Monthly Archives: February 2016

Week’s Events 02/28-03/02

Sunday, February 28: Dismantling White Supremacy: White People Striving for Humility in Racial Justice 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., Fuller Music Room, Goddard Library 4th Floor A number of students are putting together a 5 session workshop for white people interested/involved in activism surrounding issues of racial justice. They intend to create a space for white…

Commencement Website

Intended for graduate students planning to attend the Commencement ceremonies on May 22, 2016.   Dear Graduating Students,   The Commencement website is now up and running with information regarding this year’s big day. Please note: all graduate students who completed their requirements in August and December 2015 and all graduate students who completed the Application for…

IDSC grad Steve Fischer is a panelist: Building a Sustainable Worcester: The Fresh Food Movement in Central Massachusetts

This is an excellent opportunity to learn and engage in conversation with experts, including our MA/IDSC alum,Executive Director of the REC, in sustainable communities. Highly recommend this event to all.   Building a Sustainable Worcester: The Fresh Food Movement in Central Massachusetts BUY TICKETS Wednesday, March 9, 2016 03/09 5:30 PM 2 Hours Show Description The Local Farm…

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren Speaking at Clark – March 14th

The Sixth Annual Lee Gurel ’48 Lecture Featuring United States Senator Elizabeth Warren and The First Gurel Symposium on Education  NEXT GEN LEARNING:  Opportunities for urban education in the new federal law Monday, March 14th, 10:00 am to 12 noon Atwood Hall, Clark University Clark University welcomes United States Senator Elizabeth Warren for the sixth annual…

International Women’s Day event: Muslimgirl.net Founder Amani Al-Khatahtbeh Tuesday, March 1st at 12pm

March is Women’s History Month @ Clark In celebration of International Women’s Day MuslimGirl: Harnessing New Media to Shatter Glass Ceilings  A talk by Amani Al-Khatahtbeh TUESDAY, March 1st | 12pm Grace Conference Room Higgins University Center   Amani’s talk will highlight how MuslimGirl has been on the forefront of the world’s missing discussion about the intersection of…

Introducing the new IDCE Professional Seminar Series

This series provides an opportunity for IDCE graduate students and faculty to showcase their research through conference style presentations and to foster community within IDCE. Upcoming seminars Please join us for the first presentation next Wednesday, February 17th from 12:15-1:15 in Granville. Dr. Cynthia Caron will be presenting her talk, “Establishing baselines for REDD+ programming:…