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ARC Post-Doctoral and Dissertation Fellows' Orientation and Luncheon

ARC Post-Doctoral and Dissertation Fellows'... 8/21 12pm

The ARC welcomes 2018-2019 post-doctoral fellows, J. Marlena Edwards (African Studies), Sam C. Tenorio (Comparative Literature and Women's, Gender, and...

217 Willard Building  
German Kaffeestunde

German Kaffeestunde 8/21 1:30pm

Enjoy coffee and German conversation every Tuesday of the semester. Free and open to everyone who wishes to converse in German.

Burrowes Bldg., 157  
 Liberal Arts Welcome Back Resume Walk-Ins

Liberal Arts Welcome Back Resume Walk-Ins 8/27 9am

The Liberal Arts Career Enrichment Network invites all Liberal Arts students to stop by our office in 101 Sparks for a 15 minute resume review. Make sure to...

101 Sparks Building  
Resume and Career Fair Prep Workshop with Amazon

Resume and Career Fair Prep Workshop with Amazon 8/28 12:15pm

Liberal Arts students are invited to join representatives from Amazon to learn how to prepare best for the upcoming Fall Career Days. Tips will be giving on...

124 Sparks Building  
First Year Experience Faculty Lecture: Live, Learn, Share – Diving Into the Liberal Arts

First Year Experience Faculty Lecture: Live,... 8/29 4pm

Those that choose the Liberal Arts are inquisitive, curious, and have a burning desire to find out more about how the world works. The Liberal Arts delivers...

Paterno Library, Foster Auditorium  
Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE) Program Information Session

Partnerships for International Research and... 8/29 6pm

Are you interested in language? In languages in a foreign setting? In what is involved in speaking or learning more than one language? The Center for...

Moore Building, 127  
Stand Out: Strategies for Successful Job Interviews in the U.S.

Stand Out: Strategies for Successful Job... 9/4 6:30pm

Are you an international student looking for a job in the U.S.? IN THIS WORKSHOP, YOU WILL: - Discuss culturally-based expectations for job interviews in...

373 Willard Building  
Emailing Your Professors: How to Do It Better

Emailing Your Professors: How to Do It Better 9/5 11am

Are you an international student who wants to improve your email etiquette? IN THIS WORKSHOP, YOU WILL: -Analyze real-world examples -Gain hands-on guided...

365 Willard Building  
Film Screening of City of Ghosts

Film Screening of City of Ghosts 9/5 4:30pm

The Center for Global Studies presents a screening of the award-winning film City of Ghosts followed by a discussion with Abdalaziz Alhamza, journalist and...

Katz Auditorium  
Lunch and Learn: Marketing Your Liberal Arts Degree

Lunch and Learn: Marketing Your Liberal Arts... 9/6 12:15pm

Join us to learn more about how to brand your education! What transferable skills do you have to share with employers at Fall Career Days? Learn more to...

124 Sparks Building  
Liberal Arts Workforce of the Future presented by Deloitte

Liberal Arts Workforce of the Future presented... 9/6 4pm

Join Deloitte representatives to learn more about what the future holds for Liberal Arts majors. Understand how the skills you learn now in the classroom...

210 Chambers Building  
Participating in Group Work

Participating in Group Work 9/6 6:30pm

Are you an international student who wants to be a better collaborator on group projects? IN THIS WORKSHOP, YOU WILL: - Discuss why professors assign group...

373 Willard Building  
Writing Effective Abstracts

Writing Effective Abstracts 9/10 11am

Are you an international student having trouble writing an abstract? THIS WORKSHOP WILL HELP YOU: - Consider the purpose and goal of the abstract as a...

109 EE West  
"Food for Thought" with Elisabeth Garner

"Food for Thought" with Elisabeth Garner 9/10 12pm

Elisabeth Garner, Ph.D. Candidate, Rural Sociology and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, will present "Re-Evaluating Women in Rural Development and...

217 Willard  
 Fall Career Days: Non-Technical Full-Time Recruiting Day

Fall Career Days: Non-Technical Full-Time... 9/11 11am

Fall Career Days is a networking and recruiting event for all Penn State students and alumni in all majors at all campuses searching for full-time,...

Bryce Jordan Center  
Fall Career Days: Internship and Co-op Recruiting Day

Fall Career Days: Internship and Co-op... 9/12 11am

Fall Career Days is a networking and recruiting event for all Penn State students and alumni in all majors at all campuses searching for full-time,...

Bryce Jordan Center  
Meet the TJX Interns

Meet the TJX Interns 9/12 7:30pm

Hear from former TJX Merchandising interns about their experience and what life is like at TJX as part of our 12-week paid Intern Program. You will also...

TBD  
Fall Career Days: Technical Full-Time Recruiting Day

Fall Career Days: Technical Full-Time... 9/13 11am

Fall Career Days is a networking and recruiting event for all Penn State students and alumni in all majors at all campuses searching for full-time,...

Bryce Jordan Center  
Comparative Literature Luncheon

Comparative Literature Luncheon 9/17 12:15pm

A talk from Mark Algee-Hewitt (Stanford).

University Park, 102 Kern  
FYE Workshop: Penn State Learning- Tutoring, Study Groups, and More!

FYE Workshop: Penn State Learning- Tutoring,... 9/18 4pm

Interested in Tutoring? Penn State Learning can help with tutoring and Guided Study Groups (GSGs). Be sure to attend this event to learn more about tutoring...

Paterno Library, Mann Assembly Room  
Incorporating Sources in Academic Writing: Understanding Plagiarism

Incorporating Sources in Academic Writing:... 9/18 6:30pm

Do you worry about using citations correctly in your academic writing? THIS WORKSHOP WILL HELP YOU: - Learn strategies to avoid plagiarism in the U.S. ...

373 Willard Building  
The 2018 Child Study Center's Lois Bloom Lecture

The 2018 Child Study Center's Lois Bloom Lecture 9/20 4:15pm

Mary Dozier, Ph.D., Unidel Amy Elizabeth du Pont Chair in Child Development, Director of Clinical Training, University of Delaware Early Adversity and...

The Nittany Lion Inn, Assembly Room  
Mary E. Rolling Reading Series presents Justin Torres

Mary E. Rolling Reading Series presents Justin... 9/20 7:30pm

Justin Torres’ first novel We the Animals, a national best seller, has been translated into 15 languages and is currently being adapted into a feature film....

102 Paterno Library, Foster Auditorium  
Information + the Humanities Conference

Information + the Humanities Conference 9/21 8:30am

Information + the Humanities Conference

The Nittany Lion Inn  
U.S. State Department Information Session

U.S. State Department Information Session 9/25 4:30pm

Liberal Arts students are invited to learn more about the internship opportunities through the U.S. State Department. Students who have recently completed...

69 Willard Building  
"How to Submit a Journal Article" (for ARC fellows)

"How to Submit a Journal Article"... 9/26 10am

Bill Blair, Director, George and Ann Richards Civil War Era Center, and Walter L. and Helen P. Ferree Professor of Middle American History, will present "How...

217 Willard  
David Frum: The Guardrails of Democracy

David Frum: The Guardrails of Democracy 9/26 4pm

David Frum is a senior editor at the Atlantic. From 2014 through 2017, he served as chairman of the board of trustees of the leading UK center-right think...

Lewis Katz Building, Sutliff Auditorium  
Teaching and Service Panel

Teaching and Service Panel 9/26 4:30pm

Liberal Arts students are invited to join representatives from various organizations such as Teach for America, AmeriCorps, Fulbright, & more to learn about...

69 Willard Building  
Child Maltreatment Solutions Network Annual Conference

Child Maltreatment Solutions Network Annual... 9/27

Strengthening Child Safety and Wellbeing through Integrated Data Solutions The purpose of this conference is to showcase emerging and innovative approaches...

The Nittany Lion Inn  
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