Events

March 13
Please join us for a lecture by Kate Rosenblatt titled “Cooperative Battlegrounds: Farmers, Workers, and the Search for Economic Alternatives.” This is part of the Urban History Workshop series.
March 13
Dr. Miriam Rosenberg-Lee, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Rutgers University, will be coming to speak on her talk titled Math Learning and the Brain: Contributions of Neuroscience to Education (and Education to...
March 13
“Gender Violence” in Latin American and Spanish Cinema We will view films from Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula. How do these films explore gender violence and its social repercussions? All are welcome. The film will have English...
March 14
What does the #MeToo moment mean for today, and what are its prospects for changing the future? Over the last year, in a more powerful and public way than ever, we have witnessed the failings of our cultural scripts about gender, power,...
March 14
Robin Clarke writes poetry and nonfiction and teaches writing at the University of Pittsburgh, where she has been involved in organizing a faculty union. Her first book, Lines the Quarry (Omnidawn, 2013), won the Omnidawn 1st/2nd book...
March 14
Join us at Temple's Center City Campus for a informational session focused on Temple's Master of Public Policy degree.   Temple University’s public policy masters degree trains you to assess, develop and evaluate government programs and...
March 15
Please join us for a discussion led by Temple professor Mónica Ricketts titled Ni Una Menos The South America #MeToo Movement.   Follow the Teach-Ins On Facebook: www.facebook.com/TempleDissentInAmerica
March 18
The Comparative Politics Colloquium, held by the Department of Political Science and co-sponsored by the Global Studies Program, invites leading scholars to Temple to present their latest research in a lively discussion about important...
March 19
Are you an ambitious rising Junior or Senior at Temple?  You could start your Master of Public Policy degree while completing your bachelors, and then finish the MPP, all in just five years! Temple University’s public policy masters...
March 19
Calling all liberal arts majors!  Connect and engage with professionals and alumni from several regional, internationally focused organizations. Learn about their careers, the work of their organizations and ways to apply your interests in...

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