SHARON, Pa. — Penn State Shenango hosts the final Faculty Lecture Series of the fall semester on Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 12:15 p.m. featuring Lecturer of Human Development and Family Studies Carol Cowan-Crawford as she discusses the benefits of studying abroad.
Cowan-Crawford's talk will profile the three-week study opportunity she developed with the guidance of Penn State Global Affairs titled ‘London, United Kingdom: Adulthood and Families.’ which takes place each year in May. While in London, students will explore the area through cultural excursions, academic experiences, as well as university lectures.
"Study abroad opportunities like our London Program are a great way for our students to experience the world outside of western Pennsylvania,” Cowan-Crawford said. “Being able to leave the traditional classroom and experience different cultures is the best way to break down barriers."
All students, regardless of their major, are welcome to participate in the London study abroad opportunity and are encouraged to attend the lecture.
Admission to the 2022-23 Lecture Series is free and open to the public, however, registration is required. Visitors can register at shenango.psu.edu/lectureseries. Location information will be provided upon registration. Questions about the Lecture Series can be directed to Tasha Lambert at 724-983-2825.
Penn State reserves the right to alter or cancel any portion of this event at any time and for any reason, including but not limited to shifts in the status of the pandemic or relevant and applicable guidance, or individual participants violating University policy.
2022-23 Lecture Series
“Come learn how you can study abroad in London!” with Carol Cowan-Crawford on Nov. 15, at 12:15 p.m.
Carol Cowan-Crawford presents the newly developed study abroad program London, United Kingdom: Adulthood and Families. Students will learn about how they can immerse themselves in the culture, and what academic experiences they can expect.
“Contemporary taxation policies in the corporate settings - Cryptocurrency-Tax-implications” with Sabrin Stewart on Feb. 1, 2023, at 12:15 p.m.
There are still a lot of unknowns about cryptocurrency. Sabrin Stewart breaks down the complexities of the tax implications of crypto, as well as other corporate tax policies.
“Global Connectedness in the Classroom” with Tammy Divens, Maureen Dunn, Kathy Shaffer on March 23, 2023, at 12:15 p.m.
We live and work in a hyper-connected world. Professors Divens, Dunn, and Shaffer share the work they do in their respective classrooms to connect Penn State students with global discussions about their topics.