Phi Alpha Theta encourages all students to join us for our Welcome Back beginning-of-semester event. All are welcome to drop by when you can and stay as long as you like!
Food and drinks will be provided. Sponsored by CSO & PAT.
Dr. Timothy Heubner will give his lecture "Presidential Leadership in a Nation Divided: Lincoln, the Constitution, and the Civil War", which examines Abraham Lincoln's leadership during the Civil War.
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All are welcome to join us for the 24th annual Miami International Map Fair! Immerse yourself in a world of antique maps, rare books, and atlases. Purchase antiquities or modern treasures, and enjoy the presentation on Celestial Cartography at 11 AM.
This talk will combine the scholarly history of the crimes of the German military with the disturbing trend
of alt-right attitudes in the community of reenactors who choose to portray German units. While focusing
on the ways in which the German military were deeply complicit in the Holocaust, this presentation will
conclude with a brief analysis of the some of the ways in which this history is rejected by those in the
reenacting community. Click the link above for more information.
Christopher Carter is Assistant Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of San Diego. Dr. Carter’s lecture will explore the relationship between religion, food, and cultural identity among African Americans by examining the U.S. food system and the impact that current policies and practices have on black people. For more information, click the link above.
Phi Alpha Theta would like to invite all students to attend a CAREER PANEL. A few of our own graduate students will discuss the jobs and careers in Business, Journalism, Teaching, Museum, Law, Military they went right into after finishing their BA, how they moved into those careers, and how YOU might too! Snacks will be provided.
Have you wanted your students to do a digital project, but don't know where to start? This 1-hour workshop by Drs. Royles and Landrum will share our assignment sheets and design principles for student group research projects using the popular blog platform WordPress. We'll show some examples of student projects, discuss our learning objectives for these projects, and provide tips on navigating common pitfalls. No WordPress experience is required. Faculty and advanced graduate students welcome.