The Social, Cultural, and Critical Theory GIDP Program is delighted to announce their upcoming event: Creative Interference.
Catch a free screening of a film by Dr. Len Necefer, Chair of American Indian Studies GIDP, with REI and the Wilderness Society
Catch a free film screening by Dr. Len Necefer, Chair of American Indian Studies GIDP, with REI and the Wilderness Society Saturday, 31st, 2019 at the REI located on 160 W Wetmore Rd Tucson, AZ 85705.
24th Annual Undergraduate Research Opportunities Consortium (UROC) Research Conference Poster Session
Event Keynote Speaker: Desiree Vega Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Psychology
Plucky in Love
Bin Hu, guitar
& Jing Xia, guzheng
July 24, 2019, 7:00 pm
One local couple has combined their performing talents on two very different string instruments to create a transformative experience for concertgoers.
Do you need summer deadlines to keep your fellowship applications on track?
The Summer 2019 Fellowship Application Support Program offers three deadlines and writing support to assist UA students in completing fellowship applications over the summer.
Eligibility: UA students who are undergraduates applying for post-graduate support OR graduate students applying to graduate or post-doctoral support. Students do not have to be on campus to participate.
OVERVIEW: Two Indigenous storytellers, Amanda Cheromiah (Pueblo of Laguna) and Alejandro Higuera (Pascua Yaqui) share one narrative: The endurance and longevity of Indigenous runners. Featuring two films, A Scholar’s Pace: A Running Narrative of Indigenous Feat is a documentary that captures the narratives of Indigenous People who use running as an important means to navigate their professional, personal and educational journey and beyond. The second film, Resiliency Through Running is a short documentary about the Pascua Yaqui Tribe Flag Run.
Grad Slam is a campus-wide competition for the best 3-minute graduate student presentation of a research or creative project. It is an excellent opportunity for students to enhance their communication skills and is an effective way of showcasing to the UA community and the public the innovative research and creative work associated with graduate education at the UA.
All disciplines are encouraged to participate. All talks must be live oral presentations. And did we mention that presenters could win an award of $3000?
Dates and Schedule
North American Conference in Iranian Linguistics
April 19th-April 21st
For more information regarding the conference and what you need to attend, please refer to the ROSHAN GIDP webpage.
Fantasy and Imagination in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Projections, dreams, and illusion
The Second Language and Acquisition and Teaching GIDP colloquium speaker series will span over the next few months! The next event in the series will take place on March 22nd and will spotlight Dr. Jill Koyama, an Associate Professor in Educational Policy Studies and Practice. For more information and updates on the event, please refer to the SLAT GIDP website.
The Indigenous Foods, Energy, and Water Systems (FEWS), GIDP Minor, is hosting a professional speaker series for anyone interested to attend! The next speaker is Joan Timeche from the Native Nations Institute and the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy. The event will be held on March 13th at 3pm in ENR2 room N595. The following and final speaker is Ronson Chee on April 17th.