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Abington Nittany Lion

Photo of the Week: Nittany Lion in the Penn State Abington Community

Penn State Abington and the Nittany Lion came out to celebrate Pre-National Night Out with the Abington Township community. National Night Out is an annual campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. 

Damian J. Fernandez

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.
sustainability

Abington sustainability bid wins $15,000 Pepsi Challenge grant

Penn State Abington won a three-year Pepsi Challenge Mini Grant totalling $15,000 that will fund paid internships as well as student competitions and showcases all focused on strengthening local sustainability efforts.
Abington scholarships

Abington Township, Penn State Abington partner on scholarships for residents

Several $5,000 scholarships are available to eligible students who live in Abington Township.
Abington residence hall

Brick by brick: Building Abington's 1st residence hall

Take a peek behind the scenes at The Lion's Gate, Penn State Abington's first residence hall.
Sustainability

Abington sustainable communities

Abington Township Environmental Advisory Council members Cakky Evans and Michele Kaczalek join Damian J. Fernandez, chancellor of Penn State Abington, and Emily Costello from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission to present the STAR sustainability award.

police communities

Heard at Abington: Police, community dialogue

A Penn State Abington expert on law enforcement in America stressed to local residents, police and elected officials the importance of an ongoing and transparent dialogue.
Abington first residence hall

Penn State Abington breaks ground for first residence hall

About 400 Penn State Abington students will call the $50 million complex home. The apartment-style units are in the heart of the township and students can easily walk or bike to classes, shopping and activities.
Abington student housing

Abington 1st residence hall

Rabbi Robert Leib, student Charlena Frank, Chancellor Karen Wiley Sandler, Vice President of Commonwealth Campuses Madlyn Hanes, and Abington Township Commissioners Steven Kline and Benjamin Sanchez. 

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