• February
    28

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    2018-02-28 19:00
    2018-02-28 19:00
    Guest Speakers

    An Evening with Dance Icon Judith Jamison

    Location:
    Skyline Room, NJCU School of Business
    United States
    Time:7:00 PM7:00 PM

    An Evening with Dance Icon Judith Jamison

    FREE with RSVP >

     

    Join the NJCU Center for the Arts for an evening with icon Judith Jamison - dancer, choreographer and Artistic Director Emeritus of the renowned Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. As a dancer, Ms. Jamison became one of modern dance's great performers and she was appointed Artistic Director of the company in 1989 at the request of Alvin Ailey, himself. She will reflect on her life and the importance of the arts in our culture.

    Ms. Jamison's appearance is presented in partnership with NJCU's Hagan Africana Studies Center and part of the University’s Black History month celebration.

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  • February
    28

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    2018-02-28 11:15
    2018-02-28 12:30
    Special Events

    Aarin Williams, Senior Staff Attorney with National Advocates for Pregnant Women

    Location:
    Rossey Hall, Room 510
    Time:11:15 AM12:30 PM

    Discussion of the surveillance and prosecution of pregnant women. Hosted by Jennifer Musial.


     

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  • February
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    February
    27

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    2018-02-27 18:00
    2018-02-27 20:00
    Special Events

    Power, Agency, Creativity: Black Women Writers and Artists

    Location:
    Lemmerman Gallery
    Time:6:00 PM8:00 PM

    Hosted by Edvige Giunta and Midori Yoshimoto.

    Co-sponsored by the English Department and the Art Department.

     

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  • February
    22
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    February
    22

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    2018-02-22 17:30
    2018-02-22 19:30
    Literary Events

    Julija Sukys: Siberian Exile

    Location:
    Gilligan Student Union, Room 129
    Time:5:30 PM7:30 PM

    In Siberian Exile, Sukys traces her family’s history while shedding light on the horrors the Lithuanian Jews faced during World War II. In this deeply personal memoir, Sukys considers what happens when the stories we’ve been told all our lives change, and how forgiveness operates across generations, and barriers of life and death.

    Part of WRITERS ON CAMPUS, a series featuring NJCU students, alumni, and faculty, as well as readings by guest writers. FREE and open to the public.

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  • February
    21

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    2018-02-21 11:30
    2018-02-21 13:00
    Special Events

    Second Annual Audre Lorde Symposium

    Location:
    Gilligan Student Union Room 129
    Time:11:30 AM1:00 PM

    A celebration of Audre Lorde featuring work by students and faculty.

    Co-sponsored by the Lee Hagan Africana Studies Center.

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  • February
    20
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    February
    20

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    2018-02-20 17:00
    2018-02-20 19:00
    Academic Calendar

    School of Business Instant Decision Day

    Location:
    NJCU School of Business, Harborside 2
    200 Hudson Street
    Jersey City
    Time:5:00 PM7:00 PM

    Interested in starting an M.B.A., M.S., or professional certificate program in business this year? Join us at this event and fast track your admission! Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with faculty and receive a decision on-the-spot.

    More information and RSVP online at njcu.edu/business-events

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  • February
    16

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    2018-02-16 12:00
    2018-02-16 13:30
    Guest Speakers

    Guest Speaker: Mark Yedlin - Transportation and Technology

    Location:
    NJCU School of Business (Room 232)
    200 Hudson Street
    Jersey City
    Time:12:00 PM1:30 PM

    Mark Yedlin
    Mark Yedlin will discuss a project a few miles north of NJCU campus to mitigate the effects of construction on the NJ-495 viaduct over Paterson Plank Road.  A combination of lanes and ramps will be closed soon for 30 months. Greenman-Pederson Inc. (GPI) is using a variety of state-of-the-art computer models for travel demand forecasts, dynamic traffic assignment and traffic simulation to develop and test plans to minimize construction related traffic delays through the area. The presentation will include both 2-D and 3-D animation sequences of expected traffic operations during construction as simulated by PTV’s Vissim model.

    After this presentation, Mark will enable participants to take a “Virtual Reality” (VR) bike ride across the George Washington Bridge.

    Mark Yedlin, Director of Simulation Modeling, has over 40 years of experience as a transportation professional specializing in the development and application of traffic simulation models to evaluate proposed improvements to traffic operations.

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