ASA Sydney 2023!

During the first week of December, members of ASA traveled to Sydney, Australia to attend the 185th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America at International Convention Centre Sydney, held in conjunction with the Australian Acoustical Society! There, we gave talks...

Haunted-U 2023!

On Saturday, September 30th, members of ASA participated in the Penn State Eberly College of Science’s annual Haunted-U event! For the event, we helped kids make oobleck using cornstarch, water, and food coloring, making sure it had just the right amount of...

Ask a Scientist at Grange Fair 2023!

On Friday, August 25th, members of ASA participated in the "Ask a Scientist" event at the Centre County Grange Fair. The event serves as a way for kids to talk with Penn State grad students about their areas of expertise and do fun activities to learn more about...

Discovery Space Reverberation Time Measurements!

Earlier this summer, a local non-profit in State College called Discovery Space reached out to our chapter in need of assistance with an acoustics-related project. Discovery Space is a science center that runs camps, after-school programs, and more for children of all...

ASA September 2021 Newsletter!

September 2021 Newsletter

Dr. Neal Talk & Steeping with Keeta Jones!

On March 31st, Dr. Matthew Neal (a Penn State alum and long-time contributor/participant at ASA) gave a talk about his recent work in virtual acoustics - specifically in exploring perceptual improvements of headphone-based spatial audio reproduction. It is anticipated...

DIY Audio Event & Tea Time with Dr. Stephen Hambric

On February 24th, PSU ASA hosted an event centered around DIY audio projects. Dan Watson and Nick Carder shared a bit about projects they've done in the past, including turning a wooden toy oven into a combo guitar amp, and various speaker builds. Zane also gave some...

PSU ASA Update Catchup – Thanksgiving 2020

Happy Thanksgiving! PSUASA has tried to stay busy for the past few months, exploring the possibilities for engaging new and current members during the pandemic! We're thankful that we have been able to stay connected, albeit in some less-familiar ways!...