Archive for April 11th, 2013

Students working on a service learning project for Dr. Cecilia Zapata’s HUEC 294:  Special Topics Issues in Womens Health class are having an event that will include live animal interactions with animals from a local shelter.  The event will take place on Friday, April 19th from Noon to 3PM in the Quad.  The project is [...]

Thursday, April 11th, 2013 at 13:02 | Comments Off
Categories: Events

Brett Heindl (Political Science) presented two papers, “The Veil as a Window: Tensions in International Human Rights Protections” and “Government Regulation of Religious Minorities” at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association in San Francisco between April 2nd and 5th, 2013. The papers explore the expansion and contraction of religious minority groups’ religious freedoms [...]

Thursday, April 11th, 2013 at 12:47 | Comments Off

On Monday, April 15th the Print Shop will eliminate the “Email of Approver” field on its online Job Ticket form. This is a small change, but getting rid of that field will speed up Print Shop production. While the vast majority of college units do not require an “approver” for print jobs, those that do will need [...]

Thursday, April 11th, 2013 at 09:18 | Comments Off

Timothy Newton, Associate Professor of Music, participated in a performance of Herbert Howells’ Stabat Mater at King’s College (Cambridge University) Easter Week Festival as one of 25 professional choristers singing with London’s Philharmonia Chorus and the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Stephen Cleobury. The performance was only the second recording of Howells’ sprawling, final choral [...]

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Jonathan Sadow, English, presented a paper entitled “The Puppet Show Conundrum: Haywood and the ‘Fittest Entertainment for the Present Age’” at the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies’ annual conference in Cleveland, Ohio on April 4, 2013.  This talk discussed the ways that popular entertainment like puppet shows and joke books held a mirror up to 1740s [...]

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