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Prospective student event to focus on professional graduate degree programs

Prospective student event to focus on professional graduate degree programs

Virtual event will highlight programs in the School of Public Policy and the School of Labor and Employment Relations.

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CIHRS Participates in New Webinar Series

CIHRS Participates in New Webinar Series

The Center for International Human Resource Studies participated in the first in a series of webinars focusing specifically on international HRM topics. The series was organized by the Centre for Global Workforce Strategy at Simon Fraser University (Canada), CIHRS, and ESCP Business School in Europe. The next in the series is scheduled for September.

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Faculty, grad students come together to help Centre County residents in need

Faculty, grad students come together to help Centre County residents in need

Centre County COVID-19 Community Response, also known 4CR is “an informal organization that arose based on concerns over the pandemic. It’s about community members getting together to help each other.” The members include two LER professors: Dr. Rebecca Tarlau and Dr. Manuel Rosaldo.

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May 2020 Acting Director's Update

May 2020 Acting Director's Update

The School of Labor and Employment Relations celebrates the class of 2020.

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FACULTY FEATURE: Q & A With Michael Maffie

FACULTY FEATURE: Q & A With Michael Maffie

Our newsletter features a faculty member question and answer section where you can learn more about our professors' research projects, ongoing studies, and hobbies! This month, get to know Assistant Professor of Labor and Employment Relations, Michael Maffie.

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Paul Clark Publishes Article in "The Conversation"

Paul Clark Publishes Article in "The Conversation"

"Essential US workers often lack sick leave and health care – benefits taken for granted in most other countries" discusses inequalities emphasized by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Conversation is an independent source of news and views, from the academic and research community, delivered direct to the public.

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ROTC student plans to help soldiers with her human resources education

ROTC student plans to help soldiers with her human resources education

Penn State senior Dominique Buchholz grew up in a military family, and said her childhood was a driving force behind her desire to help people. Her time at Penn State and participation in Army ROTC has helped solidify her goal to work as a human resources consultant.

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The LABOR School Will Host New Webinar May 7

The LABOR School Will Host New Webinar May 7

"Lessons and Strategies for Online Engagement: How the Labor Movement is Innovating and Adapting" will look at best practices and lessons learned to expand and adapt work in the online sphere. Register in advance to participate.

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