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At noon Wednesday, Nov. 5, the professional staff lunch will feature the topic, "Sexual Misconduct: How We Got Here," presented by Jan Masland, F&M's Title IX Coordinator, and Alison Hobbs, Deputy Title IX Coordinator.
The second luncheon in the Professional Staff Lunc Series (and the last until next semester), "Sexual Misconduct: How We Got Here," will be presented by Jan Masland, F&M's Title IX Coordinator, on Wednesday, Nov. 5. Lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. in Booth Ferris North & South, Steinman College Center. The program begins at noon.
“42,” fourth in the film series, screens at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29, in the Great Room at Ware College House. Popcorn provided.
The next Global Lunch discussion is noon Friday, Oct. 24, , at the Joseph International Center, 701 College Ave. Associate Professor of History Doug Anthony's topic for discussion is, "Boko Haram, Ebola ... and Elections. What next, Nigeria?"
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.
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.
Penn State English Professor Robert Lougy will discuss “Literature and Desire,” 4:30 p.m. Thursday, October 23 at Philadelphia Alumni Writers House.
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.