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Organzing and Managing Sources for Academic Writing

Are you an international student who is preparing research papers or literature reviews? THIS WORKSHOP WILL HELP YOU: Learn strategies to organize and...

Dr. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor of Princeton University

A talk on her book, Race for Profit

Speak UP: Weekly Speaking Group

Speak UP is an advanced English speaking group designed for international undergraduate students, graduate students, postdocs, and fellows. Speak UP aims to...

Let's Talk: Weekly Speaking Group

Let's Talk is an intermediate English speaking group for J-1 Visiting Scholars. Each weekly session features a lesson on vocabulary, pronunciation, and...

How to Pronounce International Students’ Names: A Lunchtime Workshop for Staff, Instructors, and Faculty

Would you like to feel more comfortable communicating with the diverse members of our international community? Learn a few key sounds found in Chinese,...

WGSS Feminist Sweets and Social Hour

An informal weekly gathering for WGSS faculty, graduate students, undergraduate students, and staff to come together to enjoy a sweet, coffee, tea, and...

Comparative Literature Luncheon

Travis Workman (University of Minnesota), "Legacies of Japan's Imperial Humanism in 'Postcolonial' Korea"

CLA Invited Speaker- Meg Gebhard

Multilingual students' disciplinary literacies in hard timesL systematic functional linguistics in action in US secondary schools

Latino Politcal History

A book talk and question-and-answer session with the author of a definitive new history of Latino politics in the United States, Benjamin Francis-Fallon of...

Faculty Scholars in Residence Lecture Series: Michelle Rodino-Colocino

Making Media Work: A Cultural History of New Media and Labor Management in the US, 1910-2020 explores how new media have figured in demanding more work out...

A Century of Women's Activism Launch Event

For the second time, the College of the Liberal Arts has chosen a theme around which it will plan courses, lectures, presentations, and events. Starting this...

Preparing an Elevator Speech: Explain Your Research in Three Minutes

Can you talk about your research in a clear and interesting way? Do you have a quick summary of your work ready to share with any audience? IN THIS...

"American Factory" Screening

The Center for Global Workers' Rights in the School of Labor and Employment Relations and the Sustainability Institute will be hosting a free screening of...

WGSS Coffee Hour

Cerita Buchanan, 2019-2020 Humphrey Fellow, speaks on "Female Labor Participation in Jamaica and the U.S. and the Status of Upaid Care Work: a Comparison".

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...

Film Screening: Planet of the Humans

Presented by The Center For Global Studies, the film screening will be followed by an exclusive Q&A session with Director Jeff Gibbs and Producer Ozzie...

Writing Abstracts for Papers and Conferences

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 genre...

Lunch and Learn: Careers in Sustainability

Join the Penn State Pittsburgh Center to learn more about opportunities in careers in Sustainability. Discuss possible career paths, further education,...

Expanding Empathy Speaker Series: Jesse Graham

Title: Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces in the Moral Circle Abstract: The idea of the moral circle pictures the self in the center, surrounded by...

A Conversation with Charima Young

Chaima Young, Director, Local Government and Community Relations, Penn State, University Park, will speak to students about her career in community outreach...

Flyer German Club Sp2020

German club is for students of all majors and minors who want to learn more about the German language, culture, history, etc. We have students who are fluent...

Red Weather Reading Series — Gabriel Green

Poetry reading with Gabriel Green as part of the Red Weather Reading Series.

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