The second talk in the Ohio: Sense of Place Speaker Series is Wednesday, April 8, from 4 to 5 p.m. in Walter Hall 135. Dr. Dina Lopez, Professor of Geological Sciences at Ohio University, discusses “The Environmental Legacy of Coal Mining in Ohio.” This event is open to students, faculty, […]Read more ›
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A Green Jobs panel takes place on Thursday March 26, 6:30-8:30 in the Baker Center Amanda Cunningham Leadership Center, Room 366. The evening will allow attendees to learn about opportunities in the green jobs sector while panelists will discuss their educational and job pathways. “The evening is an opportunity for […]Read more ›
The Center for Law, Justice & Culture announces an array of new and exciting Making and Breaking the Law theme courses in Fall 2015. Please contact theme leader Haley Duschinski for more information about the theme and to receive a poster listing all Making and Breaking the Law courses offered in Fall 2015. CAS 2500: Breaking the […]Read more ›
The Center for Law, Justice & Culture offers a special team-taught interdisciplinary seminar course for the Making & Breaking the Law theme in Fall 2015. CAS 2500: Breaking the Law focuses on law and justice in relation to citizenship, global affairs, human rights, public health, and science and technology. This innovative […]Read more ›
Two resource panels can help undergraduate and graduate students interested in expanding their understanding of opportunities as Americorps volunteers and within the green jobs sector. Americorps Panel—Thursday, March 19, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Baker Center Amanda Cunningham Leadership Center, Room 366 Green Jobs Panel—Thursday, March 26, from […]Read more ›
The Food for Thought speakers series presents Dr. Stephen Scanlan, Associate Professor of Sociology, on “Eating Away at Austerity: Ireland and the Local Food Movement” on March 17 at 5 p.m. in Alden 319 (Friends of the Library Room). Scanlan’s Fulbright experience in Ireland last year provided opportunities to witness […]Read more ›
The Gawande Speaker Series and the Becoming Human Theme Present “Epic Fail?: Comparing Myths, Monsters, and Metaphors Across Cultures,” an interdisciplinary roundtable discussion with Dr. Shubha Pathak of American University, on Thursday, March 12, at 7 p.m. in Ellis 111. This event is free and open to the public. Pathak […]Read more ›