Dr. Carter Wilson will share his research on critical theory, critical race theory and constitutional law. He will begin his discussion by illustrating how Justice Anthony Kennedy used critical theory in the same sex marriage decision (Obergefell v Hodges, 2015) and changed the meaning of originalism and textualism. Dr.
UPDATE 9/17- Due to the weather forecast this concert has been MOVED to Reynold's Recital Hall. Masks are required for admittance. The Wisconsin Brass Quintet kicks off the 2021-2022 Siril Concert Series with a FREE event at the NMU Shoreline Theatre! This event is brought to you by the Siril Endowment for the Musical Arts.
Meet the author, hear him read from his 2020 Michigan Notable Book of poems profiling his year of working three jobs -- as a high school teacher, teen arts director and pizza delivery driver -- and ask your questions! Kass is also the author of three other books.
This program is a one hour, live stream lecture, by Adam Weinstein, a foreign policy expert from the Quincy Institute. The lecture, sponsored by the World Affairs Council, will focus on U.S. intervention in Afghanistan, the resurgence of the Taliban, and the fall of Kandahar and Kabul.
Join us for the 17th Annual Construction Management and Technology Career Fair. This concentrated recruiting event, geared specifically towards students choosing construction, electronics, and technology majors, will allow you to visit with students and alumni who are seriously considering the challenging careers related to these fields.
NMU students are invited to audition for Next to Normal and The Wolves! Please read all of the below information carefully and email us at email@example.com with any questions. The audition schedule is below: AUDITIONS - Friday, October 1st - 6:00pm - 8:00pm AUDITIONS - Saturday, October 2nd - 1:00pm - 4:00pm CALLBACKS - Sunday, October 3rd - 1:00pm
Discover how NMU has changed over the decades along with Marquette's commercial and historical districts on a bus tour lead by Beaumier Center's director Daniel Truckey. Ready to learn about former off-campus hangouts and stories? Call 906-227-2549 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org *Free Admission*
NMU students are invited to audition for The Producers! Please read all of the below information carefully and email us at email@example.com with any questions. The audition schedule is below: DANCE CALL - Saturday, October 2nd - 10:00am AUDITIONS - Saturday, October 2nd - 12:30pm - 2:30pm CALLBACKS - Sunday, October 3rd - 3:30pm
Join the NMU Arts Chorale and University Choir for their first concert of the 2021 Fall Concert Series on Tuesday, October 5th at 7:30 pm! Admission is free and live steaming will be available!
Hear from writers Bonnie Jo Campbell, Anne Dimock and Peggy Wolff. Campbell is the author of the National Bestseller "Once Upon a River," and other novels. Dimock is a playwright and the author of "Humble Pie." Wolff is the editor of "Fried Walleye and Cherry Pie" and an acclaimed food writer.
About the Competition The Presidential Scholars Competition is designed for high school seniors to compete for 15 "full-ride" and approximately 200 additional scholarships. Our Fall 2021 competition will have two in-person competitions and a virtual competition option. (Students chose one to attend)
Janet Hopkins, mezzo soprano will be our next guest as part of the 2021-22 Siril Concert Series; Friday, November 12th at 7:30 p.m! General admission is $12 and free for NMU Students and Youth (18 and under). This event is brought to you by the Siril Endowment for the Musical Arts.
Commencement is the ceremony that celebrates the completion of a degree. There are two commencement ceremonies, one after each of the fall and spring semester. August graduates can participate in the May commencement if completing requirements during the summer or after graduating in the December commencement.
Adam Sadberry, principal flutist for the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, will be our next guest as part of the 2021-22 Siril Concert Series; Friday, February 18th at 7:30 p.m! General admission is $12 and free for NMU Students and Youth (18 and under). This event is brought to you by the Siril Endowment for the Musical Arts