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“Culture and Conversation: An Eco-Psycho-Sociopolitical Case Study of a Convergence between Birds and Blackness”

Are you interested in art, biology, ecology, literature, nature, ornithology, photography, wildlife and how all of those interests intersect? If so, join us!

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“Embedding Civic Engagement in the Curriculum”

Faculty often are called upon to embed civic engagement into student learning. This workshop provides a brief overview of best practices for civic and political engagement pedagogy before moving on to concrete examples of how to implement these initiatives and on a shoestring budget. Lunch workshop for interested faculty. Feb. 1, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day Speaker Symone D. Sanders

Sponsored by Office of Multicultural Affairs; Office of Equity and Inclusion, and the Department of Communication. Sanders is a champion for women, a strategist, communications consultant, CNN Political Commentator and was a Spring 2018 Resident Fellow at Harvard University’s Institute of Politics at the Kennedy School of Government.

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Eighth Annual Dr. Richard Gruetzemacher Constitution Day Lecture focuses on George Washington

The lecture explores Washington’s accomplishments, how he defeated the British Empire, presided over the Constitutional Convention, led an infant nation and what we can learn from him today.

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Ramona Brant speaks at UTC

Brant was granted clemency by President Barack Obama after serving 21 years in prison for a crime committed by the father of her children.

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