Red Cross Blood Drive
Event starts 2/8/16
Decorate wine glasses and mason jars while enjoying yummy snacks!
Join Late Night Zumba with instructor Julie Searles for an awesome workout! No experience with dancing is required. All are welcome and don't forget to bring a buddy!
Recovery Group will meet weekly on Wednesdays, at the Counseling Center, starting on February 24th, from 12:30-1:30. This group is for anyone who is in recovery and looking for support to manage the stressors of being a college student in recovery, identify supports for maintaining recovery, in addition to any other topics that group members choose. The number of weeks that this group runs will be determined at the first group. Lunch will be provided.
The Jane E. Ruby lecture series was established in 1993 by a bequest from the estate of Jane E. Ruby, professor of history emerita, former provost and a Wheaton honorary degree recipient. The series brings prominent speakers to campus each year.
Estelle Freedman is the Edgar E. Robinson Professor of History at Stanford University. Her work on the history of women and social reform, including feminism and prison reform, as well as the history of sexuality, has shaped a generation of scholars. Her most recent book, Redefining Rape (2013), is a history of rape that demonstrates that our definition of rape has depended heavily on dynamics of political power and social privilege. She is also author of The Essential Feminist Reader (2007), an edited anthology of 64 primary documents from feminist history around the world spanning the fifteenth to the twenty-first centuries. Feminism, Sexuality, and Politics (University of North Carolina Press, 2006) is a collection of eight previously published and three new essays. No Turning Back: The History of Feminism and the Future of Women (Ballantine Books, 2002) explores feminism in the West and its relationship to broader movements for women's rights and social change throughout the world. She is currently studying the history of sexual violence in America.
Her lecture is entitled: "Redefining Rape."
Transform the World Become a Teacher!
Are you interested in working with kids? Do you enjoy learning? Have you ever wondered what it takes to become a licensed teacher? Have you considered teaching in an urban setting or teaching abroad?
If you have questions, we have the answers! Come join our information session where we will discuss the academic process of becoming an Early Childhood, Elementary or Secondary Education Major or General Education Minor.
Meet the Education Faculty, the president of the Ed Club, and Student Teachers. Find out firsthand what it is like to student teach.
Spread the word and tell your friends! We offer incredible advising and support for each step in the teacher licensing process.
A dynamic two-person exhibition of sculpture, drawings, photographs and installations by nationally acclaimed artists Beth Lipman and Lauren Fensterstock. Incorporating blown glass, paint, wax, video and more, these artists draw inspiration from natural history, and their work provokes compelling questions about beauty, mortality and consumption.
Dr. Sameena Mulla is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Marquette University (WI). She will be discussing her most recent book entitled "The Violence of Care: Rape Victims, Forensic Nurses and Sexual Assault Intervention." Drawing on four years of participatory research in a Baltimore emergency room, Sameena Mulla reveals the realities of sexual assault response in the forensic age. She analyzes the ways in which nurses work to collect and preserve evidence while addressing the needs of sexual assault victims as patients. Mulla argues that blending the work of care and forensic investigation into a single intervention shapes how victims of violence understand their own suffering, recovery, and access to justice—in short, what it means to be a “victim."
Kelliann Bachand NP
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