Upcoming Events

08
Feb

Uintah Basin Speaker Series

Panel Discussion/Presentation

In partnership with the Center for Intersectional Gender Studies and Research, USU will continue our monthly Uintah Basin Speaker Series featuring insightful, relevant topics. Dr. Susan Madsen will be speaking on Better Together: Women, Leadership, and Male Allyship Presentations will start at 7 p.m. You can participate in-person or on https://aggiecast.usu.edu/ubaggiecast Learn more at https://uintahbasin.usu.edu/speaker-series

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
08
Feb

Uintah Basin Speaker Series

Panel Discussion/Presentation

In partnership with the Center for Intersectional Gender Studies and Research, USU will continue our monthly Uintah Basin Speaker Series featuring insightful, relevant topics. Dr. Susan Madsen will be speaking on Better Together: Women, Leadership, and Male Allyship. Presentations will start at 7 p.m. You can participate in-person or on https://aggiecast.usu.edu/ubaggiecast Learn more at https://uintahbasin.usu.edu/speaker-series

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
09
Feb

Phi Alpha Theta Movie Night

Social/Networking

Movie night for Black History Month

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Old Main |
24
Feb

Dividing Paradise: A discussion with Dr. Jennifer Sherman

Conference/Seminar

Please Join CANRI and the Center for Intersectional Gender Studies and Research in welcoming Dr. Jennifer Sherman to speak about her new book, Dividing Paradise.
Book Description: In Dividing Paradise, Jennifer Sherman tells the story of Paradise
Valley, Washington, a rural community where amenity-driven economic growth has
resulted in a new social landscape of inequality and privilege, with deep fault lines
between old-timers and newcomers. In this complicated cultural reality, "class blindness"
allows privileged newcomers to ignore or justify their impact on these towns, papering
over the sentiments of anger, loss, and disempowerment of longtime locals.
It exposes the mechanisms by which inequality
flourishes and by which Americans have come to believe that disparity is acceptable and
deserved. Sherman, who is known for her work on rural America, presents here a powerful
case study of the ever-growing tensions between those who can and those who cannot
achieve their visions of the American dream.

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm | Old Main |
24
Feb

Dividing Paradise: Discussion with Dr. Jennifer Sherman

Conference/Seminar

Please Join CANRI and the Center for Intersectional Gender Studies and Research in welcoming Dr. Jennifer Sherman to speak about her new book, Dividing Paradise.
Book Description: In Dividing Paradise, Jennifer Sherman tells the story of Paradise
Valley, Washington, a rural community where amenity-driven economic growth has
resulted in a new social landscape of inequality and privilege, with deep fault lines
between old-timers and newcomers. In this complicated cultural reality, "class blindness"
allows privileged newcomers to ignore or justify their impact on these towns, papering
over the sentiments of anger, loss, and disempowerment of longtime locals.

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm | Old Main |
08
Mar

Uintah Basin Speaker Series

Panel Discussion/Presentation

In partnership with the Center for Intersectional Gender Studies and Research, USU will continue our monthly Uintah Basin Speaker Series featuring insightful, relevant topics. Dan Johnson and Emily Spencer will speak on The Story & Science of the Dinosaur National Monument Presentations will start at 7 p.m. You can participate in-person or on https://aggiecast.usu.edu/ubaggiecast Learn more at https://uintahbasin.usu.edu/speaker-series

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
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