Professor Stanley-Baker (visiting from Germany) and Pettit (visiting from Taiwan) will participate in a public roundtable on magic, alchemy, drugs, and demons in pre-modern and contemporary China.
This event is in celebration of the launch of Abington College's new Asian Studies Minor in Spring 2014.
Why do we have morality? From where is it derived?
Professor Kurzban will discuss current evolutionary theories of morality, asserting that the adaptations that underlie moral judgment and behavior serve to deliver benefits (or prevent harm) to others. He will also discuss three lines of research built around an alternative view.
Professor Leslie Bostrom will give a lecture about her current series of work on display in the Woodland Commons Gallery.
On your day off, visit us to learn about the next steps in the admissions process, take part in a special presentation by Abington's esteemed faculty, and tour our beautiful campus.
-Registration begins at 10:30 am in the Sutherland building.
-Brief admissions presentation at 10:45 am in room 9, Sutherland building.
-Classroom experience from 11:10 am - 11:50 am.
Join us for a visit day on your day off from schoool!
Join us for a visit day on your day off from school! This program is for high school students who haven't applied.
-Registration begins at 2:15 p.m. in the Lares Student Union building.
-Admissions presentation at 2:30 p.m. in Lubert Commons, Lares building.
-Campus tour at 3:00 p.m.
Do not miss out on all of the amazing talent Penn State Abington has to offer! You're in store for a night of absolute amazement and extraordinary entertainment! Free!
Well-known comedian Eric O'shea will be gracing us with his comical abilities. Do not miss out on one of the most amazing events of the year!
Our Director of Financial Aid will help you understand your student aid summary and answer your questions. Financial aid officers also will be available for one-on-one meetings.
-Registration begins at 10:45 am in the Lares Student Union building.
-Financial aid presentation at 11:00 am.
Singer/songwriter Melissa Ferrick will share her thoughts about her life as an musician, lesbian, and woman through speech and song.
Her album "Everything I Need" was named 1999 Album of the Year by the Gay and Lesbian American Music Association.
Michele Norris is one of the most trusted voices in American Journalism. Her voice informs, engages and enlightens listeners with thoughtful interviews and in depth reporting as one of the hosts of NPR’s flagship afternoon broadcast, All Things Considered.