Upcoming Events

 

 

OCTOBER 2019

Wednesday, October 10
12-1pm
Room 221-222, Commons, 136 Central Avenue
Public Works in Progress Lunchtime Discussion Series

Don’t miss this lunchtime program, featuring short presentations by four Bates students who spent the summer working on projects with diverse nonprofit agencies:

  • Jessie Moriarty – preventing summer learning loss
  • Jo Cunningham – art therapy with animation
  • Jesse Saffeir – community gardens, food accessibility, and youth development
  • Matt Golden – youth development, coaching, and mentoring

Faculty, staff, and off-campus guests are invited to charge their lunch to the Harward Center.

All are welcome.

Wednesday, October 10
7pm
Muskie Archives, 70 Campus Avenue
A Panel on Criminal Justice Reform
Randall Liberty, Maine State Prison Warden and Maine State Senator Mark Dion, Former Cumberland County Sheriff and Chair of the Maine Legislature’s Criminal Justice Committee will present their perspectives on how to reform Maine’s criminal justice system.
Free and open to the public.
This program is part of the Harward Center’s Theory into Practice series.

Wednesday, October 31
12-1pm
Room 221-222, Commons, 136 Central Avenue
Public Works in Progress Lunchtime Discussion Series

Don’t miss this lunchtime program, featuring short presentations by four Bates students who spent the summer working on projects with diverse nonprofit agencies:

  • Nick Lambert – early childhood education and literacy
  • Nina Moskowitz – assisting with refugee employment needs
  • Eliot Chalfin-Smith – youth biking and bike maintenance
  • Christine Cho – coordinating monthly artwalks and a youth filmmaking project

Faculty, staff, and off-campus guests are invited to charge their lunch to the Harward Center.

All are welcome.

NOVEMBER 2019

Thursday, November 1
4:15pm
Keck Classroom, Pettengill Hall
Housing Matters: Challenges to Housing Security for Low-Income Families
featuring Patricia Ender, Attorney at Pine Tree Legal Assistance; Amy Smith, Founder and Owner of Healthy Homeworks; and Bettyann Sheats, Maine House of Representatives
Free and open to the public.
This program is part of the Harward Center’s Theory into Practice series.

Thursday, November 8
12-1pm
Room 221-222, Commons, 136 Central Avenue
Public Works in Progress Lunchtime Discussion Series

Don’t miss this lunchtime program, featuring short presentations by four Bates students who spent the summer working on projects with diverse nonprofit agencies:

  • Walter Washington – free civil legal assistance
  • Alexandria Onuoha – domestic violence prevention work
  • Jenny Martin – summer track programming
  • Yara Abdelhady – supporting queer refugees in Lebanon

Faculty, staff, and off-campus guests are invited to charge their lunch to the Harward Center.

All are welcome.

FEBRUARY 2019

Saturday, February 9
10am-4pm
Room 221-222, Commons, 136 Central Avenue
D4D on the Road Workshop

Are you passionate about political and social issues and want to make a difference?

Learn to have an impact on pressing public policy issues like Climate Change, Access to Education, LGBTQ Rights, Immigration, Mass Incarceration, and Reproductive Rights.

Debating for Democracy (D4D) on the Road™ is a Project Pericles initiative. D4D on the Road is a high-energy workshop for novices and seasoned activists alike. Learn tactics and strategies for an issue-based campaign. Develop skills to analyze power dynamics. Work effectively for change!