Join Bin Zhao, Ph.D. as he discusses the historical ethnic migration and cultural changes that have occurred in Xinjiang, China.
Interpersonal communication skills are essential for personal and professional relationships as well as working with others.
Campesr ages 13 to 18 can get Psyched for Summer by participating in hands-on experiences that explore how our brains function, how we develop as humans and why we behave, think and feel the way we do.
This FREE camp guides campers to learn how to frame community concerns as an issue that they can work to solve using social media.
Collaboration in groups improves the way teams work and problem solve leading to more innovation, success, and improved communication.
To encourage understanding and response to your messages, you need to be confident in front of an audience.
Join us for our first-ever Hispanic Heritage Month Pachanga concert featuring Tiktok artist, Brenden Perez, Spanish rock band "LaMor," local tamborazo band from the Chicagoland area "Tamborazo Chanillos," and a PNW favorite, DJ Impact.
Join the Center for Global Studies for a day-long conference on immigration on PNW's main Hammond campus.
Join PNW Theatre for a performance of "Ceviche En Pittsburgh"!
In this public talk, PNW professor Richard Rupp will discuss the historical factors that are shaping the violence between Palestine and Israel, the U.S.'s position, and how the violence may recede.