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Awards presented to outstanding Lehigh Valley faculty and staff at luncheon

With the academic year coming to a close, outstanding faculty and staff were recognized for their achievements on April 25 at the first-ever faculty and staff awards luncheon at the Lehigh Valley campus.
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Kasey Hudak

Kasey Hudak, assistant professor of corporate communication, received the Academic Affairs Director’s Award for outstanding accomplishment in innovation and applied learning, along with Liz Keptner.

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Lambda Pi Eta members spent day of service at Last Chance Ranch

Members of Lambda Pi Eta, an honor society of the National Communication Association, held their semiannual day of service on March 26 at the Last Chance Ranch, a public volunteer and nonprofit organization dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating animals.
scenic overview of city in Mexico

Lehigh Valley students took their education to Europe and Mexico

Students had valuable educational and cultural experiences over spring break, returning home with a newly-enhanced global perspective on public health, intercultural communications, and manufacturing.
Jermaine Jones at courtyard of a castle in Denmark

Lehigh Valley students took their education to Europe and Mexico

About 40 students did short-term study abroad programs over spring break
Anita Serrano-Martinez with Chancellor Richardson accepting her award

Faculty and staff awards presented during All Campus Day meeting

Outstanding faculty and staff were recognized for their achievements at the All Campus Day meeting at Penn State Lehigh Valley.
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Kasey Hudak award winner

Kasey Hudak received the 2017 Outstanding Faculty Award in Research (non-tenured faculty) from Tina Q. Richardson, chancellor at Penn State Lehigh Valley and Kenneth A. Thigpen, director of academic affairs (not pictured). 

Students volunteering at Gress Mountain Ranch

Penn State Lehigh Valley honor society volunteers throughout community

Students, part of Lambda Pi Eta, volunteered around the community in October.
Group of team members for IESE project

Catching up with a beneficiary of LaunchBox micro grant

Tai-Yin Huang, founder of Integrated Energy Solutions for Entrepreneurs, received a micro grant during Lehigh Valley LaunchBox’s first round. She provides an update on the progress of the project.
A group of students sit in co-working space of LaunchBox.

Lehigh Valley LaunchBox announces second round of grant recipients

Lehigh Valley LaunchBox awards 16 more projects micro grants.