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Wednesday, March 22

International Student Programming Lunchtime Program: OPT and CPT

International Student Programming Lunchtime... 12:15pm

Ms. Davina Kittrell, an International Student Adviser, will be presenting on OPT and CPT for International Sudents. The presentation will have a primary...

Business Building, 002  
"The New Green Revolution for Africa and Female Farmers: A Political Ecology Critique" Talk with William Moseley, hosted by the African Studies Program

"The New Green Revolution for Africa and... 12:30pm

William Moseley, Professor of Geography and Director of African Studies, Macalester College Global philanthropy and aid organizations have increasingly...

216 , Willard Building  
Vanguard Info Table

Vanguard Info Table 2pm

Recruiters from Vanguard will be hosting an info table on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 from 2pm-4pm in the Lobby of Sparks Building. Liberal Arts students from...

Lobby of Sparks Building  
Talk by Sarah McGaughey (Associate Professor of German, Dickinson College): "Better Homes and Gardens?  The Housing Debates between the World Wars in the German-Language Novel" "

Talk by Sarah McGaughey (Associate Professor of... 3pm

After WWI the housing crisis in urban areas of Central Europe became an active area of politics. Paradigmatic for the period was the Weimar Republic...

University Park, 157 Burrowes Bldg.  
 Beyond Woman the Gatherer:  Martu Women of the Western Desert  of Australia

Beyond Woman the Gatherer: Martu Women of the... 3:30pm

Rebecca Bliege Bird, Professor of Anthropology, Penn State University Martu women of the Western Desert of Australia challenge many of the stereotypes...

Willard Building, 216  
Best Practices for Teaching International Students

Best Practices for Teaching International Students 4pm

Part of the Encouraging Mutual Adaptation workshop series. Workshop for Faculty and Instructors.Register here!

Henderson 117  
Why South Asia and Why Hindi?

Why South Asia and Why Hindi? 4pm

Dr. Gabriela Ilieva, New York University Dr. Ilieva will discuss characteristics of ancient and modern South Asia from the intellectual heritage of ancient...

Sparks Building, 124  
Free Film Series! Wednesdays @ 7pm

Free Film Series! Wednesdays @ 7pm 7pm

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

State Theater - State College, PA  
Sarah Manguso 2016/2017 Fisher Family Writer-in-Residence

Sarah Manguso 2016/2017 Fisher Family... 7:30pm

Sarah Manguso is the author of four books of prose including Ongoingness, a meditation on motherhood and time; The Guardians, an investigation of friendship...

Foster Auditorium, 102  

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