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Nov 20 see the new outdoor Art Installation created by David Buckley Borden designed to foster environmental awareness.

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Convenient, Affordable, Innovative.

A program designed specifically for working adults who want to complete the degree on a part-time basis.
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Get A New World View

Students enhance their academic and personal brands through short-term study abroad courses offered at Penn State Abington. Prepare now to travel to Iceland, Japan, or Scotland next year with the support of Abington's Office of Global Programs.
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When You're Here, You're Home

Take a peek inside home sweet home for 400 Penn State Abington students, the Lions Gate apartments.
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Connect. Grow. Succeed.

Whether you take small steps or a giant leap into college life, you have a partner in the Office of Student Engagement & Leadership (SEAL).
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Walmart business challenge

Abington team captures first place in retail and sales business challenge

Two teams from Penn State Abington competed in the Council for Retail and Sales Collegiate Challenge 2019 powered by Walmart, which simulates what happens in the real business world.
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Distinguished attorney to speak at Penn State Abington commencement

Stewart L. Cohen, class of 1973, will serve as the keynote speaker at the Penn State Abington summer/fall commencement ceremony on Dec. 20.
English Cookery and Medicine Book

Penn State students share a 'Taste of 1677'

Students from Penn State Abington are inviting the public to a “Taste of 1677” an interactive history exhibition about food, medicine and science from their yearlong exploration of a 17th-century recipe manuscript from 5–7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 22, at the Penn State Center Philadelphia located at 675 Sansom St.

Philabundance partnership adds fresh produce to Abington food pantry offerings

The initiative at Penn State Abington kicked off with the delivery of 1,000 pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables.
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Veteran Army scout scopes out his future at Penn State Abington

A Penn State Abington veteran uses the skills he learned in the military to plot out his own future and work toward supporting other veterans on campus.
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Heard at Abington: World Affairs Council debates higher education's future

Penn State Abington, in partnership with the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, welcomed an audience from across the region to address the question How Do We Fix Higher Education? Preparing Future Generations for Success.
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Microgrants add experiential learning to Abington general education courses

Microgrants awarded to Penn State Abington faculty allow them to add experiments, field trips, or projects to enhance student learning while impacting a large number of students and courses.
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Winners announced for Collegiate Challenge powered by Walmart

The Council for Retail and Sales (CRS) took the “Shark Tank” television show concept and applied it to a regional collegiate competition in retailing and sales on Oct. 17 at the Lehigh Valley campus.
Samuel Gonzalez, Stephanie Hildago

Lions Read initiative pairs Abington students with local elementary schools

Lions Read is a mentoring program designed to enhance the early reading, math and science skills of children while providing Penn State Abington education majors with work experience.