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Archived Events 2012-2013
Tufts Music presents "Kiniwe"
Friday, April 19, 2013
Distler Performance Hall, Granoff Music Center
20 Talbot Ave., Medford
Instrumental music, songs, and dancing from Ewe and Ga traditions
of West Africa (Ghana) featuring Tufts Kiniwe, the Agbekor Society,
Nani Agbeli, and special guest Saeed Abbas.
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Magdalena Campos-Pons: My Mother Told Me (working title)
Exhibition on view: September 5 – December 15, 2013
Tisch Family Gallery, Tufts University Art Gallery
Public Opening Reception: Thursday, September 12, 2013, 5:30-8:00pm
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Diversity Science Colloquium Series
Friday, April 5, 2013
Nelson Auditorium, Anderson Hall
"Double Isolation: How Stereotypes Limit Women's Career Choices and Opportunities"
Dr. Sapna Cheryan, University of Washington
Abstract: Despite having made significant inroads into a variety of
traditionally male-dominated fields, women continue to be underrepresented in computer
science. Dr. Cheryan's research examines whether stereotypes of computer scientists steer
women away from computer science. She further examines how to broaden the image of computer
science using environments, role models, and the media.
The Diversity Science Colloquium Series seeks to promote discourse and exploration of
the benefits and challenges associated with work, study, and life on a diverse college
campus. Speakers communicate the findings of empirical research exploring the impact of
race, gender, ethnicity and a variety of other factors at play in diverse communities.
The series is open to all members of the Tufts Community and to all interested visitors.
The series is organized by the Department of Psychology, with the generous support of
Office of the Provost.
For additional information, contact Keith Maddox, Department of Psychology,
Africa And the New World/Africana Studies Student Meeting
Friday March 29th from 11:30-1:30 in Eaton 121
Africana Studies will be holding a student meeting on Friday
March 29th from 11:30-1:30 in Eaton 121. Any students
interested in learning more about the Africa and the New
World or Africana Studies programs are invited to join and
come with questions. In order to prepare accordingly, please
contact Paula Aymer
if you plan on attending.
Disorder and the Unappreciated Order:
Women, Migration, and Labor in Mozambique
Prof. Jeanne Marie Penvenne, Ph.D.
Monday, March 4, 2013
The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
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The Fletcher Africana Club and The Fletcher Global Women Club are sponsoring this event.
There will be pizza, light refreshments and cashews.