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Two students sitting at a table in Lion's Den cafeteria

Journey to Penn State Lehigh Valley

Tracing the paths of two international students and how they arrived in Center Valley, Pennsylvania.
Student posing in front of Lincoln memorial

FengPing Wang visiting Lincoln Memorial

FengPing Wang, who is known as Leo, visited the Lincoln Memorial during the academic seminar in D.C. this January.

Group of student winners posed in front of step and repeat banner with Keynote speaker

Penn State Lehigh Valley Undergraduate Research Symposium winners announced

Penn State Lehigh Valley students presented their research to a panel of judges and the campus community during the annual Penn State Lehigh Valley Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 4. First, second and third place were awarded to student projects in each category.
Two students sitting at a table in Lion's Den cafeteria

Journey to Penn State Lehigh Valley

Tracing the paths of two international students and how they arrived in Center Valley
Group of four students and professor in D.C.

Penn State Lehigh Valley students experienced the history of the Inauguration

The theme of the two-week seminar in D.C. was civil discourse, and it was an extension of the fall American studies course that utilized the biographies of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Four students and professor in front of lion shrine

TWC academic seminar leaving from PSU-LV

Four Penn State Lehigh Valley students and Professor of Communication Arts and Sciences Nichola Gutgold, Ph.D., traveled from the Penn State Lehigh Valley campus in Center Valley to Washington, D.C. on January 8 to participate in a two-week academic seminar on the transfer of power during the Inauguration.

Group of students and professor in D.C.

TWC academic seminar

Nichola Gutgold, Ph.D., professor of communication arts and sciences at Penn State Lehigh Valley (center), posed with the four Penn State Lehigh Valley students who attended The Washington Center's two-week academic seminar on the transfer of power during the Inauguration.

Professor Gutgold with third graders

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Nichola Gutgold, professor of communications arts and sciences at Penn State Lehigh Valley did a special reading of her children's book, Madam President: Five Women Who Paved the Way, to third grade students at McKinley Elementary in Allentown on Oct. 12.

Nine new faculty and staff members join Penn State Lehigh Valley

Penn State Lehigh Valley has announced the addition of nine new faculty and staff members.
Older adults at a lecture

SAGE lectures for fall 2016 announced

Senior Adults Gaining Enrichment (SAGE), an outreach program of Penn State Lehigh Valley for adults age 55 and older, has announced the schedule for its fall 2016 four-part lecture series, which will explore topics such as hidden biases, women and the presidency, discoveries in astronomy, and social dynamics in the professional kitchen. Each SAGE session is held on the first Friday of the month and begins with coffee at 10:30 a.m., the featured speaker at 11 a.m., and lunch at noon.