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 African Studies Global Virtual Forum: Decoloniality and Southern Epistemologies—Priyadarshani Joshi

Priyadarshani Joshi, UNESCO “An Exploration of the Causes and Consequences Of Private Schooling Expansion: Global Trends, and Research Findings From Nepal"

8/19 9am
Virtual Event
MPP Student Orientation

The School of Public Policy will host a welcome event and orientation for the next cohort of MPP students on Friday, August 19, at 9:00 a.m. in 302 Pond Lab.

All-department meeting

All-department meeting for the department of Communication Arts and Sciences

New Student Welcome

First-year students should start in Alumni Hall, and transfer and change of campus students should start in Freeman Auditorium. Hear from Dean Lang and...

 African Studies Global Virtual Forum: Decoloniality and Southern Epistemologies—Sebastian Ille

Sebastian Ille, Northeastern University “Social Systems and the Complexity of Institutions”

8/26 9am
Virtual Event
Head and DGS meeting with graduate students

Head and DGS meeting with graduate students for the department of Communication Arts and Sciences

First-Year Lecture

Laurel Pearson, assistant teaching professor of anthropology, will present. Dr. Pearson is a member of the Liberal Arts Sustainability Council advisory...

Drop-In or Pop-In Career Support

Not sure if your résumé is as competitive as it can be? Want some help with your job or internship search? Not even sure where to start? The Liberal Arts...

8/31 2pm
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Joshua Barnett book celebration

Joshua Barnett book celebration, hosted by the Communication, Science and Society Initiative

Career Success Week: Connecting Your Major to Career

"What are you going to do with your major?" You have probably heard this question hundreds of times - whether from a well-intended family member, or a new...

Career Success Week: Marketing Your Liberal Arts Skills

Join Liberal Arts alumnus, Will Smart, Recruitment Manager for Teach for America, to better understand how to market your liberal arts degree. Whether in an...

Liberal Arts Undergraduate Festival: Mock Career Fair

Join alumni and recruiters under the Career Enrichment Network tent at the Liberal Arts Undergraduate Festival. Alumni and recruiters will be available to...

Undergraduate Festival

Explore the forty-nine majors, fifty-three minors, and six Student Services offices in the College of the Liberal Arts, and enjoy Creamery ice cream,...

Rhiana Gunn-Wright

Rhiana Gunn-Wright, one of the leading architects of the Green New Deal, is at the center of creating lasting, inclusive solutions to combat climate change....

Peter de Costa

Title: Ethics and Narrative Inquiry: Methodological Considerations Instructor: Peter de Costa, Michigan State University Abstract: In light of growing...

9/9 2pm
Virtual Event
Faculty meeting

Faculty meeting for the department of Communication Arts and Sciences

Marathon Read - The Pursuit of Sustainability

12-hour reading of texts related to sustainability

CLA Invited Speaker- Francis Troyan

Speaker: Francis Troyan, Ohio State University

Criminology Speaker Series: Dr. Michael Vuolo

“The Framing of Minority Threat and Moralization to Criminalize Behavior: The Case of Cannabis in the Early Twentieth Century” Dr. Michael Vuolo, associate...

Department of Asian Studies and The Institute for Korean Studies Lecture Series: Dr. Hyaeweol Choi

This talk explores the gender history of modern Korea from a transnational perspective. The basic premise is that national histories are inherently...

9/16 12pm
Virtual Event
SARI Ethics Training for graduate students in CAS

SARI Ethics Training for graduate students in the department of Communication Arts and Sciences

CLA Language Teaching Forum

Speaker: Francis Troyan, Ohio State University Title: How to Support Written and Spoken Language in the World Language Classroom Abstract: Assessment...

Geeslin

Title: Sociolinguistics and Second Language Acquisition Research Instructor: Kimberly Geeslin, Indiana University Abstract: Research on second language...

9/23 2pm
Virtual Event
CAS Fall Colloquia: Jeff Knapp

CAS Fall Colloquia: Jeff Knapp will be giving a talk on "Diversity and Inclusion on Citations"

Fall Philosophy Colloquia: Alia Al-Saji

Fall Philosophy Colloquia: Alia Al-Saji will give a talk on the concept of Fanon's amputation from "Black Skin, White Masks"

9/23 3:30pm
Virtual Event
Mock Interview Safe Zone

Do you have an upcoming interview, or maybe just want to brush up on your interviewing skills? Take part in our Mock Interview Safe Zone for Liberal Arts...

9/28 5:30pm
Virtual Event
Farah Jasmine Griffin

In Read Until You Understand: The Profound Wisdom of Black Life and Literature, Griffin shares a lifetime of discoveries: the ideas that inspired the...

The 2022-2023 Child Study Center's Lois Bloom Lecture

Cynthia García Coll, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Puerto Rico, Medical Science Campus; Charles Pitts Robinson and John...

Emily Dickinson Lectureship in American Poetry Presents Natasha Tretheway

Natasha Trethewey served two terms as the 19th Poet Laureate of the United States (2012-2014). She is the author of five collections of poetry, including...

Research and Pedagogy in the WGSS Dual Title

CAS Fall Colloquia: Research and Pedagogy in the WGSS Dual Title

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