Phi Alpha Theta invites you to the History APEX Fellowship Info Session on Tuesday, December 3 at 11am in the Kauke Tower!
Come hear from 2019 History APEX Fellows! Learn about great opportunities in History and how you can apply for an APEX Fellowship.
Featuring 2019 APEX Fellows:
- Emily Beuter ’20: National First Ladies’ Library
- Ingrid Buckley ’20: Southeast Ohio History Center
- Georgina Tierney ’22: Maine Historical Society
We hope to see you there!
The Center for Entrepreneurship invites you to join us on Tuesday, November 19th from 6:30PM-7:30PM in APEX Commons for desserts, discussion, and Ryan Florio, TeaEO of Inca Tea, where he will share how he quit his job at 38 to start a tea company. Inca Tea specializes in teas derived from an ancient Incan recipe that uses antioxidant-rich purple corn. Ryan started his company with $300 and now sells his teas in Whole Foods, Kroger, Target, Giant Eagle, Earth Fare & Freshthyme. His brand now includes Inca Tea Cafes and a line of Kombucha called Inca Buch. The event is open to everyone so please share with others.
I write to share an invitation from Phi Alpha Theta president Savanna Hitlan:
Hello! I am Savanna Hitlan and I am the President of Phi Alpha Theta (PAT), the history honors society on campus. I wanted to let you all know about an upcoming event co-hosted by PAT and the Political Science Club.
As many of you know, the U.S., for the fourth time in the history of the nation, is currently beginning trials for the impeachment of President Donald Trump. In loom of that, our two clubs have come together to create an event that can help students and faculty alike understand the situation from a historical and political science lens.
Professor Roche (History) and Professor Bas van Doorn (Political Science) have agreed to demonstrate their interpretations of the impeachment trials. They each will give about a six to ten minute synopsis of their points and once both done we will open the floor to any questions that the general audience may have. One person from each of the above clubs will moderate.
If that wasn’t enough, there will also be snacks provided by Spoon.
The event will be held Tuesday, November 19, from 7:00-8:00pm in Kauke 038.
Hope to see you all there!
Have a nice day!
Interested in careers in history? Thinking about graduate school? Or just wondering how a history degree can help you find a job after college?
Come learn more: Thursday 11/14 at 11am in the Kauke Tower
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion invites you to celebrate Native American Heritage Month with our kickoff event this Thursday, November 7 at 7PM in the Andrews Library Core. Join the Native American Indian Center of Central Ohio in learning about native foods and their origins.
Then sit back and relax on November 20 from 11AM to 1PM in the Lowry Pit and enjoy the sounds of Cherokee singer/songwriter Michael Jacobs.
The Painful Hope: An Israeli Settler and a Palestinian Activist in Dialogue, which is free and open to the public. This event will be held on Thursday, November 7th, 7:30 p.m., in Lean Lecture Room of Wishart Hall.
Shadi Abu Awwad – was born into a family of proud Palestinian leaders who were at the helm of the first Palestinian intifada (uprising). Imbued with a deep hatred for Israelis as a child, his family underwent a major transformation and were among the pioneers who reached across the divide to their Jewish neighbors to work together to create a shared vision for their future. Shadi now builds a new generation of Palestinians and Israelis who can confront problems between their communities while acknowledging each other’s shared humanity.
Hanan Schlesinger – is an Orthodox rabbi and teacher, and passionate Zionist settler who was profoundly transformed by his friendship and exchanges with local Palestinians. His understanding and perceptions of the Middle East conflicts, and of Zionism, have been utterly complicated by his introduction to the parallel universe they share.
Please join Shadi and Hanan and hear their personal, interconnected stories and share the groundbreaking and challenging grassroots work of Roots. They bring their deep conviction that understanding, and trust are the prerequisites for lasting justice, freedom, and peace on the tiny sliver of land they both call home.
Sponsored by: Middle Eastern and North African Studies, the Department of History, the Department of Religious Studies, Global and International Studies and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life. Made possible by the Kornfeld Fund.
Please join us for this month’s Wooster Science Café next Tuesday, November 5th from 7-8pm. It will be in the Excelsior Room at Spoon Market & Deli (144 W Liberty St, Wooster). Please come early if you would like to get food and eat before the café and you can bring these upstairs to enjoy during the cafe. There will also be light appetizers provided for free by Spoon. We hope you will come early to mingle.
Michele Leiby, in Political Science at The College of Wooster, will share the results of a community-based research project on the lives of Central American immigrants in rural Ohio. The discussion will include consideration of the factors driving immigration from Central America to the United States and how U.S. immigration policies impact the lives of immigrants. It will conclude with consideration of evidence-based strategies for effectively advocating for immigrants’ human rights.
On behalf of International Student Services and the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, please join us as we kick-off International Education Week with our annual Culture Show – Neon Garden. It is a fun and educational night full of cultural performances that showcase the diverse backgrounds of our student body! The event will be on Saturday, November 2 from 7:00-9:00pm in McGaw Chapel and is open to the Wooster community free of charge.
We hope to see you there!
International Student Services and the Culture Show Committee
Dr. Metin Eren, assistant professor of anthropology at Kent State University, will present “Experimental Archaeology: Reverse Engineering the Past” on Friday, Oct. 18, at 7:30 p.m., in Lean Lecture Room of Wishart Hall (303 E. University St.) at The College of Wooster. Reception to follow.