Fordham GSAS: Grad. Life: Upcoming Events in the GSAS for March

Monday, March 4, 2013

Upcoming Events in the GSAS for March

    Hi Readers! Happy Monday, and welcome March! Here are some upcoming events to look out for for the next few weeks in the GSAS. 

Monday, March 4th (Today), 1 to 3 pm:
What: The Heroic Imagination: How Can We Inspire Our Students for Heroic Actions? A public forum with Philip G. Zimbardo
When: March 4th, 1-3pm
Where: Flom Auditorium, Walsh Library, Rose Hill Campus
Sponsored by: Psychology Department and The Center for Teaching Excellence

Philip Zimbardo is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Stanford University, a renowned psychologist and teacher, the lead investigator on the famous Stanford Prison Experiment, and author of Psychology and Life, a very widely used introductory psychology textbook. He is a popular TED speaker (, the host of the 1990 and 2001 PBS series Discovering Psychology. 

For more information:

Wednesday, March 6th, 5:30 pm:
WhatSwanstrom-Baerwald Award Ceremony
When: Wednesday, 6 March 2013  | 5:30 p.m.
Where: Rose Hill Campus  |  Keating Hall 1st Auditorium    
Co-sponsored by: The Graduate Program in International Political Ecomony and Development (IPED) and Fordham's Office of the President and Catholic Relief Services

Thursday, March 7th, 1-2:30pm

WhatGetting Published Series: Publication Workshop led by Professor Brian Norman of Loyola of Baltimore and Greg Nicholl, acquiring editor at Johns Hopkins University Press
When: Thursday, March 7, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM 
Where: Rose Hill, DE203
Sponsored by: The GSAS

More Info: You must register to attend. Click here:

Thursday, March 7th, 4pm

What: "Dead Woman Wanting: Toni Morrison's Beloved and the Problem of the Ugly CItizen": A lecture by Professor Brian Norman of Loyola of Baltimore 
When: Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 4pm 
Where: O'Hare Special Collections Room, Walsh Library, Rose Hill

Saturday, March 9th -- Sunday March 10: 
What33rd Annual Conference of the Center for Medieval Studies: Putting England in its Place: Cultural Production and Cultural Relations in the High Middle Ages
When: Saturday, 9 March — Sunday, 10 March 2013
WhereLincoln Center Campus | Lowenstein | 12th-floor Lounge
Register Online

Remember to contact me here at the blog if you want any of your events posted! Have a great Monday! -- Liza


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