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Triple Threat Team Trivia Night!

Triple Threat Team Trivia Night! 7/24 7pm

The Office Olympics team for the Departments of Communication Arts and Sciences, Philosophy, and Applied Linguistics is teaming up with 98.7 The FREQ to...

Lettermans Sports Grill, Downstairs  
Liberal Arts Welcome Celebration and Student Induction Ceremony

Liberal Arts Welcome Celebration and Student... 8/20 3:30pm

The Liberal Arts Welcome Celebration and Student Induction Ceremony will introduce first-year students to the wide array of resources and programs available...

Schwab Auditorium  
CHI welcomes new Faculty Fellows

CHI welcomes new Faculty Fellows 8/21

CHI faculty fellows for 2017-18: Jonathan Abel (Comp Lit) Kathlene Baldanza (History) William Blair (History) Anne Demo (CAS) Christopher Moore...

 
CHI welcomes new Predoctoral Fellows

CHI welcomes new Predoctoral Fellows 8/21

Congratulations to the CHI Predoctoral fellows for 2017-18: Sarah Adams (English) Gregory Coles (English) Jeremy Johnson (CAS) Derek Lee (English) Michael...

 
CHI welcomes new Visiting Fellows

CHI welcomes new Visiting Fellows 8/21

CHI Visiting Fellows for 2017-18: Alyssa Reichardt Jocelyn Rodal Nathan Vedal Grant Wythoff Returning Visiting Fellows from 2016-17: Sara...

 
ARC Post-Doctoral and Dissertation Fellows' Orientation and Luncheon

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

ARC Post-Doctoral and Dissertation Fellows' Orientation and Luncheon The ARC welcomes 2017-2018 post-doctoral fellows, Neelima Jeychandran and Alaina...

217 Willard  
Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon to open Mary E Rolling Reading Series

Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon to open Mary E Rolling... 9/7 7:30pm

Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon is the author of Open Interval and Black Swan, winner of the 2001 Cave Canem Poetry Prize, as well as Poems in Conversation and a...

Foster Auditorium  
Research & Pizza with Carla Pratt, Ph.D.

Research & Pizza with Carla Pratt, Ph.D. 9/11 12pm

Carla Pratt, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Educational Equity and Nancy J. LaMont Faculty Scholar and Professor of Law, will present "Using Social...

217 Willard  
Penn State Learning: Tutoring, Study Groups, and More!

Penn State Learning: Tutoring, Study Groups,... 9/11 5pm

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...

Findlay Commons  
 Fall Career Days: Non-Technical Full-Time Recruiting Day

Fall Career Days: Non-Technical Full-Time... 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  
Fall Career Days: Internship and Co-op Recruiting Day

Fall Career Days: Internship and Co-op... 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  
Fall Career Days: Technical Full-Time Recruiting Day

Fall Career Days: Technical Full-Time... 9/14 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  
Penn State Creative Writing and the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism present Chris Bachelder

Penn State Creative Writing and the John Curley... 9/14 7:30pm

Chris Bachelder’s fourth novel, The Throwback Special, was a finalist for the 2016 National Book Award in fiction. He was awarded the Terry Southern Prize...

113 Carnegie Building  
Building a Relationship with your Advisor

Building a Relationship with your Advisor 9/19 5pm

Your adviser plays an important role in your academic success. In this session, you’ll learn about the advising structure, how to identify your assigned...

Findlay Commons  
Fellows' Professional Development Seminar

Fellows' Professional Development Seminar 9/20 12pm

Keith Gilyard, Distinguished Professor of English and African American Studies Mentor for the College of the Liberal Arts "What You Need to Know as a Junior...

 
The 2017 Child Study Center's Lois Bloom Lecture

The 2017 Child Study Center's Lois Bloom Lecture 9/21 4:15pm

Thomas G. O'Connor, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, Director of the Wynne Center for Family Research, University of Rochester Medical...

The Nittany Lion Inn  
2017 CHI Annual Conference

2017 CHI Annual Conference 9/22 9am

Information + Humanities will hold a two day Conference. Friday, September 22, 2017. 9 a.m. - 5:45 p.m. and Saturday, September 23, 2017. 9:00 a.m. - 5:15...

Nittany Lion Inn  
German Career Day

German Career Day 9/22 10:15am

The Goethe-Institut New York, together with the PSU Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures is organizing a German Career Day for college...

Hetzel Union Building, 117 Freeman Auditorium  
6th Annual Solutions Network Conference: Scientific Synergy and Innovation from Military Family and Child Welfare Contexts

6th Annual Solutions Network Conference:... 9/27 8am

This conference will bring together researchers, policy analysts, and front line practitioners to identify successful methods, programs, practices, and...

The Nittany Lion Inn  
IAH Collaborative Colloquia: Alisha Rankin

IAH Collaborative Colloquia: Alisha Rankin 10/1 6pm

Alisha Rankin, Associate Professor of History, Tufts University “To Cure a Thief: Poison Trials and Medical Ethics in Renaissance Europe” October 6 at 6 pm...

Palmer Lipcon Auditorium  
How to Read a Degree Audit

How to Read a Degree Audit 10/4 5pm

Not sure how to read a degree audit, or what it even is? Degree audits help you come up with an academic plan and are important to understand. That’s why...

Findlay Commons  
Rethinking Violence in African American History: History, Memory, Trauma

Rethinking Violence in African American... 10/6

Professor of Modern U.S. History and African American Studies Nan Woodruff is organizing a conference on Legacies of Violence. The conference will be hosted...

Foster Auditorium, 102 Paterno Library, Penn State, University Park  
Rethinking Violence in African American History: History, Memory, Trauma

Rethinking Violence in African American... 10/7

Professor of Modern U.S. History and African American Studies Nan Woodruff is organizing a conference on Legacies of Violence. The conference will be hosted...

Foster Auditorium, 102 Paterno Library, Penn State, University Park  
Undergraduate Research Exhibition (URE)

Undergraduate Research Exhibition (URE) 10/14 11am

The Africana Research Center will host an Undergraduate Research Exhibition in recognition of undergraduate students who have conducted outstanding research...

Nittany Lion Inn Faculty Staff Club Room  
Research & Pizza with Jenna Christian

Research & Pizza with Jenna Christian 10/16 12pm

Jenna Christian, dual-degree doctoral candidate in Geography and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, will present a talk related to her ARC research...

217 Willard  
Education Abroad Fair

Education Abroad Fair 10/17 11am

The Education Abroad Fair is the place to start for the first phase of your study abroad journey. The EA Fair is a one-stop-shop where students can get an...

Alumni Hall, HUB  
Fellows' Professional Development Seminar with Charles Grench and Gillian Berchowitz

Fellows' Professional Development Seminar with... 10/18 10am

Chuck Grench, Executive Editor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Press, and Gillian Berchowitz, Director at Ohio University Press "Basic...

217 Willard  
Child Study Center Speaker Series

Child Study Center Speaker Series 10/18 4:15pm

Stephanie M. Jones, Ph.D., Marie and Max Kargman Associate Professor, Human Development and Urban Education Advancement, Harvard Graduate School of...

The Nittany Lion Inn  
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