Robotics enthusiasts flocked to the annual Penn State Abington Regional Firefighting Robot Contest last week.
Penn State Abington honored some of its outstanding students on a picture-perfect spring evening last week at the Awards and Leadership Dinner. The annual recognition program highlights high-achievers in all academic divisions as well as those who have excelled in diversity and leadership.
Penn State Abington Assistant Professor Mikhail Kagan prefers to focus on his students. But the self-described passionate physics professor has had to adjust being in the spotlight recently.
Last month, Kagan was presented with the 2013 George W. Atherton Award for Excellence in Teaching by University President Rodney Erickson.
Abington students joined hundreds of other students, alumni and friends of the University in Harrisburg last week.
Penn State Abington associate professor of marketing Shruti Gupta has been named the recipient of the Ogontz '65 Career Development Professorship (CDP) to support her research into the consumer behavior of the 4 billion people worldwide who earn about $2 per day.
Penn State Abington has a well-earned reputation as a thriving environment for undergraduate and faculty research. Abington College Associate Dean of Academic Affairs Norah Shultz provides some insight into this invaluable aspect of the Abington experience, which is open to students at all levels and across all disciplines.
An emergency room nurse and mother of two says the hybrid structure of the Penn State Abington R.N. to B.S. degree in nursing allows her to balance her busy life.
After years of successfully balancing academics and athletics, three Penn State Abington student athletes missed last month’s commencement due to a post-season baseball tournament in Washington, D.C
Is there life beyond our planet? And how would we know? Exploring questions such as these are sure to engage students, and Penn State Abington is offering educators the opportunity to explore astrobiology this summer while developing engaging projects for their classrooms.