Events

April 21
Please join us for a discussion led by Professor Gregory Urwin on “America’s Entry Into the Great War.” Dr. Urwin is one of the country’s leading military historians. He will discuss how World War I redefined America and the World- 100...
April 21
Doctoral Defense: John Cunicelli   Dissertation Examination Committee • Hortensia Morell (Advisor, Professor of Spanish) • Hiram Aldarondo (Oral Exam Chair) • Sergio Ramírez-Franco (Associate Professor of Spanish) • Michael Colvin (...
April 24
The Comparative Politics Colloquium of the Department of Political Science presents “Participatory Autocracy: Private Entrepreneurs, Legislatures, and Property Protection in China,” by Yue Hou, Assistant Professor of Political Science,...
April 24
Jhumpa Lahiri will read from her first non-fiction book, In Atlre Parole/In Other Words, which was published in Italy in 2015 and in the United States in 2016, followed by a conversation about translation, the relationship between language...
April 24
Jhumpa Lahiri will read from her first non-fiction book, In Altre Parole/In Other Words, which was published in Italy in 2015 and in the United States in 2016, followed by a conversation about translation, the relationship between...
April 28
As part of the College of Liberal Arts Financial Wellness series, this information session will provide information on negotiating your first salary, making smart financial decisions after graduation, such as purchasing or renting a home,...
May 4
George F. Kennan, America’s foremost strategist in the Cold War, harbored a love for the Russian people so strong that at times he felt that his “Russian self” was “more genuine” than his American identity....
May 12
Graduation ceremony for College of Liberal Arts graduate students. CLA graduate students report to Mitten Hall at 10:30am for check-in.

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