The SOURCE Summer Research Symposium will showcase outstanding undergraduate presentations of their in-depth research, scholarly, and creative work and facilitate engaging conversations about fascinating topics. The entire campus community is invited to attend and celebrate the exciting research and discovery of our undergraduate students! We will host two sessions, one virtual and one in-person. Tuesday, August 10th, 1pm-5pm via Zoom (registration information forthcoming) Wednesday, August 11th, 10am-12pm, poster session on the first floor of Bird Library Please check back later for more information and a schedule of presenters.
Poet Terrance Hayes discusses how he, and other poets, have used, recycled, expanded, and exploded poetic conventions–especially traditional form–for their own artistic purposes.
The Philosophy Department welcomes Professor Tamar Schapiro from MIT for a talk. The talk will be followed by a one hour Q&A.
The Philosophy Department welcomes Professor Sarah Moss from University of Michigan for a lecture at the annual William P. Alston Lecture Series.
The Philosophy Department welcomes Professor Renée Jorgenson Bolinger from the University of Michigan for a talk. The talk will be followed by a one-hour Q&A.