A great Russian film not to be missed!
This film is presented as one of five Russian films to be shown as part of an open, informal, voluntary film course hosted by English PhD student Caroline Speller. The screening will be followed by discussion. Participate as much or as little as you like!Attendance vouchers provided.
Anthropology in Action Speaker Series
While trying to organize the world's information and make it universally
accessible and useful, Google grounds itself with 10 basic truths - the first
of which is focus on the user. Once you decode it, this is a call for
anthropologist job candidates. Dr. Elizabeth Baylor will discuss user
experience (UX) as a form of anthropological inquiry through the lens of her
own career path and recent projects for Google Health and the
internationally-focused, Next Billion User (NBU) group. Join for a guided
discussion of the UX process, an insider look at Google's UX roles and work
culture, and some concrete tips for applying to Google yourself.
Elizabeth Baylor, Senior UX Researcher at Google
Charles Cashdollar, Department of History, will give a presentation on Women’s Voting Rights and will discuss the legacy of Jane Leonard and her role at IUP.
Eicher Hall 218
This workshop helps students build the kinds of careful reading
skills that are needed to proofread their papers, including reading
slowly, using A Writer’s Reference, and following rules of thumb.