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New Student Arrival and Welcome is a vital part of your success as a University of Mary Washington student. These events will help you learn more about what it takes to be an Eagle. At orientation you met your Orientation Leader, learned more about campus, and registered for courses. Now is your chance to get acclimated to your new home.
Attendance at this weekend’s activities is required. The sessions are designed to give more information about being part of this community. This schedule will serve as your reference for all sessions taking place during New Student Arrival and Welcome. Take time to review the schedule completely and ask your FSEM Peer Mentor or UMW staff any questions that you may have.
Please note that most sessions are open to all students. However, some sessions are specifically geared toward first-year students and some are specifically geared toward transfer students.
All of these sessions are provided to help you be successful at this institution. Take the opportunity to try new things, explore campus, and make new friends. Should you have any questions during your time here, please contact the Office of Student Involvement at email@example.com.
Welcome home, Eagles. We’re glad you’re here!
The Orientation Team
UMW Office of New Student Programs
***Students: Make sure to bring your EagleOne Card with you everywhere you go!
You will be swiping in at various events for attendance and the chance to win prizes!
First-Year Only activities will have a blue box around them.
Transfer Only activities will have a red box around them.
Move-In | Your Assigned Residence Hall
Students will check in at their Residence Hall. This is where you will receive your room key and information for the upcoming week.
Lunch Available at the Top of the UC | University Center, 4th Floor
New Students and Guests are invited to eat lunch at the dining facility. New students may swipe in with your EagleOne Card while families and guests may pay $9.65 per person for a meal at the door.
Time to Settle
Use this time to get settled in your room, grab your EagleOne Card if you don’t already have it (you’ll need it for access to your hall), visit offices and learn your way around campus, find out more about campus, find out more about campus resources at the Student Services Fair, or just relax and unpack your belongings.
Student Resource and Wellness Fair | University Center, Chandler Ballroom
Students, families, and guests are invited to join community organizations and campus offices to find out more about what services are available to students as they get settled in their new environment.
First Letter Campaign for Parents and Guests | University Center, 2nd Floor
Parents, families, and guests: Have your words of encouragement be the first piece of mail that your student receives. Materials will be provided for you to write your letter and UMW Postal Service will make sure it’s the first thing delivered to your students on-campus mailbox.
Giant Pharmacy Vaccine Clinic | University Center, 2nd Floor
8:00-2:00 PM 11:00-1:00 PM
12:00-3:00 PM 1:00-3:00 PM
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Wednesay, August 18th
Off-Campus Student Check-In | University Center, Talon Lounge If you are living off-campus, meet on the third floor of the UC to grab the materials that you’ll need to navigate New Student Arrival.
You’ll receive your schedule, and for those who don’t have meal plans, you’ll receive a packet of meal tickets to cover meals during New Student Arrival.
President’s Welcome | Ball Circle
Join President Troy Paino and upperclass students as we welcome all students and guests to the Eagle family. Students will then
become familiarized with the schedule of events for the upcoming week.
Dinner Available at the Top of the UC | University Center, 4th Floor
New students and guests are invited to eat dinner at the dining facility. New students may swipe in with your EagleOne Card while families and guests may pay $12.50 per person at the door for a meal.
Opportunity for Families and Guests to Say Goodbye
Residence Hall Meetings | Your Assigned Residence Hall Off-Campus Student Gathering | University Center, Room 306 Join us for a short social that will connect you with your fellow off- campus students, provide you with resources, and answer all of your questions about being an off-campus student at UMW. You’ll also be able to get information about the Off-Campus Student Association and upcoming events just for off-campus students!
There’s no better way to kick off the year than with a little dessert!
Cinema on the Square | Jefferson Square
Everyone is invited to Jeffy Square for watch a movie with other new Eagles! Snacks and refreshments will be provided. Don’t forget to bring a towel or blanket to sit on!
Wednesday, August 18th
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
6:30-6:45 PM 6:45-7:15 PM 7:15-8:30 PM
Meet with your Peer Mentor | Various Locations
Breakfast | University Center, 4th Floor Arrival Check-In | Anderson Center
Most events during New Student Arrival and Welcome are
mandatory in order to prepare you for a successful transition into the UMW community. Don’t forget to bring your EagleOne card with you everywhere you go (including here, we’ll be swiping you in at the door!)
New Student Arrival Program Overview | Anderson Center Find out about what’s in store for you over the next four days to help make your transition into UMW as smooth as possible.
Genetic Snowflake | Anderson Center
Do you know what the most devastating drug is? How are your bartending skills? Can you estimate your genetic snowflakeness with respects to alcohol or nicotine? These questions and others will be answered in a raucously informative program featuring Dr.
Linda Hancock, whose interactive presentations to students across the country always earns rave reviews.
Travel Time to the University Center Lunch | University Center, 4th Floor
Dialogues on Diversity | Anderson Center
The Dialogues on Diversity presentation will provide a fun and safe way to engage and facilitate discussions on diversity,
discrimination, social justice, and identity. This program allows students to engage in the conversation in a way that is both non- threatening and thought provoking.
Thursday, August 19th
8:00-9:00 AM 9:00-9:20 AM
9:30-11:00 AM 9:20-9:30 AM
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
11:45-12:45 PM 1:00-2:45 PM
Meet with your Peer Mentor | Various Locations
Break/Travel Time | Various Locations
Students travel from the Anderson Center to the Honor Training Sessions across campus.
Honor Training/Community Responsibility and Code of Conduct Training |Various Locations With Your Peer Mentor
Two of the most important aspects of life at UMW are Honor and Community Responsibility. They form the foundation of life at UMW, and it’s important that you know what’s expected. During this session, you will learn about the honor system, its history, and its role as one of the most important values at UMW. You’ll also learn about the UMW Code of Conduct, the guidelines for how UMW students are to conduct themselves, and what conduct they should expect from each other.
Dinner | University Center, 4th Floor Playfair | Ball Circle
The most popular campus attraction in history comes to UMW.
Playfair is totally unlike anything else you have ever experienced.
It’s entertainment! It’s fun, and it’s the perfect way to make new friends on campus! Get ready to play games, laugh, and start friendships at this fast-paced exciting event!
For tomorrow.. .
4:30-6:15 PM 6:30-8:00 PM 2:45-3:00 PM
First-year students, the Common Experience
discussions start at 9 AM! Not sure where to go?
Just ask your Peer Mentor, they will have your room assignment.
Transfer students, welcome begins at 1 PM on Zoom followed by Honor & Community Responsibility
Breakfast | University Center, 4th Floor
Friday, August 20th
8:00-9:00 AM 9:00-11:00 AM
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Common Experience Discussions | Various Locations It is finally time to discuss the amazing documentary that you have been exploring all summer! Share in this discussion with first-year students, upper-class students, faculty, and staff.
Diversity Debrief | Various Locations Group One
Lunch | University Center, 4th Floor
Academic Showcases | Various Locations (See Next Page) Diversity Debrief | Various Locations
1:00-4:00PM 12:00-1:00 PM 11:00-12:00 PM
New Transfer Student Programming | Zoom
Join Chris Porter, Director of Transfer and Off-Campus
Student Services, in a warm welcome to the University of Mary Washington! This program will include an overview of the UMW Honor Code and Community Responsibility, navigating Canvas and Banner, and tips and tricks on how to succeed as a UMW Eagle. Be sure to check your UMW email for the Zoom link.
Mathematics | Farmer Hall, Room 140
An overview of the opportunities within the Department of Mathematics, followed by an open Q&A session. Course options at all levels can be discussed, including WI and SI opportunities, general education courses, courses required for other majors, and advanced study in mathematics.
Physics & Applied Physics | Jepson Hall, Room 454
Interested in Physics? Want to learn more about what really matters? Want to meet some first-year faculty? Come to Jepson 454 to meet the Physics faculty, check out lab facilities and learn more about the majors, minors, and opportunities for research and internships. Learn about the UMW chapter of the Society of Physics Students and the trebuchet project hope to resume this year.
Political Science and International Affairs | Monroe Hall, Room 346 Join the Department of Political Science and International Affairs for an information session for prospective majors. Stop by at anytime during this period to discuss the major programs with departmental faculty.
Economics Open House at the “Econ House” | 1004 College Ave.
Visit the Econ House, tour our facilities, talk to available faculty members and meet with Dr. Don Lee, Economics Department Chair to ask advising, registration, or other questions about the economics department and major!
Information Session for Prospective Biology, Conservation Biology, and Biomedical Science Majors | Jepson Hall, Room 100
Learn more about the requirements for the three majors under Biology and opportunities for research, travel, and service learning. Dr. Lynn Lewis, Chair of the Department of Biological Sciences, will provide an overview of the biology program, introduce the faculty, and highlight best practices of successful biology students.
Exploring the Major in English | Combs Hall, Room 139
A small panel of faculty from the Department of English & Linguistics will provide an overview of the major in English as well as discuss minors and special majors in allied areas, such as linguistics. The focus will include a careful explanation of program requirements and an introduction of faculty and their expertise, followed by a question-and-answer session. A similar presentation will immediately follow handling the major in English: Creative Writing.
History and American Studies Open House | Monroe Hall, 2nd Floor Meet the faculty and get your questions answered in an informal, relaxed setting while learning more about the department’s two programs, American Studies and History.
12:30-2:30 PM 12:30-2:00 PM 1:00-1:45 PM
Academic Showcases 12:30 - 2:30 PM
Have any questions about the major you are interested in? Do you want to learn more about how you can graduate on time? Academic departments across campus will have information sessions to help you with any questions and concerns that you may have. You can attend as
many showcases as you want!
Classics, Philosophy, and Religion | Farmer Hall, Room 242
An overview of the major options in Classics, in Philosophy, and in Religion, including our various minors (Asian Studies, Contemplative Studies, Practical Ethics, Museum Studies) and Study Abroad programs. Opportunity for
students to ask questions about programs, classes, meet faculty, etc.
Music at UMW | Pollard Hall 127
Stay involved with music in college! Come meet with music students and faculty to learn more about performance opportunities, production, recording, composition, auditions, lessons, and upcoming events in the Department of Music. We’ll show you around the Pollard Hall facilities, rehearsal spaces, and recital hall, and answer any questions you have.
College of Education Open House | Farmer Hall, Room 204
Are you interested in becoming a teacher? A small panel of COE faculty and current students will answer questions about our teacher education programs.
Information Session for Prospective Business Majors | Woodard Hall, Room 202
Unlike most majors, to declare any business major, certain requirements must be met. Confirm these and learn about resources available to business students! WHAT YOU DO YOUR FIRST SEMESTER MATTERS. Make sure you are ‘in the know’ by attending this session. A brief presentation will be followed by Question and Answer time. Plus, a tour of Woodard will be given.
Offered by the Dean’s Office Staff.
A Debate: “Resolved: Social Media is Necessary for Democracy.”
| Hurley Convergence Center, Room 327
Looking to improve your communication skills? Interested in learning more about the connections between debate, the liberal arts and critical decision making? Seeking to develop the soft skills millions of professionals describe as the most “in-demand”? Hoping to find your voice? Join UMW’s Director of Debate team and the Speaking Center, Adrienne Brovero, and members of those programs for an engaging and entertaining hour of speech and debate.
Prospective Geology, Environmental Geology, and Environmental Science Majors | Jepson Hall, Room 229
Are you interested in Geology, Environmental Geology, Environmental
Science, or a minor in Environmental Sustainability? Learn more about these majors and minors and meet Dr. Jodie Hayob and have all your questions answered at this session.
Exploring the Major in English: Creative Writing | Combs Hall, Room 139 Faculty from the Department of English & Linguistics will provide an overview of the major in English with the concentration in creative writing. The focus will include a careful explanation of program requirements and an introduction of faculty and their expertise, followed by a question-and-answer session.
Information Session for the Career Center | University Center, 2nd Floor Need a hand with Handshake? Did you know that you can use Handshake to connect with students, alumni, and employers? Learn how to make connections, schedule one-on-one appointments, register for events and workshops, and make this platform work for YOU!
1:00-1:45 PM 1:00-2:30 PM
Geography Department Open House | Monroe Hall, Room 319 & 320 UMW has the best Geography Department in Virginia; come see what Geography majors study and what they do after graduation (hint: we do not just memorize state capitals!) Learn about Geographic Information Sciences (GISc) and how it might leverage your major into a career (you do not have to major in Geography to pursue the GIS certificate). We also offer a Master of Science in Geospatial Analysis that can be completed in your fifth year at UMW. We are a small, friendly department that will help you succeed. Find out why we are not your average geography program!
Sociology & Anthropology | Monroe Hall, 4th Floor
See the department and meet our faculty while learning more about the Sociology & Anthropology majors, and the Social Justice minor.
Information Session for Prospective Chemistry & Biochemistry Majors
| Jepson Hall, Room 225
Thinking about majoring in Chemistry or Biochemistry? Come to a “meet and greet” with the Chemistry Program faculty. You can learn about our majors, courses, research interests, resources, and our student organization The American Chemical Society. We’ll have swag and door prizes!
Art & Art History | Melchers Hall, Room 107
Join Department Chair John McMillan for a short video and discussion about majoring in Studio Art and/or Art History. An overview of the programs, faculty, courses, and facilities will conclude with a brief Q&A.
Pre-Law Students Meeting | Farmer Hall, Room 210
If you are thinking about attending law school in the future, you should attend this informative session to discover how to make the most of your education so that you are well prepared for law school upon graduation.
Theatre@UMW | DuPont Hall, Room 313
Want to get involved in theatre at UMW? Stop by and talk with theatre
students about upcoming auditions, productions, classes, and special events in the Department of Theatre and Dance.
Modern Languages and Literature Department | Combs Hall, 2nd Floor Find out about courses needed to complete the UMW language requirement and about the majors and minors we offer. Meet instructors and professors, learn about our extra-curricular activities and study abroad opportunities.
Information Session for Computer Science | Farmer Hall, B6
Join the computer science department for information on both the Computer Science and Cybersecurity majors. We will give an overview including our programs and courses, internship and research opportunities, and how to get involved with student organizations. There will then be a question and answer session for any questions you may have following.
Information Session for Prospective Majors in Psychological Science
| Mercer Hall, Room 102
Learn more about the requirements for a major in Psychological Science as well as opportunities for research and internships. Dr. Miriam Liss, Chair of the Department of Psychological Science, will provide an overview of the Psychology program and answer questions about the major.
1:30-2:30 PM 1:30-2:30 PM
1:30-2:30 PM 1:00-2:00 PM 1:00-2:00 PM 1:00-2:30 PM
Students Join Honor Convocation | Vimeo
Students will access the Vimeo link sent to their UMW email and log onto Honor Convocation.
Honor Convocation | Vimeo
*Off-campus students will participate together on Zoom in Monroe 116*
In this important ceremony, the faculty join the Class of 2025
formalize their commitment to the UMW Honor Code, as they take their final step to become a member of the UMW community.
Dinner | University Center, 4th Floor Evening Activites | Various Locations
Feel free to change then join us for some fun evening activities including bingo, outdoor games, yoga and more!
Glow Zone | Ball Circle
Class Council presents Glow Zone, your on-campus rave! Join us for a glow in the dark night of fun. The first 250 people to arrive will receive a free t-shirt!
Exploring the Major in Communication and Digital Studies
| Combs Hall, Room 237
A small panel of faculty from the Department of Communication and Digital Studies will provide an overview of the CDS major and the minors in Digital Studies and Journalism. The focus will include a careful explanation of program requirements and an introduction of faculty and their expertise, followed by a question-and-answer session.
Exploring the Major in Historic Preservation | Combs Hall, Room 009 Faculty will provide an overview of the Historic Preservation and its
multidisciplinary approach towards the conservation and interpretation of the historic built environment. Focus will be geared towards highlighting stduent opportunities and experiences within the major as well as major requirements.
Time will be reserved towards the end of the session for questions.
Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Information Session | Monroe Hall, Room 212
Stop by anytime during the hour to talk to the Program Chair about the
flexible, creative, interdisciplinary structure of the major and the opportunities it presents in fields ranging from communications to healthcare and everything in between.
Pre-Health Kick-Off Meeting | Hurley Covergence Center, Digital Auditorium The UMW Pre-Health Advisor, Dr. Deborah O’Dell, will present a
comprehensive overview of the Program and introduce this year’s schedule of Pre-Health events. All new and returning students are welcome.
Next on the schedule is Honor Convocation, a very important step in your
journey to becoming an Eagle. You will hear from different departments across campus and sign the Honor Pledge.
4:15-4:30 PM 4:30 PM
9:00 PM 7:15 PM 1:30-2:30 PM
Brunch | University Center, 4th Floor
Preparing for your First Week of Class | George Washington Hall, Dodd Auditorium
This is where it all begins! Your first week of classes in college can be exciting, scary, and perplexing all at the same time. Join
students, faculty, and staff to learn about what you can do to be successful at UMW.
Being an Eagle | Zoom
*Off-campus students will participate together on Zoom in Monroe 116*
What does being an Eagle really mean? Learn about how Eagles take care of each other and what it means to be a part of the UMW community, what the expectations are, and how you can be a
responsible bystander in the UMW community. You’ll also learn about Devils and Goats, a UMW tradition!
Peer Mentor Activity | Various Locations
Join your peer mentor and address concerns and interests that you have.
Dinner | University Center, 4th Floor
President’s Ice Cream Social | Brompton House
President Troy Paino invites all new students to join him for a casual gathering with music and plenty of ice cream!
Magician Nash Fung | George Washington Hall, Dodd Auditorium Come be amazed! Magician Nash Fung presents “Half Lies- Magic, Mind Tricks, Inspirations”. As seem on the CW, Penn & Teller’s Fool Us, and the Travel Channel, Nash is a dedicated artist who devotes his time to inventing new magic and empowering his audiences to chase their dreams. You don’t want to miss this Magician of the Year!
Saturday, August 21st
11:00-1:00 PM 1:00-2:00 PM;
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
6:30-7:45 PM 8:00-9:00 PM 5:00-7:00 PM 1:00-2:00 PM;
Brunch | University Center, 4th Floor
Music Auditions | Department of Music, Pollard Hall
Placement auditions for students interested in music ensembles auditions. Schedule an audition slot by contacting mmorley@umw.
Welcome Ceremony | University Center, Colonnade Room
*PELP Participants Only.*
Class Schedule Tours | University Center
Not sure about which buildings your classes are in? Let us help!
We’ll conduct tours for you and help you know where you’re going before the first day of classes.
Dinner | University Center, 4th Floor Eagle Gathering | Ball Circle
Current students, faculty, and staff join together in this Mary Washington tradition to officially usher new Eagles into our
community of integrity, honor, and service. Students will meet at the George Washington Parking lot adjacent to George Washington Hall.
Sunday, August 22nd
11:00-1:00 PM 12:00-5:00 PM
5:00-6:45 PM 3:00-4:30 PM
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Congratulations, New Eagles!
Make sure to get a good night’s sleep.
Good luck with your fall semester!
Fall Semester Big Events
*Please refer to the Eagle Take Off Schedule for additional events!*
Club Carnival: Wednesday, August 25 @ 5PM Cross Cultural BBQ: Thursday, August 26 @ 4PM CPB First Friday: Friday, August 27th @5PM
Fredericksburg Nationals Game: Saturday, August 28th @ 6:05PM
*Free fitness classes during the first week of classes!*
Fredericksburg National’s Game: Friday, September 17th @ 7:05PM Into the Streets: Saturday, September 18th @ 9AM
Fredericksburg Nationals Game: Saturday, September 18th @ 6:05PM October
Rocktoberfest: Friday, October 1st @ 5PM
Family Weekend: Friday, October 1st - Sunday, October 3rd Disability Awareness Kickoff: Monday, October 4th @ 3PM
Gender and Sexual Minorities and Allies Kickoff: Monday, October 18th @ 4PM Homecoming Weekend: Friday, October 22nd - Saturday, October 23rd
PRISM Prom: Saturday, October 23rd @ 8PM Weekly Events
Bingo every Tuesday night in The Underground @ 8PM
*Check out umw.presence.io for upcoming campus events!*
Bookstore Hours During New Student Arrival
Wednesday 8/18-Friday 8/20 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Saturday 8/21-Sunday 8/22 10:00 AM-4:00 PM
Updated 12/2019 1004 College Avenue 511201 William Street 52Alvey House 47Art Gallery 18Ridderhof MartinCombs Hall 44duPont Hall 15Klein TheatreduPont GalleryStudio 115Hurley Convergence Center 13James Farmer Hall 31Jepson Science Center 9 Library, Simpson 17Melchers Hall 16Mercer Hall 19Monroe Hall 23Pollard Hall 14Seacobeck Hall 21College of EducationWonder Bread Studio 10Woodard Hall 20Eagle’s NestPost OfficeCollege of Business Brent House 43Public SafetyEagle Village, Executive Offices 2Fairfax House 33George Washington Hall 40Dodd AuditoriumHuman ResourcesHamlet House 34Jepson Alumni Executive Center 54Alumni RelationsTyler House 32 Anderson Center 4Rosner ArenaBattleground Athletic Complex 57Fitness Center 7Goolrick Hall 5 GymnasiumSwimming poolPhysical Plant 58
Bell Tower 41Carmen Culpeper ChappellCentennial CampanileHeating Plant 12Heslep Amphitheatre 30Morris StageParking Deck 6Physical Plant 56 Eagle Village, Retail 3
Hurley Convergence Center 13Lee Hall 26 Admissions BookstoreFinancial AidThe UndergroundMarye House 36University Center 25Chandler BallroomWoodard Hall 20Eagle’s NestPost OfficeCollege of Business Alvey Hall 8Arrington Hall 11Ball Hall 28Bushnell Hall 42Custis Hall 27Eagle Landing 1Framar House 48Jefferson Hall 46Link, The 38Madison Hall 29 Marshall Hall 49Mason Hall 37Randolph Hall 39Russell Hall 45South Hall 50University Apartments 53Virginia Hall 24Westmoreland Hall 35Willard Hall 22
First-Year Seminar and Peer Mentor Pairings
During New Student Arrival and Welcome and throughout fall semester, each First-Year Seminar (FSEM) is paired with an upper-class student called a Peer Mentor. They wil be able to answer your questions and connect you to resources available to all students. The list of FSEMs, their assigned Peer
Mentor, and meeting location during New Student Arrival is listed below. Forget what your FSEM class is? Check out your schedule in Banner ! Autism in Contemporary Literature & Film 1:00-1:50PM MWF Shauna Kaplan (Combs 001)
Autism in Contemporary Literature & Film 2:00-2:50PM MWF Hope Mills (Combs 002)
Can Feminism Improve Women’s Lives? 11:00-12:15PM T/R Eden Shenal (Woodard 133)
Collegiate Athletics: The Role of Sports in Higher Education 2:00-3:15PM T/R Gabby Colon-Cosme (Farmer B36) Collegiate Athletics: The Role of Sports in Higher Education 3:30-4:45PM T/R Haylie Stevenson (Farmer B52)
Computation: Minds and Machines 9:00-9:50AM MWF Cameron Zakreski (Farmer 210)
Cryptology 11:00-11:50AM MWF Jessie Mills (Farmer B6)
Cryptology 1:00-1:50PM MWF Kayla Savoie (Farmer B7)
Cultural Heritage Through Virtual Reality 10:00-10:50AM MWF Elleyshia Ardo (Monroe 211)
Daily Life in Ancient Rome 11:00-12:15PM T/R Matt Nelson (Woodard 211)
Designing the Life of a Changemaker 3:30-4:45PM T/R Faith Jones (Combs 214)
Disney’s America 9:30-10:45AM T/R Alex Mills (Mercer 103)
Down the Rabbit Hole 10:00-10:50AM MWF Logan Kurtz (Combs 211)
Down the Rabbit Hole 11:00-11:50AM MWF Hannah Harris (Combs 213)
European History 9:30-10:45AM T/R Logan Rowland (Monroe 213)
Finding Fashion 11:00-12:15PM T/R Alberic Karina-Plun (Combs 215)
Forbidden Texts 9:30-10:45AM T/R Justin Daniels (Mercer 102)
French New Wave: Cinema and Society 6:00-7:15PM T/R Sasha Poletes (Combs 111)
History That Didn’t Happen 11:00-12:15PM T/R Ashley Dimino (Woodard 149)
Holocaust in German & US Cultures 9:30-10:45AM T/R Katriel Lee (Monroe 112)
Infographics 1:00-1:50PM MWF Reagan Noyes (Woodard 132)
Irish Theatre and Political Reform 11:00-11:50AM MWF Emma Bradley (Monroe 320)
K-Pop, Hallyu, and Contemporary Korean Art & Film 11:00-12:15PM T/R Vivian Reinhardt (Combs 004)
Leadership & Social Justice 9:30-10:45AM T/R Kayla Estes (Woodard 202)
Leadership & Social Justice 2:00-3:15PM T/R Carson Berrier (Combs 348)
Let’s Get Happy: The Science of Positive Psychology 2:00-3:15PM T/R Mariana Haugh (Mercer 131)
Mechanisms of Storytelling 11:00-12:15PM T/R Reese Kubricki (Monroe 240)
Multilingual Community 1:00-1:50PM MWF Rebecca Danko (Farmer 243)
No Place Like Home: Housing and Society 11:00-11:50AM MWF Chenin Guber (Farmer 138)
Parasites: Monsters Within 9:30-10:45AM T/R Madeline Phillips (Woodard 249)
Plants and Literature: Plants Thinking About Thinking 9:00-9:50AM MWF Lauryn Taylor (Farmer 204)
Race and Revolution Andrea Gallagos (Farmer 207)
Reading the Speculative World: Approaching Science Fiction Through the Social Sciences 2:00-3:15 T/R Devin Thigpen (Monroe 210) Science & Technology: Because We Can, Should We? 10:00-10:50AM MWF AJ Gluchowski (Combs 112)
See the USA! History of Road Trips 9:00-9:50AM MWF Cosette Veeder-Shave (Farmer 107)
See the USA! History of Road Trips 11:00-11:50AM MWF Oscar Leon (Farmer 106A)
Sinatra’s America 9:30-10:45AM T/R Tabitha Robinson (Combs 114)
Technically Wrong: Sexist Apps, Biased Algorithms, and Other Threats of Toxic Tech 12:00-12:50 MWF Jalen White (Monroe 114) That’s What She Said: Exploring Contemporary Female Playwrights and Their Plays 9:30-10:45AM T/R Audrey Flavin (Combs 322) The Art of Science & Human Caring: Then and Now 12:30-1:45PM T/R Taylor Coleman (Combs 237) The Bad Seed? Exploring the Roots of Evil 1:00-1:50PM MWF Megan Childs (Mercer 201)
The Beauty Differences Give Us 10:00-10:50AM MWF Paige Harrington (Monroe 212)
The Ghosts and Monsters of Spain’s Forgotten Past 12:00-12:50PM MWF Abby Reilly (Monroe 115)
The Grail Legend 10:00-10:50AM MWF Anna Velardi (Combs 003)
The Idea of Cool 10:00-10:50AM MWF Sonia Joshi (Farmer 140)
US Campaigns and Elections 9:00-9:50AM MWF Sam Creemer (Monroe 233)
Dialogues on Diversity Discussion
On Friday (8/20) during New Student Arrival and Welcome, you will have an opportunity to debrief with your Peer Mentor and a student leader from the James Farmer Multicultural Center on your discussion in Dialogues in Diversity from earlier in the program. Below is where you will find the
location in which this session (and only this session) will be occuring, as well as the time.
Autism in Contemporary Literature & Film 1:00-1:50PM MWF Combs 001; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2j Autism in Contemporary Literature & Film 2:00-2:50PM MWF Combs 001; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2 Can Feminism Improve Women’s Lives? 11:00-12:15PM T/R Jepson 100; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1 Collegiate Athletics: The Role of Sports in Higher Education 2:00-3:15PM T/R Farmer B52; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1 Collegiate Athletics: The Role of Sports in Higher Education 3:30-4:45PM T/R Farmer B52; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Computation: Minds and Machines 9:00-9:50AM MWF Farmer 210; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Cryptology 11:00-11:50AM MWF Farmer B6; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Cryptology 1:00-1:50PM MWF Farmer B6; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Cultural Heritage Through Virtual Reality 10:00-10:50AM MWF Monroe 122; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
Daily Life in Ancient Rome 11:00-12:15PM T/R Woodard 202; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Designing the Life of a Changemaker 3:30-4:45PM T/R Combs 139; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
Disney’s America 9:30-10:45AM T/R Jepson 225; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Down the Rabbit Hole 10:00-10:50AM MWF Combs 139; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
Down the Rabbit Hole 11:00-11:50AM MWF Combs 139; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
European History 9:30-10:45AM T/R Monroe 210; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
Finding Fashion 11:00-12:15PM T/R Combs 237; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
Forbidden Texts 9:30-10:45AM T/R Jepson 225; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
French New Wave: Cinema and Society 6:00-7:15PM T/R Monroe 346; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
History That Didn’t Happen 11:00-12:15PM T/R Woodard 202; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Holocaust in German & US Cultures 9:30-10:45AM T/R Monroe 110; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
Infographics 9:00-9:50AM MWF Jepson 100; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Irish Theatre and Political Reform 11:00-11:50AM MWF Monroe 240; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
K-Pop, Hallyu, and Contemporary Korean Art & Film 11:00-12:15PM T/R Farmer B7; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
Leadership & Social Justice 9:30-10:45AM T/R Woodard 149; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Leadership & Social Justice 2:00-3:15PM T/R Woodard 149; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Let’s Get Happy: The Science of Positive Psychology 2:00-3:15PM T/R Jepson 225; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Mechanisms of Storytelling 11:00-12:15PM T/R Monroe 240; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
Multilingual Community 1:00-1:50PM MWF Farmer 210; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
No Place Like Home: Housing and Society 11:00-11:50AM MWF Farmer 140; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Parasites: Monsters Within 9:30-10:45AM T/R Woodard 202; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Plants and Literature: Plants Thinking About Thinking 9:00-9:50AM MWF Farmer 204; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Race and Revolution Farmer 204; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Reading the Speculative World: Approaching Science Fiction Through the Social Sciences 2:00-3:15 T/R Monroe 115; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2 Science & Technology: Because We Can, Should We? 10:00-10:50AM MWF Monroe 346; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
See the USA! History of Road Trips 9:00-9:50AM MWF Farmer 106A; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
See the USA! History of Road Trips 11:00-11:50AM MWF Farmer 106A; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
Sinatra’s America 9:30-10:45AM T/R Monroe 346; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
Technically Wrong: Sexist Apps, Biased Algorithms, and Other Threats of Toxic Tech 12:00-12:50 MWF Monroe 110; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2 That’s What She Said: Exploring Contemporary Female Playwrights and Their Plays 9:30-10:45AM T/R Combs 237; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2 The Art of Science & Human Caring: Then and Now 12:30-1:45PM T/R Combs 237; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2 The Bad Seed? Exploring the Roots of Evil 1:00-1:50PM MWF Jepson 100; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
The Beauty Differences Give Us 10:00-10:50AM MWF Monroe 122; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
The Ghosts and Monsters of Spain’s Forgotten Past 12:00-12:50PM MWF Monroe 115; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
The Grail Legend 10:00-10:50AM MWF Farmer B7; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2
The Idea of Cool 10:00-10:50AM MWF Farmer 140; 11:00-12:00PM Group 1
US Campaigns and Elections 9:00-9:50AM MWF Monroe 210; 2:30-3:30PM Group 2