Past Events

April 22, 2014: Arts & Humanities Faculty Scholarship and Creative Recognition Event, presented by the dean and faculty of the School of Arts & Humanities, Person Theatre.

April 2, 2014:  “Je reviens de la vérité,” presented by the Compagnie Prospero Miranda, Warren auditorium, 2pm & 8pm. Click here for poster.

March 27, 2014: "Haitian Drapo Vodou: Tradition and Innovation," presented by Susan Elizabeth Tselos. Schulz 3001, 10-11:30am.

February 25, 2014: Austrian Music and Dance Workshop, presented by Gerald Kolm. Cooperage, Tuesday, 7:30-9pm in English--free.






Coming up



 Guest speakers from France and Germany on Best Sustainable Practices, Warren Auditorium (101 Ives Hall), 1:00-2:50 p.m. Invited guests include representatives of the Consulates General of France and Germany in San Francisco.

How Germany has gone Green: A Role Model for the Future
By Johannes Weber, University of Mainz/Germany, Fulbright Language Teaching Assistant
Participants will learn about Germany's renewable energy projects and policies, and also discuss energy use in daily life in different countries.
Thursday, October 23, 5:00-6:50 p.m. Ballroom C/D, Student Center (3rd floor)

Technology Exhibit: "renewables - Made in Germany"
International Hall, October 20 through November 7, 2014.
This traveling exhibit, developed by the Deutsche Energie-Agentur GmbH (dena), the German Energy Agency, provides information about renewable energy sources and technologies developed in Germany. It is part of the German Government's mandate to promote renewable energies worldwide. The exhibition provides an introduction to the various forms of renewable energy technologies and answers questions such as: What are the advantages of the different renewable energy sources and technologies? How do the different types of renewable energy technologies work? Under which conditions can these technologies be used? And what sort of know-how do German companies offer?
This exhibit is made possible through the support of the German Consulate General in San Francisco & the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.


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