Students from Rogers Elementary School wrote, produced, and are now recording a two-song CD dealing with today's social issues with a focus on using peace and communication to solve social challenges. Students researched historical events tied to these components. They collaborated with guest composers from the Jacobs School of Music to crea more »
Deadweek Dinners and Study Hours
April 27 6:30pm
Dinner 6:30pm, Study hours until 9pm at La Casa
All of this week, La Casa will be treating you to a delightful dinner. It’s our special way to thank you for your support this semester and to prep you as you go to battle. No one wants to study on an empty stomach, right?
'Using Science to Tackle Health Disparities' presentation by Dr. Manu Platt
April 28 12:00pm
Dr. Manu Platt's research covers HIV-mediated cardiovascular disease, early cancer detection technologies, and sickle cell disease where he investigates mechanisms to stop children with sickle cell disease from having strokes. For this work, he was selected for the NIH Director’s New Innovator Award.
His work has also been fun more »
AAST End of Year Recognition Reception featuring Professor Dina Okamoto (Sociology) book talk, Redefining Race: Asian American Panethnicity and Shifting Ethnic Boundaries
April 28 3:00pm
This event will feature a book talk by Professor Dina Okamoto (sociology), author of the recently published Redefining Race: Asian American Panethnicity and Shifting Ethnic Boundaries. more »
FNECC Craft Night and Potluck Dinner
April 28 6:00pm
Bring a favorite dish to share at the potluck dinner. Craft materials are provided by the FNECC. All are welcome!