Min Xian | WPSU
Min Xian is a reporter at WPSU. She covers news that affects 13 counties in Central and Northern Pennsylvania, including many issues facing rural communities like broadband, healthcare access and changing economies. Her work included collaborations with other Pennsylvania public radio stations, including an investigative series on the commonwealth's lack of funding for public defenders and a project about the 2020 Elections with a focus on community engagement that won a Regional Murrow Award.
Min can be heard on WPSU's weekly interview show Take Note and sometimes as the on-air host for Morning Edition and All Things Considered. She was an Early Career Fellow for NPR's Next Generation Radio in 2018 and taught multimedia storytelling for the Keystone Multimedia Workshop for two years.
Min is a 2017 graduate of Penn State. She's embraced Pennsylvania winters as well as a Cantonese could.
Penn State’s Board of Trustees has named the university’s 19th president during a special meeting Thursday. WPSU’s Min Xian reports the current president at the University of Louisville, Neeli Bendapudi, will become the first woman and the first person of color to serve as Penn State’s president.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health has added COVID-19 reinfections to its statewide data. WPSU’s Min Xian reports that meant big jumps in COVID numbers last weekend.