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The Liberal Arts Undergraduate Education unit represents and serves all undergraduate students studying in the College of the Liberal Arts. We work to provide our students with high quality academic programs while cultivating an educational community that engages the core virtues of the Liberal Arts: excellent communication, ethical leadership, global perspectives, and critical thinking.

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  • Chapel Executive Internship – Job Postings 3.30.15 On Mar 30, 2015 Chapel-newswireThe Chapel Executive Internship program awards $5,000 to students securing internships in the private sector.  Below are two jobs that would qualify for the Chapel program.  To apply for these positions and for more job listings sign in to your Network Symplicity Account.  For more information on the Chapel Executive Internship program visit the Career [...]
  • eLion Academic Review: [Your Name Here] On Mar 30, 2015 summer campus beauty This post is about Academic Reviews, and the College of the Liberal Arts professional academic advising staff wants you to watch for yours – coming to your PSU email inbox this summer and every summer!   Each summer as a current or incoming transfer or change of campus student in the College [...]
  • Online Summer Course–Psych 256 Introduction to Cognitive Psychology On Mar 27, 2015 cognitivepsychPSYCH 256 Introduction to Cognitive Psychology This popular course provides an introduction to mental processes including attention, memory, problem solving, and more.  Students will develop an understanding of the study of human thinking, and gain insight into their own thought processes.  The course fulfills a Group A distribution requirement for Psychology majors.  It is [...]
  • Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest Winner: Elizabeth Rush On Mar 27, 2015 leadershipThe 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. Below, you will find the first place essay from Elizabeth Rush, ’16, Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Scholar, Communication Arts and Sciences, and Spanish, responding to the prompt: “All mankind is divided [...]
  • Online Summer Course–HIST 143 The History of Fascism and Nazism On Mar 26, 2015 HIST143HIST 143 History of Fascism and Nazism (3) GH;IL) (BA) This course meets the Bachelor of Arts degree requirements. History 143 engages the related topics of fascism and Nazism. Through a wide ranges of sources and media, students come to understanding the social context of fascism, its governing assumptions, ideals, and values, how it [...]
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