Events

  1. SLU Writers Series Presents Christopher Gonzalez

    - Sykes Common Room

    Christopher Gonzalez is the author of the story collection I’m Not Hungry But I Could Eat, published by the Santa Fe Writers Project in 2021. Publishers Weekly praised his debut’s “brilliantly crafted...

    Speaker
  2. D&I Book Club Discussion "Caving Hawk: New and Selected Poems"

    - TBD

    Diversity and Inclusion Book Club 2022 is here! Everyone is welcome to join!

    University-Wide Event
  3. Carnegie 10 International Film Series – Parallel Mothers

    - Carnegie 10

    In honor of the diversity of films from around the world and in homage to the indispensable Cinema 10 series of Potsdam, the Department of World Languages, Cultures & Media, and the Language Resource Center are pleased to present: Parallel Mothers (2021)

    Movie
  4. Curator's Lecture by Gwendolyn Saul

    - Griffiths Arts Center Room 123

    Gwendolyn Saul is an ethnographer and cultural anthropologist interested in creative and innovative ways to implement critical Indigenous theory in museum spaces and practices. Her research and...

    Arts
  5. Artist's Lecture by Carrie Hill

    - Griffiths Arts Center Room 123

    Carrie Hill is a Mohawk sweetgrass and black ash splint basket maker. Basket making has been in her family for many generations. She learned the skill from an aunt after having her second child, and...

    Arts
  6. World Topic Series: Climate Change - Local Impacts and Actions

    - Carnegie 10

    Each semester, the Center for International and Intercultural Studies partners with faculty, staff, students, and alumni to offer an engaging speaker series on timely, global topics.

    Panel Discussion
  7. Fellowship “Bring Your Own” Lunches

    - Atwood Hall 106

    These are gatherings of faculty and staff who identify as BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, International, or Anyone Who Would Like to Chat.

    University-Wide Event
  8. D&I Book Club Discussion of "Trans+: Love, Romance, and Being You"

    - Sullivan Student Center 336 (Buckley Room)

    It’s that time again–the Diversity & Inclusion Book Club is ready to launch its Fall 2022 series!

    Panel Discussion
  9. Fellowship “Bring Your Own” Lunches

    - Atwood Hall 106

    These are gatherings of faculty and staff who identify as BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, International, or Anyone Who Would Like to Chat.

    University-Wide Event
  10. Artist's Lecture by Dave Fadden

    - Griffiths Arts Center Room 123

    Dave Fadden is a well known painter who has strong ties to both Akwesasne and Onchiota. He is also a storyteller, illustrator, writer, and sculptor. He is the director of the Six Nations Iroquois...

    Arts