Event Archive

Event Archive

Event Archive

December 2018

Career Panel

Panel Discussion, Careers in International Affairs, part 1:  Learning from Individual Experiences

History Department
Date/Time: December 5, 2018 / 9:30-10:45am
Place: James Hall, 3091A
For more information contact Kelly Duke-Bryant

Featuring: 

Melissa Marston, a recent Rowan graduate (class of 2011) with experience working for the Peace Corps, Cross-Cultural Solutions, and Jefferson University.  Her work has involved Ghana, Morocco, and Macedonia, and has often focused on issues of social justice and female empowerment.

Rachel Bellamy, a member of Rowan’s class of 2012 who has worked for over five years in communications and fundraising roles for international development and arts-oriented nonprofits.  She is currently the Senior Development Manager at KickStart International, a nonprofit focused on development and poverty relief.

Dr. Frank Plantan (Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania), Co-Director of the International Relations Program at the University of Pennsylvania and national president of Sigma Iota Rho, the international studies honor society.  During his long career, Dr. Plantan has worked in international affairs in both university and private settings, and he has considerable experience with and expertise on the South Korean economy.

Career PanelPanel Discussion, Careers in International Affairs, part 1:  Learning from Individual Experiences - Part 2

History Department
Date/Time: December 5, 2018 / 3:30-4:45pm
Place: Robinson Hall, 212
For more information contact Kelly Duke-Bryant

Featuring:

Robert Bullard, Director of the Office of Career Advancement, Rowan University.  Mr. Bullard and other staff members at the OCA provide a variety of services to Rowan students, including help with the job and internship search, career counseling, networking events, job fairs, and more.

Dr. Corinne Blake, Associate Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.  Dr. Blake is Rowan’s Fulbright Program Advisor and campus representative for the Boren Scholarship, Critical Language Scholarship, and other national scholarship programs that facilitate work, research, or study abroad.

Hilary BeckettRIPPAC's Careers & Cream Cheese - Hilary Beckett, Cabinet Liaison, Office of NJ Governor Phil Murphy

The Rowan Institute for Public Policy & Citizenship (RIPPAC)
Date/Time: December 5, 2018 / 8:30-9:30am
Place: Robinson Hall, 211
RSVP to Theresa Gauthier

Beckett graduated with a degree in Political Science from Rowan in 2013. She has experience on political campaigns and worked as Chief of Staff for state Senator Troy Singleton, Rowan '05, before joining the Murphy administration in January 2018.

(RIPPAC's "Careers & Cream Cheese" networking series is an ongoing, monthly bagel breakfast designed to expose Rowan students to a variety of possible career paths involving politics, government, and social change. 

November

What We Know About Antisemitism


Date/Time: November 1, 2018 / 9:30am-10:45am
Place: Campbell Library 226

In the wake of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, we all have lots of questions…What is antisemitism? Where does it come from? Under what circumstances is it likely to result in antisemitic acts? What are some meaningful and appropriate responses? Join Professor Harriet Hartman’s Contemporary Jewish Life class to explore the current research on antisemitism and what we can learn from it.

Fascism Madeline Albright

Cyber Crime and Cyber Security

Sponsored by Criminal Justice Preparation Club
Date/Time: November 1, 2018 / 9:30am-11:30am
Place: Chamberlain Student Center Room 144

Join Rowan’s Criminal Justice Preparation club, Professor Jeff Schwartz, Professor Terrence Buie and Cyber Security Expert Yoseph  Elkaim (1.7 million followers on social media) for a discussion on many exciting topics on computer crime and cyber security.

Fascism Madeline Albright

Walk it Like You Talk it


Date/Time: November 1, 2018 / 11:00am-2:00pm
Place: Robinson Circle

An Event to Engage, Inform and Reform
As part of the Department of Political Science and Economics Election Week Series, the students of the class Social Movement and Political Activism will host an event to celebrate engagement and political participation at Rowan.

Fascism Madeline Albright

Artist Talk With Kaitlin Pomerantz

Date/Time: November 1, 2018 / 5:00pm-6:00pm
Place: Rowan University Art Gallery

Sponsored by Women's & Gender Studies
Rethinking Public Space Through Mural Arts Programming in Philadelphia.

Fascism Madeline Albright

Feminist Conversations Series


Date/Time: November 6, 2018 / 5:00pm-6:30pm
Place: Hawthorn Hall, Room 204

Sponsored by Women's and Gender Studies
Gender, Sexuality, Diversity, and Young Adult Literature Panel featuring WGS faculty Megan Atwood (Writing Arts), Kate Kedley (Langauge Literature & Sociocultural Education) Colleen Montgomery (RTF) and Kate Slater (English).

Fascism Madeline Albright

Research Talk


Date/Time: November 8, 2018 / 12:30pm-1:30pm
Place: Bunce Hall, Room 304

Sponsored by Rowan Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies
Mikkel Dack (History) will discuss "Resorting to Gestapo Methods: Political Denunciation in Allied Occupied Germany.

Fascism Madeline Albright

Critical Junctures


Date/Time: November 12, 2018 / 3:30pm-4:45pm
Place: Winans Hall, Room 111
The International Studies lecture series presents “Democracy Promotion and U.S. Foreign Policy, a talk by Dr. Sarah Bush, Associate Professor of Political Science, Yale University, ”

Sociology Matters


Date/Time: November 14, 2018 / 11:00am-12:15pm
Place: Bunce Hall, Room 107
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology presents a panel discussion "Why Victims of Sexual Harassment and Assault Don't Report."

"Reconsidering Reparations"

Olufemi O. Taiwo-Philosophy, Georgetown University
Philosophy and Religion Studies Department
Date/Time: November 14, 2018 / 5:00pm
Place: Business Hall 301
For more information contact Edward Kazarian

Much of the discussion of reparations in the philosophical literature has centered on the case of reparations for the harms of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, often specifically with respect to Black people in the United States.  But the positions developed by philosophers have largely ignored potential contributions of the reasons and perspectives offered by activists and other political actors to the discussion.  This paper aims to demonstrate the potential fruits of such engagement by pointing to a distinctive philosophical view made available by their work and rooted in distributive justice, rather than symbolic repair or restitution for harm as typically understood.

Fascism Madeline Albright

Law School Fair

Law and Justice Studies Department
Date/Time: November 15, 2018 / 11:00am
Place: Chamberlain Student Center Ballroom
Are you interested in law school? Meet face-to-face with representatives from law schools in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Delaware, Virginia, Washington DC, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont and Massachusetts! Learn about law schools from around the country!

 

MA Reception

MA Criminal Justice Reception

Law and Justice Studies
Date/Time: November 26, 2018 / 5:30pm
Place: Library, 5th Floor
For more information contact foglia@rowan.edu 

Law and Justice Studies will be hosting a reception where you can find out more about getting an MA in Criminal justice and the many options they have including: Evening classes, Online classes, Accelerated Degree Options and more!

"Emersonsonian Self-Reliance: Pragmatism, the Enlightenment, and German Idealism"

Daniel Dal Monte-Philosophy, Rowan University
Philosophy and Religion Studies Department
Date/Time: November 28, 2018 / 5:00pm
Place: Business Hall 301
For more information contact Edward Kazarian

The objective of this paper is to try to establish the most comprehensive interpretative paradigm for Emerson's notion of self-reliance. One of Emerson's main messages is that we should rely on our own judgment, and not trust convention or social pressure. Different philosophical schools have tried to co-opt the notion of self-reliance, including the pragmatist school, which sees it as presupposing a rejection of absolute truth, and champions of Enlightenment rationality, which sees self-reliance as the independent exercise of reason. The paper considers whether the best framework for viewing self-reliance is German idealism, specifically the notoriously slippery notion of intellectual intuition we find in Kant.

Poetry at Rowan

English Department
Date/Time: November 28, 2018 / 5:00pm
Place: Chamberlain Student Center 221A

Bill Friend, Associate Professor of English, will be reading selections from his poetry and also will be talking about his poetic influences and creative process.

September

International Studies Graduate Fair

"International Affairs and Public Policy Graduate School Fair"

International Studies Department
Date/Time: September 17 / 10:00-11:30am
Place: Chamberlain Student Center, Room 144A
For more information contact Kelly Duke Bryant

Charlottesville Events"The Constitution and the lessons of Charlottesville"

Law & Justice and the Dean's office
Date/Time: September 18, 2018 / 11am
Place: Student Center 144
For more information contact Professor Mike Weiss

Please Join the Rowan University College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) in welcoming nationally renowned First Amendment expert and Dean of Delaware Law School, Rodney A. Smolla, for a special Constitution Day event. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from one of the nation’s foremost constitutional scholars about one of the most important constitutional issues of the day!

Missed this event?! Watch it in its entirety here!

The Act of Killing

"The Act of Killing"

Rowan Center Holocaust & Genocide Studies, Co-Sponsored with Asian Studies
Date/Time: September 20 / 7:00-9:30 pm
Place: James Hall 3117
For more information click here.

After the government of Indonesia was overthrown by the military in 1965, a group of gangsters were promoted to death squad leaders. What followed was mass killing that resulted in the deaths of one million people. This controversial documentary follows the perpetrators in present day. A discussion with historian Joshua Gedacht will follow.

The Significance of World War I"The Significance of World War I"

A panel discussion moderated by Melissa Klapper
History Department
Date/Time: September 27 / 2:30-3:30pm
Place: James 3114
For more information contact William Carrigan

 

October

Socrates Teaching"Justice and the Supposed Fallacy of Irrelevance in Plato’s Republic.”  

Sean Skedzielewski - Adjunct Professor of Philosophy 
Philosophy and Religion Studies Department
Date/Time: October 17, 2018 / 5:00pm
Place: Business Hall 301
For more information contact Edward Kazarian

Many commentators on Plato's Republic believe that the arguments adduced to prove that Justice is pursuit-worthy for its own sake fail. They claim that in responding to the challenges posed by Plato's brothers in the dialogue, Socrates offers an irrelevant response. I, however, will offer an interpretation of the dialogue and its arguments that purports to vindicate Socrates, his arguments, and reveal some of the deeper and mores surprising ethical and political significance of Plato's masterful text.
 
Theorizing at Rowan is a series of public, work in progress lectures covering a range of topics of relevance to scholars in philosophy, religion studies, and other related disciplines. The goal of the series is to promote scholarly exchange involving the Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies, the university, and interested scholars throughout the region. Speakers will include members of the department as well as faculty from other departments at Rowan and from other institutions.

Closest Thing That Comes to my Mind

"The closest thing that comes to my mind: Law, Genocide and Decolonial Hearing"

Jill Staufer-Peace, Justice, and Human Rights, Haverford College
Philosophy and Religion Studies Department
Date/Time: October 3, 2018 / 5:00pm
Place: Business Hall 301
For more information contact Edward Kazarian

Settler colonial legalism, in both its thinking and its practice, continues the destruction of indigenous ways of being and thus is complicit in genocide. My talk will demonstrate that this is true of “bad rulings,” when racist presuppositions are laid bare, and that it is also true of “good rulings,” when courts trying to be sensitive to unjust histories and current inequalities reinforce a structure of domination rather than challenging it. We might address this problem by cultivating "interruptive practices" that transform settler colonial views on logic, law, land, and ownership. Such transformation may also create space for modes of indigenous thriving that do not need to seek recognition from settler colonial courts.

Fascism Madeline Albright"Fascism, a Warning, by Madeline Albright"

Rowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies Book Club
Date/Time: Sep. 12, Oct. 10, Nov 14, Dec. 5 / 12:30-1:30pm
Place: Hawthorne 204
More info from the Rowan Daily Mail

Fascism Madeline AlbrightSociology Matters

Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Date/Time: Oct. 24 11:15am-12:15pm
Place: Chamberlain Student Center 144
For more information contact Dr. Seran Schug

Guest speaker, Evy Tolentino will speak on persuing justice for low-income workers.

Fascism Madeline AlbrightA Reading with Renee Watson

English Department
Date/Time: Oct. 29 / 7pm
Place: Business Hall, 104B
For more information contact Professor Bill Freind

Renée Watson is a New York Times bestselling author, educator, and activist. Her young adult novel, Piecing Me Together (Bloomsbury, 2017) received a Coretta Scott King Award and Newbery Honor.

"Forgiving and Forgetting"

Craig Agule-Philosophy, Rutgers University-Camden
Philosophy and Religion Studies Department
Date/Time: October 31, 2018 / 5:00pm
Place: Business Hall 301
For more information contact Edward Kazarian

As Tupac, the Dixie Chicks, and Martin Luther King Jr. urge us, we should forgive but not forget. But what if forgiveness causes us to forget--what then? In this talk, I look at blame and forgiveness as emotional stances, showing what we can learn about the relationship between forgiveness and forgetting and about the ethics of forgiveness.

April

Rowan Ethics ConferencePhilosophy and Religion Department
Rowan Ethics Conference
Date/Time: April 13, 2018 / TBA
Place: TBA
Handling StressPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Spirituality Discussions
Date/Time: April 25, 11-12pm
Place: SJICR, Hawthorn Hall, Room 204

March

Women and ReligionPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Spirituality Discussions
Date/Time: March 28, 11-12pm
Place: SJICR, Hawthorn Hall, Room 204
A Minor StoryRowan Center For Holocaust & Genocide Studies
It’s a Minor Story
Date/Time: March 22, 5pm
Place: Robinson, Room 201A

Rowan Criminal ClubLaw and Justice Studies
Rowan Criminal Club
Date/Time: March 7, 12:30-2pm
Place: Student Center, rm 144

Theorizing at RowanPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Theorizing at Rowan
Date/Time: March 7, 5pm
Place: Robinson Hall, 224
http://theorizing-at-rowan.tumblr.com 

"Race and Conservatism or, Decolonizing the Curriculum"
Guest Speaker: John E. Drabinski
Black Studies, Amherst College

 

EVENT POSTPONED FOR APRIL 11TH! (the snow is-a comin')!

Theorizing at RowanPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Theorizing at Rowan
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 21, 5pm
Place: Robinson Hall, 323
http://theorizing-at-rowan.tumblr.com 

"Racists"
Guest Speaker: Kimberly Ann Harris
Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University

February

The Promise movieRowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (RCHGS)
The Promise
Date/Time: Monday, February 12, 8pm
Place: Science Building Rm 126 
First They Killed My Father bookRowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (RCHGS)
Book Club: First They Killed My Father, by Loung Ung
Date/Time: Wednesday, February 21, 12:30-1:30
Place: SJICR, Hawthorn 204

Theorizing at RowanPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Theorizing at Rowan
Date/Time: Wednesday, February 21, 5pm
Place: Robinson Hall, 323
http://theorizing-at-rowan.tumblr.com 

"'Everything Becomes Possible' The Philosophy of Lévi-Strauss' Myth-Function"
Guest Speaker: Karl hein
Philosophy, Rowan University

Beyond DACACHSS Dean's Office
Beyond DACA: Dynamic Immigration, Dreamers, and Advocating for Change
Date/Time: Monday, February 26, 1:30pm
Place: Rohrer Business Building, rm 104 A & B

Spirituality DiscussionsPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Spirituality Discussions
Date/Time: Wednesday, February 28, 11-12pm
Place: SJICR, Hawthorn Hall, Room 204

January

Holocaust Remembrance DayRowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (RCHGS)
Holocaust Remembrance Day
Date/Time: January 25, 5pm
Place: Robinson Green  
First They Killed My Father bookRowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (RCHGS)
Book Club: First They Killed My Father, by Loung Ung
Date/Time: Wednesday, January 31, 12:30-1:30
Place: SJICR, Hawthorn 204

 

December 2017

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November 2017

International Studies: Rowan in the World - Rohingya Refugees and the Myanmar Crisis in Historical Perspective
by Dr. Joshua Gedacht of the Department of History.


Date/Time: Thurs. Nov. 30 5-6:15pm
Place: Robinson, rm. 224

Since August 2017, over 600,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled from the predominantly Buddhist nation of Myanmar. This talk will provide an update on this ongoing humanitarian emergency and examine the historical roots of the conflict going back to the British colonial era. For further information contact: James H. Shrader- shrader@rowan.edu  

Rowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (RCHGS): World War II Study Abroad program in May 2018
Date/Time: Thurs. 30 Nov. 2.00pm
Place: History Conference Room - Robinson 2nd Floor
Open to all majors!

Environmental JusticePhilosophy & Religion Studies: Theorizing at Rowan
What is Environmental Justice?, by David Clowney
Date/Time: Nov. 29, 5pm
Place: Bunce Hall, 106

Winkler EventRowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (RCHGS)
RCHGS Annual Lecture
Genocide and Mass Violence in an Age of Climate Change, by Alex Alvarez
Date/Time: Nov. 16, 7pm
Place: Westby, 111
Interfaith EncountersPhilosophy & Religion Studies: Interfaith Encounters
Spirituality Discussion/SJICR Reads
Date/Time: Nov. 14, 12:30-1:30pm
Place: Hawthorn Hall, SJICR Multipurpose Room

Philosophy & Religion Studies: Theorizing at Rowan
Critique and Care: Two Modes of Thought, by Sjoerd van Tuinen (Philosophy, Erasmus Univ., Rotterdam, NL / Institute for International and Refional Studies, Princeton Univ.)
Date/Time: Nov. 8, 5pm
Place: Bunce Hall, 106

Kalief BroederSociology & Anthropology, Africana Studies, Social Justice and Inclusion and Conflict Resolution: Hear from Akeem Browder, brother of Kalief Browder and his wrongful 2010 imprisonment story.
Date/Time: Nov. 3, 2pm (at 12:30, 2 of the 6-part documentary will be shown)
Place: Student Center Ballroom

Philosophy & Religion Studies: Theorizing at Rowan
Bessel and the Personal Equation: The Epistemic Consequences of Perceptual Relativity, by Matthew Lund (Philosophy, Rowan Univ.)
Date/Time: Nov. 1, 5pm
Place: Bunce Hall, 106

October 2017

Krista ThomasonPhilosophy & Religion Studies: Theorizing at Rowan
A Kantian Argument Against Solitary Confinement, by Krista Thomason (Philosophy, Swarthmore College)
Date/Time: Oct. 25, 5pm
Place: Bunce Hall, 106
Student Information NightCHSS Match Internship: Student Information Night
Date/Time: Oct. 24, 6-7pm
Place: Student Center, Rm. 144

Carolyn Enger, The Mischlinge ExposéThe Rowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Center: The Mischlinge Exposé
Date/Time: Oct. 24, 7pm
Place: Boyd Recital Hall, Wilson

Rumi SymposiumPhilosophy & Religion Studies: Rumi Symposium for Peace and Justice
Date/Time: Oct. 24, 5-8pm
Place: Student Center Pit
Spiritual Diversity GroupPhilosophy & Religion Studies: Spiritual Diversity Group
Date/Time: Oct. 18, 6:30pm
Place: Hawthorn, 2nd Floor, SJIRC Conference Room
Interfaith EncountersPhilosophy & Religion Studies: Interfaith Encounters
Spirituality Discussion/SJICR Reads
Date/Time: Oct. 10, 12:30-1:30pm
Place: Hawthorn Hall, SJICR Multipurpose Room

September 2017

Interfaith EncountersPhilosophy & Religion Studies: Interfaith Encounters
Spirituality Discussion/SJICR Reads
Date/Time: Sep. 12, 12:30-1:30pm
Place: Hawthorn Hall, SJICR Multipurpose Room
Philosophy & Religion Studies: Theorizing at Rowan
The Civil War Diary of Emma mordecai: a Typical Anomaly, by Dianne Ashton (Religion Studies, Rowan Univ.)
Date/Time: Sep. 27, 5pm
Place: Bunce Hall, 106
CharlottesvilleAfricana Studies, The Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies, SJICR
Date/Time: Sep. 12, 6:30pm
Place: Boyd Hall, Wilson

April

Kung Fu PandaPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Daoism, “Kungfu Panda,” and Philosophy of Life
Date/Time: April 17, 3:30PM
Place: Bozorth Hall Auditorium

 

 

MexicoInternational Studies - Rowan in the World
Mexico Today: Dollars, Drugs, and Democracy
Date/Time: April 17, 6:30PM
Place: Robinson Hall, 212

 

The Law & Justice Studies Department
Mock Law School Class
Date/Time: April 6, 11am
Place: Campbell Library, 126

Sociology & Anthropology Department
“The Emu in the Sky, The Southern Cross & The Crux of the Matter: Constellations, Flags, Nationalism & Identity in Australia.  Can the night sky be colonized?”
Date/Time:
 April 14, 4pm
Place: Robinson Hall, 205

Prof. Gianna Farrell, Cultural Anthropologist, will present this lecture. The Lecture is Sponsored by CHSS,  the Museum of Anthropology at Rowan University-MARU, and the Sociology-Anthropology Department.

Sociology & Anthropology Department
“The Red and the Black” Predynastic Egyptian Religious Practice: A Case Study in Early Mummification?”
Date/Time:
 April 28, 4pm
Place: Robinson Hall, 205

Dr. Jane Hill, Archaeologist/Egyptologist,  will present this lecture. The Lecture is Sponsored by CHSS, the Museum of Anthropology at Rowan University-MARU and the Sociology-Anthropology Department.

March

Operation Pied PiperThe English and International Studies Departments
Operation Pied Piper
Date/Time: March 30, 5pm
Place: Robinson 324

Six_Day_WarThe History Department
Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of the Six Day War
Date/Time: March 29, 11am
Place: Chamberlain Student Center 221 A-B 

Open Mic NightWomen's & Gender Studies
Open Mic Night
Date/Time: March 22, 9pm
Place: Student Center Pit

 

ReturnHomeRowan Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies
Return Home
Date/Time: March 22, 9pm
Place: Rowan Hall Auditorium

 

Russia Confronts the worldHistory
Russia Confronts the World: What Does it Mean for us?
Date/Time: March 22, 11am
Place: Student Center 221

 

3Plus3Event.pdfThe Law & Justice Studies Department
3 + 3 Law School Opportunities
Date/Time: March 9, 2pm
Place: Rohrer Business Building, Room 104A

DeathPenaltyThe Law & Justice Studies Department
The Ultimate Punishment: Understanding the Implications of the Death Penalty in Today's Society
Date/Time: March 9, 12:30pm
Place: Chamberlain Student Center, Room 221

Theorizing at RowanThe Philosophy & Religion Department - Theorizing at Rowan
"'To Condemn Nothing and Profit from Everything Good:' Leibniz and the History of Philosophy." 
Date/Time: March 8, 5pm
Place: Bozorth, Room 118

Dean Ammar Colloquium FlyerThe Dean's Office
Research Colloquium: Policing Interpersonal Violence in Immagrant Countries, a Researcher's View
Date/Time: March 1, 12:30pm
Place: Wellness Center Seminar Room

February

Rosa Parks LuncheonThe History Department
Rosa Parks Luncheon
Date/Time: February 28, 11AM
Place: Eynon Ballroom, Student Center
A People UncountedRowan Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies
A People Uncounted: The Untold Story of the Roma
Film Screeing and Discussion
Date/Time: February 7, 6-9pm
Place: Robinson 306
SlyviaTheorizing @ Rowan
Sylvia Plath's Poetry and Medicine
Date/Time: February 8, 5pm
Place: Bozorth 118
Compassion vs. ViolenceSpiritual Diversity Group
Compassion vs. Violence
Date/Time: February 8, 12:30pm
Place: Robinson 214 (SJICR Conf. rm)
Research ColloquiumRowan Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies
Research Colloquium
Date/Time: February 8, 12:30pm
Place: Wellness Center, Seminar Room
Ethics ConferencePhilosophy and Religion
Ethics Conference
Call for Abstracts due: February 20
Date/Time: April 28, 11AM
Place: Eynon Ballroom, Student Center

 January

Holocaust Vigil Rowan Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies
Holocaust Remembrance Day
Date/Time: January 26, 5pm
Place: Robinson Green