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A Murder Mystery Party With a Dose of Science
Professor Kim Brien
Food, Gender, and Culture
Professor Sarah Ifft Decker
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Tales from Around the World
Professor Nina Morais
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African Youth, International Soccer, and Conflicting Goals: Belly of the Atlantic by Fatou Diome
Professor Abou-Bakar Mamah
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The Cultural Relevance of Horror: Scary Stories by Mariana Enríquez
Professor Alberto del Pozo Martinez (Modern Languages and Literatures)
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Art and Artificial Intelligence
Professor Karl Erickson
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Learning to Remember: How does memory work? How do we improve it?
Professor Geoff Maddox
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Conversation with Danielle Chapman: Holler: A Poet Among Patriots
Facilitated by Professor Amy Benson
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Explorations in Disability Studies
Facilitated by Professor Charles Hughes (Urban Studies)
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Teaching English as a Foreign Language: 20-Hour Certificate
Dr. Erin Hillis
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Conversation with Marjorie Garber: Shakespeare After All
Facilitated by Professor Scott Newstok
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Interrogating Inequities: Conversations on Health and Justice
Professor Duane Loynes (Urban Studies)
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