Events in the College of Arts and Humanities

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

  • Veterans Month 2019 Event: “Civil War Veterans: The Grand Army of the Republic Comes Home" Exhibit

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: Third Floor

    The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) was the largest Civil War era, Union Army veterans’ organization. It was the precursor to veterans’ organizations that we know today such as the American Legion. It was also the only racially-integrated national organization in the nineteenth century. This exhibit will commemorate this organization and honor its black and white members as part …

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  • Café Francophone - French Conversation

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: 211

    Come to the French café to improve your French communication skills and meet new friends! This week, it is part of the Language Speed Dating event. Join us in the UCF Student Union, Key West Ballroom 218AB to improve your French skills. This activity is for students who want to improve their French skills, and native speakers are welcome.

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  • Presentations about the TEFL Certificate (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: Room 358B

    Would you like to teach English conversation overseas? After graduating, you can get a job if you have a TEFL Certificate (Teaching English as a Foreign Language). It does not matter what you majored in, and you don’t need to be an education major. You just need a bachelor’s degree and a TEFL Certificate. A TEFL Certificate usually costs thousands …

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  • Book Discussion: American Dharma

    PSY 226: Psychology Building Room 226

    Join us for a discussion with our very own Dr. Ann Gleig about her new book American Dharma: Buddhism Beyond Modernity, with Dr. Claudia Schippert responding.The first 15 students to arrive will receive a free copy of the book! Book Information:The past couple of decades have witnessed Buddhist communities both continuing the modernization of Buddhism and questioning some of its …

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  • Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society Distinguished Speaker Series

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: 351

    Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society presents its annual Distinguished Speaker Series. Join us as guest speaker, Ms. Elizabeth R. Thompson, Executive Director of the non-profit organization, the Association to Preserve African American Society, History and Tradition, Incorporated (P.A.S.T., Inc.) presents "Education and Celebration: The African American Museum Experience". As an Orlando, Florida native, helming an organization that seeks …

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