Events Calendar

Events

Monday, December 4

13 Ways of Looking at Sport Poetry Exposition

13 Ways of Looking at Sport Poetry Exposition 8am

Poetry exposition featuring poems from English professor Yago Colás' ENGL 167 course, 13 Ways of Looking at Sport. Inspired from the Wallace Stevens poem...

Science Center, Bent Corridor  
Weekly One Stop Drop-In Hours with Staff Members

Weekly One Stop Drop-In Hours with Staff Members 11am

Come to the weekly One Stop Drop-In Hours with staff members to get information and guidance on winter term. Have you wondered … What are my options for...

Rathskeller, Wilder Hall  
Panel: What Can You Do with an Economics Degree?

Panel: What Can You Do with an Economics Degree? 4:30pm

What can you do with an economics degree? We’re sometimes unsure ourselves, but we’ve picked up a lot of information along the way that we want to...

King Building, 106  
We Are CLEAR: First Gen/Low-Income in STEM

We Are CLEAR: First Gen/Low-Income in STEM 4:30pm

Obies who are the first in their families to attend college or come from low-income backgrounds excel and thrive in the sciences in a variety of ways. Come...

Multicultural Resource Center  
Guest Master Class: Akemi Takayama, chamber music

Guest Master Class: Akemi Takayama, chamber music 5pm

A chamber music master class by artist Akemi Takayama, violin. For more information on the artist, please click here.

Conservatory Central Unit, 21  
Herbert G. May Lecture: "Why We Need to Start Seeing the Classical World in Color"

Herbert G. May Lecture: "Why We Need to... 5pm

"Why We Need to Start Seeing the Classical World in Color" is topic of lecture presented by Sarah E. Bond, assistant professor in Classics at the University...

StudiOC, College of Arts and Sciences Admissions Office  

Monday, December 4