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Faculty Spotlight: Professor and Department head, Denise Solomon featured on Red Rock Relationships
GRADS@WORK: PhD student begins position at hMetrix
Harpster selected as student marshal for the College of Liberal Arts
CAS Assistant Professor recently edited a special issue of Departures in Critical Qualitative Research entitled “Composing Climate Change"
CAS Teaching Faculty promotions
PhD student selected to be 2020-21 Fellow in the Center for Humanities and Information
December 2020 CAS Commencement
Celebrations: CAS PhD students conferred at commencement
CAS graduate program admissions
Sweeney defends qualifying exam
CAS Department hosts Civic Engagement Public Speaking Contest: Winner, runners up, and honorable mentions announced
Buchan defends master thesis, "Rhetoric, Gender, and Myth in the Age of the Technoapocalypse"
CAS Department hosts Civic Engagement Public Speaking Contest
CAS student published in Harrisburg Patriot-News opinion page
GRADS@WORK: Li's MA Program of Study review
CAS graduate student defends proposal for Master's Thesis
CAS Professors recognized with prestigious awards from NCA
PhD students receive dissertation awards from the Research and Graduate Studies Offices of the College of the Liberal Arts
Six new members recently inducted into Lambda Pi Eta (LPH), the honors society of the NCA
PhD candidate selected to join the Next Gen Global Leaders Network
CAS Department represented on top paper panels at NCA
Assistant Professor of AFAM and CAS elected Vice-Chair Elect of the Public Address Division of the NCA
Student Services Coordinator receives "You Rock" award by College of Liberal Arts
PhD Alumnus receives Dissertation Award
CAS Faculty featured in the Penn State Social Science Research Institute’s blog
Graduate Program in Communication Arts and Sciences Video
CDD Lecture Series: Professor Engels to give talk on, "The Ethics of Oneness for a World in Pain"
Events Assistant receives "You Rock" award by the College of the Liberal Arts
Liberal Arts Professor of Communication Arts and Sciences to be featured in virtual panel hosted by PSU press
Faculty Spotlight: Professor Engels releases essay exploring the meaning of "namaste" in The Conversation