French-language Education and Literature in Louisiana: Writing and Teaching as a Linguistic Minority
Tuesday, April 12
3:30pm - 5pm
Washington Hall, Room 201
Internationally acclaimed francophone poet and educator from Louisiana, Kirby Jambon speaks on his experience as a writer and teacher in a French immersion school. Of particular interest to those in modern languages, education, and literature. In English.
    Artist Joe Bova lecture: "Smack Dab Right"
    Tuesday, April 12
    Andrews Hall, Room 101
    "Smack Dab Right" A lecture/image presentation of Joe Bova's work throughout his 45 year career in ceramics, teaching, and administration.
      CANCELLED: Lecture by Prof. Anthony Grafton on "The Winthrop Family and Their Books"
      Tuesday, April 12
      5pm - 6pm
      Tucker Hall, Tucker Theatre
      Due to the speaker's illness, we have had to cancel the lecture by renowned Renaissance Historian Prof. Anthony Grafton on an early American topic, "The Winthrop Family and Their Books."
        Teaching Outside Higher Ed with an Arts & Sciences Graduate Degree
        Tuesday, April 12
        6pm - 7:30pm
        Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room
        Professional development workshop for all Arts & Sciences graduate students interested in careers in education.
          HOPE and VOX Present: "The Hunting Ground" + Advocate Discussion
          Tuesday, April 12
          7pm - 9:30pm
          Tucker Hall, 127A - Theatre
          Join HOPE and VOX: Voices for Planned Parenthood on Tuesday, April 12 at 7pm in Tucker Theatre for a viewing of "The Hunting Ground" and a discussion by and for advocates of sexual assault prevention! Join us as we create a community of survivor support.

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            Inaugural Newton-Blanchard Prize for Creative Writing
            Friday, April 1 - Sunday, May 1
            No specific location.
            The Newton-Blanchard Prize aims to recognize excellence in both fiction and non-fiction writing. Two prizes of $2500 each will be awarded in Spring 2016 to original short fiction and original nonfiction.
            COLL Innovation Grants for Faculty: Open Proposals
            Monday, February 22 - Friday, April 29
            Location not specified
            Innovation Grants in support of COLL curriculum available now
            Taiji Workshop
            Tuesday, February 2 - Tuesday, April 12
            Sadler Center, Chesapeake B
            WMCI community-favorite Beginner Yang Style Taiji Workshop. Learn the ancient Chinese technique meant for exercise and meditation.