MALS Spring Forum
Saturday, April 30
East Hall, Room 106 (former Law/Grad building)
MALS Grads Share Synthesis Projects
I went to this last year, and it was amazing. It's the MALS equivalent of MFA thesis readings. Graduates get a chunk of time to talk about their research and findings and read out loud a bit. Come and listen to what they've been thinking about for years. You won't regret it.
The following students will be sharing the critical research and analysis from their synthesis projects:
- Jason Maher You Are Here: Lessons from the Evacuation of British Children During World War II
- Cynthia Rapacz From Resistance to Trust: Empowering the At-Risk Student through Sustainable Teaching
- Gabrielle Rose Once and Future Rebels: A Lyric Inquiry into the Roles of Myth and Disobedience in the Human Endeavor Towards the Divine
Other details: Free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be available throughout the afternoon. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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