Thursday, 20 Apr 2023
Join us outdoors weekly for our popular Early Childhood Development program featuring stories followed by nature exploration and activities. Best for children ages 2-5 with an adult.
Speaker: Magan Lewis, Ph.D. More details to come.
"Copyright in the classroom: Support for teachers," participants will explore real-life scenarios to help them navigate Fair Use, the TEACH Act, and other topics related to copyright and teaching. Registration required.
Baskets are made by women in Kamuli, Uganda, and sales support their families with food, school fees, and other needs. Sponsored by The Uganda Alliance Club.
Amy Andreotti, University Professor in the biochemistry, biophysics and molecular biology, will deliver the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Spring Dean's Lecture. Andreotti, a biochemist with expertise in structural biology and immune cell signaling, will highlight three stories that illustrate how scientists and physicians are devising new approaches to specific types of cancers.
Cyclone Cinema is presented by the Student Union Board and showcases a variety of film genres, screening a different movie every weekend Thursday - Sunday during the semester. Sunday film screenings are in open caption format. All other screenings can be open caption as well, as long as the request is made to the staff prior to the movie starting.
The 2022 film TikTok Boom is a documentary that explores the ways in which members of ethnic minorities have been affected, and often marginalized, by this social media phenomenon. Novotny Lawrence focuses his research on film studies, blaxploitation cinema, race, media, and popular culture. He has a joint appointment between the Greenlee School of Journalism and the English Department. Free snacks will be provided.
Tinsley Ellis and Marcia Ball are excited to present an intimate evening of their music and memories called Acoustic Songs and Stories. They will each play a set of their own songs.