- Master of Engineering Management
The Penn State online engineering management graduate degree combines a curriculum rich in problem solving, management science, and economics. It was designed to enhance your capabilities to manage projects and lead technical teams in both the public and private sectors.
- Advanced Manufacturing Forum - LEAN & Green
The objective of the Advanced Manufacturing Forum is to provide managers with a setting in which to share experiences and ideas about implementing advanced manufacturing technology (AMT) and advanced manufacturing practices (AMP), and thus to learn from each other. The current theme is lean manufacturing and applying lean methodologies to sustainability, with presentations by managers with extensive experience in implementing lean practices that focus on product design, manufacturing, and the supply chain.
- PennTAP Services for Manufacturers
Penn State’s PennTAP organization offers an array of services for the manufacturing sector, including:
- ISO 50001 Energy Management Gap Analysis
- Energy Efficiency Assessments
- ISO 14000Gap Analysis
- P2E2 Assessments
- Green Supplier Network Analysis
- E3 Assessments (Clean, E2, GHG)
- Clean Manufacturing Assessment
- CAMEL (Climate, Adaptation, Mitigation, E-Learning)
A free, comprehensive, interdiscpilinary, multi-media resource for educators. Teach, create and share curricular resources on climate change.
- Master of Community and Economic Development
Penn State's master of professional studies in community and economic development can prepare you for a career as a community development professional. The community and economic development program balances theory and its practical application to real-life opportunities and challenges faced by communities around the globe today.
- Conewago Watershed video
The Conewago Creek watershed is a 52 square mile area north of Harrisburg, PA. This story highlights local perspectives on the importance of creating and maintaining a healthy watershed for the community and the Susquehanna River Basin, as a whole.
- Chesapeake Lobby Talk Roll-In
This Penn State Cooperative Extension community engagement video tells a short story that sets up the Chesapeake Bay environmental concerns of Virginia and Maryland watermen.
- Chesapeake Bay
The Chesapeake Bay, the largest estuary on Earth, is in danger due to human activity. Hear four experts discuss the importance of the bay, how its damage may affect our water supply, and the efforts underway to restore the watershed.
- Manure Du Jour Webinars
Research and practices for Pennsylvania’s animal agricultural operations and best protection of air and water quality are the focus of a weekly lunch hour program, Manure Du Jour: Serving Pennsylvania’s Best Practices on Animal Ag, Water Quality, and Air Quality. Webinars feature experts from Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences and Penn State Cooperative Extension, Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), Pennsylvania State Conservation Commission (SCC), USDA Agricultural Research Service.
- Pennsylvania Discovery Watersheds
No matter where you live in Pennsylvania, you are part of many different watersheds. Each stream, pond, lake, and groundwater aquifer has a watershed that captures and delivers water to it. Protecting the land area that makes up each watershed is critical to maintain water quality and quantity for both human use and aquatic life.
- Nutrient and Environmental Management
Penn State Cooperative Extension offers information and programs about nutrient management issues related to various livestock. Topics include crops, economics, health, manure, nutrition, policy, storage and water quality.