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Homecoming Invitation: The Writers House Turns 10

The Philadelphia Alumni Writers House turns 10 and the Klehr Center for Jewish Life turns five this year. The official anniversary ceremony, a co-celebration of the Writers House (built 2004) and the Klehr Center (built 2009), begins 4 p.m. on the green in front of Roschel Performing Arts Center, with remarks at 4:15 p.m.


Call for Proposals -- Lancaster Learns Conference in February

Lancaster Learns, a newly formed group whose mission is to promote quality teaching and learning by building capacity for evidence-based and learner-centered instruction through collaboration, is seeking proposals from student development, library, and information technology professionals, as well as faculty. 


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Robert Lougy Discusses "Literature and Desire" At PAWH

Penn State English Professor Robert Lougy will discuss “Literature and Desire,” 4:30 p.m. Thursday, October 23 at Philadelphia Alumni Writers House.



Visiting Filmmaker, Laska Jimsen - Artist Talk and Screening - 7:30 Tonight

Please join the Theatre, Dance & Film Department -- Film and Media Studies Program and The Phillips Museum of Art for an exciting event this evening: Filmmaker Laska Jimsen, Artist Talk & Film Screening, 7:30 p.m. Today, Monday at The Phillips Museum of Art. 

"Rethinking Relationships" Conference in Oct. 18

All are invited to the "Rethinking Relationships" conference, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow, Oct. 18. F&M faculty will serve as hosts to an interdisciplinary meeting of psychologists, physicians, social workers, academics, and corporate leaders on human relationships, located in the Life Science & Philosophy Building's auditorium. Lunch will be served.


Intercultural Dialogue: Ebola and Us, Oct. 21

The Ebola outbreak is a disease and an issue that needs more discussion and information. The Intecultural Dialogue on Ebola is scheduled for 11:30 a.m.Tuesday, Oct. 21 for at the Office of Multicultural Affairs, 625 College Ave.


Bike Clinic is Friday, Oct. 24

Next Friday, October 24, Join Lancaster’s Common Wheel Community Bike Center, the Lancaster City Alliance Bike Ambassadors, and representatives of F&M’s biking/walking working group for an on-campus bike clinic. Bring your bike!
 

Feminist Free Lunch is Tomorrow, Oct. 17

The Women's and Gender Studies Committee invites you to the 2nd Annual "Feminist Free Lunch," 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17 at the Joseph International Center.


HHMI Leadership in the Sciences talk on Brain Regeneration

All are invited to attend the HHMI Leadership in the Sciences and Medicine seminar 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21 during the Bio Free Hour, "Regenerative capacities in the nervous system: How neurons control stem cells" given by Brent Asrican, PhD '99, Research Scientist at Duke University Medical Center.