Wednesday, March 22, 2023
Please join University Libraries for this introduction to researching the history of a literary text – a novel, short story, play, poem, or other work of literature. Attendees at this workshop will learn about information resources useful for investigating the publication history of a text, discovering its initial public and critical reception, and finding analyses and interpretations of the text, including those that have been particularly impactful.
Power Pockets is inspired by the poem, Dangerous Coats, by Sharon Owens. Attendees will make their own pockets and fill them with symbols of power. Hosted by Molly Schaller and Stefanie Onieal.
Discover how EMDD can be the next step in your educational journey. This degree provides students real-world training in Design Thinking, Transmedia Storytelling, and UI/UX development.
Critical thinking is consistently ranked as one of the top skills employers look for in interns and new hires. In this highly interactive session, you will develop and utilize critical thinking strategies to solve a problem. Registration is required to attend, and space is limited. Register now to secure your spot.
Oliver Hazel and Raul De Mesa are euphonium students of Matthew Lyon. Program to include music by Philip Wilby, Imogen Heap, Eduardo Boccalari, and more. This event is free and open to the public.
Philosophy and Religion Conversation Hour will be joined by Dr. Lavender McKittrick-Sweitzer, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Butler University.
Join the Women’s and Gender Studies Capstone Students as they present posters displaying how feminism can be incorporated into everyday careers and industries.
Emily Ladau is an internationally renowned disability rights activist, speaker, digital consultant, and writer. Her career began at the age of 10 when she appeared on several episodes of “Sesame Street” to educate children about her life with a physical disability. Ms. Ladau has been published in a range of media outlets, including The New York Times, Self, and Vice. Her first book, “Demystifying Disability,” was published in 2021 and is an approachable guide to being a better ally to people with disabilities.
The Faculty Artist Series features School of Music faculty sharing their talent and passion for music with the campus and community. Program to be announced. Free and open to the public with livestream available.