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Penn State invests $2 million to support strategic priorities

Through an innovative new funding process, Penn State is investing $2 million in its top strategic priorities, while simultaneously advancing the vital and transformative work of its faculty, staff and students across the University.
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Scholarship Dinner celebrates students and thanks donors

Giving Tuesday provides another chance to raise money for Penn State Lehigh Valley scholarships.
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Scholarship Dinner

From Left to Right: Chrissy Trenge, her son Chris Trenge, and Jonathan Rappold waited for the Scholarship Dinner to get started on Nov. 8

Scholarship Dinner Video celebrating students and thanks donors

Students, who have received scholarships, shared the impact scholarships have had on them, and donors shared the reasons behind why they give.

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Giving Tuesday Naseeba

Naseeba Saeed, a PSU-LV junior corporate communication major, thanked donors with her marker board message in support of PSU-LV's #GivingTuesday campaign to raise money for student scholarships.

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Lehigh Valley’s first-ever Giving Tuesday campaign will support students

Penn State Lehigh Valley is raising funds to support current and future students on Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving fueled by social media and collaboration.
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PSU-LV Giving Tuesday logo

For Penn State, Giving Tuesday starts at 18:55 p.m. (6:55 p.m.) on Nov. 27. This time represents the year Penn State was founded, in 1855.

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PSU-LV Giving Tuesday

Donations made during Giving Tuesday will go to the PSU-LV Scholarship fund in support of students who want to become Penn State Alumni and benefit from the power of a Penn State degree.

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Lehigh Valley's Thigpen retires as longest-standing director of academic affairs

Kenneth A. Thigpen, director of academic affairs at Penn State Lehigh Valley, has announced he will retire in December 2017 after more than nine years of service to the Lehigh Valley campus — and 35 years of total service to Penn State.
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Phillip St. James, Director of Campus Development

Phillip St. James joined Penn State Lehigh Valley as director of campus development in September 2017.

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