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Wednesday February 19, 2020

Study Abroad Weekly Information Session

Interested in studying abroad? Join us to learn more about the process of applying and how to begin your adventure! 11:00 am - 11:30 am; University Hall room 2006

"Fifty Years of Inspiration and Impact: The Photographic Legacy of Klaus Schnitzer and His Students"

Guest curated by Robert Yoskowitz, this exhibition celebrates the career of Klaus Schnitzer, long-time professor at Montclair State University, and the artistic achievements of dozens of his former students from the past five decades.11:00 am - 6:00 pm; George Segal Gallery

Composition Recital

Performances of new works by Cali School composition students. 1:00 pm; Chapin Hall (John J. Cali School of Music) room Leshowitz Recital Hall

Reactions of Neonicotinoid Insecticides with Hydroxyl Radicals

Dr. Mychel Varner, Assistant Professor, Physical Chemistry Iona College, presents this seminar. 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm; Science Hall room 102, the Sokol Room

Optional Practical Training (OPT) Workshop: F-1 Students

This workshop is required for F-1 students who will apply for Post-Completion Optional Practical Training (OPT), for work that will begin after the completion of their studies. If you are completing your coursework this Spring 2020 semester and would like to apply for OPT, it is mandatory that you attend before submitting an OPT application. If you attended a previous workshop please attend one again, as new regulations and procedures have been implemented by USCIS that will impact your application.2:00 pm; Student Center and Annex room 419

Teacher Education Information Session

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm; University Hall room Addie's Lounge

Sea Changes: Culinary Connections in the African Atlantic World

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm; University Hall room 1030

The SCM Colloquium Series presents: Inside the World of "Chopped" with Director Michael Pearlman

2:30 pm - 3:45 pm; School of Communication and Media room 1040 (Presentation Hall)

Video Production 101

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm; University Hall room 1142

Understanding neutron stars using gravitational waves

Prof. Shaon Ghosh of Montclair State will give an overview of research on LIGO and neutron stars.3:00 pm - 4:00 pm; Richardson Hall room 256

A European Entrepreneurial Nonconformist Speaks Out

Learn why the new European model of entrepreneurship is superior to Silicon Valley's. Come hear both Prof. Dr. Markus Nachbagauer and Dr. Markus Raser from the University of Graz, Austria, discuss the advantages of the European startup model and how you can take advantage of them.6:30 pm - 7:30 pm; Feliciano School of Business room Room 101

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Thursday February 20, 2020

Philosophy for Lunch - "What Can Pigeons Teach Us About Color?"

"What Can Pigeons Teach Us About Color?"All Day; Schmitt Hall room 104

"Fifty Years of Inspiration and Impact: The Photographic Legacy of Klaus Schnitzer and His Students"

Guest curated by Robert Yoskowitz, this exhibition celebrates the career of Klaus Schnitzer, long-time professor at Montclair State University, and the artistic achievements of dozens of his former students from the past five decades.12:30 pm - 7:30 pm; George Segal Gallery

Baseball vs. Lehman

NCAA Division III Baseball action as Montclair State takes on Lehman at Diamond Nation in Flemington, NJ.3:00 pm; , ,

NLP for Healthcare in Electronic Health Records and Care Management Notes

Sara Rosenthal, IBM, discusses two projects demonstrating recent advances in Natural Language Processing in Healthcare.3:00 pm - 4:00 pm; Dickson Hall room 279

How to Mourn the Dead/ A Tragedy (in flux)

By Eric Marlin and Directed by Ilana Khanin. A New Works Initiative (NWI) made possible through the generous support of Bob & Holly Gregory.7:30 pm - 9:30 pm; Life Hall room L. Howard Fox Theatre

Richard Alston Dance Company

A selection of recent works highlights the unflagging invention of this beloved group, led by Richard Alston, one of the world’s finest choreographers currently celebrating his 50th year of making dances. 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm; Alexander Kasser Theater

HOW TO MOURN THE DEAD: A TRAGEDY IN FLUX

This world premiere is a new retelling of Sophocles’ classic Antigone for an era besieged by mass media. 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm; Life Hall room L. Howard Fox Studio Theatre

Public Telescope Nights

Join us in the Science Quad and see the night sky, up close and personal!8:00 pm - 9:00 pm; Center for Environmental and Life Sciences room Outside in the Science Quad

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Friday February 21, 2020

SCM Information Session & Tour

Join us for an information session about the School's academic programs and co-curricular activities and take a tour of the new state-of-the-art production, teaching, and research facilities. 9:30 am - 11:00 am; School of Communication and Media room 1040 (Presentation Hall)

"Fifty Years of Inspiration and Impact: The Photographic Legacy of Klaus Schnitzer and His Students"

Guest curated by Robert Yoskowitz, this exhibition celebrates the career of Klaus Schnitzer, long-time professor at Montclair State University, and the artistic achievements of dozens of his former students from the past five decades.11:00 am - 6:00 pm; George Segal Gallery

Study Abroad Weekly Information Session

Interested in studying abroad? Join us to learn more about the process of applying and how to begin your adventure!11:30 am - 12:00 pm; University Hall room 3011

Women's Lacrosse vs. Farmingdale State

NCAA Division III Women's Lacrosse action at Sprague Field as Montclair State hosts Farmingdale State3:00 pm; Sprague Field

Emma Wahlstrom, Artist Diploma Recital, Horn

5:00 pm; Chapin Hall (John J. Cali School of Music) room Leshowitz Recital Hall

How to Mourn the Dead/ A Tragedy (in flux)

By Eric Marlin and Directed by Ilana Khanin. A New Works Initiative (NWI) made possible through the generous support of Bob & Holly Gregory.7:30 pm - 9:30 pm; Life Hall room L. Howard Fox Theatre

Richard Alston Dance Company

Boasting a “rich, pliant, full-bodied” style that transports audiences “to the heart of dance itself” (The New York Times), Richard Alston Dance Company returns to Peak Performances for its final American engagement before the company closes its doors after more than 25 years. A selection of recent works highlights the unflagging invention of this beloved group, led by Richard Alston, one of the world’s finest choreographers currently celebrating his 50th year of making dances. Performed to live music, Alston’s witty Brahms Hungarian is presented alongside Shine On, the last piece the choreographer will create for the company. The fast-paced Detour, created by associate choreographer Martin Lawrance, rounds out a thrilling program that celebrates a troupe still in top form, even as the curtain closes. 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm; Alexander Kasser Theater

HOW TO MOURN THE DEAD: A TRAGEDY IN FLUX

This world premiere is a new retelling of Sophocles’ classic Antigone for an era besieged by mass media. 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm; Life Hall room L. Howard Fox Studio Theatre

Kyle Hayes, Senior Recital, Tenor

8:00 pm; Chapin Hall (John J. Cali School of Music) room Leshowitz Recital Hall

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Saturday February 22, 2020

"Fifty Years of Inspiration and Impact: The Photographic Legacy of Klaus Schnitzer and His Students"

Guest curated by Robert Yoskowitz, this exhibition celebrates the career of Klaus Schnitzer, long-time professor at Montclair State University, and the artistic achievements of dozens of his former students from the past five decades.11:00 am - 6:00 pm; George Segal Gallery

NJ Devils vs Capitals Game

Watch the New Jersey Devils take on the Washington Capitals.11:30 am - 5:00 pm; Bus leaves from the Student Recreation Center

How to Mourn the Dead/ A Tragedy (in flux)

By Eric Marlin and Directed by Ilana Khanin. A New Works Initiative (NWI) made possible through the generous support of Bob & Holly Gregory.2:00 pm - 4:00 pm; Life Hall room L. Howard Fox Theatre

HOW TO MOURN THE DEAD: A TRAGEDY IN FLUX

This world premiere is a new retelling of Sophocles’ classic Antigone for an era besieged by mass media. 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm; Life Hall room L. Howard Fox Studio Theatre

Sherry Mayce, Senior Recital, Soprano

5:00 pm; Chapin Hall (John J. Cali School of Music)

How to Mourn the Dead/ A Tragedy (in flux)

By Eric Marlin and Directed by Ilana Khanin. A New Works Initiative (NWI) made possible through the generous support of Bob & Holly Gregory.8:00 pm - 10:00 pm; Life Hall room L. Howard Fox Theatre

Richard Alston Dance Company

Boasting a “rich, pliant, full-bodied” style that transports audiences “to the heart of dance itself” (The New York Times), Richard Alston Dance Company returns to Peak Performances for its final American engagement before the company closes its doors after more than 25 years. A selection of recent works highlights the unflagging invention of this beloved group, led by Richard Alston, one of the world’s finest choreographers currently celebrating his 50th year of making dances. Performed to live music, Alston’s witty Brahms Hungarian is presented alongside Shine On, the last piece the choreographer will create for the company. The fast-paced Detour, created by associate choreographer Martin Lawrance, rounds out a thrilling program that celebrates a troupe still in top form, even as the curtain closes. 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm; Alexander Kasser Theater

HOW TO MOURN THE DEAD: A TRAGEDY IN FLUX

This world premiere is a new retelling of Sophocles’ classic Antigone for an era besieged by mass media. 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm; Life Hall room L. Howard Fox Studio Theatre

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Sunday February 23, 2020

Graduate Open House - Spring 2020

Join us on Sunday, February 23rd at 10:30 am for our Spring Graduate Open House10:30 am - 2:00 pm; University Hall

How to Mourn the Dead/ A Tragedy (in flux)

By Eric Marlin and Directed by Ilana Khanin. A New Works Initiative (NWI) made possible through the generous support of Bob & Holly Gregory.2:00 pm - 4:00 pm; Life Hall room L. Howard Fox Theatre

HOW TO MOURN THE DEAD: A TRAGEDY IN FLUX

This world premiere is a new retelling of Sophocles’ classic Antigone for an era besieged by mass media. 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm; Life Hall room L. Howard Fox Studio Theatre

Sundays with the Coen brothers: Fargo

FARGO (1996). A surprisingly mainstream success for the Coens, this “homespun murder story” stars Joel Coen’s wife Frances McDormand as a dogged Minnesota police chief. It won Oscars for Best Picture, Actress and Original Screenplay.2:00 pm - 5:00 pm; School of Communication and Media room Presentation Hall, Room 1040

Richard Alston Dance Company

Boasting a “rich, pliant, full-bodied” style that transports audiences “to the heart of dance itself” (The New York Times), Richard Alston Dance Company returns to Peak Performances for its final American engagement before the company closes its doors after more than 25 years. A selection of recent works highlights the unflagging invention of this beloved group, led by Richard Alston, one of the world’s finest choreographers currently celebrating his 50th year of making dances. Performed to live music, Alston’s witty Brahms Hungarian is presented alongside Shine On, the last piece the choreographer will create for the company. The fast-paced Detour, created by associate choreographer Martin Lawrance, rounds out a thrilling program that celebrates a troupe still in top form, even as the curtain closes. 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm; Alexander Kasser Theater

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