Career Conversations: Nonprofit, Government & Law ONE Week Away! – DePaul Career Center Networking Blog

Career Conversations: Nonprofit, Government & Law ONE Week Away!

Event Name: 
Career Conversations: Nonprofit, Government & Law

Description: 
PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN
LOCATION.

As many as 75% of employee hires
at any given company come from
networking, according from
CareerBuilder.com.  Polish your
networking skills by attending this
Career Center Networking Event.

Network one-on-one with non-profit,
government and law professionals
following a brief panel. Panelists will
describe their organizations, the
types of professional positions they
hold, and what characteristics are
typically sought in candidates for
these positions. The panel will be
followed by an hour of roundtable
discussions where you can
approach professionals with any
questions you may have.  

Pre-registration will be available until
May 22, 2011.

Free walk-in
registration is also available onsite.

For more information on networking
events, visit
http://careercenter.depaul.edu/events
/networkingevents.aspx

Questions? Contact the Career
Center at (312)362-8437 or
http://careercenter.depaul.edu

Location: 
Lincoln Park Campus, SAC, Room 154

Date: 
5/24/11 – 5/24/11

Time: 
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Funding Opportunity from the National Endowment for the Arts

Agency:  National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)
Program:  Arts in Media
Deadline: September 1, 2011
Funding Opportunity Number: 2011NEA01AIM

Program Description:  The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) seeks to make the excellence and diversity of the arts widely available to the American public through every available media platform including television, radio, the Internet, interactive and mobile technologies, digital games, and satellite. By increasing the accessibility and impact of the arts, the Arts Endowment aims to strengthen the creativity of our nation.

Grants are available to support the development, production, and national distribution of innovative media projects about the arts (e.g., visual arts, music, dance, literature, design, theater, musical theater, opera, folk & traditional arts, and media arts including film, audio, animation, and digital art) and media projects that can be considered works of art. The NEA is seeking and will give priority to artistically excellent projects that have the potential to reach a significant national audience, through their primary platform, regardless of the size or geographic location of the applicant organization. Only projects of the highest artistic excellence and merit, in both media production and subject matter, will be funded.

Projects may include high profile multi-part or single television and radio programs (documentaries and dramatic narratives); media created for theatrical release; performance programs; artistic segments for use within an existing series; multi-part webisodes; installations; and interactive games. Short films, five minutes and under, will only be considered in packages of three or more. Projects may deal with any subject matter or art form, and those targeted to children and youth are welcome. The agency encourages innovative, entertaining, compelling, and artistically crafted media projects that not only increase access to, but also enhance public knowledge and understanding of, the arts.

Funding Level: The range of awards is between $10,000 and $200,000. All grants require a nonfederal match of at least 1 to 1. The Arts Endowment’s support of a project may start on May 1, 2012, or any time thereafter. Generally, a grant period of up to three years is allowed.   

Link: http://www.arts.gov/grants/apply/AIM/index.html

For additional information, contact Laura Welsh, Media Arts staff at the National Endowment, by either phone at 202.682.5738, or email at welsh1@arts.gov. Or contact OSPR Pre-award Staff at x2-7388.

 

Capitalism, Inequality and Climate Change: A Clash of Conditions

How ideology and power define both our economic and environmental future

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 Join DePaul’s Institute for Nature and Culture as we explore how U.S. capitalism fosters the development of the world in its image.  What is the relationship between capitalism and climate change?  Is capitalism natural and hence unavoidable?  Or are there alternatives?  At this historic time of pressing ecological problems and record inequality the answers to these questions will determine the economic and environmental conditions under which the world’s population will live for generations.

 

 When:             Wednesday May 18, 2011 – 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Where:             Schmitt Academic Center (SAC) 161

Who:                °David Schweickart, Professor of Philosophy Loyola University

                        °Larry Bennett, Professor of Political Science, DePaul University

                        °Andrew Riplinger, graduate student, Int’l Studies Program, DePaul University