College Events

  • "Building an Online Altar": The Project
    09/30/14 11:00 AM - 09/30/14 12:15 PM

    Latin American and Latino Studies Program Tinker Lecture Series presents:

    "Building an Online Altar": The Project, presented by Alma Guillermoprieto.

      For more information, see this event flyer.

    Location: Cheng Library Auditorium
  • Tinker Foundation Lecture Series Presents a Lecture by Noted Scholar Alma Guillermoprieto
    09/30/14 11:00 AM - 09/30/14 12:15 PM

    Alma Guillermoprieto, an award-winning author, scholar, journalist, and speaker, will speak   on Tuesday, September 30 as part of the University’s Tinker Foundation Latin American Studies Lecture Series.  Her lecture,“Building an Online Altar: The Project,”  will address the collective effort to build an online altar to commemorate 72 migrants assassinated during their attempt to cross the México/US border in August 2010.

    Location: Cheng Library Auditorium
  • New Jersey 350th Anniversary Lecture
    10/15/14 12:30 PM - 10/15/14 01:45 PM

    New Jersey 350th Anniversary Lecture: “The Real Boardwalk Empire: Prohibition in New Jersey,” presented by Prof. Marc Mappen (Rutgers University).

    Location: Cheng Library Auditorium
  • The Police and Communities of Color
    10/16/14 11:00 AM - 10/16/14 12:15 PM

    The Gandhian Forum for Peace & Justice at William Paterson University Presents

    Jason D. Williamson, Staff Attorney – Criminal Law Reform Project, American Civil Liberties Union, speaking on

    “The Police and Communities of Color: Assessing the Realities of Policing in the U.S. and Strategies for Lasting Reform”

    Click here to see the event flyer

    Location: Cheng Library Auditorium
  • Center for Teaching Excellence Book Discussion
    10/16/14 03:30 PM - 10/16/14 04:45 PM

    The Center for Teaching Excellence is continuing its series of discussions of books relating to teaching and learning.   Our next book is Teaching to Transgress:  Education as the Practice of Freedom, by bell hooks.
    Wendy Christensen, of the Department of Sociology, has proposed this book and will lead our discussion.
    For a description of Teaching to Transgress, you might look at this link
    Join the discussion and debate about this book on Thursday, October 16, at 3:30 in the Cheng Library's Paterson Room.  Light snacks will be provided. If participants wish, the discussion may continue into subsequent meetings.
    The group will be limited to twenty participants. If you'd like to join us, let us know as soon as possible so that we can send you a copy of the book.  Please email .

    Location: Cheng Library Paterson Room