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Fall 2020

And Now This! The 2020 USI Art and Design Faculty Exhibition
McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries
August 24 - October 16

Philosophy Club presents:
Prison Abolition
Rethinking "Justice" in the U.S. Criminal Justice System

September 29 at 7 p.m.

Zoom Meeting ID: 918 3262 1655

Virtual Liberal Arts Faculty Colloquium Series

  • October 2: Dr. Laura Lutgen-Nieves
  • November 6: Dr. Mary Lyn Stoll
  • December 4: Dr. Sri Dandotkar

Sociology Club presents:
The Pandemic and Social Change

Four speakers from the College of Liberal Arts will talk about changes they see in their departments followed by a question and answer session for students who would like to share their experiences.

Featured faculty members:

  • Dr. Oana Armeanu
    Associate Professor of Political Science and Chair of Political Science, Public Administration and Philosophy Department
  • Mr. Thomas Drury
    Instructor in Music
  • Dr. Crystal Steltenpohl
    Assistant Professor of Psychology
  • Dr. Stephen Zehr
    Professor of Sociology

Wednesday, October 7 from 4:30 - 6 p.m.

Zoom Meeting ID: TBA

USI Theatre Productions

Two live-streamed productions this fall.

Songs for A New World - USI Theatre performance

  • Songs for A New World
    Recorded live performance debuts on October 8 at 2 p.m.
    To purchase tickets, visit the USI Theatre webpage

  • It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play
    November 19-22

Global Salon SeriesGlobal Salon Series presents:

Health and Healthcare in Kenya

Dr. Jeri Burger
Associate Professor of Nursing​

October 15 at 1 p.m.
Zoom ID: TBA

American Women’s Suffrage Amendment Symposium
November 9-13, 2020
Individual and Class Submissions Welcome

The University of Southern Indiana’s Gender Studies Committee in partnership with Africana Studies and Global Studies is hosting a symposium in November 2020 to exhibit student research, art and other creative works that focus on the celebration of the women’s suffrage amendment, its complicated legacy and the challenges that lay ahead. This symposium aims to explore the complicated history of women’s suffrage in the United States and beyond, as well as the question of citizenship, and who has access to citizenship.

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