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Career Development

Come learn more about resume techniques with Coach Harry.

It’s Time To Talk Sync


Are you a music enthusiast who’s always been curious about the behind-the-scenes workings of sync and music licensing? Look no further! Our virtual panel brings together a dynamic group of industry experts who will share their insights, experiences, and tips on navigating the complex world of sync and music licensing. This virtual panel is a must-attend event for anyone interested in the intersection of music and visual media.

Free and open to the public. Please register to receive zoom link.

Study Abroad 101

Pozycki Hall, Room 204

Do you want to learn more about studying abroad? Join us each Wednesday for information on studying abroad. Speak to students who have participated in our programs. Get some answers and get ready to travel. Visit the Study Abroad site

Alumni Speaker Series with Oscar Sanchez ’13

Live Over Zoom

As an early career recruiter for one of the world’s largest media and entertainment companies, NBCUniversal, Oscar reviews over 15,000 resumes annually. In this session, he will review resume formatting tips, what to include, and what not to include to ensure that you stand out in your internship and job application process. Oscar Sanchez, Jr. […]


Roots of Rock ’n’ Roll, Part IV


This three-session virtual course taught by Kit O’Toole explores the question – just what is rock?
Rock’s roots extend far beyond America, with sounds from various countries encompassing the building blocks of the genre. This course provides an overview of some of the cultures and traditions that contributed to the melting pot that is rock music. Africa, Cuba, Italy, and Mexico are among the places visited on this three-week musical tour. In addition to multimedia presentations, class discussion and activities will enable attendees to identify elements of these cultures in rock and roll.

$50 (for three sessions)

Ecological Restoration Project for the Climate Crisis

Van Court Park

Many people feel helpless in the face of the climate crisis, but there are many solutions. One solution that is well within the power of most people is strengthening the suburban environment. Environments highly impacted by human intervention especially those with a high proportion of non-native plants are ecologically less stable and less resilient to […]


Tell Pharaoh

Pollak Theatre

Produced by DUNBAR REPERTORY COMPANY, Tell Pharaoh is a concert drama about Harlem, our nation’s foremost Black community, from the time of slavery all the way through the 21st century. Written by playwright Loften Mitchell who was part of a groundswell of writers that contributed to the Black American theatre movement in the 1960s, the play is a masterfully crafted and poetic recitation of a history that began long before the slave trade.

$20; Groups of 10 or more $17