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Lecture: "Unlacing Men: Sneakers and New Constructions of Masculinity"

Elizabeth Semmelhack is the senior curator of Toronto's Bata Shoe Museum and her work focuses on the construction of gender in relation to dress. She has curated numerous exhibitions that explore this history, including Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture, which will travel across the United States under the auspices of the American Federation of the Arts.

Refreshments will be served.

2014 Spring Career & Internship Fair

Are you looking to recruit for your internship or employment needs? Meet with our students and soon-to-be graduates, one on one during our Career & Internship Fair. Students are prepared with resume in hand for your pre-interview questions.

Students, log in to Poet Paths to find a full list of employers who will be attending the Spring Internship Fair.


Registration is required for employers and students to attend. 

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    Honorary Alumnus David Bohnett LHD '12 Honored by AJC Los Angeles

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  • Thursday, Jan 23
    Whittier College Student Helps Introduce High School Students to Scientific Research

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    Hundreds of New Poets Welcomed to Campus

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  • Wednesday, Sep 15
    Advise on Choosing the Right Fit

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  • Tuesday, Sep 21
    Construction Begins on Martin Ortiz '48 Elementary School

    Wichita Public Schools began construction on its $7.6 million Martin Ortiz Elementary School after a... More

  • Wednesday, Sep 22
    Dean Charolette Borst Presents on Upcoming Book on Scholarship and Education

    Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty Charlotte Borst was invited to deliver two p... More