Penn State Abington News

The Invent Penn State seed funding competition awarded $50,000 to Penn State Abington to advance development of a maker/innovation space, enhancing the entrepreneurial ecosystem at the college and the surrounding community. It will create a vibrant community resource that combines maker and co-working areas with an innovation and idea hub.
Penn State Abington Kids & Teen College balances summer fun with stemming summer learning loss. One teen who attends multiple camps each year calls it "a perfect and pleasurable experience."
The Invent Penn State seed funding competition awarded $50,000 to Penn State Abington to advance development of a maker/innovation space, enhancing the entrepreneurial ecosystem at the college and the surrounding community. It will create a vibrant community resource that combines maker and co-working areas with an innovation and idea hub.
The Committee on Institutional Cooperation's Academic Leadership Program has gained five additional fellows from the Penn State ranks. The CIC is the academic consortium of the Big Ten universities plus the University of Chicago. Through its leadership program, participants who have demonstrated exceptional ability and administrative promise are aided in further developing their leadership and managerial skills.
The drive to support people runs strong and deep within Quintara Tucker, the first in her family to enroll in college. The new Penn State Abington graduate begins a master's program in psychology this fall, aiming to follow in the footsteps of her Abington mentors and teach at the college level.
Three hundred new Penn State Abington alumni were unleashed on the world at spring commencement, but they were urged to carefully balance achievement and humanity.
Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of April 26, 2015.
Penn State Abington and its community partner the Abington School District rededicated the upgraded and renovated Memorial Field last week, officially opening the athletic facility for shared use by the college, the school district, and the community. The college's NCAA Division III membership increased its competitiveness in the Philadelphia market leading Penn State Abington to initiate the $5 million-plus investment with no cost to the school district or local taxpayers.
Rebecca Cianci, Madhavi Kari and Binh P. Le will be the Administrative Fellows for 2015-16.
A new study written by Penn State Abington economics professor Lonnie Golden criticizes a business practice that commonly affects millions of American workers who earn the least. His report details the negative economic and work-family impact of irregular scheduling, a topic gaining momentum as government officials examine protecting workers' rights.
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