Legally blind golf pro earns turfgrass management degree through World Campus
William "Monty" Elam has been legally blind since an operation almost a decade ago left him without sight in either eye. But that didn’t stop him from earning a bachelor's in turfgrass science online through Penn State World Campus. Read Monty's story on the Penn State News website.
Penn State World Campus most recognized in U.S. News' online programs rankings
Penn State's online bachelor's degree programs have been recognized for the sixth year in a row by the U.S. News & World Report Best Online Programs Rankings for 2017. Learn more about Penn State's rankings in the recently released report.
From Williamsport to K.C.: World Series are nothing new for turfgrass student
Evan Fowler, a junior turfgrass science major from Franklin, now lives in Kansas City while he finishes his degree online through Penn State World Campus. He landed a job on the Royals' grounds crew after completing an internship with the organization. Read more about Evan’s turfgrass background.
Penn State turfgrass program hits trifecta of major U.S. golf events
This year marks a special milestone in the history of the Penn State turfgrass program as well as U.S. tournament play. Penn State alumni will oversee all three majors this year and more. Read the full article.
Alumni Mark Kuhn talks about Penn State's turfgrass program attributes with Bloomberg TV
Penn State turf program alumni Mark Kuhn, director of grounds at Baltusrol Golf Club, tells Bloomberg TV why Penn State still has the top turfgrass curriculum today, and how he uses the alumni network to communicate and improve his club's operations. Watch the 2-minute video here.