Hospice nurse Donna O'Neill will soon graduate from the Penn State Abington RN to B.S. program where she "was able to unite my education with real world experiences. It brought the classroom to life.”
Thanksgiving transcends cultural differences at Abington where gratitude for community is celebrated and support for those in need is demonstrated.
Abington THONers staged its annual Stand Up FTK (For the Kids), a spirit-raising and donation-boosting event to keep the momentum strong in between canning weekends.
The Abington women's basketball players are a team in every sense of the word: They won their first two games and then turned out to cheer one of their captains as she was inducted into an international honor society.
The Abington basketball team turned out in force to support senior Jessica Schmidt during her induction into Kappa Delta Phi, an honor society for education majors.
Entrepreneurship and innovation are always relevant and dynamic topics, and during Global Entrepreneurship Week, it’s a treat to hear from Steven McMillan, checking in from his temporary home at the University of Malta.
Coming home from war and transitioning to civilian life is a long and stressful process for soldiers. Veterans Day at Penn State Abington focused on the challenges facing today's veterans who face longer and more frequent deployments.
Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of Nov. 9, 2014.
Dr. Jacqueline McLaughlin, associate professor of biology at Penn State Lehigh Valley, Founding Director of Penn State CHANCE, and chair of the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) Global Perspectives Committee (GPC), has helped orchestrate a special panel and poster presentation during this week's 2014 NABT conference that highlights the innovative science education and sustainability efforts of many Penn State faculty, staff and students.
Jacqueline McLaughlin, associate professor of biology at Penn State Lehigh Valley, founding director of Penn State CHANCE, and chair of the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) Global Perspectives Committee (GPC), has orchestrated along with Missy Coyle, research technologist at Penn State Lehigh Valley, and other GPC committee members, an interactive poster and panel discussion event entitled, “Promoting Global Sustainability in the Teaching and Learning of Biology.”
At Abington, it's referred to as Expo-tential: A record number of employers attend the annual Abington Fall Career Expo results in countless connections for students.