Academics Events

March 24 - 30, 2019

Sunday, March 24

Clifford Galley exhibition: Ken Landauer '87; Functure

Functure: functional sculpture constructed to puncture and suture the junctures of furniture and architecture. Inspired by the Occupy Movement in 2011, Ken...

Fully Staged Opera wtih Projections

Pushed Aside: Reclaiming Gage, by Garbielle Vehar Celebrating NYS's centenary of women's right to vote and Matilda Joslyn Gage, Susan B. Anthony, and...

Monday, March 25

The Beauty of Sculpted Minerals

Beautiful mineral sculptures carved from jade, carnelian, malachite, lapis lazuli, tiger eye, and rock crystal are on loan from the Halls of Gems and...

Clifford Galley exhibition: Ken Landauer '87; Functure

Functure: functional sculpture constructed to puncture and suture the junctures of furniture and architecture. Inspired by the Occupy Movement in 2011, Ken...

Life Long Learning Program-The Advent of the Atomic Bomb

World War II made urgent the exploitation of atomic power for military purposes. Our first class will focus on the Manhattan Project and the scientific...

Tuesday, March 26

The Beauty of Sculpted Minerals

Beautiful mineral sculptures carved from jade, carnelian, malachite, lapis lazuli, tiger eye, and rock crystal are on loan from the Halls of Gems and...

Clifford Galley exhibition: Ken Landauer '87; Functure

Functure: functional sculpture constructed to puncture and suture the junctures of furniture and architecture. Inspired by the Occupy Movement in 2011, Ken...

Biology Seminar - Laura Hercher '83, Sarah Lawrence College

Please join us as Alumna Laura Hercher will give a talk on "The Future is Now: Should we be editing the human genome?"

Chemistry Seminar Series; CHEM/BIOCHEM Majors talk

Our majors in Chemistry & Biochemistry will give the talk; there will be 3 students for each seminar.

Physics & Astronomy Seminar: Spacetime Trigonometry: A Unified Approach to Understanding Relativity

Rob Salgado, Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics, will speak. Einstein’s Relativity (1905 and 1915) revolutionized our notions of space and of time, and...

Slam Poetry workshop featuring Kit Yan

Before the showing of Queer Heartache at 5:00 p.m. in the Edge Cafe, please join us for a slam poetry writing workshop brown bag hosted by Kit Yan....

Arts and Humanities Colloquium: "Waste and Well-being in Postwar Japan"

Eiko Maruko Siniawer, Professor of History, Williams College. "Waste and Well-being in Postwar Japan." Refreshments available 4:00-4:15 PM. Lecture begins at...

Alternative Cinema: 1999

(Samara Chadwick, 2017) Samara Chadwick in person! Sixteen years after a wave of teen suicides traumatized a small New Brunswick community, former...

Wolk Lecture: Immunopharmacotherapy for the Treatment of Substance Abuse Disorders

Prof. Kim Janda, Department of Chemistry and Immunology, Scripps Research Institute, will speak. Substance use disorders are a global public health concern...

Wednesday, March 27

History Coffee Break

Join the History Department for coffee and Flour & Salt bagels!

The Beauty of Sculpted Minerals

Beautiful mineral sculptures carved from jade, carnelian, malachite, lapis lazuli, tiger eye, and rock crystal are on loan from the Halls of Gems and...

Clifford Galley exhibition: Ken Landauer '87; Functure

Functure: functional sculpture constructed to puncture and suture the junctures of furniture and architecture. Inspired by the Occupy Movement in 2011, Ken...

Museum Conversations

Staff at the Longyear Museum of Anthropology and the Picker Art Gallery will lead open discussions on several current topics of conversation in the museum...

Life Long Learning Program-The Advent of the Atomic Bomb

World War II made urgent the exploitation of atomic power for military purposes. Our first class will focus on the Manhattan Project and the scientific...

After Death: The Gendered Dynamics of Work in Bangladesh, lecture by Lamia Karim, Prof. of Anthropology at the University of Oregon.

Prof. Karim's research interests are in women, globalization, development, the Neoliberal state, religious nationalism, human rights, and social...

Art & Art History Lecture: Daniel Libeskind

*Note locationPolish-American architect Daniel Libeskind is an international figure in architecture and urban design. His practice is involved in designing...

Thursday, March 28

The Beauty of Sculpted Minerals

Beautiful mineral sculptures carved from jade, carnelian, malachite, lapis lazuli, tiger eye, and rock crystal are on loan from the Halls of Gems and...

Clifford Galley exhibition: Ken Landauer '87; Functure

Functure: functional sculpture constructed to puncture and suture the junctures of furniture and architecture. Inspired by the Occupy Movement in 2011, Ken...

ALST Open House

Stop by to learn more about declaring an ALST major or minor, course offerings for the fall, and to meet ALST faculty! Lunch will be provided.

Tales From Fieldwork

Join Anthropology and Sociology students and faculty panelists as they discuss their summer fieldwork experiences. Fieldwork is at the heart of all...

Middle Eastern Reception & Information Session

We welcome all students interested in learning more about courses within the Program of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (MIST). Meet faculty, enjoy lunch,...

Philosophy Colloquium: "Kant on Imagination as the Faculty of Presentation"

Samanta Matherne is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy from Harvard University. Please join the Philosophy Department as we listen to the talk "Kant on...

Art & Art History Lecture: Annual Eric J. Ryan; Chloe Bass, "This Is A Film"

This Is A Film (1.7) explores what it means to turn footage into language. Using clips of family home movies found in various online archives, Chloë Bass...

Friday, March 29

The Beauty of Sculpted Minerals

Beautiful mineral sculptures carved from jade, carnelian, malachite, lapis lazuli, tiger eye, and rock crystal are on loan from the Halls of Gems and...

Grafters X Change: Branches and Networks

Grafters X Change: is an interdisciplinary event that brings together a range of artists, ecologists, fruit tree enthusiasts, and technologists from the New...

Clifford Galley exhibition: Ken Landauer '87; Functure

Functure: functional sculpture constructed to puncture and suture the junctures of furniture and architecture. Inspired by the Occupy Movement in 2011, Ken...

NASC Colloquium: Optimizing Well-being Through Close Relationships

Prof. Cheryl Carmichael, Department of Psychology, Brooklyn College, will speak. High quality close relationships are crucial to health and happiness. A...

Friday Night Film Series: FREE SOLO

(dir. Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin, 2018, 100 min) Executive Producer, Matt Renner ('01), in person! Produced by the National Geographic, FREE...

Saturday, March 30

Grafters X Change: Branches and Networks

Grafters X Change: Branches and Networks will gather eco-artists, ecologists, fruit tree enthusiasts, and technologists throughout Central New York to share...

Clifford Galley exhibition: Ken Landauer '87; Functure

Functure: functional sculpture constructed to puncture and suture the junctures of furniture and architecture. Inspired by the Occupy Movement in 2011, Ken...

March 24 - 30, 2019