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Category: LecturesEnglish Lecture Series: Roundtable Follow-Up Discussion to Paul Jay’s Lecture

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October 28, 2014

Classroom Office Building, Room 137

Participants:

  • Dr. David Detmer
  • Dr. Kathleen Tobin
  • Dr. Shawn Slavin

Sponsored by Graduate Program in English

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Category: GeneralGraduation Expo

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November 6, 2014

GRADUATION EXPO 11-6-2014 (for Kim Frazier) (1)
Student Union and Library Building, first floor concourse
  • Get graduation information
  • Pick up commencement ticket
    • Purchase your own cap and gown
    • Sign up for Purdue Alumni Calumet membership
    • Shop for rings, announcements, diploma frames, and more

Graduation Expo

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Category: GeneralProfessional Development Series Workshop: Multicultural Picturebooks in Early Childhood

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November 11, 2014

Classroom Office Building, Room 137

Led by Dr. Su-Jeong Wee

Open to the public, RSVP to rodda@purduecal.edu by 11/7/14 ($5 cash due at attendance)

Sponsored by Human Development and Family Studies Program

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Category: GeneralExploring Immersive Virtual Worlds and Serious Games for the Writing Classroom

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November 19, 2014

Classroom Office Building, Room 338

Professor Mark Mabrito, Department of English & Philosophy, will report on a workshop that he conducted this summer with graduate students related with immersive virtual world and serious games for the writing classroom. This session is the third event of the English Graduate Program’s 2014-15 Lecture Series, under the theme of “The Humanities Today”.

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Category: GeneralStory Slam Competition

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November 20, 2014

Calumet Falls, Student Union and Library Building

Hosted by author and “Moth StorySLAM” champ Matthew Dicks.

This event is free and open to alumni, students, and friends of Purdue University Calumet.

  *   On the night of the event, anyone can submit their name to participate.
  *   A drawing at the Story Slam will determine who competes.
  *   Each story must be 5 minutes in length and focus around the theme: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Deeds.
  *   The judges will choose the best story and the top 3 winners to receive a prize.

Pizza and refreshments will be served.

Story Slam Competition

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