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Johanna Winant

The Comparative Literature Luncheon presents Johanna Winant (West Virginia University) on “Looking into Elizabeth Bishop: Poetry and Philosophical Reasoning.”

3/27 12:15pm
Kern Builing, 102
Stream Available
EMP Lab Meeting

Weekly lab meeting of the Empathy and Moral Psychology (EMP) Lab. We have a hybrid meeting in 444 Moore Building and Zoom. We discuss research articles,...

3/27 4:15pm
Stream Available
College of Arts and Architecture Sustainability Showcase

Date: March 28–April 6 Location: Borland Project Space Reception: 3:00 pm, April 5th, 2023 The Sustainability Showcase recognizes sustainability research...

drawing of two Mesoamerican people playing instruments

Humanities Institute Faculty Scholar in Residence, Spring 2023 In the summer of 1940, the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA) held the exhibition Twenty...

3/28 11am
Virtual Event
Department of English

In this presentation, I propose a thinking of failure that might potentially be truer to failure itself. Common understandings of failure and even current...

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Writing Effective Literature Reviews - EPPIC Workshops

3/28 5pm
Virtual Event
Target Tuesday: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Target

Target Tuesday is a virtual series focused on personal and professional development. During this session, recruiters will share the importance of mentorship...

3/28 6pm
Virtual Event
We Are...Working in New York

Join this panel of Penn State alumni from a variety of different industries (business, liberal arts, science, and engineering) while also learning what it is...

3/28 6pm
Virtual Event
First-Generation Students Watch Party

Join us for a watch party of the 2023 First-Gen Student Support Summit. We will be viewing this event from 11:00 a.m.–noon and 3:00–4:00 p.m., to learn more...

Ismael Quiñones

Ismael Quiñones presents “Life After Rhetoric: Unrealism in Colonial Times” The talk is a meditation on the possibilities of augmenting pluriversal futures....

3/29 12pm
Virtual Event
Drop-In or Pop-In Career Support

Not sure if your résumé is as competitive as it can be? Want some help with your job or internship search? Not even sure where to start? The Liberal Arts...


CALPER Professional Development Webinars Series: Dual-language immersion and content-based language courses development Brody Bluemel, Delaware State...

3/29 4pm
Virtual Event
Omi Salas-SantaCruz

“Invenatadas/Inventada: Addressing the Coloniality of Transgender Through Jotería Selves” While recent scholarship addresses how transness and brownness...

Professionalization Brownbag- virtual

Title: Government and Policy Jobs Speakers: Amanda Fidalgo, Social Scientist at the FDA Joshua Semat, Senior Business Analyst at the Mitre...

3/30 12:15pm
Virtual Event
Department of Political Science Lecture Series: Susan Hyde

Susan Hyde, Robson Professor of Political Science and chair of The Charles and Louise Travers Department of Political Science at University of California,...

Department of English

This event will feature readings and conversations with two poets—Mihaela Moscaliuc and Michael Waters.

Bate-Papo: Portuguese Conversation Hour

Come to Bate-Papo, an informal conversation group for speakers of Portuguese! All are welcome, whether you are just starting out, have been studying it for...

Speak UP

Weekly English Speaking Group

Etiquette Essentials: Networking Reception

Sponsored by: The Paterno Fellows Program Ever find yourself at a formal networking event with someone you’d like to impress, and aren’t sure what to say?...

Intersectionality as Epistemic Resistance:  The Critical Theory of Patricia Hill Collins

Philosophy conference - Intersectionality as Epistemic Resistance: The Critical Theory of Patricia Hill Collins

Find Out More Fridays | Chaiken Center for Student Success

Join Patty Klug, director of the Chaiken Center for Student Success, from 10:00 a.m.–noon to learn more about funding available for first-generation students...

John Lynch - “Space Monkeys: Museums and Memorialization of America's Other Astronauts”

CAS Colloquium - John Lynch, “Space Monkeys: Museums and Memorialization of America's Other Astronauts”

Expanding Empathy 2023

Bringing together international perspectives on empathy and moral decision-making and providing a window into understanding when, why, and how people decide...

4/3 12pm
Virtual Event
Leif Weatherby

The Comparative Literature Luncheon presents Leif Weatherby (New York University) on “Towards a Digital Dialectics.“

4/3 12:15pm
Kern Building, 102
Stream Available
Professionalization Brownbag

Title: Designing Syllabi and Assignments Speakers: Gretchen Casper, Amy Linch, and Kevin Munger

José Luis Venegas

The Iberian Studies Forum hosts José Luis Venegas, director of interdisciplinary humanities and professor of Spanish and interdisciplinary humanities at Wake...

4/3 4pm
Virtual Event
Faculty Scholars in Residence: Sarah Miller

“On Relationality, Need, and Power” Sarah Miller, associate professor of philosophy, bioethics, and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies and spring 2023...

4/4 11am
Virtual Event
Alumni Career Conversations: Careers in Non-Profits and Social Services

Interested in a career in the fields of non-profits and social services? Join Liberal Arts alumni mentors from a variety of backgrounds and organizations...

4/4 4pm
Virtual Event
Burrowes Building Patio

Event for students interested in the English major or minors and for current majors. We’ll be hanging out and writing collaborative stories. Food and...

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