Paterno Fellows Pride

This pride explores the intersection of ethical leadership and public argumentation. In PHIL 119, students will explore philosophically as well as practically the ways leaders might identify ethical challenges, analyze them, imagine possible solutions, and be motivated to do the right thing. In CAS 215, students will investigate the practical process of building good arguments, researching sound evidence, constructing legitimate argumentative claims, and participating in live debates—all skills essential to being a leader in a changing world.

The Paterno Fellows pride is reserved for students who aspire to be part of the Paterno Fellows program. To register for the Paterno Fellows pride and/or for more information, please contact Adie Polk at aludwar@psu.edu.  

Course 1: Ethical Leadership

PHIL 119
GenEd Domain: 
Humanities (GH)
Class Days: 
MTWRF
Class Times: 
11:10 - 12:25

Course 2: Argumentation

CAS 215
GenEd Domain: 
Humanities (GH)
Class Days: 
MTWRF
Class Times: 
2:20 - 3:35