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Citing in APA Style


Citing in APA Style

Monday, Oct. 2, 5-6 p.m.
134 King Library (AIS)
Learn about American Psychological Association (APA) citation style. 

The Stella Walsh Story


The Stella Walsh Story

Presented by Sheldon Anderson, Ph.D., professor of history, Miami University

King Library 320
Noon, Wednesday, Oct. 4

Citing in MLA Style


Citing in MLA Style

Wednesday, Oct. 4, 5-6 p.m.
134 King Library (AIS)
Learn about Modern Language Association (MLA) citation style. 

The Challenge of Following the Steps of a Trailblazer


The Challenge of Following the Steps of a Trailblazer

Presented by Sharon Herbers, Ed.D. Professor, Dreeben School of Education, University of the Incarnate Word
Scene directed by Stormi Bledsoe, graduate student, advised by Dr. Ann Elizabeth Armstrong, Department of Theatre

King Library 320
Noon, Wednesday, Oct. 11

The Value of Local Government Archives


The Value of Local Government Archives

Presented by Robin Heise, president of the Society of Ohio Archivists and Records Manager/Archivist, Greene County Records Center and Archives

King Library 320
Noon, Wednesday, Oct. 25

Experiencing STEM Naturally


Experiencing STEM Naturally

Presented by Don Koller, environmental educator at the Hefner Museum of Natural History, and Julia Robinson, senior project manager and museum educator at the Hefner Museum of Natural History

Hefner Museum's Paul Daniel Classroom, Upham 106
Noon, Tuesday, Oct. 31

War, Revolution and Jewish Life in Russia: A Symposium


War, Revolution and Jewish Life in Russia: A Symposium

King Library 320
3-5 p.m. – Friday, Nov. 3

Presented by the Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies, this symposium expands upon the Havighurst Special Collections and Blavatnik Archive exhibits by bringing three leading scholars on Jewish History to campus for special lectures.

Conspiracy Theories and Revolution in Post-Soviet Russia


Conspiracy Theories and Revolution in Post-Soviet Russia

Special Lecture
King Library 320
4 p.m. – Tuesday, Nov. 7

On the 100th anniversary of the day the Bolshevik Revolution overthrew the Russian provisional government, Ilya Yablokov, teaching fellow in Russian Studies at the University of Leeds, offers an intriguing glimpse into post-Soviet Russia.