Be Involved. Transplant Hope. Marrow Donor Registry Drive, Ages 18 to 44
February 27 10:00am
Please help Justin find his life saving match! Could you be his cure? Justin McMillin is 23 years old and has battled Severe Aplastic Anemia for the last seven years. He was first diagnosed when he was a sophomore at Lawrence North High School. Justin and others need a matching Tissue Type… not a blood type match. Tissue types are i more »
“Surviving and Thriving: Minority Graduate Student Professional Development Series” Graduate Research Roundtable Discussion
February 27 1:30pm
Come prepared to share your current research project and issues you are facing (e.g., methodology, framework, research questions). Professors and peers will then provide feedback and guidance. Food will be provided! This is a semester long professionalization workshop series to help minority graduate students face the challenges of graduate scho more »
Instruments of Prayer: Musical Instruments in the Expressive Culture of the Native American Church
February 27 4:30pm
Please join us for the annual Instruments of Culture lecture at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures. This year’s guest lecturer, Daniel Swan, Curator of Ethnology at the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History, University of Oklahoma, will examine the musical instruments of the Native American Church, namely the water drum, d more »
Cooking Demonstration: Korean Steamed Eggplant
February 27 5:00pm
Join the Asian Culture Center and the Hutton Honors College's Diversity in Action as we learn how to make Gaji Namul (steamed eggplant), a Korean side dish. This recipe, submitted by Sarah Zeng, is featured in the Diversity in Action cookbook, which will be available to purchase after the demo. Please email email@example.com to reserve your fr more »
Black History Month: Screening of "Dear White People" and Discussion with Eric Love
February 27 7:00pm
A showing of the 2014 critically acclaimed movie Dear White People is hosted by the Black Student Union.
Eric Love, director of staff diversity and inclusion at the University of Notre Dame, will direct a discussion afterward.