Events in the College of Arts and Humanities

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

  • Drop-In Drafting Lab (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Cobourn Hall 109: Trevor Colbourn Hall 109

    Starting a writing assignment, and don’t know where to begin? The University Writing Center’s Drop-In Drafting Lab can help! No appointments required — you can drop in during our open hours and: clarify assignment expectations develop a plan brainstorm ideas or just spend time writing!  Any and all writers are welcome! The Drafting Lab will be unavailable on the following …

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  • The Future of Heritage: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Understanding Ancient Cities and Empires in Mesopotamia

    Student Union 221: Student Union Garden Key Meeting Room

    Join the Kurdish Political Studies Program as we celebrate the Kurdish New Year. Panelists Petra M. Creamer, PhD, Assistant Professor, Emory University The Archaeology of Rural and Urban Assyria on the Erbil Plain Tiffany Earley-Spadoni, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Central Florida Kurd Qaburstan: Recent Results and Future Directions Moderator  Sarah Barber, PhD, Professor, University of Central Florida 

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  • Graduate Writing Group (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall 109: Trevor Colbourn Hall 109

    The University Writing Center and Writing Across the Curriculum presents the Graduate Writing Group. These are weekly drop-in hours where graduate students can find a time dedicated to work on: writing assignments thesis and dissertations and other research projects The Graduate Writing Group is also a place to meet other graduate students and provides an opportunity to get feedback about …

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  • Phi Alpha Theta Presents: Coffee with Dr. Creamer

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: 351

    Phi Alpha Theta will be hosting a “Coffee with Dr. Creamer” meet and greet from 3:00 to 4:00pm in TCH351, following her presentation at the Kurdish Studies hosted panel discussion, "The Future of Heritage: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Understanding Ancient Cities and Empires in Mesopotamia." For more information about this earlier event, see this link to the event:  All students …

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  • Jazz Chambers Groups Concert (Recurring Event)

    Rehearsal Hall

    Live jazz music performed by UCF’s jazz chamber groups.  Free admission. No ticket required.  UCF’s jazz chamber groups are small ensembles (quartets to sextets) that perform music appropriate to the level of musicianship in the group. Repertoire and improvisation skills are the main focus of these groups. The Jazz Chamber groups perform frequently around Central Florida.

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