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Community Reading Speaker Series

Fall 2019 events:

Event Date Location

The Passion Becomes a Calling*

Presented by Dr. Skye Paine, Associate Professor of French

9/18/19

7 pm

McCue Auditorium, Liberal Arts Building

Leaving It At The Gate: Resiliently pursuing your career goals*

Presented by Brittany Schnautz Bonanno

9/25/19

7 pm

McCue Auditorium, Liberal Arts Building

Deliberative Dialogue - A House Divided

Facilitated by the Office of Community Development

9/30/19

3:35-4:50 pm

Seymour Union, Room 119

Deliberative Dialogue - A House Divided

Facilitated by the Office of Community Development

10/1/19

3:30-4:45 pm

Seymour Union, Room 119

The Latina Immigrant Experience*

Presented by Dr. Jennifer Wood, Assistant Professor of Social Work

10/3/19

7 pm

McCue Auditorium, Liberal Arts Building

Deliberative Dialogue - Coming to America

Facilitated by the Office of Community Development

 10/9/19

7 pm

Seymour Union Ballroom

Community Reading Author Lecture

Francisco CantĂș - The Line Becomes a River

Presented in collaboration with the College's Annual Diversity Conference

10/17/19

7 pm

SERC Field House

Moral Injury: War's Invisible Scars*

Facilitated by LTC Cassandra Crosby

10/22/19

7 pm

McCue Auditorium, Liberal Arts Building
Guided Reflection*

Discussion led by Department of History Graduate Students

 10/23/19
7pm
McCue Auditorium, Liberal Arts Building
Underrepresented Women in Leadership*

Presented by Dr. Sandra Vazquez, Diversity Recruitment and Retention Specialist

11/6/19
7 pm

McCue Auditorium, Liberal Arts Building

From Worrier to Warrior

Presented by Dr. Tami Sullivan

11/18/19
5pm

McCue Auditorium, Liberal Arts Building

*Attendance at these events will be taken with a QR code. Please make sure you have access to a QR scanner on your phone.

Last Updated 10/16/19

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