February 19, 2019
All event times are Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise specified.
Deonte 'DJ' Singfield - Memphis Teacher Residency (MTR) Info Session: Malcolm X Institute 109 Horace Turner Classroom (1st Floor), 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Deonte 'DJ' Singfield - Memphis Teacher Residency (MTR) Info Session
Pre-Health Talk: Hays Science Hall 319 Classroom, 11:50AM - 1:00PM
Pre-Health Talk, Daniel Goodpaster, Director of Enrollment Management at Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine / Title: TBD
Math & Computer Science Colloquium: Goodrich Hall 104 Victor M. Powell Lecture Hall, 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Math & Computer Science Colloquium
LinkedIn Workshop: Baxter Hall 114 Classroom, 12:00PM - 1:00PM
This Career Services workshop will cover the ins and outs of LinkedIn. If you're interested in getting your profile off the ground and expanding your professional network, or learning about how you can utilized some of LinkedIn's advanced job/internship search features, this workshop is the place for you. Newcomers and seasoned LinkedIn veterans welcomed and encouraged to attend! Light lunch provided. RSVP on WabashWorks under 'Career Events.'
Faculty Meeting: Goodrich Hall Goodrich Room, 4:15PM - 5:30PM
Basketball - NCAC Quarterfinal Game: Allen Athletics and Recreation Center Chadwick Court, 7:00PM
NSLS Orientation/Callout: Hays Science Hall 003 Science Math Lab, 7:00PM - 8:00PM
Orientation for the National Society of Leadership and Success members.
David Shipler on Race Relations: Baxter Hall 101 Lovell Lecture Room, 8:00PM
Race Relations, Civil Liberties, Stereotypes, and “Encrypted Prejudices” in the US.
This presentation explores traditional stereotypes of blacks in the US as an informative landscape that helps explain some of the encrypted prejudices that still exist, some of which shaped images of Obama, influence some white police officers, and contribute to some of Trump’s stands and statements.
David Shipler, former Foreign Correspondent for the New York Times, visits Wabash during the week of February 18-22, 2019 as our Woodrow Wilson Fellow. Shipler worked for the NY Times from 1966 to 1988, reporting from New York, Saigon, Moscow, and Jerusalem before serving as chief diplomatic correspondent in Washington, DC. He shared a George Polk Award for his coverage of the 1982 war in Lebanon and was executive producer, writer, and narrator of two PBS documentaries on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, one of which won an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award for excellence in broadcast journalism. He is the author of seven books: Russia: Broken Idols, Solemn Dreams; Arab and Jew: Wounded Spirits in a Promised Land (which won a Pulitzer Prize); A Country of Strangers: Blacks and Whites in America; The Working Poor: Invisible in America; The Rights of the People: How Our Search for Safety Invades Our Liberties; Rights at Risk: The Limits of Liberty in Modern America; and most recently published, Freedom of Speech: Mightier Than the Sword. He has been a guest scholar at the Brookings Institution, a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a trustee of Dartmouth College, chair of the Pulitzer jury on general nonfiction, and a writer-in-residence at the University of Southern California. His recent essays appear at The Shipler Report.
AMC Classic Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive