Assistant Professor Dania Francis (economics) will speak about her recent research in a talk titled “Why Don’t More Black Students Take AP Courses? Examining Racialized Tracking, Social Isolation and the ‘Acting White’ Hypothesis.”
Join us to hear about graduate school options for political science and legal studies majors.
An ISSR short course by Matt Denny to introduce more advanced programming techniques for efficiently managing and cleaning complex data at scale.
Repatriation film screening and discussion event.
Come meet with non-profit and other socially conscious organizations to discuss full time job opportunities, summer job opportunities, and also internships. Companies will include local and nation-wide organizations as well as summer camps.
Part of the Distinguished Lecture Series on Social Thought and Political Economy. H. Patricia Hynes, director of the Traprock Center for Peace and Justice in western Massachusetts will present photographs from her visit and discuss our responsibility for addressing this on-going legacy of the “American War” in Vietnam.
DAVID LEWKOWICZ, PH.D., Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Bouvé College of Health Sciences, Northeastern University will discuss two main lines of research that shed light on when and how this ability develops: (a) the development of sequence learning, and (b) the development of multisensory selective attention.
Montenegro-Menezes is an assistant professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning at UMass Amherst and co-directs the graduate certificate program in Cultural Landscape Management.
Regional Inequality: Defining & Measuring Economic Development, presented by Maryann Feldman, Heninger Distinguished Professor in the Department of Public Policy at the University of North Carolina and winner of the 2013 Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research, presented by the Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum and the Research Institute of Industrial Economics.
This symposium, Linguistic Inequality: Language and Power in the Americas, includes Jennifer Leeman (Associate Professor of Spanish Linguistics, George Mason University); Nelson Flores (Assistant Professor of Educational Linguistics, University of Pennsylvania); and José Del Valle (Professor of Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Languages, City University of New York).