Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Reminders of Upcoming GSAS Events!
Hello All! Here are some events occurring around the GSAS in the upcoming days!
Wednesday, January 30:
What: Economics Round Table: "The Financial Cliff: The Economics of How We Got There, Where We Are, and Where We Are Going"
When: Wednesday, January 30, 2013
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Where: 12th-floor Lounge | Lowenstein Center | Lincoln Center Campus
Info: The panel discussion will feature some of the foremost economic leaders in New York. For a list of panelists and to RSVP, click here.
Wednesday, January 30:
What: Dept. of Theology Lecture, by Prof. David Gushee of Mercer University
When: Weds, January 30, 5:00 PM
Where: Tognino Hall, Duane Library, Rose Hill Campus
Info: The Department of Theology will sponsor a lecture by Prof. David Gushee of Mercer University (Professor of Christian Ethics and Director of the Center on Theology and Public Life) related to his just-published book, The Sacredness of Human Life, with book signing afterwards. Prof. Gushee is a major voice in contemporary conversations about religion, politics and ethics on topics from the environment to nuclear proliferation, and abortion to torture.
Monday, February 4:
What: Medieval Studies Lecture Series, by Tia Kolbaba (Rutgers University), entitled "All Things are clear and open that are in the divine scriptures": Interpretative Ideals and Polemical Purposes in Byzantine Exegesis
When: Monday, 4 February 2013 | 5:15 p.m.
Where: Rose Hill Campus | McGinley Center Faculty Lounge
Info: Co-sponsored with Orthodox Christian Studies
Wednesday, February 6:
What: Workshop for Fordham Grad Students at the New York Public Library
When: Wed, Feb 6, 2:00-4:00PM.
Where: New York Public Library, 42nd St and 5th Ave.
Info: The New York Public Library has kindly agreed to offer a workshop to Fordham Graduate Students who wish to learn how to use the digital mapping tool, Map Warper. Space is limited and available on a first come, first served basis. The NYPL Map Warper is a tool for digitally aligning ("rectifying") historical maps from the NYPL's collections to match today's precise maps. This workshop is for anyone interested in learning a new digital tool, particularly for people using maps in their research. Sign up by clicking here. Follow the Fordham Graduate Student Digital Humanities on Facebook.
Thursday, Feb 7:
What: Careers in Ethics, A Panel of Professionals and Ethics and Society Graduates
When: Thursday, February 7, 2013, 6:30PM
Where: Walsh Library, O'Hare Special Collections Room - Rose Hill Campus
Info: Interested in pursuing a career in ethics? Join us for an exciting panel of outside professionals and Ethics and Society graduates engaged in or pursuing a variety of ethics-related careers. Reception with panelists to follow. Event is free and open to all!