Study Abroad 101 is an informative Peer-to-Peer interactive presentation on the basics of study abroad at Penn State University.
Study Abroad 101 is an informative Peer-to-Peer interactive presentation on the basics of study abroad at Penn State University. After attending a Study Abroad 101 session, students will have a general understanding about program types (semester, academic year, summer and faculty-led embedded programs of study), types of courses available, housing opportunities, financial aid and program costs, application and the advising process.
Penn State Abington's ENACTUS Career Closet provides affordable suits to students who need business attire for a job or professional interview!
Full Suits $10-$15
Dress Shirts $5
Brands include Calvin Klein, Polo, Kenneth Cole,
The South Asian Student Association (SASA) presents a Tour of South Asia: An event where information about various South Asian cultures, festivals, languages, and food via PowerPoint slides will be provided. Cards will be distributed to audience members with questions on them. The audience will answer the questions throughout the presentation. At the end of the presentation, everyone will be treated to delicious ethnic food!
Chris Mustazza, 2002 Abington grad in IST, will speak on the topic "PennSound, Phonotextuality, and Poetry Audio Research: Using Digital Methods to Advance Research in Poetry and Poetics."
Get your teams ready!
This is a Family Feud style game show with quiz questions and Minute To Win It physical challenges. The event will also have raffles from local businesses and food from places such as Papa Johns, Chick-fil-la and Chipotle!
Admission: $3 before the event*, $5 at the door
All the money raised will go to the Four Diamonds Fund.
Sports and Domestic Violence: Higher Expectations for Conduct Off of the Field
Dr. Fadigan's Fall 2013 Sustainability Leadership 200 freshman seminar class was awarded a grant to build a campus greenhouse and garden. Students from the current section are still in the process of getting the site up and running. It will be located in the field across from the conference center up against the hedgerow.
Our goal is to create a small campus community garden for all to utilize and enjoy.
In the meantime, please join us for a free presentation of "Composting" in 313 Woodland!