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School of Public Policy Info Table

The School of Public Policy will host a table in the HUB on Thursday, December 12 from 1:00-4:00 p.m. Come visit us to learn about our Master of Public...

 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...

German Club meeting

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...

Family-Level Perspectives on Sleep and Self-Regulation in Early Childhood

A symposium highlighting research on intervention, family sleep, and self-regulation. Registration is required. Co-sponsored by the Department of Human...

Liberal Arts Career Week: Career Crash Course

Join the Career Enrichment Network’s Network Assistant for a crash course on the resources of the office as well as advice on how to start your career journey.

Liberal Arts Career Week: Peer to Peer Career Advice

Students helping students to learn more about their career journey and provide helpful advice in seeking internships, study abroad, and research opportunities.

Liberal Arts Career Week: Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone: Networking and Interviewing

Learn how improv can help you to develop skills to engage with others in a professional setting. Sponsored by Kohl’s and presented by Happy Valley Improv.

Liberal Arts Career Week: Paying the Way: Internships and Study Abroad

Housing and food can be expensive. Learn how to budget for your enrichment experience! Additional financial support resources will be shared as well.

Liberal Arts Career Week: Translating PhD Training for Non-Academic Careers: From CV to Resume

Gather tips and ideas on translating your graduate school training into language appropriate for non-academic positions. Workshop specific to graduate...

Liberal Arts Career Week: Networking Etiquette Reception

Learn how to mingle and network at a reception with Liberal Arts Alumni. How do you hold your glass, hors d’oeuvres, and shake hands?

Career Enrichment Network: Professional Interviewing 101

Learn the ins and outs of a job interview including employer expectations, what to do before and after, and how to share your best self. Workshop available...

Liberal Arts Career Week: Marketing Your Liberal Arts Degree

Learn with Deloitte Consulting how to market your liberal arts degree and transferable skills in a variety of industries. Workshop presented by Deloitte...

Frances Lee, Princeton University: The Limits of Party: Congress & Lawmaking in a Polarized Era

It is well known that party conflict is far more pervasive in the contemporary Congress. When party conflict occurs, members vote much more reliably with...

Liberal Arts Career Week: Meet, Greet, and Eat with Employers

Join recruiters from a variety of organizations within sales, business, marketing, customer services, non-profit, government, and more. Short employer...

Liberal Arts Career Week: Develop Your Brand and be LinkedIn

Come learn from Geico how to develop your professional brand and use LinkedIn effectively. LinkedIn photos will be available after the workshop until 4:30 p.m.

Liberal Arts Career Week: Employer Resume Reviews

Register through Nittany Lion Careers to meet one-on-one with an employer and receive expert advice on creating a competitive resume. Some walk-ins will be...

Liberal Arts Career Week: LinkedIn: Professional Headshots

Walk-in professional headshots available. Please dress professionally. Sponsored by Geico.

Liberal Arts Career Week: Get Hired: Behind the Scenes of the Hiring Process

Become the boss and gain insight into what makes job candidates stand out or strike out in this interactive workshop.

Emily Rolfe Grosholz will read as part of the Mary E. Rolling Reading Series

Emily Grosholz teaches philosophy at Penn State and has been an advisory editor for The Hudson Review since 1984. She has published eight books of poetry....

Liberal Arts Career Week: Deciding on Law School

Join Kathy Garren (Pre-Law Adviser), Amanda DiPolvere (Assistant Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid at Penn State Law), and Pop Little (Penn State Law...

Liberal Arts Career Week: What is a Gap Year?

Learn about a variety of post-graduation opportunities as well as Penn State resources available to you after graduation.

Liberal Arts Career Week: Thinking about Graduate School?

Join experts to learn more about the process, testing, applications, deadlines, financial aid and more when it comes to applying to graduate school. General...

CAS Colloquium

Speaker TBA

Comparative Literature Luncheon

Preetha Mani (Rutgers University), TBA

2/3/2020 12:15pm
African Studies Spring 2020 Seminar Series--Yanni Kostonis

Please join us for Yanni Kostonis's talk on "Black, Greek, and Imperial: The Encounter of Race, Empire, and Nation in the Revolutionary Age, 1790s-1815"

CAS Colloquium

John Gastil and Co-author

Comparative Literature Luncheon

Jeff Lawrence (Rutgers University), TBA

2/10/2020 12:15pm
Mary E. Rolling Reading Series presents Chet'la Sebree

Chet’la Sebree is the author of Mistress, selected by Cathy Park Hong as the winner of the 2018 New Issues Poetry Prize. Sebree is an assistant professor and...

Mary E. Rolling Reading Series presents Chet'la Sebree

Chet’la Sebree is the author of Mistress, selected by Cathy Park Hong as the winner of the 2018 New Issues Poetry Prize. Sebree is an assistant professor and...

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