Events Calendar

Upcoming Events

  • Nov 16 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 16 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Ellen Cheever in Her Own Words A poster exhibit of Ellen Cheever's career highlights and her personal reflections about lessons learned as a kitchen and bath designer. (Career timeline with commentary.)
  • Nov 16 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM PK's on North Main Street Classics Club Meeting Faculty and students who love classics come together and socialize. We also sponsor events such as movie nights and more. Meet every Friday
  • Nov 16 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM TBD Auditions: Miscast Gala! The APO Fall 2018 Cabaret Do you like to sing? Do you want an opportunity to perform at the end of the semester? Do you want to support APO? Audition for the APO Fall 2018 Cabaret! The auditions will be held on Friday, Nov. 16 6-9 pm (room TBA: either Theatre 101 or Theatre 101 room 201- plan to meet in the Theatre 101 lobby) Following auditions, there will be two rehearsals: Monday, Nov. 26 from 6-10 pm and Friday, Nov. 30 from 6-10pm. If you cannot make these rehearsal dates, please let us know by emailingapohokies@gmail.com and we will work something out with you. The performance will be held on Sunday, Dec. 2, 2 pm curtain, in Theatre 101.
  • Nov 16 7:30 PM - 11:59 PM Recital Salon, Squires Canceled: Student Recital: Paul Mack, tenor Paul Mack presents junior vocal recital.
  • Nov 17 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 17 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Ellen Cheever in Her Own Words A poster exhibit of Ellen Cheever's career highlights and her personal reflections about lessons learned as a kitchen and bath designer. (Career timeline with commentary.)
  • Nov 17 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Holtzman Alumni Center HokieTalk with Nikki Giovanni University Distinguished Professor Nikki Giovanni's talk "More Than Money: Less Than Sex" will explore what poetry brings to life.
  • Nov 17 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM Hahn Horticulture Garden CLAHS Tailgate Join College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends for a pregame tailgate party before the Virginia Tech vs. Miami football game. Enjoy a tailgate buffet, live music, games, door prizes, and giveaways. There will also be a special appearance by the HokieBird.
  • Nov 18 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 18 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Ellen Cheever in Her Own Words A poster exhibit of Ellen Cheever's career highlights and her personal reflections about lessons learned as a kitchen and bath designer. (Career timeline with commentary.)
  • Nov 19 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 19 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Ellen Cheever in Her Own Words A poster exhibit of Ellen Cheever's career highlights and her personal reflections about lessons learned as a kitchen and bath designer. (Career timeline with commentary.)
  • Nov 20 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 20 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Ellen Cheever in Her Own Words A poster exhibit of Ellen Cheever's career highlights and her personal reflections about lessons learned as a kitchen and bath designer. (Career timeline with commentary.)
  • Nov 21 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 21 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Ellen Cheever in Her Own Words A poster exhibit of Ellen Cheever's career highlights and her personal reflections about lessons learned as a kitchen and bath designer. (Career timeline with commentary.)
  • Nov 21 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM MAJWM 334 Sigma Delta Pi Free Tutoring Free Spanish Tutoring Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish National Honor Society, is offering free tutoring on Wednesdays from 7-8pm at MAJWM 334 You may just show up Snacks and refreshments will be available Contact Dr. Sierra (ssierra2) for more information **Will NOT meet the week of Thanksgiving**
  • Nov 22 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 22 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Ellen Cheever in Her Own Words A poster exhibit of Ellen Cheever's career highlights and her personal reflections about lessons learned as a kitchen and bath designer. (Career timeline with commentary.)
  • Nov 23 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 23 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Ellen Cheever in Her Own Words A poster exhibit of Ellen Cheever's career highlights and her personal reflections about lessons learned as a kitchen and bath designer. (Career timeline with commentary.)
  • Nov 24 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 24 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Ellen Cheever in Her Own Words A poster exhibit of Ellen Cheever's career highlights and her personal reflections about lessons learned as a kitchen and bath designer. (Career timeline with commentary.)
  • Nov 25 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 25 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Ellen Cheever in Her Own Words A poster exhibit of Ellen Cheever's career highlights and her personal reflections about lessons learned as a kitchen and bath designer. (Career timeline with commentary.)
  • Nov 26 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 26 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Ellen Cheever in Her Own Words A poster exhibit of Ellen Cheever's career highlights and her personal reflections about lessons learned as a kitchen and bath designer. (Career timeline with commentary.)
  • Nov 26 8:00 PM - 11:59 PM Recital Salon, Squires Music on Mondays, featuring David Korevaar, piano Pianist David Korevaar balances his active performing schedule with teaching at the University of Colorado Boulder, where he is the Peter and Helen Weil Professor of Piano. He is a 2016 honoree as Distinguished Research Lecturer at the University of Colorado.
  • Nov 27 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 27 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Ellen Cheever in Her Own Words A poster exhibit of Ellen Cheever's career highlights and her personal reflections about lessons learned as a kitchen and bath designer. (Career timeline with commentary.)
  • Nov 27 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM Assembly Hall at Holtzman Alumni Center Beloved Community Initiative Awards Ceremony and Public Humanities Summit The Beloved Community Initiative is a partnership between Virginia Tech and Virginia Union University to explore and advance Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s conception of the Beloved Community in the 21st century. In 2017, the VT-VUU partnership launched the inaugural Beloved Community Initiative Essay Contest. The essay contest invited junior and senior high school students to choose one set of historical figures and prepare an exploration of those two (or three) persons, focusing on how the legacy of their life's journey came together to advance the Beloved Community. On November 27, 2018, The VT-VUU Beloved Community Initiative will celebrate the essay contest winners. The event will feature two panels on (1) the history of the Civil Rights movement through the lens of the winning essays and (2) understanding contemporary forms of structural inequality implications for creating systems of economic and social justice, paradigmatically captured in Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision for a "Beloved Community."
  • Nov 27 7:30 PM - 11:59 PM Recital Salon, Squires Music Lab Ensemble Recital Students in the music lab perform an evening recital.
  • Nov 28 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 28 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Ellen Cheever in Her Own Words A poster exhibit of Ellen Cheever's career highlights and her personal reflections about lessons learned as a kitchen and bath designer. (Career timeline with commentary.)
  • Nov 28 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM Latham Ballroom (Inn at Virginia Tech) PPE Speaker Series: William A. Darity - "Bold Politics for Social Change" William A. Darity (Samuel Dubois Cook Professor of Public Policy, Duke University) will be discussing "Bold Politics for Social Change" on November 28, 2018. This keynote for Advancing the Human Condition Symposium is co-organized with the Equity and Social Disparity in the Human Condition Strategic Growth Area, the Department of Economics, and the Africana Studies Program at Virginia Tech.
  • Nov 28 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Newman Library Multipurpose Room Arabic Coffee Hour "Dardashe" Please join the Arabic program for its Arabic Coffee Hour "Dardashe" gathering. During this informal meeting students, professors and anyone interested in Arabic will have the chance to mingle and practice their Arabic through fun games and chatting. Come for the entire hour or for a few minutes to take a break from studying or working and enjoy Arabic sweets, hummus, tea and coffee. This free event is hosted by the Arabic language club and the Arabic program at VT.
  • Nov 28 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Theatre 101 Auditions: "[title of show]" Music and lyrics by Jeff Bowen; book by Hunter Bell Auditions on Nov. 28 6-10 pm; callbacks Nov. 29 6-10pm Location: Theatre 101 (200 College Ave) Performance dates: Feb. 13-15 Co-directed by Greg Justice and Jessica Jordan. T101 Workshop Series. What to prepare: Please prepare 16-32 bars of a pop-rock song that showcases your range An accompanist will be at the audition. Please have your sheet music prepared for the accompanist. In addition to the song: Please prepare a 15-60 second joke (the joke should be G-rated, light in nature, and politically correct) OR Tell a 30-60 second story out of your life that is light and upbeat. Your focus should be on performing the joke or story, not just telling a joke or story. Roles: (Seeking 2 males, 1 female) JEFF - high tenor: G below middle C to high B HUNTER- tenor: G below middle C to high B HEIDI- F below middle C to high G
  • Nov 28 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Theatre 101 Auditions: "The Foreigner" by Larry Shue; directed by Susanna Rinehart Performance dates: Feb.26-28; Mar 1-2, 4-5 Please prepare a comic (or serio-comic) monologue from a contemporary American play of your choosing for the general audition. Appropriate length for your monologue would be about 1 ½ - 2 minutes, and it should be rehearsed and memorized. The callbacks will be readings from the play -- we will provide the sides from the script for that -- and likely some brief work with some of the dialects (the play includes characters native to rural Georgia; Atlanta; and London.) You should read and be familiar with the play in advance of the auditions. If needed, a limited # of scripts are available for 48-hour checkout between now and mid-November. Casting for seven actors, two women and five men.
  • Nov 28 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM MAJWM 334 Sigma Delta Pi Free Tutoring Free Spanish Tutoring Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish National Honor Society, is offering free tutoring on Wednesdays from 7-8pm at MAJWM 334 You may just show up Snacks and refreshments will be available Contact Dr. Sierra (ssierra2) for more information **Will NOT meet the week of Thanksgiving**
  • Nov 28 7:30 PM - 11:59 PM Recital Salon, Squires Horn Ensemble The Virginia Tech Horn Ensemble performs an evening recital.
  • Nov 29 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 29 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Theatre 101 Auditions: "[title of show]" Music and lyrics by Jeff Bowen; book by Hunter Bell Auditions on Nov. 28 6-10 pm; callbacks Nov. 29 6-10pm Location: Theatre 101 (200 College Ave) Performance dates: Feb. 13-15 Co-directed by Greg Justice and Jessica Jordan. T101 Workshop Series. What to prepare: Please prepare 16-32 bars of a pop-rock song that showcases your range An accompanist will be at the audition. Please have your sheet music prepared for the accompanist. In addition to the song: Please prepare a 15-60 second joke (the joke should be G-rated, light in nature, and politically correct) OR Tell a 30-60 second story out of your life that is light and upbeat. Your focus should be on performing the joke or story, not just telling a joke or story. Roles: (Seeking 2 males, 1 female) JEFF - high tenor: G below middle C to high B HUNTER- tenor: G below middle C to high B HEIDI- F below middle C to high G
  • Nov 29 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Theatre 101 Auditions: "The Foreigner" by Larry Shue; directed by Susanna Rinehart Performance dates: Feb.26-28; Mar 1-2, 4-5 Please prepare a comic (or serio-comic) monologue from a contemporary American play of your choosing for the general audition. Appropriate length for your monologue would be about 1 ½ - 2 minutes, and it should be rehearsed and memorized. The callbacks will be readings from the play -- we will provide the sides from the script for that -- and likely some brief work with some of the dialects (the play includes characters native to rural Georgia; Atlanta; and London.) You should read and be familiar with the play in advance of the auditions. If needed, a limited # of scripts are available for 48-hour checkout between now and mid-November. Casting for seven actors, two women and five men.
  • Nov 30 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Nov 30 12:15 PM - 1:30 PM Lane 132 Center for Humanities Research Talk: Promoting Conscientious Discourse with Thought Swap Presented by Deborah Tatar. ThoughtSwap is a web-based application that can be used to change the infrastructure of discussion in face-to-face small groups or classrooms. Lunch is provided.
  • Nov 30 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Center for Humanities Seminar Room, Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Building ASPECT Books ASPECT Books featuring the following authors: Matthew Gabriele, Department of Religion and Culture Michael Moehler, Department of Philosophy and ASPECT Andy Scerri, Department of Political Science
  • Nov 30 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM PK's on North Main Street Classics Club Meeting Faculty and students who love classics come together and socialize. We also sponsor events such as movie nights and more. Meet every Friday
  • Nov 30 4:00 PM - 11:59 PM Moss Arts Center, Performance Studio Student Recital: Matthew Johnson, composition Matthew Johnson presents senior composition recital.
  • Dec 01 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 01 7:30 PM - 11:59 PM Recital Salon, Squires Opera Workshop Opera workshop vocal students perform an evening recital.
  • Dec 02 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 03 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 03 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Shanks Hall 370/380 London Calling! 2019 Information Session London Calling! 2019 Information Session. All majors welcome. Six VT credits: English 4954 or Theatre Arts 3954. 26 May - 23 June 2019. Application deadline: 14 January 2019.
  • Dec 03 6:00 PM - 11:59 PM The Cube, Moss Arts Center Fall Creative Technologies in Music DISIS Event
  • Dec 04 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 04 7:30 PM - 11:59 PM The Cube, Moss Arts Center New Music at Virginia Tech The New Music Ensemble presents a concert of experimental music along with world premieres of works by Virginia Tech student composers.
  • Dec 05 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 05 7:30 PM - 11:59 PM Recital Salon, Squires Low Brass Ensemble The Low Brass Ensemble performs an evening recital.
  • Dec 06 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 06 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM Center for Humanities Center for Humanities Research Talk by Koeun Choi: Children's transfer of learning from interactive media technology The ability to transfer information from one context to another is a fundamental component of learning. Can children gain information from digital media such as television and touchscreen apps to solve real-world problems? Lunch is provided.
  • Dec 06 7:00 PM - 11:59 PM Anne & Ellen Fife Theatre, Moss Arts Center Virginia Tech String Project Students from the Virginia Tech String Project perform their annual fall concert. The Virginia Tech String Project is a non-profit instructional program dedicated to offering affordable string instrument instruction to elementary students while training future string music educators.
  • Dec 07 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 08 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 09 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 10 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 11 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 12 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 13 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 14 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 15 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 16 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 17 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 18 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 19 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 20 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.
  • Dec 21 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Living and Learning Abroad: Study Abroad Experiences of CLAHS Students The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences is hosting a study abroad exhibit featuring reflections and photos by students who participated in programs abroad in 2018. The exhibit, organized by Scott Fralin, Exhibits Program Manager in Newman Library, will be in display from September 24 through December 21.