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Golfers support student scholarships through Penn State Lehigh Valley tournament

Penn State Lehigh Valley hosted its largest golf outing to date at its sixth annual golf tournament on June 4 at Northampton Country Club in Easton. In all, 110 golfers participated in support of student scholarships at the campus. The event raised enough money to endow the newly established Penn State Lehigh Valley Golf Tournament Open Doors Scholarship.
Four golfers and nittany lion

PSU-LV Golf Tournament: Chancellor Richardson foursome

Chancellor Tina Q. Richardson, second from right, and her foursome of golfers get ready to tee off at the sixth annual Penn State Lehigh Valley Golf Tournament, held June 4 at Northampton Country Club.

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Lehigh Valley campus officially launches ‘A Greater Penn State’ campaign locally

PPL CEO Bill Spence hosted the Blue & White luncheon on May 23 at the PPL Center, and announced a personal gift to the campaign
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Blue & White luncheon officially launched "A Greater Penn State" campaign locally in Lehigh Valley

Penn State Lehigh Valley students, alumni and grant recipients of Lehigh Valley LaunchBox posed with the Nittany Lion;  Penn State Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses and Executive Chancellor Madlyn L. Hanes; Congressman Charlie Dent; Penn State President Eric Barron and his wife, Molly Barron; Penn State Lehigh Valley Chancellor Tina Q. Richardson; PPL CEO and Penn State alumnus Bill Spence, and his wife, Denise Spence;  and Dave DeCampli, Global Chief Compliance Officer, PPL; at the Blue & White luncheon on May 23 at the PPL Center.

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Blue & White luncheon: Bill Spence and Chancellor Tina Q. Richardson

PPL CEO Bill Spence and Chancellor Tina Q. Richardson traded places at the podium at the Blue & White luncheon on May 23 right after Spence announced that he and his wife, Denise, would be making a personal contribution to the campaign supporting Penn State Lehigh Valley.

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Penn State Lehigh Valley celebrates 115 graduates at spring commencement

Penn State Lehigh Valley held its annual commencement ceremony on May 5 at ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem. The campus awarded associate and bachelor’s degrees to 115 students. The featured speaker for the event was Kassie Hilgert, CEO and president of ArtsQuest and a 1997 Penn State alumna.

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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Via All-Star Banquet

Lorie Khalil, coordinator of athletic programs; Joy Reed, campus events coordinator; Tina Q. Richardson, chancellor; Honoree Rich Fatzinger, athletic director; Sarah Pasetsky, student engagement assistant; and Tom Dubreuil, director of student affairs, all from Penn State Lehigh Valley, gathered together after the Via All-Star Banquet where Fatzinger was inducted into the Lehigh Valley High School Basketball Hall of Fame on Mar. 28.

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Lehigh Valley LaunchBox at Invent Penn State in the Capitol Day

Penn State Lehigh Valley Chancellor Tina Q. Richardson, Penn State University President Eric J. Barron and Vice President of Commonwealth Campuses Madlyn L. Hanes visited with nine-year-old Kedar Narayann, who is one of the Lehigh Valley LaunchBox grant recipients, at the Invent Penn State in the Capitol Day on Feb. 5 in Harrisburg. Narayann was displaying his game Codeylocks, which helps kids learn algorithms and how to code.

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Hochstetler wins Distinguished Scholar Award

Hochstetler was recognized by the National Association for Kinesiology

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