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True Talk: Fake News

On Thursday November 9th at 4:30 p.m. in the Foster Auditorium (102 Paterno Library), we will host the second event in the Truth Project series. Entitled True Talk, Fake News: The Search for Truth in Public Discourse, this panel discussion brings together faculty members Rosa A. Eberly (Associate Professor of Rhetoric, Department of Communication Arts and Sciences & Department of English), Patrick Plaisance (Don W. Davis Professor in Ethics & Editor, Journal of Media Ethics) and Russell Frank (Associate Professor of Journalism) to help us think about the nature of truth in our society today. Presented in partnership with Penn State University Libraries.

On Thursday November 9th at 4:30 p.m. in the Foster Auditorium (102 Paterno Library), we will host the second event in the Truth Project series. Entitled True Talk, Fake News: The Search for Truth in Public Discourse, this panel discussion brings together faculty members Rosa A. Eberly (Associate Professor of Rhetoric, Department of Communication Arts and Sciences & Department of English), Patrick Plaisance (Don W. Davis Professor of Ethics, Department of Journalism) Russell Frank (Associate Professor, Department of Journalism), and Matt Jordan (Associate Professor, Department of Film/Video and Media Studies).


For those who missed it, please visit our facebook page to view a live broadcast of the event.

Congratulations to Maureen Carr

Maureen Carr, a Faculty Scholar in Residence this semester and Distinguished Professor of Music, was honored at the annual meeting of the Society for Music Theory with a Lifetime Membership. We congratulate Maureen on this high honor!

Maureen Carr, a Faculty Scholar in Residence this semester and Distinguished Professor of Music, was honored at the annual meeting of the Society for Music Theory with a Lifetime Membership.  We congratulate Maureen on this high honor!

Maureen

[Maureen Carr, shown with Taylor Greer (Associate Professor of Music, PSU), Robert Hatten (President-elect of the SMTE), and Jay Hook (Indiana University)]

Faculty Scholars in Residence

The deadline for Faculty Scholars in Residence is quickly approaching. Apply by November 13th; see details here.

The deadline for Faculty Scholars in Residence is quickly approaching. Apply by November 13th; see details here.