Time

Event

Thursday, February 21
11:30am - 1pm Workshop: Bringing Critical University Studies to the small liberal arts context
Carnegie Hall 204
12pm - 1pm Economics Research Seminar: College Matching Mechanisms and Matching Quality
Carnegie Hall 304
4:40pm - 6:10pm Henry West Philosophy Colloquium: Michael Fuerstein
Harmon Room, DeWitt Wallace Library
Friday, February 22
11:30am - 1pm Workshop: Interpretive Research Outside the Institution: grassroots research and collaborative study.
Carnegie Hall 204
12pm - 1pm Talking About Teaching
suite 309, DeWitt Wallace Library
Monday, February 25
12pm - 1pm Conversations About Our Scholarly Lives
suite 309, DeWitt Wallace Library
12pm - 1pm Dr. Valerie Young's Lunch Session - Overcoming Imposter Syndrome to Thrive at Macalester
Weyerhaeuser Memorial Chapel
4:45pm - 6:15pm Dr. Valerie Young - Why Capable People Suffer from the Imposter Syndrome and How You Can Thrive in Spite of It
Hill Ballroom, Kagin Commons
Tuesday, February 26
7pm - 8:30pm Iran Past and Present: A Literary and Artistic Continuum of Persia and Iran
Harmon Room, DeWitt Wallace Library
Thursday, February 28
12pm - 1pm EnviroThursday - "Environmental Justice:  From Grassroots to Grass Tops"
Olin-Rice Science Center 250
Friday, March 1
12pm - 1pm Talking About Teaching
suite 309, DeWitt Wallace Library
Monday, March 4
12pm - 1pm Conversations About Our Scholarly Lives
suite 309, DeWitt Wallace Library
Tuesday, March 5
11:45am - 1pm Humanities Faculty Colloquium
Harmon Room, DeWitt Wallace Library
Thursday, March 7
6:30pm - 8:30pm Big Questions Event, DC: How do race and class intersect with the #metoo movement?
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Friday, March 8
12pm - 1pm Talking About Teaching
suite 309, DeWitt Wallace Library
Saturday, March 9
10am - 4pm Symposium on "Shifting Borders"
Boardroom, Weyerhaeuser Hall
Monday, March 11
12pm - 1pm Conversations About Our Scholarly Lives
suite 309, DeWitt Wallace Library
Thursday, April 4
4:45pm - 6pm McCurdy Distinguished Anthropology Lecture "Why Immigration Reform is So Difficult"
John B. Davis Lecture Hall, Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center
Tuesday, April 30
11:45am - 1pm Humanities Faculty Colloquium
Harmon Room, DeWitt Wallace Library
Saturday, May 4
8pm - 10pm Chanter Literary and Arts Magazine Release Party
Boardroom, Weyerhaeuser Hall