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Resume Review Walk-In Hours

Resume Review Walk-In Hours 2/21 12pm

In preparation for the C.A.R.E. Fair, the Career Enrichment Network will be offering walk-in hours prior to the career fair. Liberal Arts majors interested...

101 Sparks Building  
C.A.R.E. Fair

C.A.R.E. Fair 2/22 10am

The C.A.R.E. (Community, Agency, Recreation, and Education) Fair will feature employers from a range of fields, including community service organization,...

HUB Alumni Hall  
Kirby-Greer Lecture feat. Dr. Peter Smagorinsky: "Toward a Social Understanding of Mental Health"

Kirby-Greer Lecture feat. Dr. Peter... 2/22 2pm

Abstract Dr. Smagorinsky will discuss his most recent work in neurodiversity, which has developed from a series of articles to two books: in 2016, Creativity...

Foster Auditorium  
Free Film Series! Wednesdays @ 7pm

Free Film Series! Wednesdays @ 7pm 2/22 7pm

'Could It Happen Here?' Wednesdays 7pm at the State Theater All Spring Semester Long

State Theater - State College, PA  
Climate Change: Current Policy Challenges

Climate Change: Current Policy Challenges 2/23 2:30pm

Dr. Richard Alley, Evan Pugh Professor in the Penn State Department of Geosciences at the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, will speak about climate...

Katz Building, 012  
Making Good: Can We Realize Our Moral Aspirations?

Making Good: Can We Realize Our Moral Aspirations? 2/23 3:30pm

Is moral improvement possible? If so, how? Recently, philosophers have suggested that virtue is a skill that can be acquired much as skills in other areas,...

 
Delivering Effective Literature Reviews

Delivering Effective Literature Reviews 2/23 5pm

Part of the Graduate-Level Academic Writing Workshop Series. Workshop designed for International Graduate Students and Post-Docs.Register here!

Henderson 117  
Intercultural Conversation Group

Intercultural Conversation Group 2/23 6:30pm

Intercultural Conversation Groups meet weekly to ask questions and to discuss issues relating to language and culture learning in the context of U.S. higher...

Sackett 107  
Arabic Film Screening: Amreeka (2009)

Arabic Film Screening: Amreeka (2009) 2/23 7pm

Cultures clash as a Palestinian woman (portrayed by Nisreen Faour) and her teenage son (Melkar Muallem) try to build a new life in rural Illinois.

Foster Auditorium  
German Kaffeestunde

German Kaffeestunde 2/24 2:30pm

German speakers of all levels are welcome to share conversation, snacks, and coffee!

Penn State University Park, 463 Burrowes Bldg.  
Caroline E. Janney - "Disbanding the Army of Northern Virginia: From Soldier to Civilian"

Caroline E. Janney - "Disbanding the Army... 2/24 3:30pm

Caroline E. Janney is professor of history at Purdue University. A specialist in the Civil War era, she is the author of Burying the Dead but Not the...

102 Weaver Building  
World Stories Alive! Igbo

World Stories Alive! Igbo 2/25 11am

Experience stories, songs and art in different languages. Fun for speakers of all languages, including English. World Stories Alive! is a collaborative...

Schlow Library, Downtown State College  
Criminology Forum: Shannon Monnat, Ph.D.

Criminology Forum: Shannon Monnat, Ph.D. 2/27 12:15pm

Deaths of Despair from the Cities to the Hollers: Understanding Spatial Differences in U.S. Drug, Alcohol, and Suicide Mortality Americans are killing...

406 Oswald Tower  
How to Read a Degree Audit

How to Read a Degree Audit 2/28 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...

360 Willard  
Mark Louden (University of Wisconsin) to speak on "Pennsylvania Dutch in the 21st Century"

Mark Louden (University of Wisconsin) to speak... 3/1 3:30am

The story of the American language known as Pennsylvania Dutch is a remarkable one. Its history is as old as that of the United States, and although it has...

University Park, PA, Foster Auditoriam  
Democracy Roundtable

Democracy Roundtable 3/1 3:30pm

Abraham Khan, Assistant Professor of African American Studies and CAS will present: "Colin Kaepernick, Double-Consciousness, and Black Political Speech".

302 Pond Lab  
Preparing for Job Interviews

Preparing for Job Interviews 3/1 4pm

Part of the Mastering Academic Practices at Penn State workshop series. Workshop designed for International Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students and...

Willard 062  
Building Connections: Using Real-World Examples in Class

Building Connections: Using Real-World Examples... 3/2 12pm

This interactive workshop will focus on cultural expectations in U.S. classrooms, especially related to strategies for creating rapport between instructor...

Willard 373  
Lunch and Learn Employer Series: TBD

Lunch and Learn Employer Series: TBD 3/2 12:15pm

Join us to learn more about your professional development and potential internship and full-time opportunities. Lunch is provided. Please RSVP in Network...

124 Sparks Building  
Terrorism, Identity, and Rebellion

Terrorism, Identity, and Rebellion 3/2 2:30pm

Dr. Piazza is Professor of Political Science. His research focuses on terrorism and political violence. Specific interests include: socioeconomic roots of...

Katz Building, 012  
CLS Distinguished Language Science Colloquium

CLS Distinguished Language Science Colloquium 3/3 9am

Dr. Scott Fraundorf, Assistant Professor of Psychology (U of Pittsburgh), presents his research in the talk "What Happened (and What Didn't): Prosody,...

University Park, 127 Moore Building  
Writing with Sources: Plagiarism vs. Legitimate Textual Borrowing

Writing with Sources: Plagiarism vs. Legitimate... 3/13 4pm

Part of the Skills for Success at the Undergraduate Level workshop series. Workshop designed for International Undergraduate Students.Register here!

Willard 062  
Rethinking the American West

Rethinking the American West 3/14 4pm

CALS will sponsor the roundtable “Rethinking the American West” in the Mann Assembly Room, Pattee-Paterno Library. Three invited panelists will discuss how...

Mann Assembly Room,  
Francisco Goldman and the Political Imagination of Borderlands

Francisco Goldman and the Political Imagination... 3/15 12:15pm

CGS Brown Bag Series Dr. Judith Sierra Rivera, Penn State In this presentation, I will focus on Francisco Goldman’s journalist pieces published during the...

Burrowes Building, 463  
Francisco Goldman and the Political Imagination of Borderlands

Francisco Goldman and the Political Imagination... 3/15 12:15pm

In this presentation, I will focus on Francisco Goldman’s journalist pieces published during the 1980s and 1990s in the US. As I will explain, Goldman's...

Burrowes, 463  
North American Pronunciation Patterns

North American Pronunciation Patterns 3/15 4pm

Part of the Special Workshop Series for Visiting Scholars.. Workshop designed with the needs of International Visiting Scholars in mind.Register here!

Willard 062  
Nation-building and Why it's so Hard to do

Nation-building and Why it's so Hard to do 3/16 2:30pm

Peter Van Buren, author and 24-year veteran of the State Department Peter Van Buren is a retired 24-year veteran of the U.S. Department of State. He spent a...

Katz Building, 012  
Getting Papers Done: Tips on Overcoming Writer's Block

Getting Papers Done: Tips on Overcoming... 3/16 4pm

Part of the Mastering Academic Practices at Penn State workshop series. Workshop designed for International Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students and...

Henderson 117  
Sustainability

Sustainability 3/16 5pm

This session and discussion will focus on ethical questions of why we will save a growing child right in front of us but continue to live a unsustainable...

360 Willard  
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