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To Share or Not to Share

Are you a graduate student working on a thesis or dissertation? Come join us for an informal workshop on sharing scholarship in the digital age. We’ll talk about copyright, embargoes, and depositing your work in Lehigh’s institutional repository, Lehigh Preserve. We'll also discuss some of the many reasons you may or may not want to make your work open access. Sponsored by the Lehigh University Libraries.

Friday, October 24th @ 11:00 am-12:00 pm
Humanities Center

Questions? Contact Heather Simoneau (hms207@lehigh.edu) or Annie Johnson (anj314@lehigh.edu).
 
The highlight of the Pride Center's LGBT history month programming for October 2014  includes a campus visit by Janet Mock and Ryan Sallans. These two leaders and activists for the transgender community have both written important memoirs about their personal journeys. The Pride Center, in partnership with WGSS, is sponsoring a reading group for students, faculty, and staff to read and discuss their books (Redefining Realness by Janet Mock and Second Son by Ryan Sallans).
 
The following are the dates for the reading group discussion sessions:
Wednesday, October 29th, 4:15-5:15pm
 
In addition, there may be an opportunity for the reading group to meet with Janet and Ryan on October 23rd, when they are on campus.
If you are able to attend at least two of the sessions and would like to participate in the reading group, please let me know. We do have a limited number of books available for participants. We welcome and encourage undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, and staff to participate. Feel free to forward this invitation widely. 
More about Mock herehttp://janetmock.com/ and 
More about Sallans here: http://www.ryansallans.com/

 

 
 
 
 
 

International Spouse Support Network (ISSN) - Lehigh University

Are you an International Spouse at Lehigh University?  Do you have children and are looking for activities for you and your family?  Come Join the International women and children at Lehigh to plan activities. Together and offer support to each other. Open to international students and spouses.  Please register here  and receive more information.
 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Souvenir-Fest for Children (Sponsored by LU UNICEF Club)
Make a difference in children's lives with a souvenir from your country or city. Please donate a souvenir to support local or global programs for children.  By supporting local programs, your souvenir will be presented to marginalized children in the South Side Bethlehem. Many of them have not traveled beyond Bethlehem and having a small present from a foreign country or another state will be something truly special.  By supporting a global program, your souvenir will be sold during the International Bazaar at Lehigh and all money collected will go directly to support UNICEF children's program worldwide to fight hunger, malnutrition, and promote access to education.  Please bring your souvenir to the Graduate Student Office or Office of International Scholars and Students.   

Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lehighunicef or email mvk211@lehigh.edu for any questions or inquires.

We thank you,  Lehigh University UNICEF ClubMentor Program information sessions -

 

 

 

Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries - Fall 2014 Speaker Series: Hot Reads (of the 19th Century)

 

Monday, October 27, 4:10pm, Scheler Humanities Forum (Linderman 200) - Digitization and the Nineteenth-Century Book: Traces in the Stacks How 19th century books are faring in the wake of Google. Through search and visualization, digitized archives reveal wonders. But 19th century reader behavior is revealed by notes and other "traces" in the physical book, now imperiled in the new media ecosystem.

Andrew Stauffer is an associate professor of English at the University of Virginia, where he also directs NINES (http://nines.org), a digital scholarly organization focused on nineteenth century studies. Lehigh's The Vault at Pfaff's is a NINES Scholarly Project.

Wednesday, November 12, 12:10pm, Scheler Humanities Forum (Linderman 200) - The Depths of Astonishment: Nineteenth-Century Underground Literature explores the earliest literature of these undergrounds: the lurid "city mysteries" that took the urban underworld as their subject.

Lara Langer Cohen is assistant professor of English at Swarthmore College, and the author of The Fabrication of American Literature: Fraudulence and Antebellum Print Culture (2011).


Questions about these events? Contact Christy Roysdon at cmr0@lehigh.edu.

 

 
   
 
 

 

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LU Shuttle Bus Info - Student Activities offers a FREE shuttle bus service to the Promenade shopsLehigh Valley Mall, and Wal-Mart.  Please visit http://studentaffairs.lehigh.edu/activities/shuttlebus the bus schedule.

 Graduate Student Senate Meeting - Wednesdays at Noon in (see dates for locations).  Upcoming dates for GSS General  Meetings:   Oct. 8 & 22, Nov 5 & 19, Dec 3 & 17 - Rauch 85

Big Brothers Big Sisters Lehigh Valley has a one-to-one mentoring program at Broughal Middle School and is a partner of Lehigh University.  They are looking to serve more children at this site and are interested in recruiting Lehigh University students/faculty who would be willing to give an hour of their time once a week to a child facing adversity.  Tel: 610-391-1827 x107 www.bbbslv.org