Screening of “Fremde Haut,” and noon talk explore queer European cinema, queer rights, and asylum law and policy.
Ed Cohn wins awards that will support his research on how citizens interacted with an intrusive and ever-vigilant surveillance state.
Craig Quintero will travel to Taipei to teach, direct, and study filmmaking.
How off-campus study changes lives.
Working one-on-one with an award-winning novelist.
Maria Tapias has been selected to participate in a prestigious year-long Senior Leadership Academy.
In Burling Library Lounge at 9 p.m. Monday, May 11 and Tuesday, May 12
Whether in the classroom or independently, scientific research offers intellectual rewards.
A dozen local projects and initiatives will benefit this year from the College’s Mini-Grant Program.
Mary Seely to talk about the application of science to education and public policy in a southern African developing country.