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heart sculpture

Trajectory Heart Project by Thomas Mann coming to the Lehigh Valley

The Trajectory Heart Project by Thomas Mann is coming to the Lehigh Valley this July. In addition to the creation of the sculpture, Mann will conduct workshops and exhibits.
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
A group of students holding coconut drinks

PSU-LV students have global educational experience this spring break

Three short-term study abroad programs to Ireland, Puerto Rico, and Spain show local students the world.
Tom Roney visiting PSU-LV library looks at his photo albums.

Preserving living history

Penn State Lehigh Valley students aim to preserve legacies and honor veterans through the Vietnam Veteran Oral History Project.
Two high school students

Allentown high school students take ‘college prep’ to the next level

Penn State Lehigh Valley offers on-site dual enrollment course in public speaking for Roberto Clemente Charter High School seniors.
Mud Angels

Mud Angel: Kenneth A. Thigpen

Penn State Lehigh Valley's director of academic affairs reflects on the part he played in the recovery following the 1966 Flood of Florence, Italy
Jordan Young poses on the Liberty High School football field

Penn State Lehigh Valley senior bonds with Liberty athletes during internship

Read about senior RHS student Jordan Young and the impact he is making in his internship. The story was recently featured in The Morning Call. (Photo: Addison George/The Morning Call)
Maung Min on a business trip

Meet Maung Min

Penn State Lehigh Valley welcomes a new director of business programs. His role includes overseeing the new project and supply chain management bachelor’s degree program.
Matt Baranoski cycling

A tale of two Olympians

As one athlete competed in his first Olympics, another took his third trip to the Summer Games. But Matt Baranoski and Bobby Lea have more than one thing in common: They were the only two U.S. men to qualify for track cycling events at the games in Rio De Janeiro and they are both former Penn State Lehigh Valley cyclists.
students working in the lab together

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