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Levitt Center

Martin's Way Canopy #20, adjacent to Johnson Health & Wellness Center
Levitt Lunch Conversation with Assistant Professor of Sociology Alex Manning and Elihu Root Peace Fund Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Women's & Gender Studies Stina Soderling.  

Event will take place under the Canopy next to the Wellness Center. Events Barn will be the rain location.

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Virtual Hamilton
Scholars Strategy Network: "Student Policy Writing Workshop"   This workshop is for students who want to learn how to write compelling and jargon-free policy briefs. Participants move through each step of the drafting process and actively shape their idea into a first draft. The workshop includes practical information on how to distribute your brief for maximum impact. (Thursday, Sept. 30 from 4:15-5:45).    Zoom Registration Link:  Learn More

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Schooling in COVID-Times: How Parents Navigate Schooling Through a Global Pandemic

Join us for a Levitt Summer Research Presentation with Professor Mahala Stewart and student researchers Shania Kuo, Caroline Fruendel, Steven Campos, and Kaela Dunne.

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Join us for a Levitt Summer Fellowship Presentation: "The Value in Imperfect Endeavors: Exploring Postcapitalist and Prefigurative Practices at East Wind Intentional Community" with Oliva Chandler '23. 

This event will be hybrid so you can attend in person or virtually. Register to join virtually here.

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The Discourse of "Diversity and Inclusion" at Predominately White Institutions: An Ethnographic Exploration.

Join us for a Levitt Summer Research presentation with Professors Chenyu Wang and Chaise LaDousa and student researchers Alexis Jamaica '22, Salwa Sidahmed '23, Janna Perez '23, Michael Ghiorsi '23, Mahi Ghia '22, and Huarui (Cherry) Zhang '23.

The questions this research group will unpack are: How are students of various racial/cultural backgrounds represented in predominately White institutions' official media venues? How do th...

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