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October 2011

October 2011

Shakespeare's As You Like It, Oct. 14-16 & Oct. 21-23
The Nazareth College Department of Theatre Arts proudly opens its 2011-12 season with William Shakespeare’s As You Like It on the Callahan Theater Stage in the Nazareth College Arts Center.
Author Peter Connors Presents "Growing Up Dead," Oct. 3
Peter Conners, School of Education alum at Nazareth College and local author, will present his lecture Growing Up Dead: Excerpts and Outtakes from an Ever-Evolving Present at Nazareth College’s Linehan Chapel on Monday, October, 3 at 5 p.m. Nazareth College is located at 4245 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14618.
Ernest Morrell Lecture RESCHEDULED for Nov. 10
Urban Education is at the forefront of discussion at Nazareth College as the School of Education hosts a discussion with Ernest Morrell.
Read-A-Thon to benefit Teen Book Festival, Oct. 15
Nazareth College students are joining teens around the Rochester area to take part in this year’s Rochester’s Teen Book Festival Read-A-Thon to help raise money in efforts to keep the festival free for thousands of teens.
Nazareth College Holds Coming Out Day Events
Nazareth College invites you to join in celebrating the LGBT community during our Coming Out Day events.
Native American Lecture Series Comes to Nazareth, Oct. 19
Oren Lyons comes to Rochester to share his wisdom on Wednesday, October 19, from 7-9 pm at Nazareth College’s Shults Center.
Hungarian Scholar and Researcher Lectures on Holocaust, Oct. 20
The Nazareth community welcomes Tamas Stark to present his lecture titled, "Perception of the Holocaust in Modern Hungarian Political Discourse."
Pre-K at College Program at Nazareth, Oct. 15
Nazareth College and Walter Cooper Institute for Urban Education are hosting "Pre-K @ College," a special event in partnership with Rochester City Schools.
National Acrobats of China at Nazareth Arts Center, Oct. 28
Nazareth College Arts Center welcomes the National Acrobats of China, a prize-wining troupe who has performed worldwide to great acclaim.
Nazareth Cardboard City Raises Awareness, Oct. 21
Students at Nazareth College have formed a Habitat for Humanity club, which they hope will become an internationally-recognized campus chapter.
Civil War Expert Hermina Glass-Avery Speaks, Oct. 20
Nazareth College is hosting a lecture titled "Hello, Massa! Bottom Rail on Top Dis Time" to reflect on the role African Americans played in the Civil War.
Erdmann Honored for Work in Literacy
Nazareth College is proud to announce that Dr. Naomi Erdmann, Director of Graduate Literacy Programs, will be awarded the Lifetime Commitment to Children and Education Award at the Rochester Education Foundation’s 6th Annual Partnership Awards Dinner on October 12, 2011.
Straub Lectures on Human Poverty and Power of Film, Oct. 27-28
The William H. Shannon Chair in Catholic Studies at Nazareth College proudly presents a talk by Gerard Thomas Straub.
Presidential Scholar Greene Visits Nazareth, Oct. 25
Presidential scholar John Robert Greene will be visiting Nazareth College to lead a discussion on the American presidents he has known and written about.
Nazareth Named Top Producer of Fulbright Students
Five Fulbright recipients have placed Nazareth in the number three spot of the Chronicle of Higher Education’s Top Producers of U.S. Fulbright Students list.
Professor Speaks on Turkey's Economic and Political Presence
Aykut Arikan will be presenting "Turkey - An Emerging Powerhouse at a Crossroads: Free Market Economy and Democratic Value."
Bessie Award Winner's Work to be Performed at 2012 Dance Festival
Nazareth College President Daan Braveman proudly represented the Arts Center Dance Festival at the N.Y. Dance and Performance Awards.
Glazer Named Art Educator of the Year
Tracie Glazer has been chosen as the 2011 N.Y.S. Art Teacher’s Association Educator of the Year for Region Two.
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