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ESS welcomes DOE/Bioenergy Technologies speaker Dr. Valerie Sarisky-Reed: 10/27

Posted on October 24, 2021 | Filed under Events

The Environmental Science and Sustainability Dept. welcomes Dr. Valerie Sarisky-Reed for a lunchtime lecture on Wednesday (10/27) from 12:45-1:45 PM in Carr Hall Room 239. Valerie heads up the Dept. of Energy Bioenergy Technologies Office and is planning to emphasize career paths and opportunities for women in her talk, “Advancing the Transition to a Clean U.S. Energy Economy.” Lunch will be provided!

Virtual Meeting for GHS majors, minors, and anyone interested in GHS courses: 10/26

Posted on October 24, 2021 | Filed under Events

Global Health Studies is hosting a virtual pre-registration meeting for all GHS majors, GHS minors, and students interested in global health courses. Join us for a virtual meeting on Tues., Oct. 26 at 7 pm to learn about the GHS curriculum for majors and minors, hear about courses offered for Spring 2022, and ask questions about opportunities in your future such as domestic and international internships (both virtual and in-person), research opportunities and other experiential learning opportunities (ELOs). Register here to join us and get meeting link.

Auditions for “Proof” – Monday, 10/25 and Tuesday, 10/26

Posted on October 21, 2021 | Filed under Events

Auditions for the Playshop Theatre’s “Proof” will be held 7:30-9:30 p.m. on Monday, October 25 and 6-8 pm. on Tuesday, October 26 in 107 Vukovich Center. There is nothing to prepare in advance; auditioners will be asked to read from the script. Love, reconciliation, and the beauty of mathematics collide in David Auburn’s touching Pulitzer and Tony-winning drama “Proof.” A brilliant play about family legacies, illness, and our potential to make peace with our past. The play features two men and two women characters; one of the women’s parts has been cast (Catherine). We encourage gender non-conforming performers to audition for (the) role(s) with which they most identify. The play will rehearse across January and February; production dates are February 24-27. Copies of the play are on reserve at Pelletier Library. For further information, please contact Mark Cosdon at mcosdon@allegheny.edu.

Jordanian Ambassador to the US will be giving a talk to Allegheny Students: 10/27

Posted on October 21, 2021 | Filed under Events

Ambassador Dina Kawar of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to the US will be giving a Zoom Talk to Allegheny students next Wednesday, October 27th from 12:40-1:30 in Quigley Hall. The title of the talk is “Jordan-US Relations, Flux of Refugees, and Water Scarcity in Jordan.” Ambassador Kawar will also be taking questions from students. Lunch will be provided. Please come to this exciting event that will not only focus on the MENA region but critical global issues! For any questions, please contact Sami Alkyam at salkyam@allegheny.edu

WGSS Gallery Night: 10/26

Posted on October 20, 2021 | Filed under Events

The Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) program is delighted to host an evening of conversation in the Allegheny Art Galleries. Please join us for appetizers and refreshments in the exhibition Prune After Bloom on Tuesday, October 26, 5:30-7:00 pm. Already involved with WGSS? Not involved but want to learn more? All employees and students are welcome! The Art Galleries are located on the first floor of Doane Hall of Art, adjacent to the Campus Center.

Faculty: Deadline for Leave and Funding Requests is 11/1

Posted on October 18, 2021 | Filed under Events

The Academic Support Committee (ASC) reminds faculty that the fall semester deadline for leave or funding applications is November 1st. All faculty planning a sabbatical or pre-tenure leave for the 2022-23 academic year must apply by this deadline. Please note that, effective Fall 2021, the ASC submission forms have changed. In particular, there are now separate application forms for leave requests, funding requests, and submission of letters of support; see the ASC webpage for links to the forms and additional details. Please contact ASC Chair, Dan Willey or Director of Faculty Development Rachel Weir with any questions.