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Friends and Neighbors Calendar

February 18, 2019

Music Therapy Day

The Music Therapy faculty offer the opportunity to learn about the field of music therapy as a career choice and about MSU’s program. Highlights will include opportunities for networking, class visits and open discussion with the faculty. This event will be hosted by faculty and current students in the program.

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February 18, 2019

Reel Montclair: Academy Award Edition

Join other film lovers for an exciting evening of in-depth conversation about the Academy Awards, performances, snubs and the state of filmmaking today.

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February 19, 2019

Films and Filmmakers Series

Darya Zhuk is a Belarusian director and screenwriter with a background in video arts.

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Darya Zhuk

February 19, 2019

BOOKED: Present and Past Exhibition

Premiere of BOOKED: Present and Past is thematic only in the sense that each piece demonstrates the kaleidoscopic burst of creativity that happens when the words “book” and “artist” are juxtaposed.

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February 20, 2019

Guitar Ensemble

This event is part of the Cali School’s Wednesday at One series. This series presents a wide variety student and faculty vocal and instrumental performances throughout the academic year.

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February 20, 2019

Reading, Talk and Q&A with NY Times Best Selling Author Dorothea Benton Frank

Please join us for a reading and talk by Dorothea Benton Frank, followed by a Q & A session.11:30-12:30, Wednesday, February 20, in Student Center 419.

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Dorothea Benton Frank

February 21, 2019

Queering Sexy B(l)ack: Queer Youth and Pedagogies of Sexual Agency

This presentation will draw upon findings from multiple scholarly projects to explore how black queer youth engage in pedagogical acts that nurture their sexual agency, and it will consider how K-12 educators and teacher educators can support black-identified and other queer youth in ways that are culturally responsive and socially just.

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College of Education and Human Services

February 21, 2019

Presentation and Q&A by Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility CEO and President Cid D. Wilson

Cid Wilson was named President & Chief Executive Officer of the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) in July 2014. He works closely with corporate board members, Hispanic organizations, and corporate partners around the country, to increase the representation of Hispanics at all levels in Corporate America.

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Cid Wilson

February 21, 2019

Public Telescope Nights

See the night sky and learn about what you’re really looking at from professionals with professional equipment.

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The Science Quad outside of the Center for Environmental and Life Sciences

February 21, 2019

The SCM PR Speaker Series Presents: Russ Romeo Promotes The Dunkin Brand Through Integrated Marketing Initiatives

Russ Romeo has been with Dunkin Donuts since 1994.  In 2016, Russ became the brand’s Senior Director of Integrated Marketing.  In 2014, he was selected as one of the company’s “Top 10% High Performer.

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February 21, 2019

Philosophy for Lunch: The Hard Problem of Consciousness

Pinch your arm (gently). When you do this, various signals are sent to your brain, causing it to enter into a certain electrochemical state. The result: an experience of pain. But why exactly? Why does a brain in this electrochemical state give rise to an experience of pain––an experience that feels like this? Why doesn’t it give rise to an experience of pleasure or some other experience? And, moreover, why does it give rise to some experience as opposed to no experience at all? This is the hard problem of consciousness. In this P4L, we’ll try to get clear on what this problem is and what it means for consciousness in a physical world.

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Neurons

February 22, 2019

SCM Information Session & Tour (Carpe Diem Production Viewing)

We look forward to welcoming you to our School on the Montclair State University campus.

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School of Communication and Media

February 23, 2019

Vanessa Morin, soprano (Junior Recital)

A Cali School of Music degree recital.

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February 23, 2019

Bridging the University and High School Systems Through World Languages and Cultures: New Approaches to Italian Teaching on the East and West Coasts

Offered through Zoom, this free workshop open to the public includes presenters from California State University Long Beach, Montclair State University and NJ public high schools. It is organized by the Inserra Chair in collaboration with the Italian Program (MLL Dept.) and with the support of the Montclair State University Network for Educational Renewal.

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February 24, 2019

Graduate Open House – Spring 2019

Register now and find out how The Graduate School at Montclair State can help you achieve your professional goals and earning potential.

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Students of the Graduate School studying together

February 24, 2019

Allyson Latini, jazz voice (Junior Recital)

A Cali School of Music degree recital.

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February 24, 2019

Sundays with William Goldman: Marathon Man

A four part screening and lecture series with acclaimed film critic Stephen Whitty. We’ll spend four Sundays looking at this late legend’s famous films, and his own insights into the art of storytelling.

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Marathon Man flyer

February 26, 2019

Films and Filmmakers Series

Howard Libov holds two master degrees and is an award-winning film director, producer and screenwriter whose work has been distributed theatrically, on HBO, Showtime, Cinemax and PBS.

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Howard Libov

February 26, 2019

Jefferson Campbell, bassoon

With a focus on music that appeals to all audiences, Dr. Jefferson Campbell has commissioned and premiered over 20 new works for the bassoon in recent years. His New York City debut recital at Symphony Space in January of 2012 was titled “21st Century Bassoon: music that’s fun to play” and featured music composed since 2003.

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February 27, 2019

Children’s Media 101

Hosted by the School of Communication and Media.

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February 27, 2019

African Drumming and Balkan Ensemble

This event is part of the Cali School’s Wednesday at One series. This series presents a wide variety student and faculty vocal and instrumental performances throughout the academic year.

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February 27, 2019

French Film Series: Séraphine

The life of housekeeper Séraphine takes a most fantastic turn when Wilhelm Uhde, a German art critic, turns up in Senlis, France — and lays his eyes on her artistic creations.  (Rotten Tomatoes)

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Séraphine film poster

February 28, 2019

Nicole Rodriguez, french horn (Artist Diploma Recital)

A Cali School of Music degree recital.

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February 28, 2019

Public Telescope Nights

See the night sky and learn about what you’re really looking at from professionals with professional equipment.

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The Science Quad outside of the Center for Environmental and Life Sciences

March 1, 2019

Eric Persick, soprano (Artist’s Diploma Recital)

A Cali School of Music degree recital.

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March 2, 2019

Maegan Hoogerhyde, soprano (Junior Recital)

A Cali School of Music degree recital.

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March 2, 2019

Makaela Shade-Alexander, soprano (Junior Recital)

A Cali School of Music degree recital.

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March 3, 2019

Sundays with William Goldman: The Princess Bride

A four part screening and lecture series with acclaimed film critic Stephen Whitty. We’ll spend four Sundays looking at this late legend’s famous films, and his own insights into the art of storytelling.

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The Princess Bride film poster