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Ira Lubert gift

Penn State board chair endows $500,000 Open Doors scholarship gift for Abington

Ira Lubert's $500,000 commitment to Penn State Abington will help students reduce college debt and graduate on time and on track for successful careers.

Penn State Bookstores awards second round of Barnes and Noble grants

The Penn State Bookstores, managed by Barnes and Noble, has awarded its second round of grants to support a range of programs and initiatives across the University. As previously announced, the bookstores launched the new grant program through a five-year, $1.25 million commitment to the University.
Abington embedded courses

Bucks New University

An Abington police officer helps a Bucks New University student try on a protective vest during the tour of the police training facility.

Abington study abroad

Malta cafe

Penn State Abington students eating in a traditional Maltese cafe during their one-week study abroad experience.

Ira Lubert

Penn State Board of Trustees chair commits $5 million for University-wide impact

Ira Lubert, a 1973 Penn State graduate and chair of the University’s Board of Trustees, has committed $5 million to benefit numerous areas across the institution.
Abington continuing education

Photo of the Week: Abington Continuing Education

The first cohort of Vocational English as Second Language students completed a 100-hour program through the Penn State Abington Office of Continuing Education. Sixteen students participated. The project’s mission is to provide comprehensive vocational training to the low-income multilingual workforce in southeastern Pennsylvania and to prepare them to enter the health industry as home health aides or certified nursing assistants. 

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Abington partnership schools

Children from schools in the region visit Penn State Abington.

China IST majors spring 2017

China feature image

IST majors in China spring 2017

 

Alternative Spring Break: Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota

Kaltra Bani, a sophomore at Penn State Abington, recalls how her recent Alternate Spring Break to a Native American reservation in South Dakota changed her perspective.

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