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Tina Vance-Knight

Tina Vance-Knight

Tina Vance-Knight, director of Career & Professional Development at Penn State Abington, serves as advisor to Sister2Sister.

Abington Sister 2 Sister

Sister2Sister's goals: More graduates, community among Abington women of color

Connecting women of color with mentors and resources at Penn State Abington.
Abigail Akande

Penn State Abington welcomes 28 world-class faculty

Penn State Abington deepened and broadened its teaching ranks this fall, adding 28 new full-time faculty.
Hudson Marsh

Abington partners with Emmy-winning music tech firm

Penn State Abington students can earn credentials to work in nearly any music production studio in the world.
Meghan Gillen Abington

Meghan Gillen

Meghan Gillen, associate professor of psychology, Penn State Abington

Meghan Gillen Abington

Meghan Gillen

Meghan Gillen, associate professor of psychology, Penn State Abington

Meghan Gillen Abington

Meghan Gillen

Meghan Gillen, associate professor of psychology, Penn State Abington

Meghan Gillen Abington

Meghan Gillen

Meghan Gillen, associate professor of psychology, Penn State Abington

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Student research: Pet owners differ on 'Better Than Average Effect'

My dog's the best, but my cat's like the rest -- those are the findings of Penn State Abington sophomore Sasha Thomas' research into the social phenomenon known as the "Better Than Average Effect" (BTAE).

Thomas was intrigued by BTAE and after finding that Americans spend almost $100 million a year on their pets, she focused her undergraduate research project on BTAE, specifically as it applies to people and their furry friends.

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