College Events

  • Afro-Latino Poetry Slam
    03/05/15 04:30 PM - 03/05/15 07:00 PM

    Afro-Latino Poetry Slam sponsored by AWS and LALS programs from 4:30-7:00pm in Atrium Auditorium


    Location: Atrium Auditorium
  • Discussion with author of "Ethics: Masculinity and Self-Representation in Latino-Caribbean Narrative"
    03/11/15 11:00 AM - 03/11/15 12:15 PM

    Discussion with Assistant Professor Jason Cortes from Rutgers University on his book: Macho Ethics: Masculinity and Self-Representation in Latino-Caribbean Narrative in 168B from 11:00am-12:15pm. 


    Location: University Commons, 168B
  • Library Auditorium- The Narrative of Hope: Portraits of African American & Latino Gay Men Living with HIV- Rivera
    03/24/15 11:00 AM - 03/24/15 12:30 PM

    Campus Community


  • HSS Career Workshop Series
    03/26/15 12:30 PM - 03/26/15 01:45 PM

    This spring career workshops are a three day series beginning on March 26, 2015.  There is an emphasis on resume writing, interviewing, and job skills for HSS majors.  Students can earn a digital badge for attending all three events.


    Location: Atrium Auditorium
  • Tinker Lecture: Adelante Film Screening and Discussion
    03/26/15 04:15 PM - 03/26/15 04:15 PM

    The LALS Program and Tinker Foundation are featuring a Film Screening and Discussion with Director Noam Osband of the film Adelante. Film Screening is 2:00-3:15pm in Library Auditorium with a small reception afterwards with students and Director of the film from 3:15-4:15pm. Here is the link to the film: http://www.adelantethefilm.com/


    Location: Library Auditorium
  • Geography Day
    04/01/15 02:00 PM - 04/01/15 03:15 PM

    Geography & Urban Studies Department Invites You To A Presentation In Connection With Geography Day
    Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2015
    Time: 2:00 – 3:15pm
    Location: University Commons Room 168B, Student Center


    Location: University Commons, 168B
  • HSS Career Workshop Series
    04/02/15 12:30 PM - 04/02/15 01:45 PM

    This spring career workshops are a three day series beginning on March 26, 2015.  There is an emphasis on resume writing, interviewing, and job skills for HSS majors.  Students can earn a digital badge for attending all three events.


    Location: Atrium Auditorium
  • HSS Career Workshop Series
    04/09/15 12:30 PM - 04/09/15 01:45 PM

    This spring career workshops are a three day series beginning on March 26, 2015.  There is an emphasis on resume writing, interviewing, and job skills for HSS majors.  Students can earn a digital badge for attending all three events.


    Location: Atrium Auditorium
  • HSS Career Workshop Series
    04/09/15 12:30 PM - 04/09/15 01:45 PM

    This spring career workshops are a three day series beginning on March 26, 2015.  There is an emphasis on resume writing, interviewing, and job skills for HSS majors.  Students can earn a digital badge for attending all three events.


    Location: Atrium Auditorium
  • Reclaiming Abortion Rights
    04/09/15 02:00 PM - 04/09/15 03:15 PM

    The Gandhian Forum for Peace & Justice William Paterson University presents Katha Pollitt, Columnist for The Nation, Award-Winning Writer, and Poet speaking on Reclaiming Abortion Rights.

    Please see the attached flyer for more details.


    Location: University Commons, Ballroom A
  • Safe Space Training
    04/16/15 12:30 PM - 04/16/15 01:45 PM

    David Rivera (Psychology) will be giving presentations on Safe Space Training on Tuesday, February 24th & Thursday, April 16th from 12:30 - 1:45PM.

    Safe Space is a campus-wide initiative that offers a clear and visible
    message of inclusion, acceptance, and support to people in the university
    community who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual,
    transgendered, and questioning (LGBTQ).


    Location: Atrium 267
  • Orlando Saa Foreign Language Poetry Recitation Contest
    05/14/15 09:00 AM - 05/14/15 01:00 PM

    The William Paterson University Department of Languages and Cultures will hold the 32nd Orlando Saa Foreign Language Poetry Recitation Contest to offer middle and high school students the opportunity to recite poetry in Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Spanish, and ESL. The levels challenged will be beginner, intermediate, advanced, and native (except for Latin, and ESL). Trophies are awarded to winning students in first, second, and third place. Fourth place winners get a medal for honorable mention. All students are given a certificate of participation.


    Location: University Commons Ballroom