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March Staff Picks: (Her) Stories: Women’s Memoirs
(Her) Stories: Women’s Memoirs celebrates Women’s History month by showcasing women and girls’ memoirs or “personal histories.” Some of the works included in the collection are from new storytellers/ wri…
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Live Music: Julianne Cary, Wednesday, 3/27, 5-6pm
Julianne Cary is an Upstate New York based singer-songwriter. Due to her powerful ye…
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Panel Talk: Narratives + Perspectives: Reclaiming [^OUR] Public Art!, Tuesday, 3/26, 6:30-8:30pm
In our current times, we need to acknowledge erasures and call for more inclusivity in how we commemorate our communities. Statues removed, buildings renamed, famous names recast as ignominious––these recent actions h…
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Book Talk: Teaching Teachers, with James W. Fraser and Lauren Lefty, Tuesday, 3/26, 5:15-7pm
Title: Teaching Teachers: Changing Paths and Enduring DebatesPlease join us for a discussion with authors James W. Fraser and Lauren Lefty of their recent book,
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Workshop: Empower Hour: Conference Submission & Presentations: Public Speaking Engagements Part II, Tuesday, 3/26, 3-4pm
Have your conference presentation ideas drafted (any edited version is welcome) and practice a 30-second elevator speech. You will also get feedback into how to deliver a 5-10 minute talk about your research interests…
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Workshop: Academic Career Development Program: Making Your Work Public, Monday, 3/25, 4-6pm
This workshop is an offering by the Academic Career Development Program, co-sponsored by the Office of Career Education and Professional Development and the Gottesman Libraries. In this session …
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Workshop: What's Fair? The ABC's of Copyright, Thursday, 3/7, 3-4pm
Join us for an informative workshop on copyright law and how it applies to education. We will discuss its meaning and importance; look at resources that highlight the basic do's and …
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Book Talk In the Shadow of Authoritarianism, with Thomas Fallace, Thursday, 3/7, 1-2pm
Title: In the Shadow of Authoritarianism: American Education in the Twentieth CenturyPlease join Dr. Thomas Fallace, Professor of Education at William Paterson University, for a discussion o…
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Live Music: Eliana Satterlee and Nico Lässig, Wednesday, 3/6, 5-6pm
Eliana Satterlee and Nico Lässig recently started as a duet playing both covers and original music. Their music style includes alternative, folk, and pop rock. Eliana has been playing for over 10 years and currently i…
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Guest Talk: Supporting the Development of Teachers in Schools, with Cornelius Minor, Tuesday, 3/5, 5-7pm
Title: Supporting the Development of Teachers in Schools: Racial Justice as an ImperativeWe know the research. Girls are underrepresented in science and technology. Children of color continu…
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