The screenings will be held:
12 – 2 p.m. in Templeton-Blackburn Memorial Auditorium at Ohio University
6 – 8 p.m. at Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville
Both events are free
and open to the public
, tickets are not necessary.
Sustainability Film Series
Athena Cinema, Environmental Studies, and the Alden Library present the sixth year of the Sustainability Film Series, working in partnership with many sponsors. We aim to bring together students, faculty and regional community members to to acquire a deeper understanding of the current issues related to global environmental and sustainable challenges and solutions.
College of Arts & Sciences Themes Fall Semester Events
Themes provide ways for students and faculty to get involved in solving 21st century issues, and are excellent pathways to partner with community organizations and agencies to inform the academic practice with expertise from the field.
Wealth and Poverty Theme Events in Fall 2018
Join us this Fall to gain insight from faculty, students, and community leaders. These events are free and open to the public, so please come share your experiences and thoughts!
Wealth and Poverty Week: Action on Inequality
•“Poverty in American Higher Education.” Katharine Broton (Educational Policy and Leadership Studies, University of Iowa) Co-sponsored with Teacher Education.
Fri Sep 21st 3pm-4pm, Alden 319
• “How I Spent My Summer: A Panel Discussion of SHECP Poverty Intern Experiences.” Stephen Scanlan (Sociology and Anthropology) and OU Students Franchesca Rife (Sociology), Emily Walter (Geography), Bailey Williams (Economics), Kayla Wood (Journalism), and Serena Zhou (Social Work)
Mon Sep 24th 6pm-7pm, Alden 319
• “Good Works, Inc.: A Community of Hope." Keith Wasserman (Good Works, Inc.)
Tues Sep 25th 12pm-1pm, Alden 319
•“Children of Appalachia: Risks and Resiliency." Kerri Shaw (Social Work)
Wed Sep 26th 3pm-4pm, Alden 319
• “Finding Pathways Out of Poverty for the Isolated Appalachian Population," Jennifer Simon (LIGHTS Regional Innovation Network)
Th Sep 27th 5-6pm, Alden 319
• “Clinical Care or Community Development: What Role Should Hospitals Play in Urban Neighborhoods?” – Berkeley Franz (Social Medicine)
Fri Sep 28th 1-2pm, Alden 319
Wealth and Poverty Public Lecture
• “Slavery and Its Legacies: Comparative Approaches in Memory and Reparations.” Ana Lucia Araujo (History, Howard University) Co-sponsored with African American Studies, Black Student Cultural Programming Board, History, Latin American Studies, and Multicultural Center
Mon Nov 19th 3-4pm, Walter Hall Rotunda
Wealth and Poverty Student Initiatives
• Alternative Economies in Appalachia Field Trip led by Smoki Musaraj and Rachel Terman (Sociology and Anthropology)
Sat Sep 8th 9am-3pm
• Oct 1-31 – World Food Day food drive (in collaboration with Good Works, Inc.)
Wealth and Poverty Faculty Research Talks
“Trade War, Trade War." James Mosher (Political Science) – hosted by the Contemporary History Institute
Th Sep 27th 3pm-4:30pm, Baker 231