UConn Chamber Orchestra
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
7:00pm – 9:00pm
Ferguson Library


Please join us for a FREE concert by the UConn Chamber Orchestra featuring music by Mozart, Tchaikovsky & Nielsen with guest soloists Solomiya Ivakhiv, violin, Rebecca Patterson, violoncello and Angelina Gadeliya, piano. The UConn Chamber Orchestra is conducted by Harvey Felder. This performance is part of the Ensemble in Residence Program, established by UConn’s School of Fine Arts and Department of Music. Co-sponsored by the Stamford Downtown Special Services District.

Contact: Caitlin Healy, caitlin.healy@uconn.edu


Zan Ng, “Bias, Diversity, and Stress in the Workplace”
Thursday, March 23, 2017
3:30pm – 4:45pm
Stamford Campus, Art Gallery

UConn Stamford welcomes Zan Ng, CEO of Admerasia, a multicultural marketing and advertising firm. Mr. Ng will speak on Perceptions, Bias, DIversity Management and the Role of Emotions and Stress in the Workplace. This talk is open to all students and may be of particular interest to Digital Media and Design, and School of Business students. Contact: stamforddirector@uconn.edu


National Poetry Month Celebration
Thursday, April 20, 2017
3:30pm – 6:00pm
Stamford Campus, Rich Concourse

Join us for a talk and reading with two-time National Book Award nominee and NC State Poet-in-Residence John Balaban, with Norwalk Poet Laureate and Norwalk Community College English Professor, Laurel S. Peterson. John Balaban is the author of twelve books of poetry and prose, including four volumes that together have won The Academy of American Poets’ Lamont prize, a National Poetry Series Selection, and two nominations for the National Book Award, among other honors. Laurel Peterson is Norwalk’s first poet laureate — one of only a handful in the state. This year she has been working to foster a love and appreciation of poetry among the city’s residents and visitors. Her poems have appeared in numerous literary journals, and she is the author of two poetry chapbooks. Contact: stamforddirector@uconn.edu



Senator Joseph I. Lieberman Conference & Lecture Series on Human Rights
Thursday, April 20-21

The purpose of this conference is to consider the relationship between citizenship and human rights through an interdisciplinary lens. The conference will consider “citizenship” in its broadest sense as a proxy for belonging, although the measure of belonging may be legal, political, or social and both reflects and compounds other sources of inequality such as discrimination on the basis of race and gender. For more information visit http://lieberman.uconn.edu/2017-the-human-rights-of-non-citizens-at-home-and-abroad/

Supported by Point72 Asset Management and the UConn Office of Global Affairs. Contact: global@uconn.edu



Panel on Government Investigations and Compliance
Moderated by Kevin O’Connor of Point72 Asset Management
Tuesday May 16, 4:00-6:00pm
Stamford Campus, A1 Auditorium

For attorneys seeking continuing legal education credit, and general public interested in the subject matter. More information on panelists and the event program to come! Contact: stamforddirector@uconn.edu

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