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February 2018
Thu Feb 1

Galleries@Peeler Event: Opening Reception and Awards Presentation

Add to Calendar4:15 pm – 5:15 pm

The Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition features works created by current DePauw students enrolled in studio art courses.  The 2018 exhibition is juried by Elsy Benitez, Assistant Curator at Herron School of Art and Design.  This event is free and open to the public.#DePauwArt #TalksAndArts 

Location: Peeler Art Center Vis Art
Organization: Art and Art History
Organizer: Scott, Misti D

"Drag Race" Watch Party

Add to Calendar8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Join QSOC and United DePauw for their weekly Drag Race watch party! All are welcome!  #CampusLife #TalksAndArts #CDI

Location: CDI Jason Asbury and David Smith East Media Lounge (Room 117)
Organization: Multicultural + International Life
Organizer: Abtahi, Matthew Ahmad

Fri Feb 2

DePauw Theatre Presents: Joe Turner's Come and Gone Written by August Wilson

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone is set in a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911. Owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay, some for days, some longer, during the Great Migration of the 1910s when descendants of former slaves moved in large numbers from the South toward the industrial cities of the North, seeking new jobs, new lives and new beginnings.

Among those on the move are Herald Loomis and his young daughter, Zonia.  Haunted by the past, they are headed wherever the road takes them in search of the long gone Martha, Heralds's wife, and Zonia's mother.  Herald arrives at the boarding house unsettled, dark and secretive.  Seth Holly is suspicious and wants him out almost as soon as he arrives, but Bertha and the others see him differently, and by action and example, they help set him on the way to recovering his lost spirit and finding a new life. 

Directed by Guest Artist Kathryn Bentley, Director of the Black Theatre Workshop at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

Joe Turner's Com and Gone is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.

#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Moore
Organization: Communication and Theatre
Organizer: Whitman, Janet

Sat Feb 3

DePauw Theatre Presents: Joe Turner's Come and Gone Written by August Wilson

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone is set in a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911. Owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay, some for days, some longer, during the Great Migration of the 1910s when descendants of former slaves moved in large numbers from the South toward the industrial cities of the North, seeking new jobs, new lives and new beginnings.

Among those on the move are Herald Loomis and his young daughter, Zonia.  Haunted by the past, they are headed wherever the road takes them in search of the long gone Martha, Heralds's wife, and Zonia's mother.  Herald arrives at the boarding house unsettled, dark and secretive.  Seth Holly is suspicious and wants him out almost as soon as he arrives, but Bertha and the others see him differently, and by action and example, they help set him on the way to recovering his lost spirit and finding a new life. 

Directed by Guest Artist Kathryn Bentley, Director of the Black Theatre Workshop at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

Joe Turner's Com and Gone is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.

#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Moore
Organization: Communication and Theatre
Organizer: Whitman, Janet

Sun Feb 4

DePauw Theatre Presents: Joe Turner's Come and Gone Written by August Wilson

Add to Calendar1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone is set in a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911. Owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay, some for days, some longer, during the Great Migration of the 1910s when descendants of former slaves moved in large numbers from the South toward the industrial cities of the North, seeking new jobs, new lives and new beginnings.

Among those on the move are Herald Loomis and his young daughter, Zonia.  Haunted by the past, they are headed wherever the road takes them in search of the long gone Martha, Heralds's wife, and Zonia's mother.  Herald arrives at the boarding house unsettled, dark and secretive.  Seth Holly is suspicious and wants him out almost as soon as he arrives, but Bertha and the others see him differently, and by action and example, they help set him on the way to recovering his lost spirit and finding a new life. 

Directed by Guest Artist Kathryn Bentley, Director of the Black Theatre Workshop at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

Joe Turner's Com and Gone is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.

#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Moore
Organization: Communication and Theatre
Organizer: Whitman, Janet

Planet of Slums Plenary Lecture

Add to Calendar8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Plenary lecture for City Lab's Spring 2018 research workshop.  The lecture introduces students and community to the common research topic, the global slum phenomena.  

The lecture is open to the public.   #TalksAndArts

 

 

Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organization: University Studies
Organizer: Kuecker, Glen D History

Mon Feb 5

PCCM presents Michael O'Connell, Sr. Digital Editor at Federal News Radio

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 1:30 pm

During his seven years at Federal News Radio, Michael co-created two weekly podcasts; It's All Journalism and Studio Y, which helped him to become an expert in podcasting.  He is also the producer of the national Governors Association's Meet the Threat podcast.  Besides speaking about podcasting at various journalism conferences, Michael is also the author of the textbook, Turn Up the Volume-A Down and Dirty Guide to Podcasting.  He also taught the first podcasting course in the American University School of Communication's Master's in Digital Storytelling program.  This event is free and open to the public.  #PulliamCtr #TalksAndArts  

Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organization: Pulliam Ctr for Contemporary Media
Organizer: Cherry, Amy B Pulliam Ctr for Contemporary Media

PCCM presents Michael O'Connell, Sr. Digital Editor at Federal News Radio

Add to Calendar4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

During his seven years at Federal News Radio, Michael co-created two weekly podcasts; It's All Journalism and Studio Y, which helped him to become an expert in podcasting.  He is also the producer of the national Governors Association's Meet the Threat podcast.  Besides speaking about podcasting at various journalism conferences, Michael is also the author of the textbook, Turn Up the Volume-A Down and Dirty Guide to Podcasting.  He also taught the first podcasting course in the American University School of Communication's Master's in Digital Storytelling program.  This event is free and open to the public.  #PulliamCtr #TalksAndArts  

Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organization: Pulliam Ctr for Contemporary Media
Organizer: Cherry, Amy B Pulliam Ctr for Contemporary Media

Tue Feb 6

McDermond Center Speaker Series: Brendan Belz '10

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Brendan Belz '10

MBA Candidate, Class of 2018

Kellogg School of Management

Title of lecture : How Rapid Disruption is Changing the Future of Leadership

#TalksAndArts #SocialSciences #McDermondCtr

free and open to the public

#McDermondCtr   #SkillsAndFutures #TalksAndArts

Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organization: Ctr for Managmnt + Entrepreneurship
Organizer: Smith, Sandra Beth

Digital Storytelling: Empowering Survivors and Communities through Digital Stories Webinar

Add to Calendar1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

 

This presentation will provide an introduction to digital storytelling, with a special focus on how digital storytelling can empower survivors and their communities to increase bystander intervention and reduce victim-blaming and rape myths. Join Amy Hill from StoryCenter for this exciting presentation! #TalksAndArts

Location: Hoover Hall Hamilton Dining Room
Organization: Women's Center
Organizer: Ryan, Sarah

Faculty Select Series: Tony Weinstein, piano

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Inspired by the nostalgic tenderness and fairy-tale magic of the music of Tchaikovsky, Medtner, and Rachmaninoff, the program is subtitled "Tales of the Old Grandmother." Each of the twelve pieces in Tchaikovsky's "Seasons" is prefaced by a poetic epigraph (poems to be projected during the performance) and represents a month of the calendar year. Medtner's Sonata-Reminiscenza and its longing for the innocence of youth and the Golden Age of Russian music provides a natural segue from the Tchaikovsky to the picturesque Etudes-Tableaux, op. 39, of Sergei Rachmaninoff. Rachmaninoff's friend, the Italian composer Ottorino Respighi came up with descriptive titles for a number of these, and was able to obtain the composer's blessing for attaching them to these Studies-Pictures: the specificity of the images (also to be projected during the performance) is striking, and, while, not entirely absolutely necessary, they do provide a rich visual commentary to the music.

Visit http://music.depauw.edu/events/calendar/ for more information.

#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Thompson
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Grimm, Katherine M School of Music, Peterman, Jaco

Wed Feb 7

Faculty Scholarly and Artistic Forum with Emmitt Riley (Africana Studies)

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 1:00 pm

#TalksAndArts #FacultyDevelopment

Location: Union Building Ballroom
Organization: Academic Affairs Dept
Organizer: Dayhuff, Ashley Michelle

Compton Lecture by Aziz Abu Sarah "Can there be Peace in the Middle East?"

Add to Calendar4:30 pm – 6:20 pm

Free and open to the public.  #PACS  #Humanities #SocialSciences #TalksAndArts #PreOrPostDDialogue

Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organizer: Goldberg, Rachel M Peace and Conflict Studies

Kelly Writers Series presents: Nate Marshall

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Nate Marshall is from the South Side of Chicago. He is the author of Wild Hundreds and an editor of The BreakBeat Poets: New American Poetry in the Age of Hip-Hop. Wild Hundreds has been honored with the Black Caucus of the American Library Association’s award for Poetry Book of the Year and The Great Lakes College Association’s New Writer Award. His last rap album, Grown came out in 2015 with his group Daily Lyrical Product. Nate is a member of The Dark Noise Collective. He completed his B.A. at Vanderbilt University and an M.F.A. at The University of Michigan’s Helen Zell Writers' Program. Nate has received fellowships from Cave Canem, The Poetry Foundation, and The University of Michigan. He is the Director of National Programs for Louder Than A Bomb Youth Poetry Festival and has taught at The University of Michigan, Wabash College, and Northwestern University.

Free and Open to the Public.

#TalksAndArts

#KellyWritersSeries

Location: Peeler Art Center Aud
Organization: English
Organizer: Weltz, Annie Harris

Thu Feb 8

"Drag Race" Watch Party

Add to Calendar8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Join QSOC and United DePauw for their weekly Drag Race watch party! All are welcome!  #CampusLife #TalksAndArts #CDI

Location: CDI Jason Asbury and David Smith East Media Lounge (Room 117)
Organization: Multicultural + International Life
Organizer: Abtahi, Matthew Ahmad

Fri Feb 9

Faculty Select Series: Scotty Stepp, saxophone

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Visit http://music.depauw.edu/events/calendar/ for more information.

#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Thompson
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Grimm, Katherine M School of Music, Peterman, Jaco

Mon Feb 12

Speaker: Prof. Donna M. Jurdy, PhD; Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Northwestern University

Add to Calendar4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Hosted by the Depts. of Geosciences and Physics and Astronomy, Dr. Jurdy will be presenting a lecture titled, "SETI--The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence: Perspectives of an Earth Scientist". Briefly--After 50 years of listening and searching for evidence for or from an alien intelligence has not led to a single creditable example. What are the possible explanations for "The Great Silence"? What is the "Rare Earth" hypothesis? The scientific, societal, religious and political impacts of an actual 'First Contact' scenario will be included. While discoveries of NASA's Kepler missions continues to provide numerous examples of possible life-hosting planetary systems, what observations would offer proof of life?

This speaker is free and open to all. The event is generously sponsored by the Assoc. of Women Geoscientists, DPU Depts. of Geosciences, Physics & Astronomy and Women in Science. #Speaker  #Science #TalksAndArts

Location: Julian AUD 147
Organization: Science Research Fellow Program
Organizer: Pigg, Tavia S

DePauw Film Studies presents Taika Waititi's film "Hunt for the Wilderpeople" (New Zealand, 2016)

Add to Calendar4:15 pm – 6:30 pm

Free and open to the public.  Watch the trailer at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8Xvsjy57X0

#FilmStudies #TalksAndArts #Humanities

Location: Peeler Art Center Aud
Organizer: Friedman, Seth A Communication and Theatre

Tue Feb 13

Puerto Rican / Bronx Grafitti Artist Samuel Vazquez discusses "History of Style Writing/Graffiti in NYC 1970s-80s"

Add to Calendar11:35 am – 12:35 pm

Free and open to the public; simple lunch provided for takeaway.  For more about Samuel Vazquez, see https://herron.iupui.edu/news-events/stories/2017-11-02-samuel-vazquez.html #TalksAndArts #Humanities

Location: Peeler Art Center Aud
Organizer: Nightenhelser, Keith E Convocations

Film showing ("Style Wars") and discussion with visiting artist / scholar Samuel Vazquez, an expert on Graffiti/Style writing in New York City

Add to Calendar4:15 pm – 6:30 pm

Free and open to the public.  For more about Samuel Vazquez, see https://herron.iupui.edu/news-events/stories/2017-11-02-samuel-vazquez.html #Humanities #TalksAndArts #PreOrPostDDialogue

Location: Peeler Art Center Aud
Organizer: Nightenhelser, Keith E Convocations

Thu Feb 15

Faculty Development Roundtable, "Student-Faculty Summer Research at DePauw" Tamara Stasik (English), Rich Martoglio (Chemistry and Biochemistry)

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 12:35 pm

#FacultyDevelopment #TalksandArts

Location: Julian AUD 147
Organization: Academic Affairs Dept
Organizer: Dayhuff, Ashley Michelle

PCCM PRESENTS FORMER SENATOR RICHARD LUGAR (R) & FORMER U.S. REP. LEE HAMILTON '52 (D); "CAN WE TALK? RESTORING CIVIL DISCOURSE IN THE US AND BEYOND." MODERATED BY MIRANDA SPIVACK, PULLIAM DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR OF JOURNALISM

Add to Calendar7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This event is free and open to the public.  #TalksAndArts#PulliamCtr

Location: East College Meharry
Organization: Pulliam Ctr for Contemporary Media
Organizer: Cherry, Amy B Pulliam Ctr for Contemporary Media

Music of the 21st Century Chamber Concert

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Visit http://music.depauw.edu/events/calendar/ for more information.

#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Thompson
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Linville, Steven R

"Drag Race" Watch Party

Add to Calendar8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Join QSOC and United DePauw for their weekly Drag Race watch party! All are welcome!  #CampusLife #TalksAndArts #CDI

Location: CDI Jason Asbury and David Smith East Media Lounge (Room 117)
Organization: Multicultural + International Life
Organizer: Abtahi, Matthew Ahmad

Fri Feb 16

Music of the 21st Century Closing Concert

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Visit http://music.depauw.edu/events/calendar/ for more information.

#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Kresge
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Linville, Steven R

Mon Feb 19

McDermond Center Women in Economics & Business: Audrey Wessel

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 12:20 pm

Audrey Wessel

In-House Counsel

CMG Worldwide

free and open to the public

rsvp to womeninbusiness@depauw.edu

#McDermondCtr #SkillsAndFutures #TalksAndArts

Location: Julian 161
Organization: Ctr for Managmnt + Entrepreneurship
Organizer: Smith, Sandra Beth

Menna Demessie Black History Month Speaker Presentation

Add to Calendar8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Free and open to the public.  #AfricanaStudies #TalksAndArts #SocialSciences #Humanities

Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organization: Africana Studies
Organizer: Woodall, Pamela A Sociology and Anthropology

Tue Feb 20

Craft Talk: Marilyn Chin, the Mary Rogers Field and Marion Field-McKenna Distinguished University Professor of Creative Writing

Add to Calendar4:15 pm – 5:45 pm

This craft talk, sponsored by the Mary Rogers Field and Marion Field-McKenna Distinguished University Professor of Creative Writing in affiliation with the Kelly Writers Series, will feature Marily Chin, our visiting professor of creatie writing who is on campus during the spring semester 2018.

This event is free and open to the public.

#TalksAndArts #English #KellyWritersSeries

Location: Peeler Art Center Aud
Organization: English
Organizer: Weltz, Annie Harris

Wed Feb 21

Faculty Teaching Forum: Inclusive Pedagogy, Leigh-Anne Goins (Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies), Gloria Townsend (Computer Science) and Khadija Stewart (Computer Science)

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 1:00 pm

#FacultyDevelopment #TalksandArts

Location: Olin Building Aud 123
Organization: Academic Affairs Dept
Organizer: Dayhuff, Ashley Michelle

The McDermond Center Industry Insight Series:Sales

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 12:30 pm

McDermond Center Industry Insight Panel:Sales

Gene Thiem '86

Retired Senior Sales Director

Eli Lilly and Company

Meggie Dials '03

Regional Vice President of Sales-Salesforce Marketing Cloud HLS

Salesforce

Mark Hancock

President

Victory Lap LLC

Free and Open to the Public

RSVP to Sandy Smith at swsmith@depauw.edu

#McDermondCtr #SkillsAndFutures #TalksAndArts

Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organization: Ctr for Managmnt + Entrepreneurship
Organizer: Smith, Sandra Beth

WGSS presents Dr Brian Sweeney (Long Island University) discussing Masculinity

Add to Calendar4:15 pm – 5:45 pm

Free and open to the public.

#TalksAndArts #Humanities #SocialSciences

Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organization: Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies
Organizer: Suarez, Alicia E Sociology and Anthropology

Green Guest Concert: Seraphic Fire

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Visit http://music.depauw.edu/events/calendar/ for more information.

#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Kresge
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Linville, Steven R

Kelly Writers Series presents: Faculty Reading

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Come hear the English Department faculty read from their latest works in this annual Kelly Writers Seriese event.

Free and open to the public.

#TalksAndArts #KellyWritersSeries #English

Location: Peeler Art Center Aud
Organization: English
Organizer: Weltz, Annie Harris

Thu Feb 22

"Drag Race" Watch Party

Add to Calendar8:10 pm – 10:00 pm

Join QSOC and United DePauw for their weekly Drag Race watch party! All are welcome!  #CampusLife #TalksAndArts #CDI

Location: CDI Jason Asbury and David Smith East Media Lounge (Room 117)
Organization: Multicultural + International Life
Organizer: Abtahi, Matthew Ahmad

Fri Feb 23

Nejla Routsong '00-"Digital Marketing & Data Analytics in the Age of Sustainability" Workshop

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 2:00 pm

Nejla Routsong '00 is a profesor of business and marketing, and a sustainable rental housing developer based in Bloomington, Indiana.  She has an MA in international political economics from the University of Kent and an MBA from Ball State University.  In the early 2000's, Routsong taught herself digital marketing and data analytics to give her an edge in her marketing career, helping attract an audience for organizations as diverse as Beckman Coulter Life Sciences in Indianapolis to the United Nations Foundation in Washington DC.  Since 2015, she has been a full-time professor and focused her energies on developing environmentally sustainable rental property in Bloomington.   This event is free and open to the public.  #TalksAndArts  #PulliamCtr

Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organization: Pulliam Ctr for Contemporary Media
Organizer: Cherry, Amy B Pulliam Ctr for Contemporary Media

God And Morality: A Debate between Erik Wielenberg (DePauw U) and William Lane Craig (Biola U and Houston Baptist U) on Ethics & Theism, live-streamed from North Carolina State University

Add to Calendar6:45 pm – 8:45 pm

Sponsored by the Philosophy Department through a generous gift from William S. Hamrick, DePauw '66  Free and open to the public. For more on the speakers, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Lane_Craig and http://dpuadweb.depauw.edu/ewielenberg_web/

#TalksAndArts #Humanities

Location: Memorial Student Union Building Campus Life south meeting area
Organizer: Nightenhelser, Keith E Convocations

Tue Feb 27

McDermond Center Entrepreneurship Series:R.J. Talyor '02

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 12:30 pm

McDermond Center Entrepreneurship Series: Speaker

R.J. Talyor '02

CEO & Founder

Quantifi Inc.

Free and open to the public

#McDermondCtr #SkillsAndFutures #TalksAndArts

 

Location: Julian 157
Organization: Ctr for Managmnt + Entrepreneurship
Organizer: Smith, Sandra Beth

Wed Feb 28

The Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture present "Meet the Future"

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

The world's first artificial intelligence-fueled android, Sophia, and her creator, David Hanson will deliver a speech, take questions from the audience, and offer insights into the world of tomorrow that we're already entering today.  This event is free and open to all.  For more information, visit:  https://www.depauw.edu/news-media/latest-news/details/33398/

Wednesday, 2/28/18 at 7:30 PM

Green Center for Performing Arts, Kresge Auditorium

#TalksAndArts #Humanities #NaturalSciences #SocialSciences

Location: GCPA Kresge
Organization: Presidential Staff
Organizer: Confer-Staggers, Erin L Presidential Staff