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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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  • Full-time Posting: Police Officer – Borough of North Catasauqua Pennsylvania On Mar 03, 2015 shutterstock_63790765 - CopyThe Borough of North Catasauqua Pennsylvania is seeking applicants for entry level police officer. This Is a civil service category governed by applicable laws, ord1nances and regulations of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Borough of North Catasauqua. The borough of North Catasauqua offers an excellent fringe benefit package, including medical coverage, life insurance, paid [...]
  • Chapel Executive Internship – Job Postings 3.2.15 On Mar 02, 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 [...]
  • Student Financial Center Looking for Peer Educators On Mar 02, 2015 financeThe Student Financial Education Center (SFEC) is currently looking for dedicated students with an interest in financial literacy to serve as Peer Educators. The SFEC aims to provide personal finance education to students studying at Penn State University Park, as well as presentations on budgeting, forecasting, and general money management for clubs and organizations. Peer [...]
  • Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest Winner: Dhiren Kapoor On Feb 27, 2015 leaderThe 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 honorable mention essay from Economics major Dhiren Kapoor, ’16, Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Scholar, Economics, and Supply Chain and Information Systems, responding to the [...]
  • Study Abroad Liberal Arts: Rachel G. in Vienna, Austria On Feb 26, 2015 RGRachel’s Blog There’s Only One Eye in Vienna Journal Entry #5: Day 5 Today was a big day. We boarded a train and set off to Salzburg. The train ride was relaxing and quiet. Before I knew it, we were ready to get off in Salzburg. Our tour guide was my favorite tour guide of [...]
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