A longtime connection between the legendary Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) Philadelphia Flower Show and Penn State Abington blooms again Feb. 12 with a guided tour of “the secret garden” at Meadowbrook Farm, where a breathtaking horticultural balancing act occurs each winter in advance of the show.
Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of Feb. 2.
In October 2013, the Sustainability Institute announced its new internal grant program, The Reinvention Fund, intended to support collaborative projects by faculty, staff and students that will improve and expand sustainability efforts at Penn State. Of the more than $700,000 allocated for investment in these projects, $102,000 has been dedicated to support proposals received by student teams.
Twenty-two proposals were received from interdisciplinary student teams, and 11 were selected to be funded. The funded proposals represent innovative ideas from four of Penn State's campuses -- Abington; Berks; Erie, The Behrend College; and University Park.
Penn State Abington students didn’t use the day off from classes on Jan. 20th as an opportunity to sleep late. While some spent the Dr. Martin Luther King Day of Service assisting outside organizations in the Philadelphia region, one group marked the day by gathering in the Lares Building on campus and juggling multiple projects to benefit the neediest members of the community.
Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of Jan. 26, 2014.
Stacy Wanerman’s mom told her to get involved in college life. Wanerman did what mom asked, and she joined -– and is now president of -- the Student Government Association (SGA) at Penn State Abington. The junior business major’s post on the Abington Lions Tales student blog explores how connecting with others outside of the classroom changed her life.
Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of Jan. 19.
Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of Jan. 12.
She is passionate about conservation, Penn State Abington, and life in general. So it isn’t surprising that senior Colleen Kelsey spent time during the demanding opening week of classes to reflect on her final college semester. The science major’s post, "So Many Things, So Little Time!" on the Abington Lion Tales student blog explores her realization that the next few months will be filled with endings and beginnings.
The big reveal of the Academy Award nominations last week kicked off lively debate among "experts" – from your friends to the critics at rottentomatoes.com - on who will win, who was snubbed and which film will dominate the awards. At Penn State Abington, the opinion that matters comes campus's own expert Moylan C. Mills. The professor emeritus of integrative arts is widely respected in the Philadelphia region and beyond for his knowledge of film and the entertainment industry.