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"Nobody Can Be That Pretty: How Girls Negotiated Girl Power Cartoons."
Dr. Rebecca Hains, Salem State University
Dr. Hains, a gender and childhood studies scholar whose work focuses on girlhood and pop culture, will speak about her research on childhood and culture.
Tuesday, April 2
12:00 - 1:00 PM
Room 225, Furcolo Hall
Bring your lunch!
Questions? Contact Dr. Galman at firstname.lastname@example.org
October 27, 2012 - The portrait of Dwight W. Allen was unveiled during UMass Amherst Homecoming 2012.
The portrait was commissioned by Dr. Timothy Taylor (Ed.D. 2004) as a gift to the School of Education and to honor the legacy of his mentor, the school's former Dean.
During UMass Amherst Homecoming 2012,
you are invited to attend the unveling of a portrait of Dwight W. Allen commissioned by Dr. Timothy Taylor (Ed.D. 2004) as a gift to the School of Education and to honor the legacy of his mentor, the school's former Dean.
Saturday, October 27, 2012
A reception with the former Dean Allen will follow the unveiling.
RSVP by Oct. 17, 2012
413-545-0897 or email@example.com. edu
Pack your brown bag lunch and join us in 22A Furcolo Hall from 11:15- 12:15 on the dates below.
Cookies will be provided by faculty in the Children, Families and Schools concentration (and those who attended last year know that these are amazingly good cookies...)
27 September: Darrell Earnest
11 October: Barbara Krauthamer
25 October: Cara Crandall (graduate student in LLC!)
Counselors, school nurses and psychologists, educators and graduate students, daycare and social service providers, clergy and anyone who works with or is interested in helping children.
Please join us at…
Military Child Education Coalition’s
Living in the New Normal (LINN) Institute:
Helping Children Thrive in Good and Challenging Times
NOV. 14-15, 2012
Registration and Breakfast: 8:00 am—8:30 am
Institute Training: 8:30 am—4:00 pm including a Working Lunch
On November 9 - 10, 2012, the psychometric community will gather to honor one of its most influential, hard-working, and prolific members: Professor Ronald K. Hambleton. This conference will celebrate Professor Hambleton's contributions by gathering a community of his peers to discuss, reflect on, and salute his work over the years.
We look forward to seeing you at the Ronference!