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Using Your Liberal Arts Degree in a Technical Field with Lilah Desabrais ’09

Did you know that Employers are looking to hire for skills such as strong oral and written communication, critical thinking, and success working in a team?   These are all strengths of your liberal arts degree!

Come to:  Using Your Liberal Arts Degree in a Technical Field with Lilah Desabrais ’09

                 Thurs., March 31 at 7p.m.

                 Hepburn 21

 

Economics Speaker Series: Dr. Alexei Marcoux

As part of the Department of Economics Visiting Speaker Series in Political Economy, St. Lawrence University will host Alexei Marcoux at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 31, in Hepburn Auditorium.

Marcoux is a professor of business ethics and society in the Department of Marketing and Management at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. He will deliver his talk, titled ‘‘Why Entrepreneurship Theory Matters: Economically, Politically and Morally.” The event is free and open to the public.

Lecture: Dr. Antony Davies

The Department of Economics Visiting Speaker Series in Political Economy presents Dr. Antony Davies, who will speak on the topic of "Liberty, Equality, and Prosperity." This lecture is a look at the practical effects of economic freedom. Across countries, states, cities, and time, societies with more economic freedom have (on average) higher standards of living, less unemployment, less poverty, less income inequality, less gender inequality, less child labor, and cleaner environments.

Pizza and Politics

Pizza and Politics presents Dr. Michael Hannahan, who will be speaking on the topic of "American Soft Power in the Middle East."

Dr. Michael Hanahaan, is director of ‘The civic initiative UMASS Amherst’. The Civic Initiative is dedicated to promoting democracy through education in both the U.S. and abroad. Each summer, they bring a select group of students, scholars, and professionals from around the world to the UMass Amherst campus for courses that examine modern politics and public policy. It runs many such programs with State department funding over the last 10 years.

History Internship Workshop

Career services will host an interactive internship workshop for our majors (and those who wish they could be History majors!) on Tuesday, October 6th at 7 PM.  It has been marketed for history majors, but all students are welcome.

Attendees should bring a laptop, as the workshop will be interactive and involve hands-on activities. 

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