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Annual Graduate Symposium (English Dept.)

Call for Papers

The Graduate Symposium presents students with the unique opportunity to not only present their work before their peers, but also to hone their speaking skills while simultaneously building their resume.

All English Graduate students are welcome to submit papers and presentation proposals to Jennifer Broman (jennifer.l.broman@monmouth.edu).

Threesis Competition

What is the Threesis? Consider it an elevator pitch for your thesis (or any research you’ve done). Present a 3-minute long, non-jargon prose description of your thesis or research paper, and compete against your fellow Grad students for $25 Barnes & Noble gift card!

Panel Discussion – Jobs, the Economy and Global Competition: New Jersey and the Macro Economy

Please Note: This event if free and open to the public, but registration is required.

Event Schedule

Registration & Coffee: 9:30 – 10:00 a.m.

Program: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

Program Participants

Moderator: Joseph M. Kyrillos, Former New Jersey State Senator (Ret.) and Monmouth University Public Servant-in-Residence 2018-19

PANELISTS:

Joseph Taylor, Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Panasonic North America

Christopher Maher, President & Chief Executive Officer of OceanFirst Bank

Ryotaro Tashiro, Regional Economic Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

Public Forum to Discuss Redistricting Reform for a Fairer New Jersey

Join the League of Women Voters of New Jersey and their Fair Districts NJ coalition partners for a public forum on the legislative redistricting process in New Jersey, gerrymandering, and ideas for reforms.

Speakers include Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute, and Yurij Rudensky, redistricting counsel with the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law.

This event is free and open to the public. Parking will be available on campus in Lot 13.

Event Hosts

Annual Holiday Bazaar

Cost: Free and open to the public.

Local vendors will be selling a variety of fun and unique products including jewelry, home goods, clothing, cookware and much more.

For parking, please use Lots 13, 14 and 15 – see our Campus Map & Directions for additional information.

The event is sponsored by the Global Experience Program, Monmouth University students who will be spending their winter, spring break and summer breaks volunteering in Haiti and Guatemala to serve the under-privileged. Proceeds from vendor table rentals will help support the organizations the students are working with.

For more information, contact Corey Inzana at cinzana@monmouth.edu or 732-923-4768

“The Other Vincent” Documentary Film Premiere and Closing Reception

Please join us for the closing reception of  Vincent DiMattio/50 a retrospective of work by Vincent DiMattio celebrating his 50 years as a professor in Monmouth University’s Department of Art & Design at 6:30 PM in the Pollak, DiMattio & Ice House Galleries. After the reception, there will be the premiere of a documentary film The Other Vincent at 7:30 PM in Pollak Theatre about Vincent DiMattio’s 50 year journey at Monmouth University as an artist and educator.

TechLaunch Bullpen #11

You are invited to join us at Monmouth University for TechLaunch Bullpen #11. Three tech startup companies, along with one lucky student tech startup from Monmouth University, will pitch their business plans to a panel of investors and be judged to see who can win TechLaunch Bullpen #11. Come and participate as a member of the audience and see how tech startups defend their concept and earn the interest of angel investors. Audience members will vote to decide the ‘Audience Favorite’ Award!

Schedule

4:30 p.m. Registration/Pizza/Networking
5 p.m. Introductions
5:15 p.m. BullPen Program (4 Investor Pitches)
7 p.m. Winners Announced
7:15 p.m. Networking with Entrepreneurs and Investors

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UCI Marine and Environmental Luncheon Speaker Series

State of Coastal and Ocean Acidification in the U.S. Mid-Atlantic

Coastal and ocean acidification have significant scientific and societal ramifications including the alteration of ocean biogeochemistry, ecological consequences associated with altered ecosystems, and economic losses due to the decreased survival of commercially important organisms. Guest speaker Dr. Grace Saba, Assistant Professor in the Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Center for Ocean Observing Leadership at Rutgers University will cover what we know and do not yet know about acidification in the Mid-Atlantic. We will examine recommendations from the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Acidification Network (MACAN) to enhance regional acidification monitoring and improve understanding of potential ecological impacts.

About the Speaker

Dr. Saba is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Center for Ocean Observing Leadership at Rutgers University. She also serves as co-coordinator for the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Acidification Network (MACAN). She received her B.S in Aquatic Biology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and her Ph.D. in Marine Science from the College of William and Mary.

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Menhaden Defenders: Why Defend?

The population of Atlantic menhaden (bunker) is at an all-time low. The loss of menhaden spells disaster for striped bass, tuna, bluefish, weakfish, osprey, whales, birds, and marine mammals. Captain Paul Eidman, founder of Menhaden Defenders, discusses the importance of rebuilding this stock. If we want to protect our game fish and marine mammals, we must protect their food! Come learn what you can do to ensure these fish remain abundant in our coastal waters.

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