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Food Drive: Tuesday- Thursday, April 24th-April 26th, 9am-4pm HUB Cul-de-Sac Poster Making Session and Speaker Amanda Brown Cross “Campus Cupboard Study: A Needs Assessment of Collegiate Food Insecurity in Southwest PA” Wednesday, April 25th, Poster Session 4-5pm, Speaker 5-7pm 225 Humanities and Social Sciences Building Poverty Simulation: Friday, April 27th, 1-3pm HUB Ohio Rm-You must pre-register with firstname.lastname@example.org
Fine Arts Event!!
“Indigenizing Maritime Archaeology? Past Approaches and Future Directions in Australia”
Dr. Madeline Fowler, James Cook University, Australia
Tuesday April 17th 6:00 PM CHSS 126
Sponsored by Anthropology and the Native American Awareness Council. Dr. Madeline Flower will outline her research with Aboriginal communities in South Australia in order to discuss the importance of increasing indigenous participation in maritime archaeology.
“Indigenous Rights in the Anthropocene”
Dr. Laura Zanotti, Purdue University
Friday April 20th 6:00 PM CHSS B10
Sponsored by Anthropology, the Native American Awareness Council, Sustainability Studies, the Public Health Program, Latin American Studies, and Global Health
Drawing from her research with Kayapo communities in the Amazon, Dr. Laura Zanotti will discuss the ways in which Indigenous values, cosmologies, and frameworks are critical to conservation, natural resource management, and desired futures.
On behalf of the Hispanic Heritage Council, they would like to invite
you to Noche Latina on April 21st.
You can buy the tickets from the Kovalchick center:
In advance at the Kovalchick Center Box office
$5 with I-Card (Activity Fee paid or not)
$7 without I-Card
AT the door
$7 with I-Card (Activity Fee paid or not)
$10 without I-Card
Approved Fine Arts Event!
On Monday, April 9, Holocaust survivor, Moshe Baran will talk on his experiences and his life’s work as part of the 6 O’Clock Series in Fisher Auditorium (note the change of venue). The talk will last approximately one hour.
This year, a group of faculty in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences have organized break-out sessions, immediately following Mr. Baran’s talk, so that we can bring together students, faculty, and townspeople to reflect and to build on Mr. Baran’s message of peace.
As soon as the Q&A ends, they will announce the exact locations of the break-out sessions (all will be in the HSS Building) and will invite the public (faculty, students and townspeople) to participate in the break-out sessions, where you will reflect on Moshe’s talk and explore what we can do in an increasing hostile world. Their goal is to strengthen bonds among people of good will and to create representations of peace, nonviolence and co-existence for our campus community and our wider community in Indiana, our commonwealth, and the larger world.
They will display the creations from the break-out sessions on campus and share them with Mr. Baran.
Attendance vouchers will be available for both events.