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Friday, January 28

David Bade

David Bade “Living Theory and Theory that Kills: Language, Communication, and Control”

9am
Virtual Event
School of Public Policy Information Table

The School of Public Policy will host a table in the HUB Robeson Center on Friday from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Come visit us to learn about our Master of...

Navigating USAJobs.gov: Federal Entry-Level Job and Internship Opportunities – Liberal Arts Career Week

This session will offer attendees essential knowledge in the three-step process for applying for federal jobs. Participants will be provided an orientation...

12pm
Virtual Event
Overview of Working for the Federal Government: A "Day in the Life" of a Dept. of Labor Employee – Liberal Arts Career Week

A Day in the Life of A… - To understand the daily working activities and workplace culture of various professional positions in the Department of Labor...

1pm
Virtual Event
English Grad Futures Initiative:  Academic Jobs Beyond the Tenure Track II

A conversation with four doctorate-holding professionals: Cassius Adair Cassius Adair (Ph.D., Michigan) is an independent audio producer, writer, and...

2:30pm
Virtual Event
Spring CAS Colloquia: Samantha J. Shebib

Samantha J. Shebib, University of Alabama “Finding the Light in Seemingly Dark Relational Contexts” One of the interesting paradoxes we experience in life...

2:30pm
Virtual Event
Public Humanities in the Classroom Workshop: Approaches to Public Humanities in the Classroom

Join the Humanities Institute for a Public Humanities in the Classroom Workshop on “Approaches to Public Humanities in the Classroom.” In this introductory...

3:30pm
Virtual Event

Friday, January 28

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