Feb 11Women's Council Annual Membership Meeting
This annual membership meeting is a time to gather as a group and review what the council has accomplished and determine what initiatives the council should focus on in the coming year.
Feb 11Hear Our Voices: Defining Who’s Black
"Is it the way I walk? The way I talk? The way I wear my hair and clothes?" Hear the voices of prominent Black and African American UNLV faculty, staff, and community members as they discuss navigating the concept of...
Feb 16University Forum Lecture: Forging a Common Future: Becoming A Citizen of the Colorado River Basin
The College of Liberal Arts’ University Forum Lecture Series presents Forging a Common Future: Becoming A Citizen of the Colorado River Basin, a talk by Pat Mulroy, William S. Boyd School of Law, UNLV, Climate Adaptation and...
Feb 17Registration Deadline: Alternative Spring Break Trips
All Spring Break Trip applications and deposits are due by Feb. 17. For more information on how to apply and to download the trip application, visit Alternative Spring Breaks webpage.
Feb 18Global Sounds: Connecting Music & Identity
Join us as we explore the relationship between music and identity(-ies). This symposium will pay particular attention to Afro- influences on music across space and time, and expand our understanding of black and popular...
Feb 18SODA General Meeting
SODA (Students Organizing Diversity Activities) invites you to attend their general meeting.
Feb 22Anthropology Colloquium Series: Developmental Approaches of the Craniofacila Skeleton
Dr. Jen Fish of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst will give a talk titled Developmental Approaches to Modularity, Integration and Evolvability of the Craniofacial Skeleton as part of the Department of Anthropology...
Feb 24Achebe's Things Fall Apart: A Quest For Balance
Black Mountain Institute Fellow Dr. Okey Ndibe will examine Things Fall Apart from the perspective of the Igbo ideal of balance as a central principle of social organization and individual conduct. This quest for balance...
Feb 24Brookings Mountain West Lecture: The Changing Geography of Poverty & Opportunity in Nevada
The Brookings Mountain West invites you to attend a lecture titled, The Changing Geography of Poverty & Opportunity in Nevada, by Elizabeth Kneebone, fellow, Metropolitan Studies. Today, suburbs are home to the largest...
Feb 25American Indian Alliance (AIA) Monthly Meeting
The American Indian Alliance invites you to attend their montly meetings.
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