1. BENEATH THE SURFACE: Student Curator Monica Fenton discusses Penn Museum's new exhibition

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    On view February 7 through November 1, 2015 Penn Museum University of Pennsylvania Spectacular finds at the Precolumbian cemetery of Sitio Conte in central Panama shed light on a mysterious and complex society that thrived there more than 1,000 years ago. A high chieftain's grave site is featured; excavated by Penn Museum archaeologist J. Alden Mason in 1940, the burial contained glittering gold adornments and plaques embossed with animal-human motifs, pottery, tools, and weapons. This new exhibition offers contemporary perspectives on the people and culture from a range of scholars and scientists. http://www.penn.museum/current-changing-exhibits/beneath-the-surface.html

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    • Gabriel Manriquez and the Master of Nonprofit Leadership Program

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      Listen to Gabriel Manriquez describe the value of leadership that is a foundational part of the Master of Nonprofit Leadership (MNPL) program at Seattle University.

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      • Ms. CAS 2015

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        • Education Abroad - Oaxaca, Mexico

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          UK’s summer Geography program in Oaxaca, Mexico is focused on Social and Environmental Issues and features opportunities for guided research projects. The program runs every summer. The dates for 2015 are June 11 to August 7th, 2015. Coursework entails in-depth learning about the diverse environments of Southern Mexico, as well as about the rich and heterogeneous cultures of Oaxaca’s distinct regions. The coursework stresses the historical and contemporary dimensions of the relationship between the peoples of Oaxaca, the land and resources and a global political economy. Students in the program sign up for three UK Geography courses (3 credits each). The courses are taught by UK Adjunct Professor Oliver Froehling and other local experts. The courses involve many field excursions and opportunities to learn about the landscapes and peoples of Southern Mexico and the issues that are facing them. Students are placed in homestays with local families. UK students who have gone on this program in recent years have reported that they learned a great deal and feel that the program has had a major impact on their lives. You can find basic information about the Program here: http://abroad.ad.uky.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=11371 and here: https://geography.as.uky.edu/summer-program-oaxaca-mexico You may also enjoy these resources which give a flavor of the wonderful city and State of Oaxaca, Mexico: http://youtu.be/pqHpuRKjAwE and http://youtu.be/ivtGkaQ-KKM While summer 2015 may seem a long time away, it will approach faster than you think! So as you think about whether this program is for you, please feel free to contact the Program Director, Oliver Froehling, at orfroe01@uky.edu .

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          • CESL Stars: Helen Gulgun Bukulmez

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            • Stanley Brunn: Life as a Geographer

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              a Q&A session with Emeritus Professor Stanley Brunn October 17th, 2014 Presented by: The University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences

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              • Building Philadelphia • Spring 2015 Art & Culture Freshman Seminar

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                ARTH 100-301 • Building Philadelphia Instructor: David Brownlee | Professor, History of Art Department Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:00-4:30pm This seminar will explore the 330-year history of Philadelphia by examining fifteen or so dozen notable works of architecture and urban planning. Each week, the seminar will meet in a classroom and (usually) visit a site. We will meet with some of the architects and planners of recent projects. The objects of study will include the plan for Philadelphia (William Penn and Thomas Holme,1683), Christ Church (John Keasley,1727-44,1754), Samuel Powel House (Robert Smith[?], 1765), Fairmount Waterworks (Frederick Graff, sr. 1819-21, Frederick Graff, jr. 1859-62), Eastern State Penitentiary (John Haviland, 1821 ff), Please Touch Museum (originally the art museum of the Centennial Exhibition, Hermann Schwarzman,1875-6), Fisher Fine Arts Library (originally University Library, Frank Furness 1888-91), University Museum (Wilson Eyre, etc.,1894-1929), Benjamin Franklin Parkway (many designers, 1907-18), PSFS Building (George Howe and William Lescaze,1926-32), Richards Medical Research Building (Louis Kahn, 1957-64), Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia (Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, 2007-12), Dilworth Plaza (Stephen Kieran and James Timberlake, and Olin partners, 2010- ), Philadelphia2035 master plan (Deputy Mayor Alan Greenberger, 2009-12). http://www.sas.upenn.edu/curriculum/freshman-seminars/seminars http://www.sas.upenn.edu/arthistory/people/profile/david-brownlee

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                • It's Academic 09-18-2014

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                  The first edition of It’s Academic for Fall 2014 with host Carrie R. Franklund delving into the student involvement with research at Ferris State University, background on the different disciplines, and upcoming developments for research. Dr.Rick S. Kurtz, Dean for the College of Arts and Sciences, briefs viewers colleges at FSU with ongoing research, what the student-scholar model means, and a new lab proposal with a grant from Shimadzu Corporation. Dr.Beth Zimmer, Associate Professor of Biology, goes over her research and how valuable student assistance is with her work and Dan Langenburg, fourth year pharmacy student, tells of his experiences during a summer research fellowship at Ferris.

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                  • Attracting Students in the Humanities: Five Stellar Faculty Members Share Their Successes for Inspiring Students

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                    Five faculty panelists from Cornell's College of Arts and Sciences discuss ideas and practices for engaging students in humanities classes. Participants: Cheryl Finley, History of Art and Visual Studies; Stacey A. Langwick, Anthropology; Steven Pond, Music; Aaron Sachs, History; Dagmawi Woubshet, English

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                    • Food and Fire: Archaeology in the Laboratory • Fall 2014 Freshman Seminar

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                      Instructor: Katherine M. Moore, Adjunct Associate Professor Anthropology This freshman seminar will let students explore the essential heritage of human technology through archaeology. People have been transforming their environment from the first use of fire for cooking. Since then, humans have adapted to the world they created using the resources around them. We use artifacts to understand how the archaeological record can be used to trace breakthroughs such as breaking stone and bone, baking bread, weaving cloth and firing pottery and metals. The seminar will meet in the Penn Museum’s new Center for the Analysis of Archaeological Materials. Students will become familiar with the Museum’s collections and the scientific methods used to study different materials. Class sessions will include discussions, guest presentations, museum field trips, and hands-on experience in the laboratory. ANTH 148 401 CLST 148 401 Monday | 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. https://www.college.upenn.edu/freshman-seminars http://provost.upenn.edu/initiatives/arts/academics/fall-2014-art-culture-freshman-seminars

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