Strategic Events

  • January 7, 2021

    Anti-Racism Lecture Series: Unheard Voices Of Protest

    Three leaders of protests against racism and police violence engage in a roundtable discussion about how they are strategically and tactically challenging racist practices in the US.

  • January 7, 2021

    Anti-Racism Lecture Series: Health, Equity and Communities of Color

    On World Cancer Day, associate professor of English Karen Bishop-Morris talks with Tranece Artis (Executive Director, Laini Fluellen Charities), Maria Perez (Coordinator, ACCESS Community Health) and Rachel Nagengast (Cancer Education Program Specialist with ACCESS).

  • August 21, 2020

    Founder’s Day

    In observance of Founder's Day celebrations, no classes starting at or after 12:00 p.m. (noon).

  • January 7, 2021

    Anti-Racism Lecture Series: Race, Gender and the 2020 Election

    Nadia E. Brown, associate professor of political science, Purdue West Lafayette, assesses the nation’s commitment to democratic ideals, focusing on the inclusion and exclusion of minoritized groups during the 2020 election, especially Black women voters and candidates.

  • April 30, 2020

    2021 Days of Discovery

    Our annual research celebrations enables students and research to present their research and other scholarly activities with the PNW campus community.

  • January 7, 2021

    Anti-Racism Lecture Series: The 1619 Project # Summer of 2020

    Reflecting on The New York Times 1619 Project – a history of the British imperialist project of enslaving Africans and colonizing America – Mita Choudhury, professor of English, invites a dialogue about the subversive power of protests, riots and resistance to authoritarianism.