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Special Events in 2012-13

The McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts host outstanding programs and presentations to enhance learning opportunities for students, faculty and the community, including the following in the 2012-13 school year:

Jewish Geography: An Art Exhibition by Ben Schachter

Ben Schachter's representations of eruvim, symbolic enclosures that unite orthodox Jewish communities on the Sabbath, hung in the Duquesne Union's Les Idées gallery during the month of February 2013. The artist explained his work at the opening of the exhibit on February 4 and to learning communities and other classes on February 12.  View details and his opening-day lecture.

Boom & Bust Symposium: Impact of Energy Extraction on Local Communities, Nov. 12 & 13

This two-day symposium brought together experts, policy makers, and the public to explore and discuss the impacts of extraction industries on local communities, economies, and health. See details.

Gen. Michael V. Hayden, Global Security in the 21st Century, on Nov. 9

Gen Hayden is former director of the Central Intelligence Agency and two-time graduate of the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts. View details and the presentation.