2021-22 Events

Spring 2022 Events

Date/LocationEvent

April 18
7:30 p.m.

Pasquerilla Spiritual Center

Paterno Fellows Recognition Ceremony and Reception

This event celebrates the achievements of students who have been admitted to the Paterno Fellows Program and Schreyer Honors College over the past year. The program will include presentations by several Paterno Fellows, past and present, as well as winners of the Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest. A dessert reception will follow the ceremony.

This event is free and open to the public. New admits who are being recognized will receive a separate invitation. All aspiring and admitted Fellows are invited to attend, and others are welcome to join in! Dress is casual.

May 7
9:00 a.m.

Pattee Mall

Paterno Fellows Graduation Ceremony and Reception

This ceremony recognizes Paterno Fellows who are graduating with honors with two or more areas of academic study, with study abroad and/or internship credentials, and with leadership or service accomplishments. We look forward to seeing all graduating Fellows and their families!

The College of the Liberal Arts Commencement Ceremony is on Saturday, May 7, at 4:30 p.m. at the Bryce Jordan Center.

The College also holds separate ceremonies and receptions throughout the day on Saturday for departments to celebrate their students' achievements. View the schedule here.

Fall 2021 Events

Date/LocationEvent

September 21
5:00 - 6:00 p.m. ET

Virtual event | Recording here

Paterno Fellows First-Year Orientaton

At PFP’s virtual orientation, you’ll have a chance to meet the directors, staff, and students; review program requirements; learn how we can support your experience; and hear from two recent PF graduates!

November 9
5:30 - 6:30 p.m. ET

Virtual event | Register here for Zoom link

"Still Life: The Myths and Magic of Mindful Living"

The Paterno Fellows Program invites you to our virtual salon, “Still Life: The Myths and Magic of Mindful Living” with best-selling author and yogi meditation teacher Rebecca Pacheco. In her book, Still Life, Pacheco offers an in-depth exploration of mindfulness and meditation misconceptions to arm the reader with inspirational and practical tools for cultivating a consistent mindfulness practice in their own lives—regardless of experience level or lifestyle.

A limited number of free copies of Still Life will be distributed for participants to read prior to the event. Reading the book is encouraged but not required.

This talk with discussion is free and open to the public. Free books are available to students in the Paterno Fellows Program through October 15, and extended to the public thereafter while supplies last.

Register here to receive the Zoom link and to request a free copy of Still Life.

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