A big congratulations to Rachel Conrad, Estella Achinko, and Anna Bahow for their upcoming presentations at the Graduate Student Conference! They will be presenting the following papers:
- Rachel Conrad – “Transnational Identity within the International School: An Analysis of Identity Narratives of Third Culture Adults”
- Estella Achinko – “Women As Hidden Figures But Redefining Change Through Film”
- Anna Bahow – “Critical Race Theory Counter-Narratives and the Work of Swedish Playwright Jonas Hassen Khemiri”
We encourage all students to attend the conference and support Rachel, Estella, and Anna as they present their papers! Here is the conference flier once again:
Save the date for the upcoming Women’s History Month Lecture, Free Them All: Defending the Lives of Criminalized Survivors of Violence with Mariame Kaba.
Thursday, March 2nd / 6:30PM
In the past few years, the names of Marissa Alexander, Cece McDonald, Bresha Meadows and others have come to public attention as people whose lives were lived at the intersection(s) of gender violence and criminalization. Besides the fact that they are Black women and girls, all three had robust defense committees organized to demand their freedom. This talk will focus on how survivors of violence come into conflict with the law and describe how some communities are resisting their criminalization.
There will be a reception before the event.
Important information for graduating students who are wondering how to order their free cap and gown rental for the June 11th ceremony:
Blue Demon Week is approaching!
Check out this page to learn more about Blue Demon Week and all the events and discounts offered!
Here are the upcoming dates for the job and internship fair:
The Career Center offers these tips to prepare for the fair:
- Research companies you’re interested in and come prepared to ask specific questions that reflect your knowledge of that company.
- Attend the How to Work a Job Fair & Internship Fair workshop. Learn how to effectively showcase your skills and abilities at a fair.
- Have your resume reviewed. Is your resume error-free and ready for employers? Visit the Peer Career Advisors for a resume critique.
- Practice your 30-second pitch. Your pitch is how you introduce yourself – it’s a brief overview of you, your background and career interests. An engaging pitch and firm handshake can help you market yourself and stand out to an employer.
The Career Center also offers a downloadable app for your smart phone that will help you prepare for the fair!