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Salar Ghahramani

Assistant Professor Salar Ghahramani addresses the incoming class of first year students at Penn State Abington.

Students Share Career Advice

Penn State Abington students share career advice they learned from events and sessions with the Center for Career & Professional Development.

 

Keys to Successful Networking

Representatives from Enterprise visited with 50 Abington students to share valuable networking and career strategies. Here five students comment on their takeaways from the Oct 2017 event on campus.

Banned Books Reading event

Students comment on why the Banned Book Readings event on campus is important. They had read excerpts from books which had been censored or banned in the past, like "Catcher in the Rye", "Heather Has Two Mommies" and "To Kill a Mockingbird".

Men of Color Leadership Academy at Penn State Abington

Melvin Gupton, Corporate Communication professor at Penn State Abington, talks about the Men of Color Leadership Academy program for first-year students.

I THON at Penn State Abington

Students volunteers at Penn State's Abington campus comment on why they volunteer to raise money for THON, the student-run organization committed to enhancing the lives of children and families impacted by childhood cancer.

I THON at Penn State Abington because ...

Penn State Abington students talk about why they volunteer to raise money for THON, the student-run organization committed to supporting children and families impacted by childhood cancer.

I THON at Penn State Abington

Students volunteers at Penn State's Abington campus comment on why the volunteer to raise money for THON, student-run organization committed to enhancing the lives of children and families impacted by childhood cancer.

Jeremy and Ashley discuss Internships

Jeremy Lessard and Ashley Nunez-Reyes talk briefly about the value of using the on-campus Center for Career & Professional Development resources to help you achieve your career goals.

Heard at Abington: Why is Banned Books Week important?

Penn State Abington students and faculty marked national Banned Books Week by reading from books that have been challenged, censored, or banned. The books included "Catcher in the Rye," "Heather Has Two Mommies," and "To Kill A Mockingbird."

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