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We believe it is important for anyone studying public policy to get out of the classroom and interact with policy professionals in a wide variety of setting. Given our proximity to Washington D.C. as well as the state capital of Richmond,
Big Apple and Tiny Olivine: A look into hydrogen diffusion from olivine
Please join us for a History Department Brown Bag, Professor Andrew Fisher will be giving a practice presentation entitled, ?The Greatest Powwow That Never Was: Pageantry and Politics in the Cleveland American Indian National Congress of 1930?.
Title: Dimension reduction based on the Hellinger integral
Malcolm Forbes, Bowling Green State University
"Reconstructing the evolution of song and color dimorphisms in the New World blackbirds"
Jianwei Qiu, Jefferson Lab, Title of Talk: Exploring the fundamental properties of matter with an Electron-Ion Collider
Get your snapping fingers ready! Come join nine students as they share personal stories of identity related to topics such as race, culture, sexuality, gender, and disability.
The Department of English is now having our annual book sale. All are welcome. We have a huge variety of books.
Spring schedule adjustment/registration for continuing students
Currently showing in our Andrews Gallery, One Off: Monotypes, Featuring work by Barbara Grossman, Frank Hobbs and Yvonne Petkus. The show is curated by Professor Brian Kreydatus.