The Institutional Strategies and Assessment Committee (ISAC) invites the campus to share your thoughts regarding the University's strategic map.
Dean Eaton Hall
Lecture: Grappling with the Past: Indigenous Sport and Colonial Legacies in Kenya
Book Publication Celebration
Patti Frazer Lock and Robin Lock
Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics
Bootstraps and Randomizations: The Easy Road to Doing and Understanding Statistical Inference
Grappling with the Past: Indigenous Sport and Colonial Legacies in Kenya
A faculty development session on how to be an ally for LGBTQ students with two nationally renowned activists in the area of LGBTQ rights.
Twenty-two senior Global Studies majors will present the results of their Senior Year Experience (SYE) research at the department's annual SYE Poster Festival on Monday, April 28, at 4:30 p.m. in Dean Eaton Formal Lounge. All GS majors are required to pursue a faculty-mentored independent research project in the senior year as the capstone of their major. The event is open to the public, and refreshments will be served.
Find out from a panel of SLU History alumni who work in fields including finance, law, education, public history, and historical consulting. Also learn about History major/minor requirements, off-campus study as a History major/minor, research funding, and more. And enjoy pizza, salad, cookies, and drinks. Thursday, January 30th at 7:30 p.m. in Dean Eaton Lounge.
The Center of International and Intercultural Studies, Caribbean and Latin American Studies, Department of Global Studies, Department of History, Department of Sociology, Department of Government, Department of Religious Studies, Department of Modern Languages, Department of Performance and Communication Arts, and the Department of Anthropology are pleased to invite you to:
A Celebration of The Day of the Dead
Saturday, November 2nd, 2013
A Companion Woody Never Wanted
Peter Bailey, English
Friday, October 25th
Dean Eaton Formal Lounge