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Wednesday, November 9

Wayfinding Wednesday: Academic Scholarships

Stop by the Chaiken Center for Student Success in 138 Sparks Building from 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. to learn more about academic scholarships offered by the...

Policy Profiles: Shelley Nickel

The School of Public Policy’s leadership series spotlighting professionals with careers in public policy will feature education policy expert Shelley Clark...

11:30am
Virtual Event
Dr. Gabeba Baderoon

"Sand Is History: A Relief Map of the Flats" In this poetry reading, Gabeba Baderoon reads new work from her current book project, "The Concussion Diaries:...

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...

2pm
Stream Available
Teach-In on Russia’s War in Ukraine: Svitlana Shlipchenko, “Liberated Histories and Imperial Afterlives: The Changing Faces of Ukraine’s Cities”

“Liberated Histories and Imperial Afterlives: The Changing Faces of Ukraine’s Cities” Svitlana Shlipchenko, Senior Researcher, National Academy of Sciences...

2:30pm
Virtual Event
The “Land and Water Revisited” Project: A Conversation on Community-Based Partnerships

Free screening of the film Land and Water Revisited, followed by a 30-minute Q&A with Perla Martínez and Alonso Rodríguez.

“Global Italy: Bringing the Contemporary Society in Class”: Francesca Calamita

The talk series “Global Italy: Bringing the Contemporary Society in Class” will virtually bring to campus four speakers with the goal of enriching the...

2:30pm
Virtual Event
EMP Lab Meeting

Weekly lab meeting of the Empathy & Moral Psychology (EMP) Lab, on Zoom. We discuss research articles, present data, and brainstorm on study designs. Open to...

3:30pm
Virtual Event
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...

Sharing Our Paths of Success: Career Networking Panel

Four Penn State affiliated professionals will share their paths to success and answer student questions in a career networking panel. All Penn State...

“Anti-Semitism: A Conceptual History,” Jonathan Judaken

Each year the Jewish Studies program organizes an event to remember the Jewish victims of the notorious “Kristallnacht” (night of broken glass) pogrom in...

Wednesday, November 9

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