 'Troublesome' spotted lanternflies can result in harmful crop loss for farmers

Emelie Swackhamer, horticulture extension educator, Julie Urban, senior research associate in entomology, and Heather Leach, extension associate in entomology, are quoted or cited in this article, which also appeared on ATT.net and other outlets.

AccuWeather.com: 5 ways you can offset declining bee populations with your garden

Connie Schmotzer, consumer horticulture extension educator, offers tips for creating a pollinator-friendly landscape around your home.

AccuWeather.com: 17-year cicadas to swarm eastern US this spring

Greg Hoover, senior extension associate in entomology, comments on this year's emergence of periodical cicada Brood V, which last was seen in 1999.

AccuWeather.com: Does winter's harsh cold air mean lower tick activity during spring, summer?

Joyce Sakamoto, research associate in entomology, explains the nuances of how cold weather affects the survival of ticks.

AccuWeather.com: Everything you need to know about coronavirus

Beth McGraw, professor and Huck Scholar in Entomology and director of the Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics, comments on the potential effects of temperature on coronavirus spread.

AccuWeather.com: Here they come -- 17-year cicadas to emerge in 3 states this spring, summer

Michael Skvarla, director of the Insect Identification Lab and assistant research professor of entomology, explains how temperature can affect the emergence of periodical cicadas.

Activate Online User ID - Penn State Access Account

New students must take their Penn State ID+ Card to a signature station to activate their online user ID.

Activities and Games shared at 2019 conference

NEA sharing sessions on food safety, meal planning, MyPlate, Nutrition facts label, whole grains.

Addiction Now: Drug use down among young adults who participated in PROSPER program

This article highlights research about the PROSPER program, which is offered in Pennsylvania through Penn State Extension.

Adele M. Turzillo

Professor and Department Head, Animal Science

ADHD – Focus on Adult

by Dr. Marta Moore

ADL Education and Outreach Curriculum Resources

For Diversity-focused educational resources on the Anti-Defamation League website paste the following url in your web browser. http://www.adl.org/education-outreach/

Adressing Bias: Rights, Responsiblities and Responses

Current students identified critical issues around rights and responsibilities related to bias and free expression. This site will help you learn about these issues, access resources, and test your knowledge of common situations. Our goal is for Penn State students, faculty, and staff to use their voices thoughtfully and responsibly to demonstrate respect and model excellence.

Affirmative Action Office

The Affirmative Action Office (AAO) supports Penn State’s strategic goals of advancing a diverse and inclusive community by providing expert advice and leadership to colleges and campuses, and all non-academic units, ensuring an environment free from discrimination and harassment.

Affirmative Action Training

Laurie Weinreb-Welch and Kathy DiGuiseppe provided training to define affirmative action in relation to our work, and the what, how, and how long we need to keep documents to prove we are complying with federal laws.

After Hurricane Sandy, many confront food-safety issues

Martin Bucknavage, Penn State senior food safety extension associate, offers advice for dealing with food items affected by flooding and power outages.

Ag Advisers/Representatives at Campuses
Ag Alternatives

Factsheets designed to help you select crop or livestock enterprises for your farm. Whether you are a full-time farmer looking to diversify or a part-time farmer looking to generate additional income from your property, there are many important issues to consider when selecting a new enterprise.

Information Technologies


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