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Meadiaville Listening Project Virtual Listening Party: 12/1

Posted on November 23, 2020 | Filed under Events

In partnership with the Crawford Profiles of Recovery project, the students of COMM 376: Media Ethnography present Season 5 of The Meadiaville Listening Project: Gears of Recovery: Rethinking Addiction and Building Community in Tool City. This series of podcasts and multimedia material features the voices of Meadville’s recovery community and demonstrates how the bonds of community are a critical element in the battle against addiction and substance use disorder. Join us for the season debut at a Virtual Listening Party on Zoom at 5 p.m. Tuesday, December 1. We’ll sample the podcasts, give you a tour of the website, and talk about the process of developing the project. Please RSVP at this link and we will send you the Zoom login information.

Present Your Work at the NCUR 2021 Conference

Posted on October 13, 2020 | Filed under Events

The URSCA Office encourages students who have completed or are completing research, scholarship or creative activities to consider presenting their work at NCUR 2021 @ Home, the virtual undergraduate conference sponsored by the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR). Students in any discipline can present at NCUR; 100s of students across the arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences present their work at NCUR each year. This year, because the conference is virtual, the URSCA Office is able to sponsor up to 20 students who would like to present their work. You can find information about the conference and submission instructions at the NCUR website here. Please complete this quick Google Survey if you are interested in submitting so that the URSCA Office can track the number of students interested in submitting. The early abstract deadline is November 1 and the regular abstract deadline is December 1. Professor Aimee Knupsky, Director of URSCA, is available to answer questions from students who would like to participate.