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February 6 - March 7, 2023

Monday, February 6

Liberal Arts Virtual Recruiting Week: Strawberry Fields, Inc.

Virtually meet with a recuiter from Strawberry Fields, Inc. to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process, and...

9:30am
Virtual Event
Jin-Kyung Lee

Jin-Kyung Lee (University of California San Diego) will present “Rape and Male Sexual Desire: Masculinist Equality in the Colonial Literary Imaginings of...

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,...

4:15pm
Stream Available

Tuesday, February 7

Liberal Arts Virtual Recruiting Week: ALKU

Virtually meet with a recuiter from ALKU to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process, and expand your...

9:30am
Virtual Event
Liberal Arts Virtual Recruiting Week: AlphaSights

Virtually meet with a recuiter from AlphaSights to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process, and expand your...

1:30pm
Virtual Event
ALKU Information Table

Join representatives from ALKU to learn more about internship and full-time opportunities. They will be available at their information table from 4:00 pm -...

Wednesday, February 8

Liberal Arts Virtual Recruiting Week: Centre County Youth Service Bureau (YSB)

Virtually meet with a recuiter from the Centre County Youth Service Bureau (YSB) to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions,...

9:30am
Virtual Event
Liberal Arts Virtual Recruiting Week: Target

Virtually meet with a recuiter from Target to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process, and expand your...

9:30am
Virtual Event
Wayfinding Wednesdays | Chaiken Center for Student Success

Learn more about how to apply to be mentored through the Liberal Arts Alumni Mentor Program, supported by the Liberal Arts Career Enrichment Network.

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...

Liberal Arts Virtual Recruiting Week: City Year

Virtually meet with a recuiter from City Year to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process, and expand your...

1:30pm
Virtual Event
Communicating effectively? Investigating German-English bilinguals’ strategies of requesting

The act of communication is one of establishing, building, and maintaining relationships. Therefore, understanding communicative norms of a particular...

Introduction to AlphaSights webinar

AlphaSights is excited to hire Liberal Arts students from Penn State! AlphaSights is seeking strong communicators, who are eager to work in a fast-paced,...

6pm
Virtual Event

Thursday, February 9

Liberal Arts Virtual Recruiting Week: Pennsylvania State Police

Virtually meet with a recuiter from the Pennsylvania State Police to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process,...

9:30am
Virtual Event
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Why Materials Matter Collaborative Colloquia will host its fourth seminar of the 2022–23 series. This will be the first seminar of the spring semester. Join...

Liberal Arts Virtual Recruiting Week: Centre Helps

Virtually meet with a recuiter from Centre Helps to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process, and expand your...

1:30pm
Virtual Event
Amrita De

The South Asian Speaker Series presents Amrita De (Penn State) on “Cruising Masculinity: Immanent Affect in Post Partition Short Stories”

Speak UP

Weekly English Speaking Group

Friday, February 10

African Studies Global Virtual Forum: Decoloniality and Southern Epistemologies- Heather Brookes

Heather Brookes, Stellenbosch University, "Rethinking Youth Language Practices in South Africa: An Interactional Sociocultural Perspective"

Liberal Arts Virtual Recruiting Week: Beacon Hill Staffing Group

Virtually meet with a recuiter from Beacon Hill Staffing Group to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process, and...

9:30am
Virtual Event
Sociology Colloquium Speaker Series: Michael Strand

Michael Strand (Brandeis University) will be giving a talk as an invited guest in the Department of Sociology and Criminology. His research and teaching...

Liberal Arts Virtual Recruiting Week: Delaware River and Bay Authority

Virtually meet with a recuiter from Delaware River and Bay Authority to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application...

1:30pm
Virtual Event
Antiracism and Equity Committee Syllabus Workshop

The Antiracism and Equity Committee is hosting a Syllabus Workshop on Friday, February 10, 3:30-5:00pm in 132 Burrowes for all department of English members....

Sally Sedgwick, “Temporality and the Method of Hegel’s Phenomenology”

“Temporality and the Method of Hegel’s Phenomenology” Sally Sedgwick, professor of philosophy at Boston University

Monday, February 13

Comparative Literature Luncheon: Katrina Daly Thompson

Katrina Daly Thompson (University of Wisconsin–Madison), will present “A Half-Century of Swahili Islamic Marital Advice”

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EPPIC Workshop on the Syllables and Stress that come up in American English

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,...

4:15pm
Stream Available
Film Screening and Discussion: “Manzanar, Diverted: When Water Becomes Dust”

CHANNELS: Asian Diasporas in Film, Art, and Media presents a screening and discussion of the film Manzanar, Diverted: When Water Becomes Dust

Tuesday, February 14

Anita Mannur

The South Asian Studies Speaker Series (SASSS) hosts Anita Mannur (Miami University) presenting “Intimate Eating: Food in Asian America.”

Wednesday, February 15

Wayfinding Wednesday: Counseling and Psychological Services

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Penn State

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...

“Venerated—Persecuted—Forgotten: Victims of Nazism at FC Bayern Munich”

Lior Sternfeld, associate professor of history and Jewish studies at Penn State, is hosting an event with speakers: Dee Kundra, Managing Director of the...

Ukrainian Film Series: The Earth is as Blue as Orange

All screenings will be free and open to the public and will be will be followed by a discussion with Dr. Yuliya V. Ladygina, Helena Rubinstein University...

Thursday, February 16

Speak UP

Weekly English Speaking Group

Friday, February 17

Criminology Speaker Series: Nonacademic Career Panel

Join the following panelists as they discuss possible career options for Criminology students: Ted Greenfelder, research data analyst for the Pennsylvania...

Twitter and the #Humanities: Online Research,  Community, and Praxis

Over the past decade, Twitter has offered an integral community space and online knowledge commons to humanities researchers. The relationships emerging from...

12pm
Virtual Event
Brad Vivian - “Campus Misinformation: The Real Threat to Free Speech in American Higher Education”

CAS Colloquium - Brad Vivian, “Campus Misinformation: The Real Threat to Free Speech in American Higher Education”

Monday, February 20

Nergis Ertürk

Nergis Ertürk (Penn State), will present “Translating Socialist Realism: Revolutionary Aesthetics and Politics Across Turkey and the Soviet Union.”

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,...

4:15pm
Stream Available

Wednesday, February 22

Promotion and Tenure Workshop

Open to all tenure-line faculty in the College of the Liberal Arts.

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...

2023 Darwin Day Lecture: Herman Pontzer

Join us for the 2023 Darwin Day Lecture, “Healthy as a Hunter-Gatherer: Evolutionary Perspectives on Exercise, Diet, and Metabolism,” presented by Herman...

FILMABEND Spring 2023 Flyer

Join the German Graduate Student Association and the Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures for film screenings at 7:00 p.m. in Foster...

Thursday, February 23

FAIS Training for Non-Tenure-Line Faculty

Open to all non-tenure-line faculty in the College of the Liberal Arts.

Speak UP

Weekly English Speaking Group

Krista Eastman

Nonfiction writer and Penn State alumna Krista Eastman will offer a reading as part of this year’s Mary E. Rolling Reading Series. The reading, which is free...

Margaret Burnham

In this lecture, co-hosted by African American Studies and the Rock Ethics Institute, Professor Burnham will discuss her new book By Hands Now Known: Jim...

Friday, February 24

Find Out More Fridays | Chaiken Center for Student Success

Staci Kelly, student awards coordinator for the College of the Liberal Arts, will be in the Chaiken Center to answer your questions about scholarships and...

Shannon Cruz - “Bridging the Political Divide on Environmental Issues: Classical Approaches and New Directions”

CAS Colloquium - Shannon Cruz, “Bridging the Political Divide on Environmental Issues: Classical Approaches and New Directions”

English Grad Futures

The English Grad Futures initiative is hosting a conversation on career exploration for humanities PhDs featuring *James Van Wyck Princeton University...

“Making Space for the Gods: Religious Spaces in the Ancient Greek House”

Numerous gods were worshipped in the ancient Greek house, but few if any permanent sacred spaces were set aside for their rituals. Rather than permanent...

Group of women talking.

The annual conference hosted by the Graduate Student Committee of the Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies will be held Friday, February 24...

Saturday, February 25

Group of women talking.

The annual conference hosted by the Graduate Student Committee of the Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies will be held Friday, February 24...

Monday, February 27

Abdulhamit Arvas

Abdulhamit Arvas (University of Pennsylvania) will present “Trans*lating Genders in Early Modern Europe”

EPPIC Workshop: Intonation in American English

Intonation in American English - Focus on Pronunciation

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,...

4:15pm
Stream Available

Wednesday, March 1

Lahcen E. Ezzaher

The Center for Democratic Deliberation hosts Lahcen E. Ezzaher from the University of Northern Colorado presenting “Aristole’s Rhetoric Through Arab Eyes:...

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...

Digital Pedagogies and Initiatives

Have you heard about digital liberal arts or digital humanities? Are you wondering about how you can learn some computational research methods but you don’t...

Qiana Whitted

The Humanities Institute hosts an annual lecture each spring to celebrate and interrogate the work of the humanities. A part of this event, the HI Alumni...

School of Labor and Employment Relations

Join the School of Labor and Employment Relations’ pre-law adviser, Professor Arthur Matthews, J.D., on Wednesday, March 1, as he gives the floor to five...

Thursday, March 2

Speak UP

Weekly English Speaking Group

Friday, March 3

Laura Beckman

Join visiting scholar Dr. Laura Beckman, associate professor of criminal justice at Shippensburg University, as she discusses, “Contextual Inequality and...

Lisa Flores - “Contemporary Issues in Rhetoric: Virtual Roundtable Discussion”

CAS Colloquium - Lisa Flores, “Contemporary Issues in Rhetoric: Virtual Roundtable Discussion”

February 6 - March 7, 2023

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