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Events

January 28 - February 26, 2022

Friday, January 28

David Bade

David Bade “Living Theory and Theory that Kills: Language, Communication, and Control”

The School of Public Policy will host a table in the HUB Robeson Center on Friday from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Come visit us to learn about our Master of...

This session will offer attendees essential knowledge in the three-step process for applying for federal jobs. Participants will be provided an orientation...

12pm
Virtual Event

A Day in the Life of A… - To understand the daily working activities and workplace culture of various professional positions in the Department of Labor...

1pm
Virtual Event

A conversation with four doctorate-holding professionals: Cassius Adair Cassius Adair (Ph.D., Michigan) is an independent audio producer, writer, and...

2:30pm
Virtual Event

Samantha J. Shebib, University of Alabama “Finding the Light in Seemingly Dark Relational Contexts” One of the interesting paradoxes we experience in life...

2:30pm
Virtual Event

Join the Humanities Institute for a Public Humanities in the Classroom Workshop on “Approaches to Public Humanities in the Classroom.” In this introductory...

3:30pm
Virtual Event

Monday, January 31

Virtually meet with the ALKU's recruiter to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process, and expand your...

9:30am
Virtual Event

Virtually meet with the Otis Elevator Company recruiter to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process, and expand...

1:30pm
Virtual Event

Tuesday, February 1

Virtually meet with the Kohl's recruiter to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process, and expand your...

9:30am
Virtual Event
woman writing on pad at conference table with others

Are you looking for a supportive space for your academic writing? Join a new writing group, EPPIC Write-A-Thon, to help build a writing community of...

Virtually meet with the Community Services Group (CSG) recruiter to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process,...

1:30pm
Virtual Event
illustrations of coffee and pastries

Come practice your German with other German speakers! All levels are welcome. Unfortunately, Kaffeestunde is still coffee-free due to COVID-19 restrictions....

Wednesday, February 2

Virtually meet with the City Year recruiter to learn more about the organization, internship and full-time positions, application process, and expand your...

9:30am
Virtual Event

Virtually meet with the Oracle recruiter to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process, and expand your...

1:30pm
Virtual Event

Do you worry about using citations correctly in your academic writing? Join us for this workshop, where you will: *Learn strategies for avoid plagiarism in...

Thursday, February 3

Louise Green book cover

Louise Green, of Stellenbosch University, on "Fragments from the History of Loss: The Nature Industry and the Postcolony".

9am
Virtual Event

Virtually meet with the NGIC (National Ground Intelligence Center) recruiter to learn more about the company, internship and full-time opportunities,...

9:30am
Virtual Event
three people chatting and smiling at a table

Are you looking for an opportunity to talk with others in English? Do you wish you had somewhere you could ask questions about real-world English or...

Thursday, February 3, at Noon EST, the School of Public Policy will host the next event in the SPP Speaker Series on Zoom. Sarah Komisarow, assistant...

Virtually meet with The Meadows recruiter to learn more about the company, internship and full-time positions, application process, and expand your...

1:30pm
Virtual Event
Shara McCallum

From Jamaica, and born to a Jamaican father and Venezuelan mother, Shara McCallum is the author of six books published in the US & UK, including No Ruined...

7:30pm
Virtual Event

Friday, February 4

Pia Lane

Pia Lane, University of Oslo “The South in the North: Language Reclamation and Silences”

Virtually meet with the PA State Police recruiter to learn more about the company, full-time positions, application process, and expand your network. Check...

9:30am
Virtual Event

Weekly lab meeting of the EMP Lab, on Zoom. We discuss research articles, present data, and brainstorm on study designs. Open to students psychology,...

12pm
Virtual Event

Spring CAS Colloquia: New Books Panel Join Joshua Barnett, Michele Kennerly, and Michael Steudeman for a presentation on the books they are currently...

Students lined up in front of a mural holding one hand up.

Join the Humanities Institute for a Public Humanities in the Classroom Workshop on “Community Engaged Courses and Public Partnerships.” This workshop will...

3:30pm
Virtual Event

Monday, February 7

“Mountain Languages: A Roundtable on Harold Pinter, Border Warfare, and Performance” Michele Dunleavy, associate professor of dance, Penn StateArushi...

12:15pm
Virtual Event

Do you want to better understand the pronunciation of U.S. English? In this workshop, you will: *Learn which sounds can make spoken English easier to...

Tuesday, February 8

Matthew Restall is hosting an event by J. Michael Francis

The Moral Agency Workshop is an interdisciplinary working group that brings together faculty and graduate students from a diverse range of disciplines to...

Virtual Event
woman writing on pad at conference table with others

Are you looking for a supportive space for your academic writing? Join a new writing group, EPPIC Write-A-Thon, to help build a writing community of...

Join Liberal Arts Academic Advising on Tuesday, February 8 from 1:00–5:00 p.m. EST where Liberal Arts advisers will provide academic information and answer...

Wednesday, February 9

Wayfinding Wednesdays at the Chaiken Center for Student Success

Drop by the Chaiken Center for Student Success to chat with an LAUS staff member and learn about a resource or opportunity that could help you achieve your...

Dr. Alina Salganicoff, senior vice president and the director of Women's Health Policy at Kaiser Family Foundation

The School of Public Policy's leadership series spotlighting professionals with careers in public policy will feature Alina Salganicoff, senior vice...

11:30am
Virtual Event

Matthew Restall is hosting an workshop by J. Michael Francis

"Mozambique's Samora Machel: A Life Cut Short" cover

Allen Isaacman, of the University of Minnesota, on his book Mozambique's Samora Machel: A Life Cut Short.

12:30pm
Virtual Event
rainbow flag in State College

Students and faculty in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies are invited to come by 335 Willard for an afternoon of community and snacks!

Is your headshot photo getting a bit outdated? Get five headshot photos taken and edited for only $5 at the Liberal Arts Ambassadors’ Headshots Benefiting...

In Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants, Robin Wall Kimmerer argues for the necessity of recuperating...

4pm
Virtual Event

Would you like to review your own writing for grammar issues? Join us for this workshop, where you will: *Learn to recognize common grammar errors in...

Credit: Asian Immigrant Women Advocates

Join the Center for Global Workers’ Rights for their ongoing speaker series! On Wednesday, February 9 at 7:00 p.m. EST, the center will feature Dr....

Thursday, February 10

three people chatting and smiling at a table

Are you looking for an opportunity to talk with others in English? Do you wish you had somewhere you could ask questions about real-world English or...

Details coming soon! This event is provided by the Liberal Arts Career Enrichment Network. If you have any questions, please contact lanetwork@psu.edu or...

12:15pm
Virtual Event

The talk uses a political murder as a lens for the disentanglement of the local, regional, and global dynamics that influenced the perceptions of a variety...

2022 Darwin Day Lecture Flyer

Join the Center for Human Evolution and Diversity and the Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences to celebrate Darwin Day 2022 with distinguished speaker Dr....

Friday, February 11

Horace Campbell

Horace Campbell, Syracuse University “Reparations and the University in the Twenty-First Century”

Weekly lab meeting of the EMP Lab, on Zoom. We discuss research articles, present data, and brainstorm on study designs. Open to students psychology,...

12pm
Virtual Event

Faculty meeting for CAS

2:30pm
Virtual Event

Mathias Hanses and Jake Nabel are hosting a guest for a talk called, "Festal Politics in 1 and 2 Maccabees: Post-colonial Criticism and Ritual Innovation in...

Monday, February 14

Person's face, words written on blackboard behind

Do you want to better understand U.S. English pronunciation patterns? Join us for this workshop, where you will: *Review how and when to stress syllables...

Tuesday, February 15

woman writing on pad at conference table with others

Are you looking for a supportive space for your academic writing? Join a new writing group, EPPIC Write-A-Thon, to help build a writing community of...

The International Rescue Committee provides opportunities for refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking, survivor of torture, and other immigrants to...

1pm
Virtual Event
illustrations of coffee and pastries

Come practice your German with other German speakers! All levels are welcome. Unfortunately, Kaffeestunde is still coffee-free due to COVID-19 restrictions....

Wednesday, February 16

Susanne Klausen

Susan Klausen, Brill Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

12:30pm
Virtual Event

Thursday, February 17

three people chatting and smiling at a table

Are you looking for an opportunity to talk with others in English? Do you wish you had somewhere you could ask questions about real-world English or...

Two people shaking hands over a desk

Are you an international student looking for a job in the U.S.? Join us for this workshop, where you will: *Discuss culturally-based expectations for job...

Friday, February 18

Weekly lab meeting of the EMP Lab, on Zoom. We discuss research articles, present data, and brainstorm on study designs. Open to students psychology,...

12pm
Virtual Event

In the opening episode of Netflix’s recently launched series The Chair, Ji-Yoon Kim, played by Sandra Oh, delivers her first speech to her colleagues as the...

12pm
Virtual Event

The Center for Language Acquisition is pleased to announce the upcoming Gorski Endowed Lecture given by Jeannette Littlemore, Professor of English Language...

2:30pm
Virtual Event

Cabral Bigman-Galimore, University of Illinois "Communication Inequalities in the Digital Age"

2:30pm
Virtual Event

Monday, February 21

Two people shaking hands over a desk

Do you want to better understand the rhythm of American English? Join us for this workshop, where you will: *Learn the importance of thought groups, focus...

Tuesday, February 22

Collage of three photos each graduate student selected to represent their upcoming lecture. One photo is credited as Namsa Leuba. La déesse hit 1. Illusions, 2018. Photograph and it features a giant blue human-like creature sitting by the water wearing a grass skirt, a large floral neckpiece and other accessories.. Another photo is a black and white photo credited to Wolfgang Thieme and features a crowd all looking in one direction but we cannot see what they are looking at. The final photo is also a Black and White photo which features a group photo of of Mexican women who participated in La Liga Hispano Americana Femenina.

“Effluvial Ethics: Situating the Trans/Non-Binary Body and Nuclear Toxicity in Chantal T. Spitz’s Elles, terre d’enface: roman à deux encres” - Eric Disbro,...

woman writing on pad at conference table with others

Are you looking for a supportive space for your academic writing? Join a new writing group, EPPIC Write-A-Thon, to help build a writing community of...

Matthew Restall is hosting an event featuring Richard Conway

Thursday, February 24

three people chatting and smiling at a table

Are you looking for an opportunity to talk with others in English? Do you wish you had somewhere you could ask questions about real-world English or...

Grace Talusan (photo credit: Alonso Nichols)

Grace Talusan is the author of the memoir, The Body Papers, a New York Times Editors’ Choice selection, the winner in nonfiction for the Massachusetts Book...

Friday, February 25

The Penn State Institute for Korean Studies is hosting the 1st Korean Applied Linguistics virtual conference, Innovative Perspectives, Methodologies, and...

Weekly lab meeting of the EMP Lab, on Zoom. We discuss research articles, present data, and brainstorm on study designs. Open to students psychology,...

12pm
Virtual Event

An afternoon of dialogue among biologists, ecologists, humanists, social scientists, and state and institutional stakeholders Humans knowingly and...

SARI – Scholarship and Research Integrity

2:30pm
Virtual Event

January 28 - February 26, 2022

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