Carlow University's MFA in Creative Writing Program presents, "A Reading with Doireann Ni Ghriofa and Kevin Power". Virtual, free and open to the public. Once registered, you will receive a Zoom link to join.
Explore how technology and interactive experiences bring learning to life through the intersection of communication, science, and art. View and discuss works by EsDelin, Yayoi Kusama, and TeamLab. Any interested educator, student, or community member is invited to participate.
Discuss brain, mental health, and physical optimization through the practice of mindfulness and meditation. Unpack what is creativity and a creative brain through the work of Csikszentmihalyi and Maxine Greene. Any interested educator, student, or community member is invited to participate.
Art and Learning: An exciting four-part series that explores the intersection between creativity, cognition, and storytelling. Join us for Part 1: See Like an Artist presented by Leigh Roche and Sarah Zeffiro. Any interested educator, student, or community member is invited to participate.
Join Nicole McCandless, as she presents her new book, "Down on James Street". Moderated by Joel Woller. Presented by the Cultural Theory-Historical Practices Lecture Series and Carlow University's Social Justice Institutes.
Join us for a candid conversation with Carlow Laureate, Sherry Hoback, MBA, BSN, RN, LNC – President & CEO of Tampa Family Health Centers, Inc. Sherry will share with us her front-line experience leading through the COVID-19 pandemic and how she overcame the fear, stress and overwhelming responsibility to lead an entire community health system to success.