This semester the majority of events will be held virtually. Check the event description for details about how to participate, and contact the event organizer if you have any questions.
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Thursday, January 28, 2021
The history of capitalism in Egypt has long been synonymous with cotton cultivation and dependent development. From this perspective, the British occupation of 1882 merely sealed the country's fate as a vast plantation for European textile mills. All but obscured in such accounts, however, is Egypt's emergence as a colonial laboratory for financial investment and experimentation.
- Academic Events
- Guest Speakers
- Elliott School of International Affairs
Join Program Director Stephen Forssell online for a discussion about how the Graduate Certificate in LGBT Health Policy and Practice can take your career to the next level. The graduate certificate program, which is the first of its kind in applied health for the LGBT community, trains current and future healthcare leaders to develop strategies that address health issues and reduce health disparities for LGBT people.
- Columbian College of Arts & Sciences
The Lerner Learning Series is a set of five workshops focused on teaching students, faculty, and staff about fitness and wellness fundamentals in a safe and inclusive learning environment. These workshops are led by professionals in the fitness space and are meant to promote health-seeking behaviors and balanced wellness.
- Faculty & Staff
- Wellness & Health