The Washington Post and Bloomberg.com asked Penn State Abington faculty about two very different topics: whale skeletons at the Smithsonian and a Seattle startup that converts unused vacation time into other benefits.
Students from American and German universities mixed into teams at the annual Penn State Abington international business competition. They worked through communication challenges to develop business proposals for a worldwide technology company.
Philanthropist, real estate developer, and 1962 alumnus Steven H. Korman arrived at Penn State Abington to discuss some serious business with a select group of Penn State Abington students — the business of living a good and fulfilling life.
An Inc. magazine editorial encourages companies to implement policies based on research by a Penn State Abington labor economist. The study suggests flexibility to balance work with personal needs makes employees happier, ultimately boosting productivity and retention.
Lonnie Golden, professor of economics at Penn State Abington, testified this week at a hearing on proposed legislation aimed at eliminating erratic work schedules for hourly employees in the District of Columbia.
A Penn State Abington tradition: On a sunny fall afternoon, the Abington community pays to smash a whipped cream pie in the face of a "favorite" friend to raise money for kids with cancer through Abington THON.
A Penn State Abington faculty member recently published an illustrated history of 100 years of education at the campus, "Penn State Abington and the Ogontz School." The author will host a book signing on Oct. 21.