School of Humanities

October 21: Carol Reardon, Penn State Laureate and Civil War Historian

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Carol Reardon, George Winfree Professor of American HistoryAs the 2015-16 Penn State laureate, Carol Reardon wants to encourage informed reflection and open a dialogue on war, peace and remembrance. One of the nation’s best-known Civil War historians, Reardon is certainly well-qualified to lead that conversation.

October 15: Heather Slomski, Creative Writers Reading Series

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Heather Slomski, author of The Lovers Set Down Their Spoons.

Author and Penn State Behrend alumna Heather Slomski will be the first to admit that a great writing collection is much like Rome: it’s not built overnight.

October 1: Elisa D'Amico, Revenge Porn and Online Identity

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Elisa D'Amico pictured.Today’s digital age has changed our lives forever. With just a click of a mouse, photos of your most intimate moments can be displayed to more than three billion Internet users around the globe.

These images can quickly make their way to family members, friends, co-workers, classmates, colleagues and employers. Victims could be threatened, stalked and tormented; they might have difficulty finding work or could even be fired.

September 28: Bridgette Mongeon, 3D Technology in Fine Art and Craft

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Bridgette Mongeon is sculpting a life-size bronze replica of the Mad Hatter's Tea Party in honor of the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland."Ever wonder what it would be like to attend the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party? Bridgette Mongeon has as good an idea as anyone.

September 24: George Looney/Tracie Morell, Poetry Reading

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The cover of Tracie Morell's poetry collection, Matilda's Battle Waltz.

September 24: Clare Porac to Speak about Left-Handedness in Psychology Colloquium Series

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Dr. Clare PoracAs Randy Johnson, Sandy Koufax and countless others have proven, there’s nothing quite like a southpaw.

However, our fascination with left-handers goes well beyond baseball. Worldwide, 11 out of every 100 people are left-handed, and countless myths persist.

Ashley Weber, M.Ed.

Lecturer in English/ESL
Office Location: 
CH Annex 2, Office #8
Phone: 
(814) 898 6531

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David Herring, Ph.D.

Lecturer in Experimental Psychology
Office Location: 
103 Turnbull
Phone: 
(814) 898 6975

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Naaborle Sackeyfio, Ph.D.

Lecturer in Comparative Politics
Office Location: 
162 Kochel
Phone: 
(814) 898 6972

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Patrick Cosby, Ph.D.

Lecturer in World History
Office Location: 
154 Kochel
Phone: 
(814) 898 6970

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