College Events

  • World War I Centennial Lecture
    09/24/14 11:00 AM - 09/24/14 12:15 PM

    World War I Centennial Lecture: “Recruitment, Propaganda, and the First World War,” presented by Prof. George Robb.


    Location: Library Auditorium
  • A Tribute to Maya Angelou
    09/25/14 04:15 PM - 09/25/14 05:30 PM

    The event will include readings from Maya Angelou's poetry and prose by University faculty from the Departments of Women and Gender Studies, English and Africana World Studies.               


    Location: Library Auditorium
  • "Building an Online Altar": The 72migrantes.com 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 72migrantes.com 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 72migrantes.com 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
  • 31st Annual Orlando Saa Foreign Language Poetry Recitation Contest
    05/15/15 09:00 AM - 05/15/15 01:00 PM

    The William Paterson University Department of Languages and Cultures will hold the 31st  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, 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