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Wednesday, May 3

Elephants in the Casino

Explore the history and legacy of John Ascuaga's Nugget through the decades. View the Nugget's transformation beginning with Dick Graves's modest 1955 Sparks...

Gernika: Voices after the Bombs

In the 80th anniversary of the destruction of the sacred city of the Basque People, the Jon Bilbao Basque Library is hosting this exhibit which goal is...

Assessment Planning and Learning Outcome Design (Professional Development Workshop)

Please join us for the final offering this semester of the GSA and Graduate School's Career and Professional Development Series. Title: Assessment Planning...

Additions: Recent Permanent Collection Acquisitions

Over the past year, University Galleries has added three major collections of art in addition to several individual acquisitions to the Department of Art’s...

Pizza with the Dean of the Graduate School

Dean David Zeh will be hosting an open forum for graduate students to ask questions and share their opinions/concerns. Pizza and cookies will be provided....

Tom Drakulich: “To The Things We Will Never Not Remember Again”

Annual thesis exhibition of artwork by graduating Master of Fine Arts student Tom Drakulich. To interact with the unfamiliar is to deal directly with...

Valerie Cohen: “Tree Lines”

Valerie Cohen’s exhibition Tree Lines corresponds with a forthcoming publication of the same name from University of Nevada, Press. Artist, writer,...

Diabetes Self-Management

Do you want to feel better, do the things you want to do, and be in control of your health? Then this workshop is for you. This program was developed...

"Being a Public Scholar" with Dr. Omid Safi (Lak and Li Religious Studies speaker 2017)

Dr. Omid Safi is a leading Muslim public intellectual and the director of Duke University's Islamic Studies program. He is regularly invited to contribute to...

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