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Liberal Arts Summer Study Abroad Information Session

Make the most of your summer by studying abroad and earning academic credits on a Liberal Arts faculty-led summer study abroad program. Global experiences...

Child Study Center Symposium

The Child Study Center Speaker Series presents a symposium: Fostering Productive Parent Engagement in the Early School Years: Translating Research to...

Internships Abroad Information Session & Internship Program Fair

Tuesday January 15 Information Session 4:00 – 5:00 pm, Foster Auditorium Internship Program Fair 5:00 – 6:00 pm, Mann Assembly Room (right across the hall...

Marketing Your Liberal Arts Degree

Join Liberal Arts alumnus, Rich Frank, VP of Brand Strategy and Creative Services at Accuweather, to better understand how to market your liberal arts...

1/21/2019 12:15pm
Purposeful Selection: Exploring Majors, Careers, and Directional Decision Making

In this Workshop, we will guide participants in activities to explore the sometimes-daunting challenge of finding the right career fit or major fit. We plan...

1/21/2019 3:30pm
Networking Etiquette Reception

Need advice on networking at a cocktail hour? How do you hold a glass and shake a hand? Join us to learn more about the variety of networking experiences you...

Is Law School Right for Me?

Join DUS Pre-Law Adviser, Kathy Garren, to learn more about law school and the other options available in policy, law, government, etc. If you think you want...

1/22/2019 12:15pm
Translating PhD Training for Non-Academic Careers: From CV to Resume in 75 minutes

Not sure how to articulate your skills and experiences as a graduate student for opportunities outside of academia? Come to this session to get tips and...

Communicating with Employers presented by Kohl's

Not sure how to start a conversation with a recruiter? Learn from employers what they want you to say in a variety of situations including a career fair,...

1/22/2019 3:30pm
Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone: Networking and Interviewing

Join Happy Valley Improv to step outside your comfort zone and develop skills to engage with others in a professional setting. The troupe will engage...

Liberal Arts Students Wanted presented by Goldman Sachs

Attention first and second year students! Ready to get prepared, gather some professional skills, get ready for an internship, and learn more about what to...

1/23/2019 12:15pm
A Practical Approach to Leveraging Your Strengths

Join us for an interactive discovery of your top 5 strengths and how to best deploy them. Learn to better articulate your talents and apply them to your...

Government & Non-Profit Employer Panel

Join representatives from a variety of agencies to learn more about a career in the government or non-profit world. This event is part of Liberal Arts...

"Food for Thought" with Wunpini Mohammed

Wunpini Mohammed, Doctoral Student, Communications, will present "Newsroom Culture: Local Language News Production and Audience Reception in Northern...

Gap Year Opportunities

Thinking about taking a year or two off but not sure what to do with it? Come learn about a variety of opportunities before your next step. This event is...

1/24/2019 12:15pm
Thinking about Graduate School?

Gather advice and information from the panel that includes current graduate students, PhD graduates, and admissions representatives from two Master's level...

1/24/2019 3:30pm
Business Industry Panel and Networking

Interested in a career in business? Meet Liberal Arts alumni who have done just that. Gather advice and ask questions of business professionals, learn more...

Julia Kasdorf and Steven Rubin to read as part of the Mary E. Rolling Reading Series

Julia Spicher Kasdorf and Steven Rubin will present Shale Play: Poems and Photographs from the Fracking Fields, a collaborative documentary project. Kasdorf...

One-on-One Alumni Appointments

Pre-register for a one-on-on appointment with the alumni of the Business Employer Panel. During your one-on-one feel free to ask questions in a no-pressure...

Employer Resume Reviews

Pre-register through Nittany Lion Careers for a 15-minute resume review with various employers. Spots will fill-up quickly so get yours soon! Remember to...

CAS Colloquium: K. J. Rawson, College of the Holy Cros

This event is part of the 2019 Spring Colloquium for the Department of Communication Arts and Sciences.

'Lisa Cacho, “Tragic but Not Criminal: Challenging the ‘Objective Reasonableness’ of  Police Killings”

This presentation examines how police killings are racialized and gendered by focusing on the ways in which violence against women, girls, and gender...

CAS Colloquium: Kelly Happe, University of Georgia

This event is part of the 2019 Spring Colloquium for the Department of Communication Arts and Sciences.

CAS Colloquium: Damien Smith Pfister, University of Maryland

This event is part of the 2019 Spring Colloquium for the Department of Communication Arts and Sciences.

"Food for Thought" with Rebecca Bayeck

Rebecca Bayeck, Doctoral Student, Learning and Performance Systems, will present "The Mechanics of the African 'Songo' Game and How Learning the Game's Rules...

Dr. Kellie Cherie Carter Jackson lecture

Kellie Cherie Carter Jackson, slavery scholar and Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at Wellesley College, will present a lecture to commemorate the...

Jonathan Haidt: The Coddling of the American Mind

Jonathan Haidt is a social psychologist at New York University’s Stern School of Business. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in...

Herman Bennett, “Before the Human: Africans, Sovereigns & Slaves”

How might the focus on eighteenth-century race and commodification obscure earlier and equally expansive ideas about difference and dispossession? In taking...

CAS Colloquium: Caitlin Bruce, University of Pittsburgh

This event is part of the 2019 Spring Colloquium for the Department of Communication Arts and Sciences.

Talk by Dr. Marília Librandi-Rocha (Princeton University)

This talk will be part of the Comparative Literature Luncheon

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