Thursday, 31 Aug 2017

Lectures Program Event Being Planned
7:00 PM – Great Hall, Memorial Union - Speaker to be announced.

Tuesday, 19 Sep 2017

Help! You Need Somebody! - Sara Benincasa
6:00 PM – Sun Room, Memorial Union - Sara Benincasa is a comedian, mental health advocate and author of Agorafabulous! Dispatches from My Bedroom. The memoir is currently being adapted as a television series with Oscar winner Diablo Cody. With courage and hilarity, Benincasa shares her experience overcoming mental illness as a teenager and young adult, coping with panic attacks, and navigating the highs and lows of college life. Her eclectic background includes work as an Americorps teacher, janitor, legal assistant, bathtub talk show host, and citizen journalist for MTV News covering the 2008 presidential election. Mental Health Expo A resource fair with local mental health and substance abuse professionals will be held in the adjoining South Ballroom beginning at 4:30pm.

Monday, 25 Sep 2017

Lectures Program Event Being Planned
7:00 PM – Great Hall, Memorial Union - Speaker to be announced.

Thursday, 28 Sep 2017

Lectures Program Event Being Planned
7:00 PM – Great Hall, Memorial Union - Errington Lecture. Speaker to be announced.

Wednesday, 4 Oct 2017

Lectures Program Event Being Planned
7:00 PM – Sun Room, Memorial Union - George M. Beal Distinguished Lecture in Rural Sociology. Speaker to be announced.

Thursday, 5 Oct 2017

Lectures Program Event Being Planned
7:00 PM – Sun Room, Memorial Union - Speaker to be announced.

Lectures Program Event Being Planned
8:00 PM – Location to be announced - Speaker to be announced. Latino/a Heritage Month

Thursday, 12 Oct 2017

It's What I Do - Lynsey Addario
8:00 PM – Great Hall, Memorial Union - Lynsey Addario is an American photojournalist who has covered conflicts and humanitarian crises in Iraq, Darfur, South Sudan, Congo, and Libya, where she was one of four journalists held captive by the Libyan Army. Named one of the most influential photographers of the past 25 years, she received a Pulitzer Prize for her work documenting life under the Taliban in Afghanistan as well as a MacArthur Fellowship. Her recent work includes Syrian refugees, ISIS’s push into Iraq, and maternal mortality in Sierra Leone. Lynsey Addario’s New York Times bestselling memoir, It's What I Do, is being made into a major motion picture starring Jennifer Lawrence and directed by Steven Spielberg.

Thursday, 22 Feb 2018

Lectures Program Event Being Planned
7:00 PM – Sun Room, Memorial Union - Latino/a Studies Program speaker to be announced.