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Abington partnership schools

Children from schools in the region visit Penn State Abington.

China IST majors spring 2017

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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.

Diversity Leadership Retreat

Jiten Patel said the retreat was the rewarding experience he has had at Penn State Abington.

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Abington celebrates 100 years of education

Penn State Abington marked a century of education at the campus with a free public event on May 21. Dolores Fidishun, head librarian, and her staff set up displays representing major milestones in the history of the college at the event, "Celebrating 100 Years of Education at Abington."
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Abington chancellor talks college's future with chamber of commerce

A local chamber of commerce hosted the Penn State Abington chancellor and other nonprofit leaders to discuss developments at the Abington Township organizations.
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Penn State Abington nursing partnership

Kevin Pollock, left, president of Montgomery County Community College, and Damian J. Fernandez, chancellor of Penn State Abington.

Penn State Abington nursing partnership

Penn State Abington nursing partnership

Penn State Abington Chancellor Damian J. Fernandez with students Joelle Liwerant, center, and Elyssa Pizza. 

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Abington, community college announce bachelor's in nursing partnership

A partnership between Penn State Abington and Montgomery County Community College will allow students to earn a Penn State bachelor's degree in nursing while taking courses at the community college.
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Penn State Abington Photo of the Week: Collegiate Leadership Competition

A team of six Penn State Abington students earned second place for processing goals and teamwork and fifth place overall in the annual Collegiate Leadership Competition at Widener University last week. The judges were Widener faculty and staff, chief executive officers, and leadership institute professionals, who challenge students and help prepare them to lead in the workforce. For 10 weeks, the six Abington students practiced, building a community of like-minded leaders while learning about group dynamics, conflict resolution, communication, and problem solving. The Abington team was comprised of Peter Bilenko, Natalie Bonilla, Fanny Frias, Katherine Grinberg, Travis Jackson, and Zeyu Liu. The coaches were Kaitlin Wolfert, an academic advisor at Abington, and Kate Brice, coordinator of Student Programs in Student Engagement and Leadership.

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