COLA Connections Newsletter: April 2015

Events Calendar

4/2/15

            Conable Conference in International Studies        

The Conable Conference in International Studies honors the enduring global legacy of the statesman and public servant, the Hon. Barber B. Conable, Jr. The 2015 conference theme is “A VISION OF REVOLUTION”: EXILE AND DEPORTATION IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE.

Go to www.rit.edu/cla/conable for more information.

Time: 4:00pm-7:30
Place: University Gallery, Vignelli Center
Cost: Free

4/3/15-4/4/15

Conable Conference in International Studies

The Conable Conference in International Studies honors the enduring global legacy of the statesman and public servant, the Hon. Barber B. Conable, Jr. The 2015 conference theme is “A VISION OF REVOLUTION”: EXILE AND DEPORTATION IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE.

Go to www.rit.edu/cla/conable for more information.

Time: 8:00am-5:00pm
Place: CIMS, Louise Slaughter Hall
Cost: Free

4/7/15

                Psychology Brown Bag Series

Psychology Brown Bag Series
Come and learn something new!

Interpreters provided upon request subject to availability. If
you need an interpreter we appreciate you make your request
one week before the event. To make a request please go online
at: http://www.myAccess.rit.edu  

All are welcome!

Time: 3:30pm-4:45pm
Place: Institute Hall 73-1140
Cost: Free

4/8/15

Center for Statesmanship, Law & Liberty’s Annual Symposium
           “Balancing Security, Liberty, and Privacy in a Post 9/11 World”

           Richard Clarke, Keynote Speaker

           Cyber Security Expert, former Counter-terrorism Advisor and Czar under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush; best-selling author of "Against all Enemies: Inside America's War on Terrorism."           

           Book signing & reception to follow.

Time: 7:00pm
Place: Ingle Auditorium, SAU
Cost: Free

4/9/15

Center for Statesmanship, Law & Liberty’s Annual Symposium
           “Balancing Security, Liberty, and Privacy in a Post 9/11 World”

Co-Hosted w/the Department of Psychology (RIT) 

RIT Faculty and Outside Expert Panels

9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Public & Private Sector Roles in Balancing Security, Liberty & Privacy
Panel 1
Moderator: Dr. Samuel McQuade, RIT Department of Public Policy
Lisa Hayes, Center for Democracy and Technology
Patrick Morrissey, former Special Agent with the US Secret Service
Dr. Rick Mislan, Visiting Assistant Professor, RIT-GCCIS Department of Computing Security

11:00 a.m. – 12:20 p.m.
The Academic Role in Balancing America’s Security, Liberty & Privacy
Panel 2
Moderator: Dr. Nathan Fisk, Visiting Professor, RIT Department of Public Policy
Dr. Andrew Phelps, Director, RIT MAGIC Center
Dr. Christopher Egert, Associate Director, RIT MAGIC Center; GCCIS School of Interactive Games & Media
Dr. Jessica Lyons, Visiting Professor, RIT Department of Public Policy

For more information contact Cassandra Shellman, cls3740@rit or 475-2057.

Time: 9:00am-12:30pm
Place: CIMS, Louise Slaughter Hall (2210-2240)
Cost: Free

Hale Ethics Lecture Series

Golfo Maggini (Philosophy, University of Ioannina/Greece) will give a lecture. 

Time: 3:30pm-5:00pm
Place: Eastman 1300
Cost: Free

Criminal Justice Student & Alumni Networking Event

This event is open to RIT students and alumni only.

Find more information & register at: http://alumni.rit.edu/s/1624/index.aspx?&gid=1&pgid=1699&crid=0

Please contact arevents@rit.edu with questions.

Time: 6:30pm-9:00pm
Place: University Galler, Vignelli Center
Cost: Free

4/9/15-4/12/15

                 Jean de France

Theatre Production presented by CLA's Department of Performing Arts and Visual Culture. A Neo-classical comedy by Ludvig Holberg, translated and directed by Gerald Argetsinger.

Time: 7:30pm-9:15pm (4/9-11); 2:00pm-3:45pm (4/12)
Place: 3D Screening Room, Booth Hall
Cost: Free

4/15/15

                Conference for Undergraduate Research in Communication (CURC)

The Conference for Undergraduate Research in Communication (CURC), which began in 2004 as a small gathering of communication students from western New York, has grown into a vibrant regional conference. Sponsored by the School of Communication and held annually at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), CURC has drawn nearly 350 undergraduate scholars from colleges and universities in NY, PA, MA, and VA since its inception. All accepted papers are published in a handsome paperback, which is available for purchase online.

The CURC 2015 schedule and online registration may be accessed at http://www.rit.edu/cla/curc. All are invited to attend. Free and open to the public.

PARKING IN T LOT.

CURC functions to renew our shared commitment to communication research and to underscore our appreciation for the students whose research touches all edges of the discipline’s broad boundaries.

Sign-language interpreters are provided upon request but subject to availability. Please contact Ms. Helen Adamson (hnagla@rit.edu) if you need the services of an interpreter.

Time: 8:00am-4:45pm
Place: CIMS, Louise Slaughter Hall
Cost: Free