A year ago, racial incidents and lingering tensions on many campuses turned into protests in October that spread nationally in November.
This year, incidents have multiplied at the very beginning of the academic year. And so have protests. Some of the incidents are closely tied to campus issues. But many reflect the protest movement -- which extends well beyond campuses -- against police shootings of unarmed black men.
Undergraduate Brian Ung is preparing to be a leader for others in his shoes
“I still felt very lost after my sophomore year in college,” he says. “That’s what drew me to my fraternity.”
Please join us for a two-day symposium celebrating the launch of the Feminist Formations dossier on Annamarie Jagose’s book, Orgasmology. This event is free and open to the public. See detailed information on the event Facebook page.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016, 12- 1 pm, Appleby Hall, room 11
A Panel Discussion with Faculty, Grad/Professional and Undergradate Parents
Dr. Kathryn Grace, PhD, Faculty, Geography Department/CLA; Ethan Capers, Doctoral Student, Program in Physical Therapy, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine; Nadia Pedersen, Undergraduate Student, Material Sciences/College of Science and Engineering.
Thursday, October 20, 2016, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m., Johnson Great Room, McNamara Alumni Center. To RSVP.
Please join the Women's Center, the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, and the Office for Equity and Diversity in honoring outstanding University women scholars and changemakers!