Wednesday, November 8, 2023
12 p.m.
Reel Inclusion Our Story Calednar ImageOver 90 percent of the available lands in the Greater Chaco region of the Southwest have already been leased for oil and gas extraction. "Our Story" documents the ongoing Indigenous-led work to protect the remaining lands that are untouched by oil and gas, as well as the health and well-being of communities surrounded by these extractive industries. The discussion after the screening will be facilitated by Ms. Kelli Huth, Associate Vice President for Community Engagement and citizen of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma.Attend this screening as part of Native American Heritage Month.
3 p.m.
Caryn Beck DudleyJoin us for this inaugural lecture of the Bryan Dean Forum, "Reimagining Business Education" series. This inaugural series of the Bryan Dean Forum aims to provide leading-edge insights that will support our faculty in reimagining business education and expose our students to prominent thought leaders. The series will clarify the challenges ahead for business and business education and provide inspiration and guidance for our journey of change.
6 p.m.
Register for a free workshop on Japanese embroidery.
7 p.m.
Artist Trenton Doyle Hancock poses next to his work "Torpedoboy", a superhero in a yellow suitTrenton Doyle Hancock will give a talk at 7:00 pm in Sursa Hall with a catered reception to follow in Hahn Hall.
7:30 p.m.
two girls dancing together amidst a crowd at a prom with the title "The Prom" above themWhen one student just wants to bring her girlfriend to prom, the entire town has a date with destiny. Come for a night of glamour, laughter, and unforgettable moments! Tickets available through the College of Fine Arts Box Office.