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Community-Engaged Learning Summit

Higgins Lounge, Dana Commons

The Dean of the College office invites you for a day of learning, connection, and experience! Highlights: Networking with faculty and community partners around project-based and community-engaged learning Field trips […]

Staff Town Hall – Campus Climate Results

Zoom

Join the Office of Diversity and Inclusion as we go through the key themes from the Campus Climate Survey data. The session will be held via Zoom and there will […]

Graduate Student Town Hall – Campus Climate Results

Zoom

Join the Office of Diversity and Inclusion as we go through the key themes from the Campus Climate Survey data. The session will be held via Zoom and there will […]

Clark’s Diversity and Inclusion Book Club Meeting

Clark’s Diversity and Inclusion Book Club will be meeting in person following the Faculty Assembly meetings. All meetings will be at 5 pm in Higgins Fireside Lounge. Snacks, drinks, and […]

Between Ruin and Rebellion: Everyday Sovereignties in Okinawa’s Black District

Clark University, Higgins Lounge, Dana Commons - 2nd Floor 36 Maywood Street, Worcester, MA, United States

Nozomi Nakaganeku Saito, an Uchinanchu scholar and postdoctoral fellow/visiting assistant professor in English at Amherst College, will examine these stories and the relationship between place and narrative to highlight the practice of everyday sovereignties in Okinawa’s Black District during a lecture for the Higgins School of Humanities on Monday, April 8 at 4:30pm ET in the Higgins Lounge at Dana Commons on the Clark University campus.

If You Become My Friend: A Film Screening and Conversation with Producer and Director Jennifer Potts

Clark University, Higgins Lounge, Dana Commons - 2nd Floor 36 Maywood Street, Worcester, MA, United States

The Higgins School of Humanities is hosting the Worcester premiere of “If You Become My Friend,” a documentary about frefugees who fled Afghanistan after the Taliban took control in 2021 and eventually resettled in Worcester.

Sponsored by: Higgins School of Humanities

Equality Unfulfilled: How Title IX’s Policy Design Undermines Changes to College Sports

Tilton Hall, Higgins University Center

In the Spring 2024 Harrington Public Affairs Lecture, Elizabeth Sharrow, associate professor at UMass Amherst, will explore the reasons why sex-based inequalities remain in college athletics and identify institutional perversions that undermine efforts toward equality.

Sponsored by: Department of Political Science

Alumni and Friends Virtual Book Club

Zoom

In honor of Women’s History Month, University Librarian Laura Robinson will lead the Alumni and Friends Virtual Book Club in a discussion of “Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women who Revolutionized Food in America” by Mayukh Sen.

Sponsored by: Alumni and Friends Engagement