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November 29 - December 28, 2022

Tuesday, November 29

Adelphoi Recruiting Table

Learn About Internships and Full-Time Employment in Human Services with Adelphoi! Adelphoi is a nonprofit social service agency focused on helping at-risk...

Wednesday, November 30

Nelson Mandela

The ARC Nelson Mandela Lecture Series Presents: Patricia McFadden, Sylvia Tamale, Minna Salami, and Fatima Sadiqi (Cosponsored by the African Feminist...

9am
Virtual Event
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...

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

Thursday, December 1

PIER Workshop

Speaker: Muhammed Cifci

Filmabend

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...

Friday, December 2

African Studies Global Virtual Forum: Decoloniality and Southern Epistemologies—Sandew Hira

Sandew Hira, International Institute for Scientific Research (IISR) The Hague, “Epistemology: The Manipulation of the Mind through Knowledge Production”

Find Out More Friday: Enrichment Funding

Stop by the Chaiken Center to speak with Katie Wysocki, director of the Liberal Arts Career Enrichment Network. Katie will discuss funding available to you...

Criminology Speaker Series: Dr. Chris Witko

“Hijacking the Agenda: Economic Power and Political Influence” Dr. Chris Witko, professor in the School of Public Policy and Department of Political...

APLNG Roundtable- Busi Makoni and Camila Haus

APLNG Roundtable featuring speakers: Busi Makoni and Camila Haus

CAS Fall Colloquia: John Gastil and Sara Drury

Professors John Gastil and Sara Drury will give a talk on “Blending Rhetorical and Social Scientific Approaches.”

“Making Space:  The Huqoq Synagogue Mosaic and the Viewing Experience”

The ongoing excavations in the village at Huqoq in Lower Eastern Galilee have uncovered a monumental, Late Roman synagogue paved with floor mosaics depicting...

Saturday, December 3

Chaiken Center Closet

Stop by the Chaiken Center Closet in the Sparks Building lobby on Saturday, December 3 from noon–4:00 p.m. and help yourself to gently used winter clothing....

Monday, December 5

“Representation Matters: My Role in Getting Community Voices Heard, Amplified, and Addressed” A talk by Adrian Tam

Representative Adrian Tam was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in History from Penn State, he returned to Hawaii...

Wednesday, December 7

dual-title Ph.D. Candidate, Irene Momanyi

'Historicizing and Politicizing Child Survivors of the Genocide Against the Tutsi' "Literary studies on postcolonial traumas and memories have long...

Master of Public Policy Program Info Session

Join us for one of our upcoming webinar sessions about Penn State’s master of public policy degree program. Our director of graduate studies and current...

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...

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...

Thursday, December 8

Communication Arts and Sciences Public Speaking Contest

The Department of Communication Arts and Sciences invites you to join us for the finals of this semester’s Civic Engagement Public Speaking Contest. The...

7:30pm
Virtual Event

Friday, December 9

African Studies Global Virtual Forum: Decoloniality and Southern Epistemologies—Nigel Gibson

Nigel Gibson, Emerson College, “The Reason and Revolt of Fanon’s Les Damnés De La Terre”

“Banding Together to Challenge Book Bans”

While book banning is hardly a new phenomenon, the proliferation of book bans across the United States over the past two years—in response to the George...

Faculty meeting

Faculty meeting for the Department of Communication Arts and Sciences

Wednesday, December 14

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...

Friday, December 16

African Studies Global Virtual Forum: Decoloniality and Southern Epistemologies- Zachary Wright

Zachary Wright, Northwestern University, "Muhammadan Sufism in West Africa: Comparing Medieval Songhay, the Age of Jihads, and Decolonization".

November 29 - December 28, 2022

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