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Scene at Penn State Abington: #DearYoungPerson

The Penn State Abington community sent about 150 postcards with encouraging messages to children in Charlottsville, Va., last week. In the aftermath of the events that took place there recently, the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Blue Ridge launched the #DearYoungPerson campaign to send messages of hope to children in the region. The postcard drive was cosponsored by the Penn State Abington Student Conduct Board and Residence Life. 

Jacklin Rhoads

Abington alumna now press secretary for U.S. senator

Jacklin Rhoads credits her experience at Penn State Abington for supporting her career success.

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.

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.
A member of the research team surveys a park visitor

Measuring and improving the impact of parks on health

A team of Penn State researchers is working with the National Park Service to measure and improve its impact on people’s health.
Bullying programs

Research supports redesigning anti-bullying programs

A new study that suggests differences in substance abuse between male and female bullying victims should lead to redesigning anti-bullying efforts, according to Penn State Abington biosocial criminologist Eric J. Connolly.
Abington accounting

Lean Accounting Summit Texas

Penn State Business faculty Tom Stone, left, and senior accounting major Jamen Brewster at the RiverWalk in San Antonio.

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Lonnie Golden office

Lonnie Golden, professor of economics and labor-employment relations at Penn State Abington

Lonnie Golden

Abington Faculty in the News: Part-time workers form economy's 'soft underbelly'

A Penn State Abington economics professor talked to washingtonpost.com about his new report on the shift to part-time work becoming the "new normal."
Penn State Abington voting

Penn State Abington student voting

 "I don't want our government to be more of the same." Tatiana Jennings, undeclared major, Penn State Abington

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