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CWP Spring Webinar Series Continues March 4

CWP Spring Webinar Series Continues March 4

The Center for Workplace Performance will host Dr. Joe Martocchio at 8 p.m. EST. The webinar will focus on "Recent Trends in Compensation and Benefits." Registration is required.

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Faculty Feature: Q & A with Kameron Carter

Faculty Feature: Q & A with Kameron Carter

Our newsletters feature 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 Human Resource Management, Kameron Carter.

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Grant Research takes LER Professor to Guatemalan Banana Plantations

Grant Research takes LER Professor to Guatemalan Banana Plantations

Mark Anner, associate professor of labor and employment relations and director of the Center for Global Workers’ Rights, traveled to Guatemala in February for research as part of his work associated with a series of ongoing grants.

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VLERA Webinar with presenter Michael Wasser: The Growth of Union Professionals

VLERA Webinar with presenter Michael Wasser: The Growth of Union Professionals

The School of Labor and Employment Relation's Virtual Chapter of LERA will be holding its first meeting/presentation for the spring semester. Presenter Michael Wasser is a former IUG student, a part-time online instructor, and Assistant to the President and Legislative Director for the Department for Professional Employees, AFL-CIO (DPE).

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Times of Radical Change: The Power Struggles behind the Hong Kong protests and the Bolivia Coup

Times of Radical Change: The Power Struggles behind the Hong Kong protests and the Bolivia Coup

On Wednesday, February 12 at 4 p.m., two Global Labor University graduate students will be presenting on recent events in Hong Kong and Bolivia.

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Women Workers Film Festival Feb. 15-16

Women Workers Film Festival Feb. 15-16

"Women Workers in Struggle: Organizing for Voice and Power around the Globe" will be held at Foster Auditorium on Penn State's University Park Campus.

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Speaker Series: Richard Bales

Speaker Series: Richard Bales

As part of our Speaker Series, Professor Rick Bales (Professor of Law, Pettit College of Law, Ohio Northern University) will be presenting "Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace," on Thursday, February 13th during our Common Hour (3:15 – 4:30 p.m.) in 502 Keller Building.

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CWP Spring Webinar Series Begins Feb. 5

CWP Spring Webinar Series Begins Feb. 5

The Center for Workplace Performance will be presenting the first of three free webinars at 8 p.m. EST. The topic of the webinar is "Workplace Violence Protection." Register today to reserve a spot.

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Do-As-You-Please Bus Trip Benefiting Centre County United Way

Do-As-You-Please Bus Trip Benefiting Centre County United Way

Join students, faculty and staff on a trip to Philadelphia or King of Prussia Mall on May 2. All processes from ticket sales benefit the Centre County United Way.

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Hogan to Speak at 2020 Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium

Hogan to Speak at 2020 Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium

School of Labor and Employment Relations Professor of Practice Tom Hogan will be discussing his innovative approaches to student engagement and engaged scholarship.

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