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fall 2017 events



resume workshop with kerianne panos '98


Friday, December 1, 12:10-1:00pm, Campus Center 102. Kerianne Panos '98 will lead a workshop on writing resumes for those students pursuing careers in East Asia. Lunch provided! About Kerianne: Kerianne is president of MCML Consulting Services, an international educational organization she founded upon returning from Japan. Drawing on her experiences working in communications as well as her extensive language skills, she works closely with international students and professionals, offering mentorship and coaching to assist with adaptation to life in the United States. She also works with the Boston Red Sox as an Asian language specialist, using her knowledge of Chinese and Japanese to improve cross-cultural communication within the team. Get the poster


traditional and modern sounds in chinese music: a performance by baishui


Friday, December 1, 7:00pm, Earle Recital Hall, Sage Hall, Traditional and Modern Sounds in Chinese Music: A Performance by Baishui. This event features a performance by the Chinese musician Baishui. Born in a small Sichuanese city, Baishui is a composer and self-taught guitarist, pianist and master of many traditional Chinese instruments, whose compositions and performance have ranged across his career from neo-folk and dark-ambient-influenced music to experimental and post-rock sounds--and beyond. This event is free and open to the public. Get the poster



eas learning goals


December 7, 2015: EAS LEARNING GOALS posted here and on The Major page

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EAS courses for fall 2017-spring 2018


For a list of EAS courses and approved cross-listed courses for fall 2017 and spring 2018 click on the Courses link in the upper left hand corner of this page.