Students should wear their robes if they have them. If they don’t have them, they are still welcome to participate!
Each graduating student being recognized may bring up to 6 guests.
Requests to bring more than 6 guests will be considered on a case-by-case — first requested, first-served. Each graduating student should RSVP with the number of attending guests by April 28 to David Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Irina Swain (email@example.com).
ECU’s Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures is hosting its second annual student awards banquet from 6 – 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, 11 April, in Harvey Hall, located in ECU’s Murphy Center. Please join us as we recognize our students’ achievements.
Tickets for family members, friends, faculty, and students not receiving an award are $22/ticket and must be purchased online by April 5.
Students receiving awards need only to respond to Prof. Smith that they are attending prior to 5 p.m. on Thursday, 5 April. (These students will have received an email invitation from him.)
November 9-10, 2017. ” ‘Here I Stand:’ Showing Civil Courage in the Face of Controversy”, 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses
Please join us for ” ‘Here I Stand:’ Showing Civil Courage in the Face of Controversy,” commemorating the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses (31 October 1517). In this two-day event series on Nov. 9th and 10th, we invite you to learn about Luther’s life and the importance of showing civil courage, especially today: If one wants to improve society, one needs to be willing to speak up for change and to work with people of differing mindsets to realize it.
Thursday, 9 November, 6-8:15 p.m., Hendrix Theater, Premiere Wellness Passport Event:
Join us as we view the documentary Empires: Martin Luther (Cassian Harrison, 20020) contextualizing Luther’s life and impact. With introductory remarks by Dr. Michael Gross (ECU, History).
Friday, 10 November, 2-3:15 p.m., Jenkins Fine Arts Bldg., Room 1220. Premiere Wellness Passport Event: Join us for a round table discussion featuring ECU student leaders involved in work designed to improve society for all of our fellow citizens. Upon conclusion of the discussion, we will adjourn to the space just outside Mendenhall/Destination 360, where anyone who wants to do so will be encouraged to write his/her suggestion for how to improve society on a note card, which we will laminate and then affix to the fence (as a way of commemorating the posting of Luther’s Theses).
Please contact Prof. David Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org), 328-5524, if you have questions regarding these events, which are free and open to the public.