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Early American Day is this Saturday, June 9th at the Old Stone House. Stop by this fun and educational event featuring early American games, music, handicrafts, and cooking demonstrations. It's free to attend!
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The fourth annual Ethics Bowl was recently held at SRU. Check out footage from the event, including an interview with Dr. Winters.
The event is sponsored each year by The Office of the Provost, The Office of Associate Provost, The College of Liberal Arts, The Department of Philosophy, The CPH, Center for Applied & Professional Ethics, and the SRU Philosophy Club.
It's finals week at SRU! Be sure to stop by the CPH on Wednesday, May 9 to meet Loki and grab some goodies.
The CPH is looking for a student intern for the fall semester. This is a PAID position in a fun and creative atmosphere. Great opportunity for graphic design and art majors!
What do an 18th-century embroidered sampler, and a dress made in 2018 using recycled plastic bags, have in common? How have people used textiles for practical and creative purposes throughout history? These questions are among the many explored in "Stitches in Time," a unique exhibit at the Old Stone House April 21, 22 and 28 from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm each day. This event is free and open to the public.
The Stitches in Time exhibit is part of SRU's Kaleidoscope Arts Festival, and is co-sponsored by the Stone House Center for Public Humanities and SRU Art Department.
We are looking for student mentors to participate in the
Fall 2018 Humanities Ladder Program. Apply today!
Hurry Slippery Rock University students! The deadline has been extended to create your Ethics Bowl team. This is a great opportunity to build your resume! Find your teammates now!!!!
We are excited to announce the 4th annual SRU Ethics Bowl! Community members from all walks of life are invited to participate as judges.
Hot off the press! Dr. Yukako Ishimaru and her student mentor Erika Paris, a Secondary Education major at SRU, taught our Humanities Ladder students the art of calligraphy this week.
Learn more about the Humanities Ladder program here: www.humanitiesladder.org
Want to hold a community event in collaboration with the Center for Public Humanities? Let us know!