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Professor presenting to a room full of students

Come Dream With Us event held for Lehigh Valley high school students

Ninth graders invited to experience campus life, chat with faculty and interact with college students
Professor presenting to a room full of students

Come Dream With Us event

Sandy Kile, instructor in communication arts and sciences at Penn State Lehigh Valley, opened the Come Dream With Us event on Nov. 30 for more than 30 high school students.

Group gathered in first-class airline seats for new campus space dedication

Penn State Lehigh Valley promotes global educational experiences

The Penn State Lehigh Valley campus hosted a Global Programs Fair and dedicated new Global Engagement Space on Oct. 18.
The second place debate team with their coach and adviser

Penn State Lehigh Valley students place second in Ethics Bowl Competition

The first-year and sophomore student team competed against juniors and seniors at the Fleming Ethics Bowl on March 30.
The second place debate team with their coach and adviser

Debate Team Placed Second at Ethics Bowl

The debate team that placed second at the Fleming Ethics Bowl on March 30 posed with Richard Kile (left), business coach, and Sandy Kile (right), team adviser.

two professors and three students

PSU-LV Public Speaking Contest winners

Communication Arts and Sciences Professor Nikki Gutgold (left) and Communication Arts and Sciences Instructor Sandy Kile (right) celebrated with the winners of the Public Speaking Contest on March 31 at the Lehigh Valley campus. Naseeba Saeed, (second from right), a sophomore corporate communication major and business minor, placed first.  Joselyne Mera (second from left), a first-year security risk analysis major, placed second. Sam Johnson (middle), a first-year engineering science major and nanotechnology minor, placed third.

Check presentation

Check presentation to student winners

Nick Miller, center, came to the Lehigh Valley campus on March 3 to sign and present the checks along with Sandy Kile, right, to student winners Destiny Mercado and Joseph Johnson.

Two high school students

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

Two evenings a week, Sandy Kile, instructor in communication arts and sciences at Penn State Lehigh Valley, drives about seven miles from the Lehigh Valley campus to Roberto Clemente Charter High School (RCCS) on South Fourth Street in downtown Allentown.
Sandy Kile teaching

Roberto Clemente High School Dual Enrollment

Sandy Kile, instructor in communication arts and sciences at Penn State Lehigh Valley, is teaching the CAS100 course, which is Penn State's public speaking class, at Roberto Clemente Charter High School to high school seniors.

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.

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