6th Floor, Glickman Family Library, Portland Campus
Elizabeth Berkana holds a BA in Art from the University of Southern Maine and an MA in Counseling Psychology from Antioch New England Graduate School. At USM she concentrated on printmaking, design and art history. She will soon add a Book Arts Minor to her original degree.
What does effective public engagement look like?
The Data Innovation Project and the Muskie School of Public Service will host a hands-on workshop with Dr. Eric Gordon, Professor of Media Art at Emerson College & the Director of the Engagement Lab.
Come to the ROCC for Coffee hour and Peer Mentor Training on Fridays from 10-11am. This training provides information about recovery, how recovery has been supported within the college environment, and some complicating factors that might emerge with students as they travel their path of recovery.
Resonance and Memory: The Essence of Landscape is a group exhibition where eight artists, in his or her own unique way, commemorates the profoundly mysterious, elusive, and imaginary qualities of landscape
Please join us for a brainstorming session bringing together interested students, faculty and staff to plan a series of disability awareness and community building programs/events for the Spring 2018 semester.
Recovery Oriented Campus Center (ROCC) — Top floor of Sullivan
Peer photography is a group of peer students that meet weekly at the ROCC to share a passion in photography. All skill levels are welcome, and all peers must supply their own camera. Come join us to take, share, and discuss photography!