Events

March 27
The Comparative Politics Colloquium of the Department of Political Science presents “Identity and Local Representation in Taiwan," by Sara Newland, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Villanova University.
March 28
Our students want to make a different and get jobs. Learn more about the undergraduate programs offered in the Department of Geography and Urban Studies. Lunch provided. Major and Minor in Geography and Urban Studies Major and Minor in...
March 28
We will talk about our various programs such as our Major and Minor in Environmental Studies, Urban studies, as well as our certificate in Geographic Information Systems.
March 28
Ellen Mayock, Ernest Williams II Professor of Spanish at Washington and Lee University, will present on her 2016 book Gender Shrapnel in the Academic Workplace, which examines colleges’ and universities’ uneven gender dynamics across the...
March 29
A serial killer is on the loose. Two homicide detectives must put aside their differences to bring the murderer to justice before more young women lose their lives. Part of a series examining “Corruption and Law” in Latin American and...
March 29
Learn from a panel of experts working in various fields related to psychology. Does grad school make sense? What fields are out there for me? These questions and so much more will be answered. Learn about careers in: Clinical Research...
March 31
Have you thought about using your PhD or Master's degree for a career outside of teaching? Careers Beyond the Academy will offer insight and real world experience from College of Liberal Arts graduate student alumni who have found...
March 31
Kathleen Cunniffe, Doctoral Student Irlandés in the Americas: Irish Themes and Affinities in Contemporary Spanish American Narrative Dissertation Committee Hortensia Morell (Advisor, Professor of Spanish) José M. Pereiro (Chair of the...
April 3
The Comparative Politics Colloquium of the Department of Political Science presents, “Dictatorship and Information: Autocratic Regime Resilience in Communist Europe and China” by Martin Dimitrov, Associate Professor of Political Science,...
April 3
Speaker: Greta Hawes, Australian National University and the Center for Hellenic Studies Pausanias’ Periegesis offers us a unique opportunity to examine the local contexts of ancient Greek myth. More compellingly, this text requires us to...

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