Upcoming Events

 

SEPTEMBER 2019

Thursday, September 26
12-1pm
Commons 221-222, 136 Central Avenue
Diving Deep into Community Work: Law, Land, Refugees & Youth
Join us for lunch, learning, and conversation.  Featuring short presentations by four Bates students:

  • Emma Block, who worked at the Lewiston District Court
  • Valerie Bravo, who helped lead a summer enrichment program for youth
  • Kirsten Koepnick and Hermione Zhou, who worked on local land use issues
  • Nina Moskowitz, who did refugee integration work

Faculty, staff, and off-campus guests are welcome to charge their Commons lunch to the Harward Center and take their tray upstairs for the program.  All are welcome!
Part of the Harward Center’s Public Works in Progress Series.

OCTOBER 2019

Thursday, October 10
4:30pm
Room G65, Pettengill Hall
Navigating the Facts about Maine’s Charter Schools
Bob Kautz, Executive Director, Maine Charter School Commission
Part of the Harward’s Center Theory into Practice Series.
Free and open to the public.
For more information, please contact Peggy Rotundo (207-786-8283)

Wednesday, October 23
12-1pm
Commons 221-222, 136 Central Avenue
Diving Deep into Community Work: Food, Housing Herbs, & Community Impact
Join us for lunch, learning, and conversation.  Featuring short presentations by four Bates students:

  • Nora Finley, who helped develop curricula on nutrition
  • Sophie Landes, who worked on local housing and neighborhood revitalization issues
  • Signe Lynch, who worked with a local social enterprise
  • Travis Palmer, who helped with a community impact measurement project

Faculty, staff, and off-campus guests are welcome to charge their Commons lunch to the Harward Center and take their tray upstairs for the program.  All are welcome!
Part of the Harward Center’s Public Works in Progress Series.

NOVEMBER 2019

Tuesday, November 12
7pm
Muskie Archives, 70 Campus Avenue
Assuring Stability of Access to Justice in a Rapidly Changing World
Hon. Leigh I. Saufley, Chief Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court
Part of the Harward’s Center Theory into Practice Series.
Free and open to the public.
For more information, please contact Peggy Rotundo (207-786-8283)