Events

December 10

The Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies program welcomes students interested in an intersectional approach to gender, sexuality, race and other key identities and the consequences these intersections have in people’s lives. Please join...

December 12

We offer a full array of language courses to serve students at all levels of proficiency, from those who are planning to study a language for the first time to those who are already fluent in one or more languages. This event includes our...

December 12

The Department of Psychology has a threefold mission: To answer questions on the cutting edge of psychology research, to provide training to undergraduate and graduate students in the broad fields of psychology, and to provide individuals...

December 15

The Department of Africology and African American Studies attracts and produces world-class scholars in our discipline, and we have more African American students than any other university in the Northeast. Please join us for an...

December 17

Studying anthropology helps build the creative thinking and critical analysis needed to solve complex problems. We teach cross-cultural understanding, interdisciplinary connection, computational and analytical skills. Please join us for an...

February 4

Please join the Public Policy Lab for our 2020-2021 Colloquium Series. On February 4, Dr. Michael Sances, Assistant Professor of Political Science, presents: When Do Reformer District Attorneys Run and Win? Please register for this event...

March 11

Please join the Public Policy Lab for our 2020-2021 Colloquium Series. On March 11, Dr. Celeste Winston, Assistant Professor of Geography and Urban Studies presents: Abolition Policy and the Long Movement for Black Lives. Please register...

April 8

Please join the Public Policy Lab for our 2020-2021 Colloquium Series. On  April 8, Dr. Elise Chor, Assistant Professor of Political Science, presents: Does Money Matter? Preschool Funding, Program Quality, and Child Development Please...

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