From annual conferences to dynamic talks and events, the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences offers an array of diverse programming.
Distinguished Speaker Series
The CHESS Distinguished Speaker Series returns this fall with compelling talks on everything from the representation of Mexicanness in animated films to what could happen around the Great Lakes.
Spotlight and Smart Lunch Discussions
We are excited to introduce colleagues, education and counseling candidates and the PNW community to faculty research and collaborative technology through two programs: Spotlight and Smart Lunch.
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Aug 22Disabilities Justice: Transnational Perspectives on Gender and Disablism
Fulbright Scholar Onder Islek of Aksaray University in Turkey will present his research on the role of schools in promoting independence among students with disabilities, especially those with visual impairments.