• April
    19

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    2017-04-19 19:00
    2017-04-19 19:00
    Guest Speakers, Special Events

    Vincent Toro

    Location:
    NJCU Gilligan Student Union, Room 129 Jersey City
    United States
    Time:7:00 PM7:00 PM

    NJCU celebrates National Poetry Month with a reading by Vincent Toro, a Puerto Rican poet, playwright, and performer from New York. Toro's latest work Stereo.Island.Mosaic. was just awarded The Poetry Society of America's First Book Award (selected by poet Natalie Diaz).

    Presented by Prof. David Blackmore (Coordinator of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies Program at NJCU) and made possible with support from The Council on Hispanic Affairs and the Federación de Estandes Latinamericanos.

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    19

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    2017-04-19 19:00
    2017-04-19 19:00
    Guest Speakers

    NJCU Presidential Lecture Series: Renowned Molecular Biologist Bonnie Bassler

    Location:
    Liberty Science Center
    222 Jersey City Boulevard
    07305 Jersey City
    Time:7:00 PM7:00 PM

    Tiny Conspiracies: How Bacteria Communicate with Each Other

     

     

    World-renowned molecular biologist Bonnie Bassler, Ph.D., is a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, and the Squibb Professor and Chair of the Department of Molecular Biology at Princeton University. She joined the Princeton faculty in 1994. Dr. Bassler is the recipient of numerous scientific awards and honors.

    The research in her laboratory focuses on the molecular mechanisms that bacteria use for intercellular communication, a process called quorum sensing. Dr. Bassler’s research is paving the way to the development of novel therapies for combating bacteria by disrupting quorum-sensing-mediated communication.

    A member of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the National Academy of Medicine, among many other scientific societies, Dr. Bassler is a passionate advocate for STEM studies and for diversity in the sciences. She also is actively involved in and committed to educating lay people in science.

    Admission is FREE with reservation. 

    Click here to reserve your place today.  

    For further information call 201-200-3426.

     

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  • April
    19

    Calendar

    2017-04-19 19:00
    2017-04-19 19:00
    Guest Speakers, Special Events

    Vincent Toro

    Location:
    NJCU Gilligan Student Union, Room 129 Jersey City
    United States
    Time:7:00 PM7:00 PM

    NJCU celebrates National Poetry Month with a reading by Vincent Toro, a Puerto Rican poet, playwright, and performer from New York. Toro's latest work Stereo.Island.Mosaic. was just awarded The Poetry Society of America's First Book Award (selected by poet Natalie Diaz).

    Presented by Prof. David Blackmore (Coordinator of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies Program at NJCU) and made possible with support from The Council on Hispanic Affairs and the Federación de Estandes Latinamericanos.

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  • April
    19

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    2017-04-19 15:00
    2017-04-19 15:00
    Guest Speakers, Workshops

    Guitar Recital and Master Class with João Luiz

    Location:
    Rossey Hall, Room 101
    Time:3:00 PM3:00 PM

    Free Admission
    Dr. Ana María Rosado, Coordinator

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  • April
    19

    Calendar

    2017-04-19 15:00
    2017-04-19 15:00
    Guest Speakers, Workshops

    Guitar Recital and Master Class with João Luiz

    Location:
    Rossey Hall, Room 101
    Time:3:00 PM3:00 PM

    Free Admission
    Dr. Ana María Rosado, Coordinator

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  • April
    18

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    2017-04-18 19:30
    2017-04-18 19:30
    Performances

    NJCU Symphony of Winds & Percussion

    Location:
    NJCU Margaret WIlliams Theatre
    Hepburn Hall
    Jersey City , NJ
    United States
    Time:7:30 PM7:30 PM

    Metamorphoses
    Patrick Burns, director
    Tickets: $15 general / $5 students and seniors

    The 60 musicians of the Symphony of Winds and Percussion, under the direction of Patrick Burns, play a program of new and traditional music, including: “Transformed Spring”  (Patrick J. Burns), “Chester” (William Schuman), “Prima Luce” (Jan van der Roost), “Second Suite for Band” (Alfred Reed), “Black Rainbow” (Nathan Daughtrey) and “March from Symphonic Metamorphosis” (Paul Hindemith). Featuring trumpeter Jerry Bryant, NJCU faculty member, as soloist. 

    Produced by the Caroline L. Guarini Department of Music, Dance, and Theatre. 

     

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    18

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    2017-04-18 19:00
    2017-04-18 19:00
    Special Events

    Visiting Artist Talk: Moon Molson

    Location:
    NJCU IMAP Studio
    Fries Hall Basement
    Jersey City , NJ
    United States
    Time:7:00 PM7:00 PM

    FREE
    Moon Molson was named one of Filmmaker Magazine's “25 New Faces of Independent Film” in 2007 and was a 2015 Guggenheim Fellow. His short films Pop Foul (2007), Crazy Beats Strong Every Time (2011), andThe Bravest, the Boldest (2014), all premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, have screened at over 250 international film festivals, and won over 100 awards. He has attended the 2008 Sundance Screenwriters & Directors Labs, 2008 Film Independent (FIND) Directors Labs, 2015 Warner Brothers Television Directors' Workshop, and 2016 FOX Global Directors Initiative as a Fox Director Fellow. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Film & Media Arts at Temple University in Philadelphia.
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