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On The Calendar

April 29 – “Domestic Violence Prevention and Recovery Across the Lifespan” presents an unusual developmental perspective on domestic violence issues, sponsored by the Department of Social Work.
April 30 – Hundreds of accounting alumni honor University CFO Mary Lai and professors Ben Lee and Robert Rochlin at the Accounting Alumni Cocktail Reception, hosted by the Department of Accounting, Taxation and Law at the Luntey Commons, 6-8 p.m. For more information, call 718-488-3457 or write to business@brooklyn.liu.edu.
May 3 – Center for Urban Educators spring conference sponsors teacher education seminar, “Seeing Differently: Working for Social Justice Through Descriptive Inquiry.”
May 15 – Commencement - Brooklyn Campus
May 16 – Commencement - Pharmacy
May 18 – Pharmacy Day ’03 celebrates annual homecoming, with buffet lunch, networking/recruiting, children’s activities, cocktail reception. Also offered that day, a continuing education course entitled: “Compounding for Effects of Weapons of Mass Destruction.”
June 1-7 – The 10th International Ibsen Conference is held on the Brooklyn Campus (see box).
Ibsen in Brooklyn
Under the guiding hand of noted Ibsen scholar, professor Joan Templeton, the 10th International Ibsen Conference expects to gather more than 100 scholars from over 20 countries at the Brooklyn Campus for an extraordinary gathering about the most frequently produced playwright after Shakespeare. The conference is sponsored by the Ibsen Society of America and Long Island University, under the auspices of the International Ibsen Committee. Speakers will present papers on topics such as Ibsen in performance (on stage and in film), Ibsen in translation, teaching Ibsen, Ibsen in political and social context, Ibsen’s dramaturgy and Ibsen’s affinities with and influence on other writers.
Ibsen’s “The Lady from the Sea,” will be performed at one of New York’s cutting-edge venues — the Old American Can Factory in Carroll Gardens — on June 4.

June 13 – All-day conference on “New Approaches and Current Trends in Speech-Language Pathology” by Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
June 19- October 31 – The annual Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition in the Campus Courtyard
July 7-11 – Center for Urban Educators Summer Institute for Educators holds seminars and workshops in teacher education.
Fall Semester – With the National Collegiate Honors Council, Brooklyn Campus co-hosts 10th New York Honors Semester; 30 undergraduate students from honors programs nationwide will live on campus and participate in courses focused on “Building and Rebuilding the City.”
For more about these and other events, contact the school or department or
visit the ‘What’s New’ page of the Brooklyn Campus web site at www.liu.edu.

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