Tag: Michael Mann

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Academic Freedom Panel Set For Friday

The panel features professors from a variety of backgrounds and will be moderated by media studies professor Michelle Rodino-Colocino.

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Sustainability Showcases Aim To Advance Environmental Discourse On Campus

Thirteen Sustainability Showcases will be held throughout the fall semester to connect passion, academic interest, and more.

Science On Tap Shares Penn State Research With Broader Community

Penn State's Science Policy Society is partnering with Liberty Craft House to make science personable by bringing research into the State College community. The group's first Science on Tap event attracted dozens of people to Liberty last month to hear more about faculty advisor Dr. Michael Mann's research on human-caused climate change.

Michael Mann To Speak At ‘Onward On Climate’ Demonstration

The demonstration, which will take place Wednesday afternoon, hopes to help Penn State understand the connection between social injustices and climate change.

National Review Needs Money for Mann Lawsuit

In July, the National Review agreed with a post from the Competitive Enterprise Institute that likened Penn State climatologist to Jerry Sandusky. Three months later, Doctor Mann filed lawsuits against these organizations. Citing a lack of funds, the publisher of National Review Online petitioned his readers for donations to fund their legal campaign.

Michael Mann Sues Conservative Groups for Libel

Penn State professor Michael Mann has been a leader in climate change research. As a result, conservatives have berated the climatologist because they allege he has manipulated his findings. Three months ago, the Competitive Enterprise Institute and The National Review likened the professor to Jerry Sandusky. Michael Mann is now suing for damages.

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