A solo exhibition of work by Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, the internationally acclaimed French artist whose innovative work merges the realms of the musical and the visual.
October 4, 2012—December 2, 2012, Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri 11:00 am-4:30 pm October 6, 2012—December 2, 2012, weekends 2:00 pm-5:00 pm This event does NOT occur on: October 8, 2012—October 8, 2012, November 12, 2012—November 12, 2012, November 22, 2012—November 25, 2012
University Museum of Contemporary Art, Main Gallery
Born out of unthinkable violence, the Greensboro Justice Fund was established to educate the public about discrimination and discriminatory organizations.
October 31, 2012—January 11, 2013 This event does NOT occur on: November 22, 2012—November 22, 2012, December 16, 2012—December 16, 2012, December 22, 2012—December 23, 2012, December 28, 2012—January 1, 2013, January 6, 2013—January 6, 2013, December 25, 2012—December 25, 2012
Three distinguished panelists—all university and college teaching award winners, will each present a distinct approach to the integration of their research and teaching, spanning the instruction of graduate and undergraduate students, both inside and outside of the classroom.
Professor Judith Duncan draws on postmodern childhood studies and socio-cultural theories to critique current cultural assumptions underlying early childhood education, support for families, and early childhood education pedagogy.
Dr. Cornelina I. Bargmann will give the 7th Annual Sinauer Associates Lectuer. Her research focuses on how the environment, experience and the biology of the brain interact to shape an animal's behavior. Cornelia I.
November 28, 2012 4:00 pm
Engineering Lab (E-Lab) II , Engineering II Auditorium (Rm 119)
Mark Anthony Neal is Professor of Black Popular Culture in the Department of African and African-American Studies at Duke University. He has written and lectured extensively on Black popular culture and music,
Guy McPherson, professor emeritus of natural resources and the environment at the University of Arizona, highlighst the importance of living sustainably, a necessity driven by the ongoing collapse of the environment, industrial economy, and by the arriving shortages of cheap oil.
Cape Breton fiddler Natalie MacMaster takes us on a musical sleigh ride through Nova Scotia at Christmastime with a spirited performance of traditional and contemporary Celtic melodies and Christmas carols.