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Thomas Heise

Spotlight on Abington faculty: Award-winning writer Thomas Heise

Penn State Abington Assistant Professor of English Thomas Heise's teaching, writing and scholarly work intersect on contemporary American literature, creative writing, city life and culture, and crime narratives.
Rolling Blackouts

'Rolling Blackouts' wins 2017 Lynd Ward Graphic Novel Prize

“Rolling Blackouts: Dispatches from Turkey, Syria and Iraq” by Sarah Glidden has won the 2017 Lynd Ward Prize for Graphic Novel of the Year. Penn State University Libraries sponsors the juried award and its administrator, the Pennsylvania Center for the Book.
Cooking in the Archives

Shakespeare in My Kitchen: Historic recipes re-created in modern kitchen

A professor blends her expertise on the Early Modern Era with a love of cooking.
students day of service

Welcome Week: A Look Back

Memorable moments from the celebration of all that makes Penn State Abington home — the people, academics, research, the arts, and service and officially welcoming Chancellor Damian J. Fernandez to the family.
The Abington Review 2015

The Abington Review 2015

The award-winning 2015 edition of The Abington Review, the Penn State Abington undergraduate literary magazine.

Abington literary magazine

Abington Review award

The Penn State Abington undergraduate literary magazine earned a major national award.