Beth Montemurro, associate professor of sociology, will present "Love, American Style: The Evolution of Courtship and Dating" at 12:30 p.m. April 2 in Schlow Centre Region Library in State College as part of the Research Unplugged lecture series.
Penn State Abington student Marianna McBride examined the potential link through a new lens, using biosocial factors such as genetics and environment. She worked with her faculty mentor through Abington's undergraduate research program, ACURA.
The softball team won four of five games and two students athletes earned conference honors in lacrosse and tennis. Read all of the Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of March 22, 2015.
Starting a business while still a student hasn't always been easy or fun, but senior Joe Cusick is passionate about controlling his destiny. Get to know this Human of Penn State Abington.
A recap of thoughts and ideas from Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams and producer/director Palmer Enfield at Penn State Abington.
Two Penn State Abington student athletes earned conference player of the week honors while the women's lacrosse and men't tennis teams won last week. Check out all of the Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of March 15, 2015.
The nationally ranked Schreyer Honors College announced its acceptances for the Class of 2019 from a record total 3,721 applications received for the incoming freshman class. The accepted Schreyer Honors College Class of 2019 includes Scholars from 32 states and 12 countries. The final class count of 300, represents only 8 percent of the initial applicants.
A psychological organization selected research developed by Penn State Abington students for its recent conference. They answered questions and engaged with pre-eminent scholars during "enormously important" experience fostered by Abington College Undergraduate Research Activities (ACURA).
Nine Penn State Abington students presented their own research, or first-author work, at the Eastern Psychological Association annual conference in Philadelphia last week.
A water bottle in a publicity shot for the period drama "Downton Abbey" unleashed harsh criticism and hilarious parodies about the visual authenticity of the series. But it also raises deeper issues about its accuracy in advancing understanding of a remarkable time in British history, from 1912 through the 1920s. Penn State Abington Professor of History Andrew August, whose research focuses on social history, gender and culture in modern British history -- a sweet spot for discussing life on the fictional country estate of Downton Abbey -- weighs in on the cultural and historical accuracy of the wildly popular period drama "Downton Abbey."