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Executive Vice President and Provost

UNI Interpreters Theatre presents "Live Thy Neighbor"

The people you call the cops on because they are still too damn loud? A young couple whose intimacy you hear through the walls? That lady who walks in uninvited at all times? The immigrants who curse in a strange language? The people who are hiding in the basement together during the war? The guy who does bad things when you are not looking? A series of poetic performances explore what it means to be a neighbor in times of crisis. This production includes mature language and themes.

UNI Interpreters Theatre presents "Live Thy Neighbor"

The people you call the cops on because they are still too damn loud? A young couple whose intimacy you hear through the walls? That lady who walks in uninvited at all times? The immigrants who curse in a strange language? The people who are hiding in the basement together during the war? The guy who does bad things when you are not looking? A series of poetic performances explore what it means to be a neighbor in times of crisis. This production includes mature language and themes.

UNI Interpreters Theatre presents "Live Thy Neighbor"

The people you call the cops on because they are still too damn loud? A young couple whose intimacy you hear through the walls? That lady who walks in uninvited at all times? The immigrants who curse in a strange language? The people who are hiding in the basement together during the war? The guy who does bad things when you are not looking? A series of poetic performances explore what it means to be a neighbor in times of crisis. This production includes mature language and themes.

Part II: Advanced Qualtrics Training

Participants in this hands-on workshop will learn more about reporting within Qualtrics, how to set up e-mail triggers after surveys are completed, when to use display and skip logic in your survey and more. This is the second of a two-part series about the uses of the Qualtrics software tool. You can attend one session without attending the other. Please RSVP by Friday, Feb. 16.

The Living Death of Solitary Confinement

Lisa Guenther, Queen's National Scholar in Political Philosophy and Critical Prison Studies at Queen's University in Canada, will present "The Living Death of Solitary Confinement." Guenther will discuss the profound effect of isolation on a person's thought, feeling, perception, memory and personal identity when subjected to solitary confinement. Some say this compares to a "living death," since many find it difficult to come back to life, even after they are released from prison. What does this living death suggestion about the philosophical understanding of personhood? And how might a philosophical critique of solitary confinement lead us to re-think punishment and accountability in the United States? For more information, contact Francis Degnin at francis.degnin@uni.edu or 273-3015.

Ethical Issues in Scholarship: Gender, Ethnicity and Power

Led by Helen Harton, psychology, this workshop will help participants become acquainted with key ethical issues involved in research and scholarship. It will include presentations and interactive discussion on topics related to power relationships, including issues involving gender and race/ethnicity. The session will help to satisfy the requirements for research ethics training for students employed on NSF and NIH projects. This session targets graduate students, but all are welcome to attend. Sponsored by the Center for Academic Ethics. Fits Part A of the Ethics in Scholarship certificate. Registration required.

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