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Thursday, January 28

How Latinas Transformed American Politics with Tiffany González

A public presentation and question-and-answer session on exciting new approaches to politics in twentieth-century America.

Virtual Event
Virtual Employer Office Hours

Liberal Arts Career Week Event It's your time to virtually meet with a recruiter to review your resume, find out more about the company/organization, maybe...

11am
Virtual Event
Emailing Your Professors: How to Do It Better

Are you an international student who wants to improve your email etiquette? IN THIS WORKSHOP, YOU WILL: Analyze real-world examplesGain hands-on guided...

12pm
Virtual Event
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: How Do I Make This Part of My Career Search?

Liberal Arts Career Week Event Join TFA and our incredible speaker, Alexa Broderick, who serves as the Managing Director of Diversity, Equity, and...

12:15pm
Virtual Event
Donna Shalala

Political leader and scholar Donna Shalala will join us to discuss the relationship between the Democratic Party’s moderate and progressive wings, and what...

"'We Who Believe in Freedom': The Legacy of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and the Legacy of Donald J. Trump."

Dr. Payne is the Henry Rutgers Distinguished Professor of African American Studies at Rutgers University and the Director of the Joseph Cornwall Center for...

5pm
Virtual Event
Mary E. Rolling Reading series presents Toby Thompson

Toby Thompson is the author of six books,​ the most recent of which is Fired On: Targeting Western American Art, published in March 2020 by Bangtail Press....

7:30pm
Virtual Event

Thursday, January 28

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