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Public Scholar of Museum and Learning Job Talks: Dr. Alicia Viera, February 18, 2019

We are pleased to announce one of three finalists for the Public Scholar of Museums and Learning, IUPUI Museum Studies Program: Dr. Alicia Viera.

 

 
Join us as Dr. Alicia Viera presents: "Developing Visitor-Centered Exhibitions with the Supported Interpretation Model" 

 

 

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How much does this event cost and can I attend?

This event is free and open to the public.

 What are my parking options for the event?

Please visit the following link for hourly rates, a visitor parking map, and garages on IUPUI's campus: https://parking.iupui.edu/pages/park/visitors/visitors.asp
*Note: Closest visitor parking garage to the Campus Center is Vermont St Parking Garage (XB).

 

Location: IUPUI Campus Center, CE 406

February 18, 2019 | 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM

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30th Annual Joseph T. Taylor Symposium, February 20, 2019

30th annual Joseph T. Taylor Symposium Examining issues of interest in urban America and among communities of color    

The 2019 Joseph Taylor Symposium presented by IU School of Liberal Arts Department of Communication Studies in conjunction with Spirit & Place will be a day-long event to mark the Symposium’s 30th year and IUPUI’s 50thanniversary. Save the date and plan to attend on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at the IUPUI Campus Center.

This year’s theme, “Communicating to Equalize Health at the Crossroads of America” centers on communication around health disparities in Indiana/Indianapolis as they relate to vulnerable populations.

The speakers will present the state of affairs of health care as it relates to vulnerable populations in the city and the role that communication does or could play within the various channels, organizations, agencies, and more.

The Joseph T. Taylor Symposium at IUPUI features panel discussions and talks by IUPUI, local, and national experts around a different theme. Joseph T. Taylor Excellence in Diversity Awards, honoring people and programs who have improved diversity at IUPUI are also presented. The symposium is open to the public.

 

Location: IUPUI Campus Center

February 20, 2019 | 08:00 AM to 02:00 PM

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Africana Studies presents "Catch a Fire!", February 20, 2019

Honoring the Black Arts

AN EVENING OF SPOKEN WORD POETRY AND DRUMMING

Babalawo Awodele Ifasina (Drums) and

Lasana Kazembe (Spoken Word)

 

The IUPUI Africana Studies Program invites one and all to a special evening of creative artistic expression.  JOIN US as we honor the Black Arts with an exciting presentation and performance featuring SPOKEN WORD POETRY & LIVE MUSIC.

Location: University Library, Lilly Auditorium

February 20, 2019 | 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM

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"Immigrant Issues in Germany and the U.S." Panel Discussion, February 21, 2019

Liberal Arts Talks- The Green Challenge Deepens: Environmentalism in the Age of Climate Change by John McCormick , February 27, 2019

Public Scholar of Museum and Learning Job Talks: Dr. Porchia Moore, February 27, 2019

Liberal Arts Talks: Public Art, Monuments, and Civic Life by Modupe Labode, February 28, 2019

Robert Sandy Economics Seminar: Kevin Thom, February 28, 2019

Public Scholar of Museum and Learning Job Talks: Dr. Kiersten Latham, March 4, 2019

Plant a Succulent, March 7, 2019

Secular Humanism Studies: Prof. Philip Kitcher presents "Religious Progress and Humanist Hope", March 7, 2019

The Rufus & Louise Reiberg Reading Series at IUPUI presents: International Women's Day Celebration, March 7, 2019

Liberal Arts Talks- Digging Deeper into the 19th Century Central Indiana: A Bioarchaeological Analysis of the Bethel Cemetery, March 21, 2019

Robert Sandy Economics Seminar: Dean Lillard, March 21, 2019

Opioids and Access with Dr. Krista Brucker, March 21, 2019

"Social Issues and the Civil Society" One-Day Workshop, March 22, 2019

Liberal Arts Talks: Gendered Uprising: Oil Politics and Environmental Justice in the Niger Delta of Nigeria by Obioma Nnaemeka, March 27, 2019

Robert Sandy Economics Seminar: Robert Rosenman, March 28, 2019

Robert Sandy Economics Seminar: Yaa Akosa Antwi, April 4, 2019

Tai Chi and Tea, April 4, 2019

IU Day, April 10, 2019

German-Jewish Dialogue Today Lecture, April 10, 2019

Liberal Arts Talks: Women Athletes, Violence, and Abuse by Pam Laucella, April 11, 2019

"Year of German-American Friendship" Closing Reception, April 17, 2019

Robert Sandy Economics Seminar: Rusty Tchernis, April 18, 2019

Celebration of Scholarship, April 20, 2019

IMP End of Year Celebration, April 24, 2019

Health, Wellness, and Engaged Congregations, May 8, 2019

Museum Studies Portfolio Night, May 9, 2019

IUPUI Commencement, May 11, 2019

The Humanities Intensive Teaching and Learning (HILT) Institute, June 3, 2019

The UWC is provided through the IUPUI School of Liberal Arts with support provided by University College and University Library. For more information about our programs, please see our promotional video, email the UWC, call 317-274-2049, visit the IUPUI UWC Facebook page or check out the UWC blog.