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Abington global studies Malta

Photo of the Week: Abington students in Malta

Penn State Abington students spent spring break studying business ethics in Malta. Along with coursework, student and photographer Rebecca Stitzinger found inspiration in the Mediterranean Sea.

Global studies India Nepal

Abington faculty visit Nepal, India to prep for new study abroad course

The exploratory trip is the first step in developing a Penn State Abington information sciences and technology course with a required short-term study abroad component.
Abington study abroad

Spring break Abington-style: Study abroad, service, leadership training

Penn State Abington students, faculty and staff traveled to Malta, England, Ireland, South Dakota, and Delaware to study, perform service, and participate in an intense leadership retreat.
Global studies Abington

Study Abroad: Comparative Criminal Justice in England

Penn State Abington students traveled to New Bucks University outside of London to compare and contrast the justice systems in the United States and England.

CHANCE Cuba study abroad

Applications available for summer study abroad in Cuba

Penn State Abington students have the opportunity to become among the first college students to study in Cuba through a summer research practicum focusing on Cuban conservation efforts and environmental policies.
Spain embedded

The Spain Experience

A group of Penn State Abington students studied in Salamanca, Spain, in the fall 2016.

Penn State senior Ramya Gurunathan received a Winston Churchill Scholarship and will attend Cambridge University to pursue an MPhil in Scientific Computing.

Penn State Senior wins prestigious Churchill Scholarship

Penn State senior Ramya Gurunathan received a Winston Churchill Scholarship and will attend Cambridge University to pursue an MPhil in Scientific Computing. 

North Pole

Abington to the North Pole: Research inspires prize-winning art

"North Pole," artwork created by a Penn State Abington student for an undergraduate research project, claimed first prize in an exhibit sponsored by The Polar Center at Penn State. Senior Jacqueline Lanning traveled to Norway and worked with international experts documenting the early exploration of the world’s northernmost archipelago, Franz Josef Land.

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