Ukrainian Grit and Hope Exhibition by Vitalii Nosbach

Ukrainian Grit & Hope: A Traveling Photo Exhibition at Purdue

A year into the Russian war against Ukraine, one of the most talented Ukrainian war photographers, Vitalii Nosach, chose to share some of his most memorable photographs with the Purdue community. His exhibition will be launched with a presentation and reception on Thursday, February 23 at 4:30 PM in the Purdue Memorial Union West Main Lounge (Across from the Amazon delivery hub).

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Writing Training for Graduate Students

The Purdue On-Campus Writing Lab (OWL) supports graduate writers through one-on-one consultations, graduate-specific programming, and online resources. Graduate-Specific Programming Introduction to Graduate Writing 4-Part Workshop The Introduction to Graduate Writing Workshop is meant to introduce graduate students in their first or second year to various aspects of scholarly writing to become successful scholarly writers in their field of study.

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African American Studies and Research Center Black History Month

African American Studies and Research Center Black History Month “Race, Space, and Place: Reflections on African Americans’ Negotiations of Presence and Belonging in Indiana”

On February 15th, 2022 at 3:00 the College of Liberal Arts and African American Studies and Research Center are hosting a Zoom Event. At this event there will be three speakers- Jennifer Sdunzik, Lisa Young, and Erik C.

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College of Liberal Arts Recognizes the Accomplishments of Faculty Development Center Awardees

The College of Liberal Arts recognizes the work accomplished by the last cohort of the Faculty Development Center Fellows. The faculty members working in the Humanistic Studies, Social Science, Creative Endeavors, and Instructional Excellence, have made significant contributions to the learning, discovery, and creative mission of our university.

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Dr. Sinéad Moynihan, Exeter University “More Famous for my Puddings than my Books”: Irish Women Writers in U.S. Magazines at Mid-Century

The Woodman lecture is the English Department’s endowed critical literary studies series, named in memory of Leonora Woodman, professor in the English department from 1976-1991.


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