The School of Education invited Sohyun An, Ph.D., Professor of Social Studies Education at Kennesaw State University to virtually discuss Anti-Asian violence amid the COVID-19 pandemic and its implications on education, general citizens, and critical media literacy on Wednesday, Mar. 31.
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Getting into Esports seems like a daunting task, but it’s actually not as difficult as its made out to be. You don’t need the most expensive equipment or the most up to date computer, all you need is an open mind and a willingness to try something new.
Steven Romano, Manager of Premium Sales for the New York Islanders, joined the Sports Industry Club for their virtual speaker series on Wednesday. Mar. 31.
Patrick Murray, Director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute, held a virtual discussion with political reporter Olivia Nuzzi on Monday, Mar. 29.
The pandemic-induced stay-at-home orders have forced many people to commit to owning a personal computer (PC). Between Zoom meetings, club meetings, and just general online work, it has become almost necessary to buy a device with more power and control than your smartphone.
The Guardians Club hosted a virtual webinar with Kemar Francis, a New York State Trooper, about the history of the organization and the requirements to become a trooper on Wednesday, Mar. 24.
Kristin Bluemel, professor of English and Wayne D. McMurray Endowed Chair in the Humanities, was interviewed by Handheld Press about her literary contributions to forgotten work by World War II-era writer, Inez Holden, on Monday, Mar. 8.
The Institute for Global Understanding (IGU) held its first biennial symposium on human rights and the environment from Mar. 25-27.
Do you ever close an app on your phone just to open it again two seconds later? Or rather, do you find yourself going through the same systematic motions throughout your phone’s different screens over and over again? You’ve likely fallen into a dopamine feedback loop.
President Patrick F. Leahy Ed.D., delivered an update on upcoming fall and summer University plans on Monday, Mar. 22.