The Penn State Abington campus community clearly reiterated its commitment to the success of its students last week when 39 students learned they would receive $100 vouchers to purchase books for the spring 2014 semester.
Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the weeks of Dec. 29 and Jan. 5
David and Michael Israeli, the third generation to lead a Philadelphia manufacturer, recently committed time and funding to customized training for their front-line supervisors. The decision enabled the Israelis to tackle two challenges common in business: developing and retaining key employees, thus avoiding the expense of hiring and training new workers; and helping employees become better decision-makers.
This is where the corporate training experts at Penn State Abington Continuing Education came into the equation and designed a plan specific to the goals of the 60-year-old firm: to provide 10 supervisors with advanced training relevant to their work environment and to do so on site.
Penn State Abington student athletes keep racking up honors as a men’s and a women’s soccer player were honored for their prowess on and off the field.
College students in particular are frantic by December with projects, presentations, and exams. But when snow piles up and school is closed, a day of movies and snowball fights isn’t necessarily an option. Penn State Abington junior Stacy Wanerman, president of the Student Government Association, reflected on the bittersweet nature of college snow days on the Lions Tales blog.
The statistician for Penn State Abington athletics should keep the records spreadsheet open and ready to update. Why? Because basketball player Mike Marvin just scored his 1,000th point - and he is only the sixth game into his third season.
Penn State Abington athletics scores for the week of Dec. 1. An Abington junior men's basketball player scored his 1,000th point.
The determination and energy of two groups of Penn State Abington students resulted in the donation of 6,675 pounds of food to a Philadelphia area hunger relief organization.
Netherlands native Emine Demirgil posted a Thanksgiving-inspired reflection last week expressing gratitude for Abington’s diverse community and the experiences it has offered her and other international students. The third-year business major’s post, titled "We Are The World," is on the Abington Lion Tales student blog
The Blue Crew is the brainchild of four Penn State Abington student athletes who want to fill the stands and the fields with passionate fans. According to Assistant Athletic Director Noelle Powell, Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) officers Brian Camp, Jess Schmidt and Kate Haas as well as Avery Barnes, a junior men’s basketball player, have been instrumental in launching the effort.