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April 17, 2014
4-6 p.m.
Harris 108

The History Graduate Student Organization and Religious Studies Graduate Student Organization present a panel discussion, which will engage NU faculty and postdocs to discuss how to find and apply for temporary positions, what to expect while visiting a university, and how to position yourself for this segment of the job market.
April 17, 2014

5:30 PM - 8:30 PM  
TECH 345

NU Cross-Cultural invites you to join us for a dinner and presentation by Dr. Gina Samuels on "Colorblindness and Other Distortions of Power and Privilege in Transracial Adoption." The most publicly debated and emotionally contentious issues in adoption policy and practice are those related to race. Yet, policy approaches to addressing race disparities in child welfare engage a “colorblind” rather than color conscious approach. This presentation will address several “realities and myths” of transracial adoption to argue that the philosophy of colorblindness in particular, whether guiding policy or parenting, is a distortion rather than a remediation of such disparities.

Space and food are limited!
To RSVP for the event, please go to http://tinyurl.com/NUCCMay6

April 17, 2014
On April 16, Provost Daniel Linzer and Dean Dwight A. McBride inducted 16 students into the Ryan Fellowship in a reception in Scott Hall. The Ryan Fellowship was created following a donation from Patrick G. and Shirley W. Ryan, and supports graduate students, providing them with education and experience necessary to assume leadership roles in the realm of nanotechnology.
April 8, 2014
NUIIDEAS (Northwestern University Interdisciplinary Innovations in Developmental Education And Science) is a cross-campus scientific network focused on the developmental origins of lifespan learning, health and wellbeing, bringing together a broad range of scientists from basic developmental research and biomedical science, as well as policy relevant research focused on the first years of life (prenatal period-age 6) and its implications for development across the lifespan. They are currently forming a NUIIDEAS student committee for graduate and postdoctoral students, residents and fellows interested in this scientific area. Interested students should email NUIIDEAS coordinator, Beth Skendrovic at beth.skendrovic@northwestern.edu.
April 14, 2014
CFG and QPGSA invites you to a healthy discussion about religion and the LGBT community. The event will be an open discussion focusing on lessening the stigmas and misconceptions that exist between these communities by sharing individual experiences and understanding. There will be multiple speakers sharing their own personal ideas and stories. Also delicious food and refreshments will be provided.