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  • Panel Discussion: WP Professors of Art

    09/25/17 02:00 PM - 09/25/17 03:00 PM

    In conjunction with the Faculty Exhibition: Zhiyuan Cong, Julie Ann Nagle, Lily Prince, Robin Schwartz


  • Passaic County College Fair

    09/25/17 06:00 PM - 09/25/17 08:30 PM

    Passaic County College Fair

    Prospective college students and their families are invited to the county-wide college fair at the WPUNJ Rec Center.

    The Rec Center is building 29 on our campus map.  Parking is available in Lot 6.


    Location: WPUNJ Rec Center
  • Greek Anti-Hazing

    09/25/17 07:00 PM - 09/25/17 10:00 PM

    Greek Anti-Hazing 

    7:00pm-10:00pm

    University Commons Ballroom B/C


    Location: University Commons Ballrooms B/C
  • College of Science & Health Career Day

    09/26/17 12:30 PM - 09/26/17 02:00 PM

    Join us in Science Hall West Lobby  during common hour for Resume Reviews and Career Conversations. 

    12:30-2:00pm

    Employer Partners will be on hand to meet with students to critique resumes and answer career questions. 


    Location: Science Hall West Lobby
  • Latinx Heritage Opening Celebration

    09/26/17 12:30 PM - 09/26/17 08:00 PM

    Latinx Heritage Opening Celebration

    Empowerment Speaker: Ernie G.

    12:30pm

    University Commons Ballroom A

    Lunch with Empowerment Speaker: Ernie 6. 

    6:00pm

    University Commons Faculty Restaurant


    Location: University Commons Ballroom A/University Commons Faculty Restaurant
  • A Place for Music: Reflections After Visiting a Palestinian Community Conservatory

    09/26/17 12:30 PM - 09/26/17 12:30 PM

    How is music taught and learned in another part of the world?  Is music truly an international language?  What does it mean to "find your place" through teaching, learning, and performing music?

    Come and hear Dr. Frierson-Campbell and other WPU faculty and alumni talk about their experiences visiting and teaching at the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music, an institution with branches in cities across the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

    Admission:  Free!


    Location: Shea Recital Hall 101
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