Penn State Abington News

Penn State Abington and its community partner the Abington School District rededicated the upgraded and renovated Memorial Field last week, officially opening the athletic facility for shared use by the college, the school district, and the community. The college's NCAA Division III membership increased its competitiveness in the Philadelphia market leading Penn State Abington to initiate the $5 million-plus investment with no cost to the school district or local taxpayers.
Rebecca Cianci, Madhavi Kari and Binh P. Le will be the Administrative Fellows for 2015-16.
A new study written by Penn State Abington economics professor Lonnie Golden criticizes a business practice that commonly affects millions of American workers who earn the least. His report details the negative economic and work-family impact of irregular scheduling, a topic gaining momentum as government officials examine protecting workers' rights.
A research collaboration between a first-year Penn State Abington student and a faculty mentor yielded intriguing findings in the link between maternal depression and problem behaviors in teens. Their study claimed one of the top prizes at the Abington College Undergraduate Research Activities (ACURA) annual poster fair.
A research collaboration between a first-year Penn State Abington student and a faculty mentor yielded intriguing findings in the link between maternal depression and problem behaviors in teens. Their study claimed one of the top prizes at the Abington College Undergraduate Research Activities (ACURA) annual poster fair.
As the country reflects on the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, a Penn State Abington student shares a local man's experience as a Union soldier. She spent more than a year transcribing his journal and uncovering his life after the war.
As the country reflects on the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, a Penn State Abington student shares a local man's experience as a Union soldier. She spent more than a year transcribing his journal and uncovering his life after the war.
A Penn State Abington biology professor and two student researchers identified a cellular pathway that might improve outcomes in elderly populations suffering from heat-related illness or hyperthermia. A peer-reviewed journal recently accepted their manuscript for publication.
Penn State Abington students traveled to the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, one of the premier study locations in the world for astronomers, last fall to collect data for their research projects. Three days in a remote West Virginia mountain town learning to use and tune enormous telescopes led to months of number crunching as part of the Abington College Undergraduate Research Activities (ACURA).
Penn State Abington students traveled to the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, one of the premier study locations in the world for astronomers, last fall to collect data for their research projects. Three days in a remote West Virginia mountain town learning to use and tune enormous telescopes led to months of number crunching as part of the Abington College Undergraduate Research Activities (ACURA).
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