Neil L. Rudenstine Professor of the Study of Latin America, Harvard Divinity School
and Harvard FAS Department of Anthropology will give a lecture "An Indigenous American Pictorial Epic: Storytelling from the 16th Century Mexican Codex-Mapa de Cuauhtinchan (Place of the Eagle's Nest)" On Friday, April 6, 2012 at 7:00 in Hendricks Chapel. With performance by The Brazilian Ensemble at 6:30. Co-Sponsored by the Undergraduate Anthropology Club, the Religion Graduate Organization (funded by the GSO), and the Native American Studies Program.
Hello Grads, see below for some more GSO events, all of them available to you:
Friday, March 30th, 2012 from 8:30PM-1AM at the Inn Complete
EPIC and GSO Host Belated St. Patrick's Day Shenanigans!
All graduate students and friends are welcome!
There will be FREE GREEN BEER (while supplies last),free food, and
prizes (including a Kindle Touch)
The event is free, but we will be accepting donations to support
classrooms in need!
Here's a link to the event on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/321880597859605/
Mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual Life Sciences Symposium (5/1), hosted by the SU Biology Graduate Student Organization and Biology Department. Dr. Hanna Kokko, an evolutionary ecologist from Australian National University, will be delivering the Jack and Pat Bryan Distinguished Lecture at 10:30 am in the Lundgren Room (LSC106) of the Life Sciences Complex. A poster session and luncheon reception will directly follow in the Life Sciences Complex Atrium.
Graduates in all life science related fields are encouraged to participate in the poster session (e.g., Forensic Science, Biomedical Engineering, Environmental Science, Geology, and beyond). We currently have five SU, ESF and SUNY Upstate departments participating and would love to represent the diverse research done by graduates in even more departments. If you would like to present a poster, please complete the following form: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dDVpQ09HUDhYRDlyMnR1VGkzTmNvcHc6MQ. Due date for abstracts has been extended to April 20th. Please find attached a flyer announcing the event to forward or print and post.
If you have any questions, please contact Liz Droge-Young (BGSO President) email@example.com
The Sociology Graduate Student Assemblage
presents a Graduate Research Symposium:
New Urban Realities
Investigations from Local to Global Contexts
Thursday, March 29. 10:45 am-5:00pm. 220 Eggers Hall, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
The Sociology Graduate Student Assemblage (SGSA) presents a graduate student symposium on research that works to advance knowledge on contemporary urban realities. Featuring student panelists from a range of disciplines, this symposium works to enrich our understanding of the different issues within urban areas.
For the full program and presentation abstracts, click here:
http://www.maxwell.syr.edu/soc.aspx?id=77309422904 This event is co-sponsored by the Departments of Sociology, Geography and History and the Cultural Foundations of Education program, School of Education.