• Liberal Arts Talks presents Gail Bennett: "Ah Ha! Second-level Writing Helps Students Overcome Writing Barriers"
    March 01 4:00pm
    Professor Gail Bennett (English) presents "Ah Ha! Second-level Writing Helps Students Overcome Writing Barriers." Second-level writing and visual imagery connect to reinforce essential concepts in writing. Students are transformed when they see how rhetorical concepts will enrich work in their disciplines and transfer to their pro more »
  • JagStart Student Idea Pitch Competition
    March 02 1:30pm
    JagStart is an annual event that pits contestants against the clock to pitch their original ideas to a panel of judges. Students enter the competition to showcase their ideas for innovative new products, new business ventures, or compelling solutions to social challenges. Check-in and Registration at the door begins at 1:00pm Competition more »
  • Liberal Arts Talks presents Terry Kirts: "The Chowder Diaries: Immersion Memoir Writing and the Communal Foods of Southeastern Illinois"
    March 02 4:00pm
    Professor Terry Kirts (English) presents "The Chowder Diaries: Immersion Memoir Writing and the Communal Foods of Southeastern Illinois." Rather than simply writing from memory, many memoirists now immerse themselves in the places, people, and characters of their early lives to answer old questions and encounter new material. See more »
  • Session 2: NSF CAREER Program: Panel of Reviewers and Successful Applicants
    March 23 10:00am
    NSF CAREER Program The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a National Science Foundation-wide activity offering prestigious awards in support of junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education, and the integration of education and research within the context of the more »
  • Liberal Arts Talks presents Didier Bertrand: "From Albert Camus to Kamel Daoud: The Meursault Investigation Controversy"
    March 23 4:00pm
    Professor Didier Bertrand presents "From Albert Camus to Kamel Daoud: The Meursault Investigation Controversy." Who was the man Meursault killed on a beach in Albert Camus’s “The Stranger”? Kamel Daoud, an Algerian journalist and social critic, sought justice for the unnamed character when revisiting Camus’ more »
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