Provost's Distinguished Scholars Lectures
Distinguished Scholars Lecture
The Caribbean Plate is moving eastward with respect to much larger North and South American plates.
A conversation with the distinguished Haitian writer, Edwidge Danticat.
Engaging Multi-Dialectalism in the Classroom: Towards a Culturally and Linguistically Sustaining Pedagogy
The Provost's Distinguished Lecture Series and the York WAC Program present the 3rd Writing Across the Curriculum Colloquium.
With Eyes and Soul: Images of Cuba
Ghosts and Skeletons of Political Violence in our National Closets “The past exists in order that we forget it” (Howard Jacobson, J)
Research Conversations Series with Dr. Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith Provost & Senior Vice President Office of Academic Affairs
Provost Distinguished Scholars Lecture presents Dr. Zoe Trodd – Harvard University Co-sponsored by the Departments of Biology, Social Sciences, History & Philosophy, the African-American Studies Center and York College Auxiliary Enterprises.
Dr. Balgis Osman-Elasha (Senior Researcher at the Higher Council for Environment and Natural Resources in Sudan)
Please join Dr. Nunez as she speaks about her latest work as part of the Provost Distinguished Scholars Lecture Series at York College.
Personal Responsibility vs. Social Responsibility
Dr. Elizabeth Nunez will read from her new novel, Boundaries as part of the Provost Distinguished Scholars Lecture Series.