Improve your English-speaking skills and learn from native speakers who are eager to share their knowledge of the language. Sessions focus on topics like slang, holidays, and American culture in general. No reservations are necessary—stop by and join us anytime. We meet twice a week during fall and spring semester. It’s a great way t more »
Exemplary Teaching Conference
March 31 9:00am
9am - Poster Sessions
10am - Dr. Milner Keybote address
11:15 - Presentation
Join us for a keynote talk by Professor Richard Milner--one of the leading thinkers on race, poverty, and equity in schooling.
Rac(e)ing to Class: We are in this Together!
Educators often talk about p more »
What is Public Education- Community Book Discussion "Democracy Remixed"
April 04 6:00pm
Discussing Cathy Cohen's " Democracy Remixed: Black Youth and the Future of American Politics"
“Take me to Jermany - a personal perspective on the refugee crisis” w/ Photographer Charlotte Schmitz
April 05 12:00pm
“Take me to Jermany - a personal perspective on the refugee crisis” is part of the Spring 2017 Global Studies Positioning Series: Art & Human Rights. Charlotte Schmitz, Professional Photographer will present. In 2015, many people fleeing war took the dangerous journey from Turkey to Greece searching for a new home. But Europe has more »
Art & Refugees Symposium
April 06 8:30am
Join us for a day of performances, academic discussion panels, and a powerful photography exhibit, as we investigate the complex intersection of art and refugees. Symposium participants will explore the refugee situation alongside an array of artistic expressions, as well as the artists, sociopolitical contexts, analytic frameworks, and gl more »
Thursday, March 23, 2017
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