An array of venues and collections enhance agricultural research, educational programming, public outreach, and interactive experiences.

Air Quality Learning and Demonstration Center

The Air Quality Learning and Demonstration Center is located in the northwestern section of the Arboretum. The major objective of the center is to offer educational programs and public outreach about air pollution's effects on plants of the farm, garden, forest, and field in Pennsylvania.

The Arboretum at Penn State

Established in 1914, the Arboretum engages the academic strengths of the University in promoting scholarship and education about plants and their history and importance on earth.

Frost Entomological Museum

The museum houses Penn State's insect and related arthropod collections and serves a valuable educational function by making insect biodiversity accessible to the general public through displays for the casual visitor and educational visits for school groups and other interested organizations.

Museum Collections

The Department of Ecosystem Science and Management oversees the Bird and Mammal Collection, which houses approximately 2,045 mammals and 1,844 birds that are used for research, teaching, and outreach.

Green Roofs

Penn State is committed to developing and sustaining a green campus. As such, all new buildings will utilize green technologies and many will have green roofs.

Pasto Agricultural Museum

Located on the Ag Progress Days site in Rock Springs, this museum has approximately 1,300 rare and unusual farm and household items dating from 4,000 BC to the 1940s.

Shaver's Creek Environmental Center

Located within the Stone Valley Experimental Forest, this outreach facility provides hands-on experiences for families, schools, Penn State students, and more.

Office for Research and Graduate Education

Address

217 Agricultural Administration Building
University Park, PA 16802-2600

Office for Research and Graduate Education

Address

217 Agricultural Administration Building
University Park, PA 16802-2600