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Friday, March 29

Memory, Tragedy, and Society - Social Thought Conference 2019

Memory, Tragedy, and Society - Social Thought Conference 2019 Penn State Social Thought Program will host its annual conference on March 29-30 in Carnegie...

Learn and Network in D.C.

Interested in a career in the federal government? Want to learn more about the application process and opportunities available? Hoping to network with Penn...

LER Alumni Board Meeting

LER alumni board meeting

Giving Academic Slide Presentations: TIPS FOR CLEAR DELIVERY

Are you an international student? Are you looking for help to prepare for an upcoming academic presentation? THIS WORKSHOP WILL HELP YOU: - Develop...

Lecture by Jay Yonamine, a Political Science Alumnus and Head of Data Science at Google

Jay Yonamine, the head of data science for the global patents team at Google, will give a lecture titled, "A History of Artifical Intelligence and Machine...

Annual Student Awards Luncheon

Annual student awards luncheon

Workshop by Dr. Laura Gurzynski-Weiss (Indiana University): "Individual Differences in the L2 Classroom: Maximizing learning opportunities for all"

Dr. Laura Gurzynski-Weiss is an Associate Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Indiana University. One of the most fascinating questions...

Serial Podcast's year inside the courthouse: A conversation about criminal justice with Sarah Koenig

Season 3 of the Serial podcast tells the story of the Cleveland courthouse and the people working in its courtrooms, back hallways, judges’ chambers, and...

Lecture and Interactive Workshop about the Quechua Language by Dr. Americo Mendoza-Mori (University of Pennsylvania)

The United Nations declared 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages. This celebration has become an opportunity to talk about the...

Friday, March 29

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