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The John J. Witmeyer III Dean's Colloquium series, which invites distinguished alumni back to campus to discuss their careers, presents psychiatrist and learning differences specialist Ned Hallowell. He is the founder of the Hallowell Centers, which specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of learning differences, especially attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and dyslexia, in adults and children. Having both ADHD and dyslexia himself, he sees them not as disorders but rather as traits that can confer enormous benefit.

Come to an NCI Information Session to learn more about the NCI summer internship grant, research grants, PLEN and Feminist Camp grants, and the NCI Women to Women Mentoring Program. The sessions are at the NCI House (7025 Freret).

Join RA Jeong for our campus program, "Dialogues on Difference: Race and Racism"!

This workshop will give participants an opportunity to engage in dialogue around race and racism, and look at the ways in which systemic racism operates. 

This program will take place on March 20th (Tuesday) at 5:30 PM in the LBC Race Room (2nd floor). Meet RA Jeong in the Weatherhead Lobby at 5:15 PM!

See you then!

"Newcomb College French, 1890-1910: Marie Augustin and Louisiana's Francophone Renaissance"

“Measuring Women’s Political Empowerment across the Globe: Strategies, Challenges, and Future Research”

“Queering the (South) African Archive”

"2018 Salzer Lecture: Susan Komives"

“A Fatal Example for Slavery: Pregnancy, Race, and Legal Status in Late Colonial Cuba”

Title: “Defining Family Through the Legislative Process: The Indian Child Welfare Act, The Multiethnic Placement Act, and The Interethnic Adoption Provisions”

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