This session will cover the advanced communication features in the new version of Blackboard. We will talk about the use of the tools and how to incorporate them into your class assignments.
This colloquium analyzes the impact of state-led urban development in Kuwait after the advent of oil modernization in 1950.
Kate Bornstein, a performance artist and playwright, is the author of several books, including Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women, and The Rest of Us.
Learn how to read strategically, including how to annotate readings, how to track relationships across readings, and how to mark out relationships to your own research project.
Navigating the workplace as an LGBTQIA-identified person.
Manuel Antonio Aguilar will discuss the background of social housing, the current technologies available, the variables needed for a holistic approach to green design for self-sufficient houses in Guatemala.
Join the OGSD for a panel on the history of the lesbian community in New Orleans!
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Scott Sherman is a writer and researcher on the most effective methods of social change. He is an expert on the most effective ways that citizens succeed in creating social progress and innovation.
Join the OGSD for a roundtable discussion of polyamory!
How to use online concept maps to monitor and guide your students’ collaborative learning outside of class to then make your time in class more productive.
The early modern term 'ad vivum' described images made 'after life.' This lecture explores this term, its uses and how images were perceived as ‘true’ even if they did not record direct contact between artist and model.
Join student organizations to discuss issues of race, gender and sexual identity and how that influences the experiences of students of color!
5th Annual South Central Conference on Mesoamerica to be held October 24-26th.
Become an Evacuteer and help the New Orleans Latino community learn about evacuation protocols in the event of a hurricane.
Four of the countries most distinguished practitioners of biography, literary criticism, and memoir will gather for a day long symposium comprised of individual readings and a panel discussion.
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