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Each month CICATS hosts a free science cafe with the Kavli Foundation on a different scientific topic. Our science cafe series aims to bring science to members of the community in an engaging and informal way.
The National Council of Negro Women and Sisters Inspiring Sisters are collaborating on the 4th Annual Black Women's Empowerment Panel. This event is for UConn professional staff and undergraduate students. This event is promoting sisterhood and is a fully catered brunch.
International Night is an event celebrating diversity and the different cultures present here at UConn. In addition to our multicultural feast, we host many performances from different cultural groups, as well as host intermittent international trivia. The event is free for all and is a great celebration of diversity and culture.
On Wednesday, November 7, Dr. Tom W. Smith presented "Antisemitism in Contemporary America." The evening is made possible by the Center for Judaic Studies Frances and Irving Seliger Memorial Endowment Fund and is co-sponsored by the American Studies Program, the Humanities Institute, the Department of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, and the Thomas J.
LaDuke is a rural development economist and author working on issues of sustainable development, renewable energy, and food systems. LaDuke is a two time vice presidential candidate with Ralph Nader for the Green Party. Her work is primarily in the area of Indigenous Economics, Food and Energy Policy.