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Sep 13, 2021 Lisa Stephens

Jazz Under the Stars

Join the talents of our music department faculty for another  Jazz Under the Stars performance at Easton Pond (Grand Hall of Grey Towers Castle if weather prohibits an outdoor event)  The concert will run 1 hour and all are invited! Performances by the Arcadia University Music...

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Sep 13, 2021 Lisa Stephens

Common Read Event: Meet Author Mira Jacob

This year’s Common Read is Mira Jacob’s Good Talk, which explores how our conversations can advance or inhibit equity, diversity, and social justice. You’ll discuss Good Talk with your First-Year Seminar and introductory English class, and have the opportunity to meet (and get your book signed by)...

Sep 1, 2021 Ashley Knueppel

Study Abroad Fair

Join us on the Haber Green to learn about study abroad opportunities and see which program might be best for you! There will be food, fun, and games so make sure to stop by and check out all of the amazing places you can travel to during your time at Arcadia.  Semester Summer...

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Jul 21, 2021 Lisa Stephens

Prelude to the First Fridays in the Castle

Arcadia University is pleased to offer a virtual concert as we gear up to bring back our First Fridays in the Castle this fall.  We look forward to seeing you in person soon!  If you would like to receive information about future concerts via email, please complete this form. Click...

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Aug 21, 2020 Rosemarie Kraynak

Doctoral Dissertation Defense: Rian Brown-Beasley

The School of Education is proud to announce the Doctoral Dissertation of Rian Brown-Beasley.  A Zoom meeting has been scheduled.  If you are interested in attending, please contact the School of Education for the Zoom meeting link. Title of the Doctoral Dissertation: "The Impact of...

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Feb 26, 2020 Farrah Bradley

HRL Works in Progress: "Social Survival, Philosophy, and Living Well

Come learn what faculty are researching in the Humanities Research Lab's Works in Progress! Students welcome! This year's first speaker will be Dr. Ian Sullivan, Assistant Professor of Philosophy. Ian specializes in feminist, queer, and cross-cultural philosophy. Through critical and multicultural...

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Feb 18, 2020 Lindsay McGann

GALILEO-W: Conference 2020: Collaboration Among Change-makers

On April 17, the virtual GALILEO-W Conference Platform will launch, which will house video collections of the work submitted to us by our scheduled poster presenters, workshop session leaders, community organizations, and professional panels. Find more information here on the presenters and panels...

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Mar 6, 2019 James Martin

SJW19: Zine Workshop from Here & Now Zines

In conjunction with Social Justice Week 2019, join Philly-based anti-authoritarian zine distro Here & Now Zines to learn the radical history of zines, the importance of free information, and how to make your own zine. Here and Now Zines is an anti-authoritarian radical zine distribution...

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Mar 6, 2019 James Martin

New IRB Compliance for Exempt Protocols and Consent (Session 2)

The Office of Sponsored Research and Programs (OSRP) and the Committee on the Protection of Research Subjects (COPRS) is hosting a training on the New Common Rule which was put into effect on January 21, 2019. This training will focus on the changes to the Exempt categories and how the consent form...

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Mar 5, 2019 James Martin

Navigating, Networking and Mentorship as LGBTQ Professional: A Conversation with Alum Jennifer Ng

Jennifer Ng graduated from Arcadia University in 2011 as a Business major and lacrosse player. She is currently a Vice President in the Institutional Equities Division at Morgan Stanley. Outside of her daily work functions, she also serves as the Co-Chair of Open Finance Women+ as well as the Co-...

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Mar 5, 2019 James Martin

SJW19: Prisoner Re-entry Simulation

As a part of Social Justice Week 2019, the Montgomery County Office of the Public Defender presents a Prisoner Re-entry Simulation in the University Commons Great Room. Collateral consequences for criminal convictions pose significant barriers to re-entry post-sentence in employment, education,...

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Mar 5, 2019 James Martin

Holi Hindu Festival of Colors

Inside Hinduism is hosting the second annual Holi Hindu Festival of Colors. Students are welcome to come out to Haber Green to learn about a different cultures celebration as well as enjoying great food and company.