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Rachel Blansfield named college marshal for fall commencement Congratulations to Schreyer Scholar Rachel Blansfield ’22 Psychology, who represented the College of the Liberal Arts at Penn State’s fall 2022 commencement! Rachel Blansfield named college marshal for fall commencement
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Dec 16, 2022
Gabrielle Foreman awarded prestigious MacArthur Fellowship Congratulations to Professor and Center for Black Digital Research Co-Director P. Gabrielle Foreman on being named a 2022 MacArthur Fellow by the MacArthur Foundation! Gabrielle Foreman awarded prestigious MacArthur Fellowship
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Dec 21, 2022
Alum encourages underrepresented communities to pursue STEM

After noticing the lack of underrepresented individuals in STEM, Chaiken Scholar alum Jordan Chapman ’16 Anthropology and Geosciences created the Black Science Coalition and Institute.

Alum encourages underrepresented communities to pursue STEM
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Dec 21, 2022
Liberal Arts student spends fall semester interning in Chile This fall, Liberal Arts student Luisina Kemanian-Leites ’22 International Politics and Latin American Studies studied and interned with an IES Abroad program in Santiago, Chile. Liberal Arts student spends fall semester interning in Chile
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Dec 21, 2022
Alumna combines passions to build manga career in Japan

Liberal Arts alum Catherine Delage ’18 Comparative Literature and Japanese currently lives and works in Japan and translates award-winning mangas from Japanese to English at MediBang.

Alumna combines passions to build manga career in Japan
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Dec 21, 2022
History of Civil Rights visionaries comes to life in murals Two murals depicting the 19th-century Colored Conventions Movement, a collaboration between the Colored Conventions Project and Mural Arts Philadelphia, were unveiled in Philadelphia. History of Civil Rights visionaries comes to life in murals
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Dec 21, 2022
First-generation student reflects on college experience First-generation Liberal Arts student Kaitlin Pasternak ’23 History got involved in academic and extracurricular activities at Penn State that helped her adjust to a new environment. First-generation student reflects on college experience
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Dec 21, 2022
College breaks ground on Susan Welch Liberal Arts Building

Upon its anticipated completion in fall 2024, first new liberal arts building in more than fifty years to be hub of collaboration and intellectual discovery in the heart of campus.

College breaks ground on Susan Welch Liberal Arts Building
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Aug 18, 2022
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