MSU NSF-Advance Seminar on Gender Equity Utilizing an intersectional approach in gender equity studies of academic professions: Strengths and challenges Dr. Abby Templer Rodrigues Department of Sociology and Anthropology, MSU March 2nd, 3:45-4:45 p.m. Cheek Hall 301 Intersectionality is a frame, or a lens, through which the interactions of multiple forms of … [Read more...] about EVENT: Seminar on Gender Equity
Shattering the Silence: Understanding accent perception and its impact in educational settings with Dr. Jason Jolley Tuesday, March 3 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Hill Hall Room 0002 Dr. Jason Jolley is head of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages at Missouri State University. His teaching and research interests include Latin American Literature, translation, … [Read more...] about EVENT: Shattering the Silence: Understanding accent perception and its impact in educational settings
Stalking Awareness Video discussion on the portrayal of staking in romance films Friday, 31st January Lecture Hall ICE 123 (at OTC) 1:30pm-2:30pm and 2:30pm-3:30pm … [Read more...] about Event: Stalking Awareness
Stalking Awareness & Prevention Conference January 30th 9:00a-12:00pm Glass 108 Stalking for Love video + discussion - Q+A with campus experts - survivor story share - Green Dot booster session For more information email Kunti at KuntiBentley@missouristate.edu … [Read more...] about EVENT: Stalking awareness and prevention conference
Tough Talks Are we global yet? It is a familiar statement that we are a global society. We recognize how we are all impacted by worldwide events, but have we really given attention to what it really means. Moreover, what does this mean for us as part of the Bear community? Is it more than a headline or a documentary or even something we have not come to fully comprehend? … [Read more...] about Tough Talks: Are we global yet?