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Mar 12, 2020 Farrah Bradley

(Cancelled) Introduction to Cultural Criminology

This event has been postponed or cancelled and attendees should contact the event organizer for more details. Dr. Jeff Ferrell, from Texas Christian University, is coming to explain what Cultural Criminology is. For a quick reference, it is defined as, "a distinct theoretical, methodological,...

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Mar 12, 2020 Farrah Bradley

(Cancelled) Drift: Illicit Mobility and Uncertain Knowledge

This event has been postponed or cancelled and attendees should contact the event organizer for more details. In his book, Dr. Jeff Ferrell "shows how dislocation and disorientation can become phenomena in their own right". Examining the history of drifting, he situates contemporary drift within...

Grey Towers Castle, spring flowers in the foreground

Mar 10, 2020 Katlyn Davies

(Cancelled) Community Tours of Grey Towers Castle

This event has been postponed or cancelled and attendees should contact the event organizer for more details. Arcadia University invites you on a tour of its National Historic Landmark, Grey Towers Castle. Built in 1898, the castle has become a dominant fixture of the Glenside community. Join...

Grey Towers Castle, spring flowers in the foreground

Mar 10, 2020 Katlyn Davies

Community Tours of Grey Towers Castle

Arcadia University invites you on a tour of its National Historic Landmark, Grey Towers Castle. Built in 1898, the castle has become a dominant fixture of the Glenside community. Join tour guide, Katlyn Whitehead to learn the history of the castle. Katlyn, a 2014 alumnae, currently serves as the...

Grey Towers Castle, spring flowers in the foreground

Mar 6, 2020 Katlyn Davies

Community Tours of Grey Towers Castle

Arcadia University invites you on a tour of its National Historic Landmark, Grey Towers Castle. Built in 1898, the castle has become a dominant fixture of the Glenside community. Join tour guide, Katlyn Whitehead to learn the history of the castle. Katlyn, a 2014 alumnae, currently serves as the...

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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 19, 2020 May Their Aye

LGBTQ Ally Training

Join Hillary Blecker for LGBTQ+ Ally Training for Spring 2020. Choose one session to attentd, and RSVP. Hillary received her Master of Public Health in Community Practice from the University of Washington and completed a Graduate Certificate in Diversity Leadership at Temple University. Her...

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Feb 19, 2020 May Their Aye

Arcadia's First Women

Join the Office of Institutional Diversity in this networking reception in recognition of March Women's History Month. Followed by featured panelist of Arcadia's women in higher education, you'll not want to miss it this year.   Featured Panelist:  Mrs. Paayal Nair,...

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Feb 18, 2020 Lindsay McGann

GALILEO-W: Conference 2020: Collaboration Among Change-makers; How to Tackle Issues Across Disciplines

This event is free and open to the public. Register for a half day or full day. About this Event The Office of Graduate Studies in conjunction with the Phi Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Lambda (AEL) is proud to present: GALILEO-W: Graduate Students of Arcadia Leading an Interdisciplinary Lens...

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Feb 5, 2020 May Their Aye

Annual ALANA (African American, Latino, Asian, Native American) & Allies community Dinner

Due to the ever-changing situation surrouding COVID-19, this event will now be held online. Please join our virtual zoom meeting!  Please RSVP below so you can receive an email invite which will be necessary in able to participate. Let's talk soon! RSVP HERE...

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Jan 31, 2020 May Their Aye

17th Annual ALANA (African American, Latino, Asian, Native American) and International Student Recognition Ceremony

This event has been postponed or cancelled and attendees should contact the event organizer for more details. Members of Arcadia University are invited to attend the 17th Annual ALANA (African American, Latino, Asian, Native American) and International Student Recognition Ceremony. ...

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Jan 29, 2020 Mary Alice DiFilippo

(Cancelled) Surviving Grad School

This event has been postponed or cancelled and attendees should contact the event organizer for more details. Surviving Grad School is a workshop series.  Workshop topics include managing stress, perfectionism, financial concerns, academic pressure, relationships, and self-compassion....