110 McElhaney Hall
Learn more about an incredible
opportunity to learn about and visit
the Navajo Nation, a Native American
reservation, in Arizona and New
Mexico. Information sessions will be
held on Monday Feb 20 at 5pm and
Tuesday Feb 21 at 5pm in 110 McElhaney
Hall. For more information, contact
Dr. Hildebrandt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Join the Women's and Gender Studies club every Tuesday night to discuss the WGS presence on campus and current issues happening in the world today!
The club meets in the basement on the couches next to the elevator.
B10 Humanities and Social Sciences Building
112 Humanities and Social Sciences Building
Humanities and Social Sciences Building
Conemaugh Room, HUB
Come join the Haven Project for Masculinity Monday and learn how the world perceives what is masculine and was is not.
For more information, contact the Haven Project at 724-357-3947 or email at email@example.com
408 CHSS Building
Monogahela Room, HUB
Come join the Haven Project for Masculinity Monday and learn how the world perceives what is masculine and was is not
Join us in introducing two new books by members of the Women's and Gender Studies Faculty. Chat with the authors and learn about their journey in researching and writing.
Chauna Craig - The Widow’s Guide to Edible Mushrooms
Melissa Swauger - Researching Children and Youth: Methodological Issues, Strategies, and Innovations
IUP (Precise Locations TBA)
Serving English professionals since before 1970, the Pennsylvania College English Association (PCEA) provides a forum for the debate and discussion of ideas surrounding literature and literacy studies. It strives to promote and foster inquiry into our world as it is presented in literature of all genres. The PCEA also actively strives to give voice to those who endeavor to create new kinds of literacies.
For more information about PCEA, including information about its annual conference, please visit the PCEA website at http://http://www.pcea.online/ .
The conference, aside from the Kill Shakespeare live performance (5:00p-6:30p on March 10) and keynote (7:00p on March 10) will be 8:30a-4:15p on Friday, March 10, and 9a-12:30p on Saturday, March 3.
The conference, aside from the Kill Shakespeare live performance and keynote, will be 8:30a-4:15p on Friday, March 10, and 9a-12:30p on Saturday, March 3.
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