Humanities

FAMU announces plans for summer 2020 and 2021 launch ceremonies

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) – Florida A&M University will be hosting summer 2021 and 2020 graduation ceremonies over the weekend of July 30 to August 1, the school said in a press release Friday night. The ceremony for all summer 2021 graduates will be held at the Al Lawson Jr. Multi-Purpose …

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What People Are Saying About NC State College of Education’s New Transformational Scholarship Program College of Education

On Tuesday, the NC State College of Education announced that it had received a $ 7.25 million charitable grant from the Anonymous Trust to establish the Transformational Scholarship Program. The program will prepare 100 teachers in eastern North Carolina with fewer resources but greater needs. Below is an overview of …

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Two Honored USF Students Named 2021 Key In Public Service Fellows – Only Two In Florida

Two Honored USF Students Named 2021 Key Public Service Fellows – Only Two In Florida Awarding 20 awards this year, the program connects arts and science students with the Phi Beta Kappa scholarship and opportunities for the public sector. Tampa, Florida. – June 3, 2021 – Two students from Judy …

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Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Privacy and Freedom in the Atlantic World with Jessica Marie Johnson

Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in the Atlantic World with Jessica Marie Johnson The PresbytereGreater New Orleans New Orleans Event Date: Thursday July 8, 2021 Join us for an evening with Dr. Jessica Marie Johnson as she discusses her recent book Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Privacy and Freedom …

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The museum celebrates women’s suffrage

Jeanette Ricker, correspondent Posted at 6:03 a.m. ET on June 2, 2021 TO CLOSE Jeanette Liebold Ricker (Photo: Submitted) Did the feminists of 1970 really burn their bras to protest the Miss America pageant? They did not do it. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment (Women’s Suffrage) …

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Location: The Hague, Netherlands We are looking for a Technical Analyst who will know Provide analyst support for data experiments and software development Ensure that experiences and developments contribute to Europeana’s objectives for improving (meta) data and services Support the work of our R&D and product teams Main responsibilities Support …

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Documentary focuses on the youth of prominent Chinese academics in wartime

Li Zhong (2nd L, front), a 99-year-old alumnus of National Southwest Associated University, a wartime union of universities that included Peking University (PKU), attends a ceremony marking the 120th anniversary of PKU at Beijing University Khoo Gymnasium Teck Puat in Beijing, capital of China, May 4, 2018 (Xinhua / Shen …

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Lagos to improve research, scholarships to UNILAG

The Lagos State Government has said it will continue to support the University of Lagos School of Digital Humanities in the areas of research and scholarship. This was revealed during the third Lagos Summer School in Digital Humanities. Lagos State Governor Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu said: “Lagos Summer School in Digital …

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Chautauqua goes virtual for post-COVID return to Lawton | fashions

In a tradition spanning over 100 years, academics will take the stage this week to portray the lives of famous historical figures during the annual Chautauqua program. Lawton’s Chautauqua 2021, “Twentieth Century Visionaries: Catalysts for Change” opens Tuesday with “Dr. Doug Mishler as The Ultimate Trekkie: Gene Roddenberry. “ Mishler …

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Huron Plainsman | Library plans discussion on ‘The Children’s Blizzard’

Inspired by a fierce storm that hit Dakota Territory in 1888, the 2021 South Dakota One Book “The Children’s Blizzard” is a historical novel that strikes close to home. Covering events that happened in what is now South Dakota, Melanie Benjamin’s new novel is a user-friendly and questionable book that …

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