Wednesday, December 3
Comedian Louis Ramey
Louis has been loving his job as a stand up comedian for the past 20 years. As a finalist in NBC's 'Last Comic Standing', and with performances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The View and Last Call with Carson Daly- he's sure to be a crowd pleaser!
12:30, Lion's Den
December 3 & 4
Career Services' Winter Wonderland & Resumania
Come visit with Advising and Career Services in our Winter Wonderland. De-stress with some fun winter activities and pizza! Bring your resume for one of our Career Coaches to review and a chance to win a gift card!
Tomezsko Lounge during Common Hour
Wednesday, December 3
Global Awareness Dialogue Project
As part of the Global Awareness Dialogue Project, working in collaboration with the Abington campus and Arcadia University, guest speakers Dr. Johnnie Johnson Hafernik and Dr. Fredel M. Wiant will share how we might better integrate multilingual students into the college campus environment, especially the college classroom.
"Challenges and Opportunities for Multilingual and Multicultural Students in Our Classrooms"
Student and Faculty Panel, 12:30-1:20 p.m., 103 Tomezsko
Diversity and Inclusion on the College Campus
Dialogue with Guest Speakers, 3:45-5:15 p.m., 209 Tomezsko
Saturday December 6
NYC Bus Trip
Enjoy a day in the Big Apple with Student Affairs. The bus will depart from campus at 8 a.m. and will return around 8 p.m. Sign up in the Office of Student Affairs, $5 reserves your space on the bus. This trip is open to current Penn State students.
Tuesday, December 9
Be a Kid Study Break, Stitching with Love
Brain on overload from studying? Take a break to enjoy some old school fun, while helping those in need.
11:30 a.m., Lion's Den
Wednesday, December 10
Please join our fictional character workshop, sponsored by Brandywine's literary magazine, Penn in Hand. Come to explore and learn how to construct the ideal character for your short story. Bring your own inspiration or get a little help from your peers to make the best short fiction! The best will be featured in Penn in Hand's 2015 edition. All are welcome! Food and drinks will be provided.
12:30 p.m., 108 Vairo Library
SGA Gingerbread House Building Contest
Get in the holiday spirit with SGA and build a gingerbread house with friends! Email Logan Woods, email@example.com to register.
12:30 p.m., Tomezsko Lounge
Be a Kid Study Break and Stitches with Love
Re-energize your tired brain with some classic Lego play or make a gift - one for you and one to share.
12:30 p.m., Lion's Den
Our November/December book discussion will take place on Wednesday, December 10 at 3 p.m. in the library conference room (Vairo 201A). We've decided to dive into short stories and will read Lorrie Moore's Birds of America. Published in 1998, it's still considered one of the foremost short story collections in contemporary American writing. For those of you who like to read ahead, our January book is Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
Thursday, December 11
Be a Kid Study Break - Play-Doh!
Remember the good ole days when your biggest stress was not letting your play-doh get dried out? Let's revisit those good times in between your studying break.
11:30 a.m., Lion's Den
Fair Trade Movie Watch, Connected by Coffee with our Chancellor, Dr. Kristin Woolever
This program is sponsored by Fair Trade Trailblazers and Community Civic Engagement Lab. There will be FREE Fair Trade Coffee!
11:30 a.m., 103 Tomezsko
Friday, December 19
David Rosenberg will be the speaker for Brandywine's December 2014 Commencement ceremony. He is a Penn State alumnus with a bachelor's degree in human development and a graduate of the Howard University School of Law. Rosenberg and his wife, Marjorie, manage a family foundation focusing on children and character development. They have also been significant supporters of Brandywine's Laboratory for Civic and Community Engagement.
10 a.m., Commons Gymnasium
Thursday, January 15
"Updating Nautical Charts Post Hurricane Sandy on NOAA's Hydrographic Thomas Jefferson Vessel"
Laura Guertin, associate professor of Earth sciences and Rita Bowker, will present on their experiences and research on the NOAA ship Thomas Jefferson as part of the Teacher at Sea program. The research consisted of hydrographic surveying which uses side scan and multibeam echo sonar technologies to measure water depth and search the seafloor for wrecks, rocks, debris and other obstructions that could be potential navigational hazards to surface ships. These results are then used to create nautical charts.
Tomezsko 103, 11:30 a.m.
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