• American English for International Professionals Course: August 8 - October 17
    September 26 5:15pm
    Enrollment is open for the next class of American English for International faculty, post-docs, fellows, residents, medical students and nurses. Class meets eleven (11) consecutive Wednesdays, starting August 8, 2018.   The goal of this course is to improve participants’ spoken communication with colleagues, patients and staff more »
  • SAVI Data Literacy Training: Module 2C--Create and Use Survey Data
    September 27 9:00am
    Surveys can be a cheap way to collect extensive data.  In this module you will learn the different ways that survey data can be collected and analyzed. What You Will Learn Learn to create surveys Understand survey samples and estimates Analyze and interpret survey results Prerequisite Skills Find this in&nb more »
  • ExME and E/A Concert
    October 02 7:30pm
    Looking for a little twist on a music concert?! Come out and enjoy music development on the computer as well as a performance of music via digital processing and amplification of acoustic instruments. more »
  • Liberal Arts Talks: Scott Pegg
    October 03 4:00pm
    Join us as Professor Scott Pegg presents: Democracy without Sovereignty in Somaliland. Like Abkhazia and Northern Cyprus, Somaliland demonstrates that democracy is possible without recognized sovereignty. Yet, Somaliland’s democracy juxtaposes striking successes with recurrent and persistent problems. This presentation evaluates t more »
  • Talk with Celeste Neuhaus
    October 03 5:30pm
    Join us on October 3 for a public talk with interdisciplinary artist Celeste Neuhaus. Neuhaus will discuss the seemingly disparate, underlying forces at play in her work and how the elemental interrelations between the body, psyche, culture, and planet influence her practice. This event is free and open to the public and occurs in the Basile more »
Friday, October 13, 2017