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Graduate Education Speaker Series

The School of Professional & Continuing Studies Graduate Education program invites you to participate in its Graduate Education Speaker Series.

The Graduate Education Speaker Series brings speakers and events onto the University of Richmond campus to address subjects of interest to prospective and current teachers, educational administrators, community organizers and others engaged in education and related fields.

For details about each event, please follow links below. Due to limited seating and catering expectations, some events require reservations.

Spring 2019

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Caldecott Medal Winner Sophie Blackall

Talk & book signing with 2-time Caldecott Medal winning writer and illustrator Sophie Blackall

Wednesday, February 20, 5:30 p.m.

Co-sponsored by Boatwright Library, the School of Arts & Sciences and SPCS Graduate Education

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Finding Strength(s) through Learning Stories

Presentation featuring Dr. Lisa Donovan, adjunct assistant professor of education, along with educators and artists who have implemented Partners in the Arts Engaging Creative Thinkers Award projects

Friday, April 12, 2019, 4 p.m.

Co-sponsored by Partners in the Arts and SPCS Graduate Education

Questions?

Contact Julia Burke, Program Manager (804) 484-1584

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