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6:00 pm Mar 19th

MPA Virtual Information Session - online

11:00 am Mar 20th

Art Exhibition: RISK - WORK (on view through March 22)

Art Gallery
The importance of RISK and WORK in art is essential. These short exhibitions highlight the work of Marist College Art and Digital Media full time studio faculty. The exhibitions along with the series of individual Artist talks will stress the importance of risk in their daily studio work. These informal talks will feature examples, histories and anecdotes that inspire, guide and train students in this crucial part of the creative dialogue.

Each of these informal talks will be given by one of Marist College full-time Visual Art Faculty, held at 11:00am, and light refreshments will be served.

Artist talk schedule:
Prof. Ed Smith- Tuesday, Jan. 30,
Prof. Donise English - Tuesday, Feb. 6
Prof. Dan McCormack- Tuesday, Feb. 20
Prof. James Luciana -Tuesday, Feb. 27th
Prof. Richard Lewis -Thursday, Mar. 8th
Prof. Matthew Frieburghaus - Tuesday, Mar. 20

Exhibition schedule is January 25 - March 22 as listed below:
Donise English - Ed Smith - Jan. 25 - Feb. 8th
James Luciana - Dan McCormack - Feb. 15 - Mar. 1
Matthew Frieburghaus - Richard Lewis - Mar. 7th- Mar. 22
6:00 pm Mar 21st

MBA Virtual Information Session - online

5:00 pm Mar 22nd

For The Record 2018 Gallery Exhibition

Student Center
For The Record is a student initiative by the Marist College student newspaper the Marist Circle. The series sheds a light on inspiring and compelling student stories from the Poughkeepsie, New York campus and abroad. The initiative was created to highlight and celebrate students who are breaking barriers and making an impact in the Marist College community and the world.
5:00 pm Mar 22nd

The Marist Poll Guest Speaker Series: Featuring E.J. Dionne

HN2023 - Kondysar Presentation
To commemorate the 50 years since 1968, the tumultuous year in American society which laid the groundwork for today’s political system and defined a generation, Marist is offering a four-part series of guest lecturers with unique perspectives on that year.

The first speaker is E.J. Dionne, Jr., columnist for The Washington Post, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, and author of One Nations After Trump: A Guide for the Perplexed, the Disillusioned, the Desperate, and the Not-Yet-Deported. Seating is limited. To register for this event, click link below.
5:00 pm Mar 22nd

Talk: Professor of Management Helen Rothberg, "Leadership"

Management professor and author Dr. Helen Rothberg will discuss her book The Perfect Mix, Everything I Know About Leadership I Learned as a Bartender. Rothberg has consulted with Fortune 500 companies, small technology start-ups, and nonprofit organizations. Sponsored by the Hudson Valley Young Professionals and Marist Young Professionals.
6:00 pm Mar 22nd

Computer Science Programs Virtual Information Session - online

7:00 pm Mar 22nd

Lecture: David Chalmers, "The Meta-Problem of Consciousness"

Student Center
David Chalmers is Professor of Philosophy and Neural Science and Co-Director of the Center for Mind, Brain, and Consciousness at New York University. He is also Honorary Professor of Philosophy at the Australian National University. His research spans a host of issues related to consciousness and cognition in philosophy and cognitive science as well as problems in metaphysics and philosophy of language.
7:30 pm Mar 22nd

Talk: Carla & Joe Hallak, "Refugees and Resettlement: A Forum on Immigration"

MU3201 - Fusco Recital Hall
Carla and Joe Hallak are members of the Blue Marists, a group which has aided hundreds of displaced families after the outbreak of the Syrian Civil War. The Hallaks are refugees from Aleppo, Syria and will be joined by Tea Psorn, Resettlement Supervisor for Catholic Charities in Yonkers, NY. This event is organized by Campus Ministry and the History Department.
7:00 pm Mar 24th

Concert: A Cappella Invitational

MU3201 - Fusco Recital Hall
The annual A Cappella Invitational will feature The Lovely Sirens and Time Check. These groups will host The Enharmonics from Marist, Orange Appeal from Syracuse University, and Chromachord from Central Connecticut University. The invitational will be a benefit for Mental Health America.

Suggested donation is $2 at the door.

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