Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 8:00 pm
Okey Ndibe is the author of the novels Foreign Gods, Inc. and Arrows of Rain as well as a memoir, Never Look an American in the Eye: Flying Turtles, Colonial Ghosts, and the Making of a Nigerian-American. He earned MFA and PhD degrees from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and has taught at Brown University, Trinity College, Simon’s Rock College, and the University of Lagos (as a Fulbright scholar). He was the 2015 Shearing Fellow of the Black Mountain Institute at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he began work on a novel titled Native Tongues.
“It is easier not to think about it”: Silences and Possibilities at the Intersection of Disability and Sexuality
Join us for an Open Forum in I-House Lounge on 10/25/16 at 6.30pm.
We want to thank everyone who came to the last session and made their voices heard. We have some updates for you and we look forward to discussing more topics.
Kimberly Flint-Hamilton, Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion
Tsewang Lama, International Student Advisor
Informative and engaging discussion on Vernā Myers' Book "What If I Say The Wrong Thing?" by
Dr. Kimberly Flint-Hamilton, Associate Dean of Office For Diveristy and Inclusion
During this event, she will discuss habits #18 Use Your Mistakes to Grow and
#20 Expand Your Comfort Zone .
THIS EVENT IS FYP CUP ELIGIBLE!
Please welcome alumni and guest speaker Patrick Sheridan Rossi to campus!