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  • Fulbright U.S. Student Program 2020-2021 is Now Open On Apr 25, 2019 The Penn State University Fellowships Office is excited to announce that the 2020-2021 competition for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program is now open! The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides an unparalleled opportunity to study, conduct research, and serve as English teaching assistants abroad in order to build lasting connections between the people of the United States and […]
  • Undergraduate Certificate in Fundraising On Apr 24, 2019 Penn State has launched an all online Undergraduate Certificate in Fundraising and Advancement. Both World Campus and resident students interested in careers in higher education or nonprofit fundraising, alumni relations, stewardship, event planning, data analysis and research, communications, and other areas are invited to consider enrolling. One required course, LA 404 Careers in Fundraising and […]
  • 2019 U.S. Student Culture, Economic and Diplomacy Immersion Trip to Poland On Apr 09, 2019 It is our pleasure to announce that GE and the Office of the President of Poland have launched the 2019 U.S. Student Culture, Economic and Diplomacy Immersion Trip to Poland.  This program offers a unique opportunity of a short summer visit to Poland under the sponsorship of the President of Poland. We would like to […]
  • And They Were Found Wanting, by Steven Schneible On Mar 26, 2019 The Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest asked Penn State students to explore ethical values and intercultural issues, and their talent for expressing their views in writing. Steven Schneible, ’21 Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Honors Scholar, English and Psychology, won First Place for his essay, “And They Were Found Wanting,” in response to this prompt: […]
  • When It Works, by James Davidson On Mar 19, 2019 The Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest asked Penn State students to explore ethical values and intercultural issues, and their talent for expressing their views in writing. James Davidson, ’20 Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Honors Scholar, History and English, won Second Place for his essay, “When It Works,” in response to this prompt: Does Art […]
  • Art is Useless, And It Matters, by Brian Loane On Mar 12, 2019 The Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest asked Penn State students to explore ethical values and intercultural issues, and their talent for expressing their views in writing. Brian Loane, ’19 Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Honors Scholar, English and Comparative Literature, won Third Place for his essay, “Art is Useless, And It Matters,” in response to […]
  • A Letter of Apology to Art, by Cecilia Mabilais-Estevez On Mar 04, 2019 The Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest asked Penn State students to explore ethical values and intercultural issues, and their talent for expressing their views in writing. Cecilia Mabilais-Estevez, ’19 Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Honors Scholar, English and Italian, won Honorable Mention for her essay, “A Letter of Apology to Art,” in response to this […]
  • Closer Than You Think, by Faith Gongaware On Feb 25, 2019 The Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest asked Penn State students to explore ethical values and intercultural issues, and their talent for expressing their views in writing. Faith Gongaware, ’21 Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Honors Scholar, Global and International Studies, and Supply Chain and Information Systems, won Honorable Mention for her essay, “Closer Than You […]
  • An Observance of Humanity, by Grace DePaull On Feb 18, 2019 The Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest asked Penn State students to explore ethical values and intercultural issues, and their talent for expressing their views in writing. Grace DePaull, ’22 Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Honors Scholar, Global and International Studies, won Honorable Mention for her essay, “An Observance of Humanity,” in response to this prompt: […]
  • Spring 2019 Student Marshal Form On Feb 18, 2019
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