Posted in April 2013

College of Arts and Sciences Senior Survey

Today, the 2013 College of Arts & Sciences Senior Survey was sent to seniors who have applied to graduate from the College this May.  This survey provides valuable information on the post-graduation plans of our students that is used to improve our services and resources.   To make this year’s survey a success we need your … Continue reading

GNDR Year End Celebration

Year End Celebration for Department of Gender Studies Thursday, May 2nd | College of Arts & Humanities Institute | 1211 E. Atwater Ave. | 5-7PM Family and guests are welcome.  Please RSVP with number attending as soon as possible to Barbara Black-Kurdziolek:  

Old School Family Reunion

Saturday, April 20, 2013 | 10:10AM – 3PM | Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center, 275 N. Jordan Ave. | Free and Open to the Public   Sponsored by the Neal-Marshall Black Student Alliance.  Tentative itinerary: 10:10AM – registration and shuttle service to tournament 11AM – basketball tournament at Brisco outdoor courts 12PM – Neal-Marshall family photos … Continue reading

African American Dance Company Spring Concert

Saturday, April 6, 2013 | 8PM | Buskirk-Chumley Theater, 114 East Kirkwood Avenue | Director Iris Rosa Nandi Comer (AAADS and Creative Writing Program) worked with the dance company students to construct text that has given them the opportunity to express their feelings and emotions throughout the dance piece.  I hope that you can come … Continue reading

GNDR-G104 Summer Offering

May 7 – June 14, 2013 | 11AM-12:15PM Daily | Swain Hall West Room 103 | Instructor Allison Vandenberg GNDR-G104 #14877 (A+H Breadth of Inquiry credit) – Do you love scary movies and horror stories?  Have you ever wondered why men and women are portrayed in certain ways in horror stories, comics, and movies? This … Continue reading

AAAD-A203 Summer 2013

June 3-28, 2013 | MTWRF 10:30AM – 12:30PM | Instructor Caralee Jones Course Description: A203 “Studying Blacks in the New World: African Americans and Africans in the African Diaspora.”  Although Blacks  in the United States, Caribbean and Latin America share an African heritage, they make up one of the most culturally diverse populations in the … Continue reading