Penn State Abington News

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."
A first-year baseball player comes out hitting and earns conference player of the week honors plus the Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of March 8.
Research Unplugged launches its spring season on March 19 with a slate of six speakers covering topics including orphans, exoplanets, love, political satire, Biblical stories and sonification.
Research Unplugged launches its spring season on March 19 with a slate of six speakers covering topics including orphans, exoplanets, love, political satire, Biblical stories and sonification.
Penn State Abington women kicked off March with a basketball title and athlete of the week honors for two lacrosse players. Don't miss the scores and achievements for the week of March 1, 2015.
Twenty-three faculty and staff marked milestones ranging from 10 to 30 years of service to Abington.
Communication students at Penn State Abington are benefiting from the addition of streaming video content in their redesigned hybrid courses.
Eight Penn State undergraduate student research teams from five campuses represented Penn State as the largest Pennsylvania college or university contingent at the Capitol Rotunda on March 3 in Harrisburg. They presented their research with students from more than 100 Pennsylvania colleges and universities as part of the Undergraduate Research at the Capitol-Pennsylvania event.
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