Penn State Abington News

Pierce Salguero, assistant professor of Asian history at Penn State Abington, spent last semester in the Humanities Writ Large initiative at Duke University. As a visiting faculty fellow, he immersed himself in the North Carolina campus community -- teaching, learning, examining, and discussing concepts to enhance the experiences of Abington students.
Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of April 13, 2014.
College of Education alumni gathered at Penn State Abington recently to "tutor" May graduates on the interview process for public school districts.
Ryan Jacobs' experience in Abington Undergraduate Research Activities (ACURA) led him to an internship at world-renowned cancer research center and continues to impact his future as he graduates next month.
Ryan Jacobs' experience in Abington Undergraduate Research Activities (ACURA) led him to an internship at world-renowned cancer research center and continues to impact his future as he graduates next month.
Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of April 6.
A collective, silent exhale seemed to fill the Penn State Abington auditorium at the conclusion of "The Luckiest Kid," a play that examines the violation of boundaries between a teacher and her student. And as the playwright hoped, it sparked conversations about sexual abuse.
What do you want to do when you grow up? Even as a 10-year-old, Dave Lisowski's response always revolved around music as a singer, an actor in musical theater, or a recording artist. But a course the first-year student enrolled in at Penn State Abington gives him hands-on experience in another facet of the music industry: audio engineering.
Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of March 30.
Korea-based conglomerate Samsung wanted an expert to discuss enhancing productivity through shortened work hours with its 400,000 employees. So where in the world did they find this person? -- at Penn State Abington.
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