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Reframing body weight as baby weight may help women handle pregnancy

Pregnant women often rely on two identities -- a pregnant self and a non-pregnant self -- to help them navigate the profound psychological and physiological effects that pregnancy has on their body image, according to a Penn State Abington researcher.
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Penn State faculty hone teaching skills at annual entrepreneurship retreat

More than 40 faculty and staff members from eight colleges and four campuses came together Aug. 16-17 at University Park for the fourth annual ENTI Minor Faculty and Friends Summer Gathering. ENTI is Penn State’s Intercollege Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
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Working off first-day nerves at Penn State Abington

Penn State Abington welcomed the class of 2020 into the family this week. The events head off first week nerves by arming freshman with some important things: new friends and practical information, such as finding the advising office and picking up parking tags.

Abington, partners earn national sustainability certification

Abington Township earned a national designation as a leader in sustainable communities, the result of a yearlong collaboration between 50 community partners, including Penn State Abington.
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Shadowing day at Abington for Latino high schoolers

The day at Penn State Abington demystified the college experience for Latino teens and reinforced the impact of higher education for themselves and their communities.
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Penn State named No. 1 ‘powerful college network’ by College Magazine

Penn State has been named No. 1 by College Magazine in its ranking of the “10 Most Powerful College Networks,” citing the University as top among institutions whose graduates “continue to shape their school’s reputation through career success, fame, and mentorships.”
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Abington campers add service to summer fun

The Penn State Abington campers and elementary education majors added a simple service component to the agenda this year. Campers donated items including school supplies, books and winter clothes for children enrolled in Abington’s partner schools.
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Abington student literary magazine earns pair of honors

The Penn State Abington undergraduate literary magazine earned two honors recently: a national award for an edition inspired by the aftermath of the atomic bombings in Japan, and the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum added it to its research collection.

Remote robot connects engineering students, UMaine cohorts

Penn State Abington and Brandywine engineering majors used a mobile telepresence robot — an iPad attached to a self-balancing vehicle — to collaborate with students at the University of Maine.
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Worth melting for ... Abington student at Disney college program

Penn State Abington senior Mary Roche said her experience in the Disney College program was worth melting for — literally because the days were long and hot but she wouldn't have traded it for all of the magic in the world.