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Tuesday

November 30, 2004
12:19 pm

Lecture on stereotyping and academic achievement cancelled

Due to travel difficulties, tonight’s lecture titled “Addressing Stereotype Threat” by Joshua Aronson, associate professor of applied psychology at the Steinhardt School of Education, New York University, has been canceled.

Thursday

November 11, 2004
12:41 pm

International Monetary Fund official to speak at Bates

Mark Plant, assistant director of the Policy Development and Review Department of the International Monetary Fund, comes to Bates College to offer a lecture on IMF policies regarding poverty at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15, in the Keck Classroom (G52), Pettengill Hall, Andrews Road.

Monday

November 1, 2004
12:37 pm

Panel to discuss U.S. relations with Middle East and South Asia

Bates College will hold a panel discussion about U.S. relations with the Middle East and South Asia at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4, in Chase Hall Lounge, Campus Avenue. Titled “Comments for the New Administration: The Middle East and South Asia Revisited,” the event is free and open to the public.

Thursday

October 14, 2004
11:56 am

Panel to discuss Vietnam and Iraq wars

To provide historical perspective on what happened more than three decades ago and what is going on now in the Middle East, a Bates College panel consisting of a Vietnam veteran, a Vietnamese student from Hanoi, a Republican Party student activist, and a former member of Congress and Reagan arms control official will debate the differences and similarities between the Vietnam War and the current conflict in Iraq.

Saturday

October 9, 2004
1:00 pm

Bates community urged to register, vote

“It’s often said that democracies are measured by the participation of their citizens,” President Elaine Tuttle Hansen observed. “We are fortunate at Bates to have student Democrats and Republicans who each year take that civic commitment to heart and work to register their fellow students.”

Wednesday

October 6, 2004
1:40 pm

Peace activists working in Israel offer pair of lectures

Safa Abu-Rabia and Hannah Safran, two feminist peace activists working in Israel, offer a pair of lectures Monday, Oct. 11, in Chase Hall, Campus Avenue, Bates College. Titled “Israeli-Palestinian Peacework: Two Women’s Story,” the afternoon lecture at 4:30 p.m. in Skelton Lounge is part of “Spiritual Journeys: Stories of the Soul 2004-05.”

Monday

September 20, 2004
2:32 pm

Nader's vice presidential running mate to address students

Peter Miguel Camejo, longtime antiwar and social justice activist and the vice presidential running mate of independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader, will address students of History 265, “Wartime Dissent in Modern America,” at 2:40 p.m. Monday, Sept. 20, in the Bates College Chapel. Taught by Associate Professor of History Hilmar Jensen, the course explores, in part, “what the long-term consequences of even short-term curtailments of freedom portend for the future of American democracy.” The event is open to the Bates community free of charge.

Tuesday

September 14, 2004
3:17 pm

Bates names three Dana Professors

Bates College has named three Dana Professors as two members of the anthropology faculty and one member of the religion faculty.

Thursday

July 22, 2004
9:47 am

Darcy York '05 makes a present of Bates' past

As a history major, Darcy York ’05 will spend her senior year researching how the Romans viewed women who led peoples conquered by the empire, women such as Cleopatra.

Thursday

June 24, 2004
11:38 am

Psychology professor wins educator award

Kathryn Graff Low, associate professor of psychology at Bates and a member of the Bowdoin College Class of 1978, won the Bowdoin Alumni Council’s 2004 Distinguished Educator Award, presented at the Brunswick college’s reunion in early June. Given annually, the award was established in 1964 to recognize outstanding achievement in education by a Bowdoin alumnus in any field and at any level of education.