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UChicago Grad Consulting Presents: "The Art of the Fit Interview," May 1, 2015 (open to all UChicago graduate students and postdocs)

You've been practicing cases and frameworks but don't forget the first part of the management consulting interview: the fit! Mohammed S. Hasan, director at PWC, will speak to us about the fit interview and the soft skills required to succeed in a consulting career. Registration is free and open to all graduate students and postdocs.

 

Sponsored by the Graduate Innovation Grant.  REGISTER HERE

 

Online Heritage Language Classes in Russian, Carleton University (starting Fall 2015)

Starting in Fall 2015, Carleton University will offer online Heritage Language classes for credit in Russian. These classes are intended for students who grew up with exposure to Russian, but who did not study it in a formal setting or at an academic level. Classes will take place online and will make use of a variety of online technologies. The courses will allow students to work independently on projects and self-directed tasks.

 

 

Why Heritage Language?

CFP: Upcoming Volume of Caucasus Social Science Review (CSSR), Center for Social Sciences; submission deadline May 31, 2015

Center for Social Sciences announces a call for paper submission for upcoming volume (Volume II, Issue II) of Caucasus Social Science Review (CSSR). Papers from scholars in all disciplines of social sciences (foreign policy and security, applied social research, higher education, development, gender studies, political science, anthropology, cultural studies, psychology, and sociology) are welcome for submission.

Central Asian Studies Society, Film Screening of "The Story of the Weeping Camel," April 29, 2015

You are Invited to Join the Central Asian Studies Society for a Special Screening of the Oscar-Nominated Documentary Film:

 

The Story of the Weeping Camel

 

The University of Chicago

Wednesday April 29th, 2015

Harper Rm. 102 (1116 E. 59th Street)

6:00 PM

 

 

The Franke Institute, Thinking the Greeks: a Conference in Honor of James M. Redfield, May 1-2, 2015

THE FRANKE INSTITUTE FOR THE HUMANITIES

Thinking the Greeks: a Conference in Honor of James M. Redfield

 

 

Thinking with the Greeks, James Redfield's students, colleagues, and friends honor his accomplishments as a scholar and educator.

 

 

Workshop on Language, Cognition, and Computation, Andrea Sims (Ohio State) on "Defectiveness as allomorphy," May 1, 2015

The Workshop on Language, Cognition, and Computation is hosting Andrea Sims from The Ohio State University this week. She is giving a talk this Friday May 1st (3:30pm, Rosenwald 011) on a topic related to her forthcoming book Inflectional Defectiveness (CUP, to appear 2015). A light reception will follow the talk.

 

 

Andrea D. Sims (The Ohio State University)

Serbian American Museum St. Sava, Book Signing and Discussion with former PM of Yugoslavia, Milan Panić, April 28, 2015

MR. MILAN PANIC AT SAMS

BOOK SIGNING AND DISCUSSION

TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2015 AT 7:00 PM

 

 

Please join the Serbian American Museum St. Sava and the former Prime Minister of Yugoslavia, Milan Panić, for a book signing and discussion in celebration of Mr. Panić's new memoir, Prime Minister for Peace: My Struggle for Serbian Democracy.

 

 

IOP Fellows Seminar, Suat Kınıklıoğlu on "Turkey and the US - Friends, Allies and Competitors," May 7, 2015

IOP Fellow Suat Kınıklıoğlu: Turkey and the US - Friends, Allies and Competitors

 

with special guest Michael Werz, Senior Fellow at The Center for American Progress

 

THURSDAY, MAY 7, 4:30 PM

Institute of Politics, 5707 S Woodlawn Ave | More Info/RSVP Here | Off the record/closed to press

 

 

IOP Fellows Seminar, Suat Kınıklıoğlu on "Turkey's Domestic Politics - Turkey at the Crossroads of East and West: Changing Strategic Identities?" April 30, 2015

IOP Fellow Suat Kınıklıoğlu: Turkey's Domestic Politics - Turkey at the Crossroads of East and West: Changing Strategic Identities?

 

with special guest Selcuk Sirin, Associate Professor of Applied Psychology at NYU Steinhard School of Culture, Education, and Human Development

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 4:30 PM

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