The Penn State Abington student organization hosted Nadya Tolokno, founder of the Russian feminist artist collective Pussy Riot, as part of its efforts to elevate discussions on campus regarding criminal justice reform, feminism, LGBTQ issues and race relations.
Sharon Ann Holt, associate teaching professor of history at Penn State Abington, will give a virtual presentation titled “Science, Sympathy, and the World of Civil War Medicine” at noon on March 10 as part of Penn State Great Valley and Penn State at the Navy Yard’s NoonTimeU webinar series.
Penn State University Libraries invites creative Penn State students, faculty and staff to submit their best circus-themed creative writing to the short stories “A Night at the Circus”-themed writing contest, open for submissions Monday, March 1, through Friday, April 2.
The Penn State Abington Center for Career and Professional Development leverages virtual meeting technology to present events and trainings to support students as they build their networks and search for jobs and internships.
Penn State is planning a phased return over the summer semester to a full on-campus learning environment for fall 2021. The University’s priorities continue to be the health and well-being of its students, faculty, staff and local communities, and the plans for expanded in-person classes have the flexibility built in to quickly respond to changing pandemic conditions, if necessary.
Penn State Abington senior Megan Close received an award that recognizes the achievements of outstanding undergraduates who have demonstrated responsible leadership and show promise of public-spirited achievement in the future.
Taking advantage of virtual meeting technology, Penn State Brandywine and Penn State Abington partnered on a series of events to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Reflecting the theme of this year’s Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service, the events focused on COVID-19 and justice.