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Abington student researchers study rare texts at exclusive library

Penn State Abington students examined 400-year-old materials and met with renowned scholars at Washington, D.C.'s Folger Shakespeare Library.
Penn State Abington Frances Veale

Frances Veale

Frances Veale, assistant professor, Rehabilitation and Human Services

PJ Capelotti

PJ Capelotti, professor of anthropology, and Monty with the world's largest lobster in New Brunswick, Canada. 

Abington anthropology

PJ Capelotti

PJ Capelotti, professor of anthropology, and his dog, Monty, with a giant roadside Viking in Virginia. 

Abington undergraduate research

Abington maker space

Penn State Abington students in the STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) disciplines at Maker Mayhem part of the celebration of undergraduate research on campus.

Abington undergraduate research

Abington ACURA new lion mascot

Penn State Abington students Hudson Marsh and Gigi Fleurentin earned first place for their undergraduate research project, "A Roaring New Look: The Redesigned Nittany Lion Mascot as an Important Branding Opportunity at Penn State University."


Exhibit at Abington explores queer identity

Acclaimed curator Jordan Rockford spoke to the Penn State Abington community recently about "Where We Find Ourselves," the multi-artist exhibition he conceived that graces the Woodland Gallery through Feb. 26. According to Rockford, the exhibition is about exploring queer identity and how culture can influence it.
Abington artist

H. John Thompson

Abington faculty H. John Thompson (Integrative Arts, 2004).

Abington art faculty

H. John Thompson

Astronaut #3, Astronaut Faces Series, 8 inches by 10.5 inches, collage, 2015. 

Abington marketing faculty

A decade researching buying patterns of the world's poorest populations

A decade of research by a Penn State Abington professor into the consumer behavior of and marketing to some of the world’s poorest populations resulted in striking findings.