The February 2011 issue of CHSS Reflections, the newsletter of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, is now available
In this issue, CHSS student Natalie Schaefer was named the May 2011 student commencement speaker.
The new building will be located next to Stapleton Library, on the lawn that now exists between Clark and Sutton halls.
The December 2014 issue of CHSS Reflections, the newsletter of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, is now available online.
Dianna Bell, one of the candidates for the new position in African Traditional Religions, will give a research presentation on Monday, February 9. Her talk will focus on Muslimsin the West African state of Mali and their use and understanding of the idea of “divine reward.”
“The Invisible War” is an award-winning 2012 documentary about sexual assault in the U.S. military. It will be shown at 6:30 p.m. at McVitty Auditorium in Sprowls Hall on Thursday, February 12.
A representative from the Washington Center will talk to students about internship opportunities in Washington, D.C. This event will provide an excellent opportunity for both History students (specifically) and Humanities and Social Science students (more broadly) to get advice about applying for internships.
Ama Boakyewa will present her research, “Identityand Social Transition in the Process of Priest-Making,” on Tuesday, February 17, from 3:30–5:00 p.m. in McElhaney Hall, room 103.
Luke Peterson, a visiting professor at the University of Pittsburgh, will present “Contending Discourses: Palestine-Israel in the PrintNews Media” on Thursday, February 26. Students are encouraged to attend.
Sociology and Anthropology students and faculty participated in a “Teach-in” on Race on March 23, 2015.