The name is on towers and water bottles, airplanes and political signs, casinos and golf courses. And now it’s a one-credit course offered through Penn State’s College of Liberal Arts.
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Applications for State of State committees are now available! State of State is an annual conference presented by the Penn State community to talk about the state of the Penn State community. We help to start the dialogue on issues concerning the University through hosting student, administrative, and community speakers on a variety of topics. In addition to our annual conference, we plan a variety of panels throughout the year to talk about pertinent issues. Committees help to plan these important events. To learn more about each committee, visit http://www.psustateofstate.com/committee-descriptions.html. Applications are due Sunday, September 4th at 5pm. To access the application, visit http://goo.gl/OqXL94. Please direct any additional questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good communication doesn’t just happen – it comes from thoughtful, precise planning and a deep understanding of how communication works (or doesn’t work). The Department of Communication Arts and Sciences offers a major and five minors for students who seek to understand how to craft, analyze, and study messages that unfold in personal, professional, public, and global contexts.
The CAS Open House is just the place to learn more about our academic offerings. (Plus pizza. Just sayin’.) The 2016 CAS Open House is April 7 from 11:30-1:30 at 133 Sparks. Please join us! Meet award-winning faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates just like you who have chosen CAS and are loving it. RSVP here (so we know how much pizza to order): https://goo.gl/hslz2N
Mary Stuckey Lecture on Political Anger
Exploring the Relevance of Gandhian Values in a Changing World: An Approach Through Selected Literary Texts
A lecture and discussion by visiting Fulbright Scholar, Nandita Mohapatra
Monday, October 5 from 5:30-6:30 PM in Foster Auditorium, Pattee/Paterno Library.
Cathy Wanner, Barry Director of the Paterno Fellows Program, welcomes all Rhetoric & Civic Life students to attend two special events connected to the dynamic hip-hop theatre piece, I.D.
Lunch with Honors, September 9
12:15-1:00 PM, 023 West Pattee Library
Prior to the evening showing of I.D., Lunch with Honors, a regular Paterno Fellows Event, will feature Steve Broadnax, Director of I.D. and Head of MFA Acting, who will present “Making I.D., a Hip Hop Theatre Piece Exploring Cultural Identity.”
I.D. — Special Performance and Reception for Paterno Fellows, September 9
What makes us who we are? There are the stories our families tell us and the truths our DNA reveals. I.D is a world premiere hip hop theatre piece that explores cultural identity utilizing dance, music, and emceeing.
Tickets are required, but are free of charge. Paterno Fellows and Rhetoric & Civic Life students may pick up one or two tickets in 119 Sparks weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The second person does not have to be in PFP. A dessert reception will follow the performance. Get your tickets before they’re gone!