Stacey Springs, PhD, Brown University Center for Evidence Synthesis in Health presents Interdisciplinary Collaboration & Community Engaged Research: Lessons learned working in and across disciplinary boundaries.
The Klutznick Chair, Kripke Center, Harris Center and Schwalb Center present The 31st Annual Symposium on Jewish Civilization: Authority and Dissent in Jewish Life.
With the support of Humanities Nebraska, the UNO Islamic Studies Program and Sustained Dialogue are organizing a lecture by and follow-up discussion with Dr. Rosemary Corbett of Bard College; Nov. 1.
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