Winthrop University

Cultural Events Calendar

Welcome to Cultural Events at Winthrop University!

Explore a wide variety of events each semester, including theatrical productions, concerts and recitals, art exhibitions, film screenings, lectures and discussions, and more. The official calendar of events can be found below.

Click here to learn more about the program or contact us for additional information. For announcements on upcoming events, follow us on Facebook or Instagram.

Spring 2022

This calendar is updated on a regular basis as new events are added. Events are subject to change or cancellation. (note: Students should review the guidelines for credit prior to attending an event.) Click here to view the campus map.

    Date

    Time

    Event

    Location

    GLI

    01/11/2022 8:00 PM

    DSU Presents...Envision Your Goals
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & Discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This event will help you get ready to set your goals for the new year!

      Event Contact: getera@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Richardson Ballroom

     

    1/20/2022 7:00 PM

    "My Friends Call Me Josie": A Personal Story of Transition
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Description: In this event, Ms. Jocelyn Buschman will tell her personal story of transition and Dr. Ranallo-Benavidez will provide social and political context.

      Event Contact: 803/448-7837, williamsv@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)

     

    1/21/2022 7:00 PM

    DSU EagleFlicks Presents...Encanto
    Duration: 2.25 hours | Admission: $3 | Purchase Tickets

      Program: Film

      Description: A celebration of Colombian culture through dance and the film Encanto.

      Event Contact: | 803/323-4757, getera@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place GLI logo
    01/24/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Percussion Studio Recital
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Student Series
      Douglas Presley, director

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    1/25/2022 7:30 PM

    Sarah Masterson, piano
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Guest Artist Series

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    1/31/2022 7:30 PM

    Justin Isenhour, trombone
    Lannia Broñola-Dickert, piano
    Leonardo Mark Lewis, piano
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Faculty Series

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    02/02/2022 8:00 PM

    DSU Presents... Words Matter featuring poet Cocoa Flo
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: $5/students, $7/public, FREE with DSU All-Access Pass

      Program: Performance

      Description: Feature performance by award-winning spoken word artist Cocoa Flo.

      Event Contact: 803/323-4757, getera@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    02/07/2022 7:30 PM

    Omar Roy, piano
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Guest Artist Series

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    02/08/2022 6:00 PM

    College of Education Town Hall: Engaging in Crucial Conversations

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Description: Please join the College of Education for its first Spring 2022 Town Hall Meeting titled, "Engaging in Crucial Conversations." A panel of two Winthrop professors (Dr. Stacy Martin and Dr. Dennis Dotterer) along with an alumni and principal from the Charlotte Mecklenburg School District (Mr. Nemal Patel) will lead participants in a panel discussion of best practices for engaging in challenging conversations.

      Event Contact: 803/4916-910, martinsp@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

     

    Online (Zoom)  
    02/08/2022 7:00 PM

    Dr. Brooke Bauer presents: "Catawba Women and South Carolina Imperialism, 1780-1840"
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & Discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Catawba Nation member and professor of history Dr. Brooke Bauer a will speak about Catawba Women and their resistance to imperialism before 1840.

      Event Contact: 803/448-7837, williamsv@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place GLI logo
    02/08/2022 7:30 PM

    Tracy Patterson, saxophone
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Faculty Series

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    02/09/2022 7:30 PM

    Pipeline
    Duration: 1.5-2 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Pipeline explores the brokenness of the American public-school system by sharing the story of Nya, and inner-city public high school teacher. Nya believes in giving her students everything she has, but is persistent in making sure that her son, Omari, is provided with the opportunities that her students will never be able to have.  When an incident occurs at Omari's upstate private school which threatens to change his life forever, Nya must reflect on her actions as a parent and the reasons for her son's outburst.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    02/10/2022 7:30 PM

    Pipeline
    Duration: 1.5-2 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Pipeline explores the brokenness of the American public-school system by sharing the story of Nya, and inner-city public high school teacher. Nya believes in giving her students everything she has, but is persistent in making sure that her son, Omari, is provided with the opportunities that her students will never be able to have.  When an incident occurs at Omari's upstate private school which threatens to change his life forever, Nya must reflect on her actions as a parent and the reasons for her son's outburst.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    02/11/2022 11:00 AM

    Visiting Artist Lecture: Rachel Hooper
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Guided discussion of exhibition

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: What Does Progress Look Like? The Racial Politics of the Encyclopedic Art Museum in the United States, 1842-1876.

      The U.S. Civil War and Reconstruction were defined by intense racial politics as chattel slavery ended and frontiers were pushed west. Some of the first encyclopedic art museums in the U.S. were formed at this time, and prominent galleries gathered artworks from around the world to tell racialized narratives of progress. Acknowledging the ways in which art was involved in the politics of ethnology in the Civil War era can help us grapple with the legacy of this complicity. 

      Event Contact: 803-323-2399, gradl@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Rutledge 119 GLI logo
    02/11/2022 7:30 PM

    Pipeline
    Duration: 1.5-2 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Pipeline explores the brokenness of the American public-school system by sharing the story of Nya, and inner-city public high school teacher. Nya believes in giving her students everything she has, but is persistent in making sure that her son, Omari, is provided with the opportunities that her students will never be able to have.  When an incident occurs at Omari's upstate private school which threatens to change his life forever, Nya must reflect on her actions as a parent and the reasons for her son's outburst.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    02/11/2022 7:00 PM

    Sequina Dubose, soprano
    Gregory Thompson, piano

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Guest Artist Series

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    02/12/2022 7:30 PM

    Pipeline
    Duration: 1.5-2 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Pipeline explores the brokenness of the American public-school system by sharing the story of Nya, and inner-city public high school teacher. Nya believes in giving her students everything she has, but is persistent in making sure that her son, Omari, is provided with the opportunities that her students will never be able to have.  When an incident occurs at Omari's upstate private school which threatens to change his life forever, Nya must reflect on her actions as a parent and the reasons for her son's outburst.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    02/13/2022 2:00 PM

    Pipeline
    Duration: 1.5-2 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$8 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Pipeline explores the brokenness of the American public-school system by sharing the story of Nya, and inner-city public high school teacher. Nya believes in giving her students everything she has, but is persistent in making sure that her son, Omari, is provided with the opportunities that her students will never be able to have.  When an incident occurs at Omari's upstate private school which threatens to change his life forever, Nya must reflect on her actions as a parent and the reasons for her son's outburst.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    02/15/2022 11:00 AM

    Black History Month Event: From Slavery to Civil Rights, an Aural History
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: In honor of Black History Month, Mary D. Williams, historian and folk artist, will present a scholarly lecture and vocal performance that explores the Civil Rights Movement through the music of solo artists such as Mahalia Jackson, Marion Anderson, and Nina Simone.

      Event Contact: 803/323-3701 | dmcknightoj@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    02/16/2022 7:30 PM

    Spring Awakening
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$10 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Spring Awakening explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood as a group of young people struggle with questions of morality, sexuality and self-identity.  Set to a punk rock score, this groundbreaking musical personifies the struggles of growing up and finding your own unique voice.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    02/17/2022 7:00 PM

    WUG Talk: Exercising Empathy
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Guided discussion of exhibition

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Join Winthrop University Galleries for a discussion by exhibiting faculty in Exercising Empathy. Exercising Empathy is a group exhibition that invites multi-sensory interaction with ideas of human connection, concern, and compassion. The exhibition explores how art, design, and public engagement promote the kind of flexible thinking and creative problem solving needed to strengthen empathic responses.

      Event Contact: howardkm@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery GLI logo
    02/17/2022 7:30 PM

    Spring Awakening
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$10 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Spring Awakening explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood as a group of young people struggle with questions of morality, sexuality and self-identity.  Set to a punk rock score, this groundbreaking musical personifies the struggles of growing up and finding your own unique voice.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    02/18/2022 7:30 PM

    Spring Awakening
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$10 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Spring Awakening explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood as a group of young people struggle with questions of morality, sexuality and self-identity.  Set to a punk rock score, this groundbreaking musical personifies the struggles of growing up and finding your own unique voice.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    02/18/2022 8:00 PM

    Modern Migrations from Mesoamerica in the Context of Economic Precarity and Climate Change in the Region
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: What are the root causes of recent immigration flows from Central America in recent years? How
      are they addressed by their respective governments and the Biden-Harris administration? Is there a light at the end of the tunnel? Tock is the Executive Director of the Minnesota Council on Latino Affairs (MCLA). Her work in the Council involves leading the Council in advancing the legislative priorities of the Latino community driven agenda, informing and advising policy makers about Latinos most pressing issues, and creating synergies and collaborations with Latino leaders and organizations to support their advocacy.

      Event Contact: 612/987-2453, woodfillb@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom) GLI logo
    02/19/2022 7:30 PM

    Spring Awakening
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$10 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Spring Awakening explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood as a group of young people struggle with questions of morality, sexuality and self-identity.  Set to a punk rock score, this groundbreaking musical personifies the struggles of growing up and finding your own unique voice.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    02/20/2022 2:00 PM

    Spring Awakening
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$10 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Spring Awakening explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood as a group of young people struggle with questions of morality, sexuality and self-identity.  Set to a punk rock score, this groundbreaking musical personifies the struggles of growing up and finding your own unique voice.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    02/21/2022 7:30 PM

    Celebrating Black Composers
    Featuring Winthrop String Students and Winthrop Dance Students
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Special Event

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    McBryde Hall GLI logo
    02/22/2022 6:30 PM

    Film & Discussion: The Hunting Ground
    Duration: 2.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Film & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: In this event, we will watch The Hunting Ground, a 2015 documentary film about the incidence of sexual assault on college campuses in the United States, and then host a discussion and Q&A with several key campus leaders and personnel who can speak to the incidence of sexual assault, reporting processes, and resources available for students at Winthrop University.

      Event Contact: 803/524-9608, disneyj@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    02/23/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop University Vision of Prayze Gospel Choir YouthDaze Concert
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Music performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Come out to listen to the Vision of Prayze Gospel Choir perform an array of songs, including black spirituals, hymns, and contemporary Gospel. We will celebrate Black History Month in a magnificent way.

      Event Contact: 843/468-5642, mingoa5@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    02/24/2022 11:00 AM

    Common Book Event: 'Close to Home: Human Trafficking in the Carolinas'
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & Discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: This presentation will awareness about the unique topic of human trafficking in the U.S. and in South Carolina.

      Event Contact: moyonk@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Whitton Auditorium GLI logo
    02/24/2022 11:00 AM

    Color Forecast 2022
    Duration: 1.25 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: A presentation on color trends in design.

      Event Contact: sohns@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom) GLI logo
    02/24/2022 5:00 PM

    International Game Night: Taekwondo
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Join Dr. Inae Oh to learn about the five basic moves in Taekwondo, a self-defense martial art founded in the Korean culture and military history of previous Asian kingdoms.

      Event Contact: 803/323-2133, international@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    West Center 206 GLI logo
    02/24/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Symphonic Band &
    Winthrop Wind Symphony
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Ensemble Series,
      Douglas Presley, conductor
      Lorrie Crochet, conductor

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Tillman Auditorium GLI logo
    02/24/2022 8:00 PM

    Film & Discussion: "I Am Not Your Negro"
    Duration: 1.75 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Film & discussion

      Description: The Fine Arts Department DEI Committee hosts the screening and discussion of the 2016 documentary film of "I Am Not Your Negro."

      Event Contact: davidsons@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Rutledge 119  
    02/25/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Opera Theatre Production:
    "Hansel and Gretel"
    Duration: 45 minutes | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Special Event
      Jeffrey McEvoy, director

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    02/25/2022 8:00 PM

    DSU presents...MeetMe @ the Intersection
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $5/students, $7/public, free w/DSU All-Access pass | Purchase Tickets

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Description: This is a panel conversation about the concept of intersectionality and how students occupy a variety of different identities and statuses based upon their religion, race, social class, sexuality, etc.

      Event Contact: 803/323-4757, getera@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall  
    02/26/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Opera Theatre Production:
    "Hansel and Gretel"
    Duration: 45 minutes | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Special Event
      Jeffrey McEvoy, director

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    02/27/2022 3:00 PM

    Winthrop Opera Theatre Production:
    "Hansel and Gretel"
    Duration: 45 minutes | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Special Event
      Jeffrey McEvoy, director

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    02/28/2022 7:30 PM

    Carolinas Wind Orchestra
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Special Event
      Lorie Crochet, conductor

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Marvin Ridge High School GLI logo
    03/01/2022 6:00 PM

    Economic Insights: Careers, Networking, and More
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Come learn about South Carolina's economic outlook and where you will fit into the job market!

      Event Contact: nagyj@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Richardson Ballroom  
    03/04/2022 5:00 PM

    English Department's Creative Writing Showcase
    Duration: 1.25 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Reading

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: The Creative Writing Showcase features talented student writers from Winthrop as well as featured poet Jane Bowman Smith.

      Event Contact: 803/323-4554, martinme@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Rutledge Gallery GLI logo
    03/07/2022 7:30 PM

    Hamilton Tescarello, piano
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Guest Artist Series

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    03/08/2022 7:00 PM

    World Hijab Day
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Learn and gain knowledge as we present a lecture on the hijab (headscarf) in Islam.

      Event Contact: tabassumf2@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place GLI logo
    03/09/2022 11:00 AM

    Roots and Ramifications of 21st-Century Challenges to the Freedom to Read
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free | Zoom link

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: What are the historical roots and contemporary implications of recent challenges to school library holdings and public school curricula? National and regional experts explore the history of free speech laws, their application to K-12 schools and higher education, the literary significance of such controversies, and the impacts of these challenges on marginalized groups.

      Event Contact: kendrickk@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)  
    03/10/2022 11:00 AM

    Addressing Global Gender-Based Issues: The Case of Belize
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description:

      Event Contact: 803/431-5171, asaadl2@mailbox.winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)  
    03/10/2022 7:06 PM

    The Importance of Black Educators
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: A discussion on the importance and impact that African-Americans have in the schools and communities that they build.

      Event Contact: reidj15@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    03/22/2022 11:00 AM

    Bridging the Gap: Connecting the Winthrop Experiences
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Join campus leaders, faculty, and staff for an engaging and insightful speaking engagement with inspiring personal stories, and panel discussions focused on bridging the gap between the Winthrop student experience and Rock Hill State University. Our amazing, diverse group of panelists and speakers are looking forward to discussing and sharing all about the Black student experience, the challenges of navigating between these two spaces, and how to create a more inclusive environment.

      Event Contact: Shayna Foxworth, 803/323-3019

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    03/22/2022 5:00 PM

    Physical Education Through the Eyes of the Educator
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: A panel discussion that takes a glimpse into the physical education classroom over the years.

      Event Contact: bowersg3@mailbox.winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Owens Hall G01  
    03/22/2022 7:00 PM

    America's Real Sister Act: Black Catholic Nuns in United States History
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: In honor of Women's History Month, Dr. Shannen Dee Williams, Associate Professor of History at the University of Dayton, will give the talk "America's Real Sister Act: Black Catholic Nuns in United States History."

      Event Contact: Dr. Jennifer Dixon-McKnight, 803/323-3701

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)  
    03/22/2022 7:30 PM

    Matthew Manwarren, piano
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Faculty Series

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    03/23/2022 6:00 PM

    Beyond Position Statements: Focusing on Equity During Challenging Times
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Description: An engaging conversation on promoting equity for all with Dr. Gloria Boutte, a Carolina Distinguished professor at the University of South Carolina and the founder of Center for the Education and Equity of African American Students. Attendees will learn more about Dr. Boutte's international work and her fight for educational equity in the state of South Carolina and across the globe.

      Event Contact: gloverc@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)  
    03/23/2022 7:00 PM

    The Dorothy Perry Thompson Colloquium: "Jacob, Esau, and the Politics of Soup"
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: The Dorothy Perry Thompson Colloquium presents Dr. Matthew Platt, an Associate Professor of Political Science at Morehouse College, giving the talk "Jacob, Esau, and the Politics of Soup."

      Event Contact: dmcknightoj@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)  
    03/24/2022 7:00 PM

    A Precursor to Putin’s Invasion: The Fourth Crusade and the Conquest of Constantinople
    Duration: 1.25 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: In February 2022, Vladimir Putin and the Russian State invaded the sovereign state of Ukraine, which lays on the Black Sea. Over 800 years before, a ragtag group of European crusaders attacked and conquered Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire, which was also on the shores of the Black Sea. This talk will explore why the crusade expedition got off track and how they justified attacking a sovereign, Christian empire in the early 1200's.

      Event Contact: bellgd@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom) GLI logo
    03/24/2022 8:00 PM

    Film & Discussion: "Nanette"
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Film & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: The Fine Arts Department DEI Committee hosts the showing of "Nanette" (2018) by Hannah Gadsby. 

      Event Contact: davidsons@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Rutledge 119  
    03/25/2022 8:00 PM

    "Music of Ancient Mesoamerica" by Dr. Jared Katz
    Duration: 1 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Music was an extremely important art form in the daily and ceremonial lives of ancient Maya people and was practiced by a large variety of individuals. In this lecture, Dr. Katz will discuss the musical instruments that have been found in archaeological excavation, the artistic depictions of musicians, play 3D printed playable replicas of the ancient musical instruments, and discuss a recent museum exhibition focused on the topic.

      Event Contact: woodfillb@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom) GLI logo
    03/26/2022 2:30 PM

    Social Justice and Comics
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: $5 or free with DSU All-Access Pass

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: A discussion on social justice and comic books featuring Professor Jason Tslentis.

      Event Contact: lisbona2@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Richardson Ballroom  
    03/27/2022 1:00 PM

    The Role of the HBCU in the Fight for Social Justice
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This panel will focus on the role that Historic Black Colleges and Universities played in the fight for social justice dating from the U.S. Civil Rights era to today. This is in conjunction with a newly opened exhibit titled "Jail, No Bail: How 30 Days Impacted the Civil Rights Movement” sharing the intimate story of the Friendship 9.

      Event Contact: 803/329-1020, jsandler@historicrockhill.com

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    135 East Main St. Rock Hill, SC 29730  
    03/29/2022 6:00 PM

    Cultural Identity on Campus and All Spaces
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description:

      Event Contact: whitel14@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dinkins Auditorium  
    03/29/2022 8:00 PM

    DSU Presents...Faith of a Nation
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: A panel discussion on how faith and belief influences and affects our society today, moderated by Dr. Greg Oakes.

      Event Contact: getera@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    03/30/2022 6:30 PM

    One Word Poetry Festival Kickoff: Winthrop Student Poets Showcase
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Reading

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This night will feature Winthrop student poets performing their own creative work for a live audience in a kickoff event for the One Word Poetry Festival.

      Event Contact: sommerse@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    03/30/2022 6:30 PM

    Model UN Program Collegiate Debate: Global Response To The Russian Invasion of Ukraine
    Duration: 3 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Forum

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: We are thrilled to return to an in-person format for the 46th Annual Model United Nations Program. This year, our Model UN Collegiate Debate will be directed by Model UN Program Director Dr. Jennifer Disney and will focus on The Global Response to the Russian Invasion of Ukraine.

      Event Contact: 803/524-9608, disneyj@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Tillman Auditorium GLI logo
    03/30/2022 7:30 PM

    These Shining Lives
    Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: These Shining Lives chronicles the strength and determination of women considered expendable in their day, exploring their true story and its continued resonance.  Catherine and her friends are dying, it's true; but theirs is a story of survival in its most transcendent sense, as they refuse to allow the company that stole their health to kill their spirits - or endanger the lives of those who come after them.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    03/30/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Percussion Ensemble
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Ensemble Series
      Douglas Presley, director

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    03/31/2022 1:00 PM

    46th Annual Model United Nations Keynote Address: "The Model UN Program & The Importance of Global Literacy"
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: We are thrilled to return to an in-person format for the 46th Annual Model United Nations Program. This year, our Model UN Keynote Address will be given by recently retired 25-year Model UN Program Director Dr. Chris Van Aller to speak on "The Model UN Program & The Importance of Global Literacy."

      Event Contact: 803/524-9608, disneyj@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    McBryde Hall GLI logo
    03/31/2022 5:00 PM

    Religious Diversity in the Classroom
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This event is a panel discussion designed to acquaint attendees with a variety of religious traditions and to discuss how teachers and employers can be more inclusive.

      Event Contact: 803/323-3123, gillikinm@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)  
    03/31/2022 7:00 PM

    "Gendered Mournings: Cisgender Parents Navigate Cisnormativity and Competing Gender Discourses" by Mel Constantine Miseo
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This talk will discuss the relationship between parents and their transgender youth after coming out. The speaker will also discuss their community work with trans youth at an LGBTQ+ community center.

      Event Contact: 803/323-3915, sickelsm@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)  
    03/31/2022 7:30 PM

    These Shining Lives
    Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: These Shining Lives chronicles the strength and determination of women considered expendable in their day, exploring their true story and its continued resonance.  Catherine and her friends are dying, it's true; but theirs is a story of survival in its most transcendent sense, as they refuse to allow the company that stole their health to kill their spirits - or endanger the lives of those who come after them.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    04/01/2022 7:00 PM

    One Word Poetry Festival...Vibes & Verses Open Mic
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Open mic for the One Word Poetry Festival featuring amazing poetry and live music

      Event Contact: angelogeter@gmail.com

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Gettys Center, Rock Hill, SC  
    04/01/2022 7:30 PM

    These Shining Lives
    Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: These Shining Lives chronicles the strength and determination of women considered expendable in their day, exploring their true story and its continued resonance.  Catherine and her friends are dying, it's true; but theirs is a story of survival in its most transcendent sense, as they refuse to allow the company that stole their health to kill their spirits - or endanger the lives of those who come after them.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    04/02/2022 10:00 AM

    One Word Poetry Festival...Spoken Word 101 Workshop
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Learn how to construct, create and present spoken word poems from World Poetry champion Jay
      Ward.

      Event Contact: angelogeter@gmail.com

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Gettys Center, Rock Hill, SC  
    04/02/2022 11:15 AM

    One Word Poetry Festival…Rachel McKibbens Workshop
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Learn how to use writing as a form of activism and improve
      overall craft and impact.

      Event Contact: angelogeter@gmail.com

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Gettys Center, Rock Hill, SC  
    04/02/2022 2:30 PM

    One Word Poetry Slam...Youth Poet Laureate Commencement
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $10 or free with Festival pass

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description:

      Event Contact: angelogeter@gmail.com

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Gettys Center, Rock Hill, SC  
    04/02/2022 4:00 PM

    Concert in Memory of Emeritus B. Michael Williams
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Special Event

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    04/02/2022 7:30 PM

    These Shining Lives
    Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $10 general
    public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: These Shining Lives chronicles the strength and determination of women considered expendable in their day, exploring their true story and its continued resonance.  Catherine and her friends are dying, it's true; but theirs is a story of survival in its most transcendent sense, as they refuse to allow the company that stole their health to kill their spirits - or endanger the lives of those who come after them.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    04/02/2022 8:00 PM

    One Word Poetry Festival Presents...The One Word Slam
    Duration: 2.5 hours | Admission: $10 or Free with Festival Pass

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Come watch as poets from all over the country for $4,000 worth of prizes!

      Event Contact: angelogeter@gmail.com

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Gettys Center, Rock Hill, SC  
    04/03/2022 11:00 AM

    One Word Poetry Festival Presents…Poetry Brunch
    Duration: 2.5 hours | Admission: Purchase Tickets

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This is a poetry brunch featuring live jazz by the Jason Poore trio while attendees eat brunch (1st hour). Music and brunch will be followed by a performance of poetry by Latinx Poet, Rachel McKibbens (2nd hour). This will be followed by a brief Q&A session (15 minutes) and book signing (15 minutes).

      Event Contact: sommerse@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Richardson Ballroom  
    04/03/2022 2:00 PM

    These Shining Lives
    Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $15 general
    public/$8 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: These Shining Lives chronicles the strength and determination of women considered expendable in their day, exploring their true story and its continued resonance.  Catherine and her friends are dying, it's true; but theirs is a story of survival in its most transcendent sense, as they refuse to allow the company that stole their health to kill their spirits - or endanger the lives of those who come after them.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    04/04/2022 2:00 PM

    Research Explorations: "Kithship and Older Transgender Persons: A Study in Non-familial Supports" by Dr. Sara English
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This presentation will highlight on-going exploratory research about the protective aspects of kith for older, transgender persons. Humans are relational creatures.

      Event Contact: sickelsm@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)  
    04/05/2022 11:00 AM

    The Chinese Communist Party's 20th National Congress and Xi Jinping's Road to Power
    Duration: 1.25 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This global learning event will explore the changes of modern Chinese politics and diplomatic policies from the past seven decades to the future. These changes not only affect its neighbors but also reshape the global supply chain and people in the U.S.

      Event Contact: 803/323-4957, changc@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom) GLI logo
    04/05/2022 11:00 AM

    BFA Capstone Artist Talks
    Duration: 1.25 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Guided discussion of exhibition

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Bachelor of Fine Arts Seniors present Capstone Artist Series with images and artist talks included.

      Event Contact: bekierc@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place GLI logo
    04/05/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Woodwind Quintet
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Ensemble Series
      Deborah Loomer, director

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    04/06/2022 7:00 PM

    Queering Rubbish: Concert in an Egg - Video Screening
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Guided discussion of exhibition

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Video screening of select works buy students in ARTS 325 Video 2. A short Q&A to follow.

      Event Contact: suttons@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Rutledge 119 GLI logo
    04/06/2022 7:00 PM

    Women in the Outdoors: Women Outward Bound Documentary
    Duration: 1.75 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Film & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Women Outward Bound tells the story of the first all-women’s Outward Bound survival school course in 1965 and how this one-month experience in the woods taught them what they were truly capable of achieving while simultaneously changing history.

      Event Contact: porte2@mailbox.winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    04/06/2022 7:30 PM

    By the Way, Meet Vera Stark
    Duration: 2.5 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$8 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: It's the Golden Age of Hollywood, and aspiring starlet Vera Stark works as a maid to Gloria Mitchell, an aging star grasping at her fading career. Worlds collide when Vera lands a trailblazing role in an antebellum epic starring... her boss. While Vera's portrayal of a slave turns out to be groundbreaking, decades later scholars and film buffs still grapple with the actress' legacy in Hollywood and the impact that race had on her controversial career. Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage's fast-paced, sly satire will take you on a seventy-year journey through Vera's life and the cultural climate that originally shaped her and continues today.

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    04/07/2022 11:00 AM

    BFA Capstone Artist Talks
    Duration: 1.25 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Guided discussion of exhibition

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Bachelor of Fine Arts Seniors present Capstone Artist Series with images and artist talks included.

      Event Contact: bekierc@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    04/07/2022 7:00 PM

    DSU & Her Campus Present...Mean Girls: The Rules of Feminism
    Duration: 2.5 hours | Admission: $3

      Program: Film & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Come watch the Mean Girls movie followed by a panel discussion on feminism led by Dr. Jennifer Disney.

      Event Contact: getera@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    04/07/2022 7:30 PM

    By the Way, Meet Vera Stark
    Duration: 2.5 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$8 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: It's the Golden Age of Hollywood, and aspiring starlet Vera Stark works as a maid to Gloria Mitchell, an aging star grasping at her fading career. Worlds collide when Vera lands a trailblazing role in an antebellum epic starring... her boss. While Vera's portrayal of a slave turns out to be groundbreaking, decades later scholars and film buffs still grapple with the actress' legacy in Hollywood and the impact that race had on her controversial career. Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage's fast-paced, sly satire will take you on a seventy-year journey through Vera's life and the cultural climate that originally shaped her and continues today.

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    04/07/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Brass Ensemble Showcase
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Ensemble Series
      Justin Isenhour, director
      Marisa Youngs, director

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    04/08/2022 7:30 PM

    By the Way, Meet Vera Stark
    Duration: 2.5 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$8 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: It's the Golden Age of Hollywood, and aspiring starlet Vera Stark works as a maid to Gloria Mitchell, an aging star grasping at her fading career. Worlds collide when Vera lands a trailblazing role in an antebellum epic starring... her boss. While Vera's portrayal of a slave turns out to be groundbreaking, decades later scholars and film buffs still grapple with the actress' legacy in Hollywood and the impact that race had on her controversial career. Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage's fast-paced, sly satire will take you on a seventy-year journey through Vera's life and the cultural climate that originally shaped her and continues today.

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    04/08/2022 8:00 PM

    DSU Presents...Mean Girls Icon w/Daniel Franzese
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $5/students, $7/public, FREE with DSU All-Access Pass

      Program: Special event

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Enjoy a performance by award winning comedian Daniel Franzese, who played Damian in the film "Mean Girls." Daniel's comedy is high enery that touches on his upbringing, funny stories about his Italian parents, and about his journey as a member of the LGBTQ community.

      Event Contact: getera@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    04/08/2022 8:00 PM

    "Seeing the Unseen and Hearing the Unheard" lecture by Jim Rock
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This talk elaborates on Steven Langdon's concept of "existencescape" - an understanding of the world that includes all of beings imbued with full consciousnes that live within it. For the Indigenous societies throughout the Americas, this includes not only humans but mountains, rivers, spirits, animals, and beyond. In this lecture, Dakota scholar and astronomer Jim Rock will lay out the Dakota existencescape and explore its implications for living within the world today.

      Event Contact: woodfillb@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)  
    04/09/2022 7:30 PM

    By the Way, Meet Vera Stark
    Duration: 2.5 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$8 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: It's the Golden Age of Hollywood, and aspiring starlet Vera Stark works as a maid to Gloria Mitchell, an aging star grasping at her fading career. Worlds collide when Vera lands a trailblazing role in an antebellum epic starring... her boss. While Vera's portrayal of a slave turns out to be groundbreaking, decades later scholars and film buffs still grapple with the actress' legacy in Hollywood and the impact that race had on her controversial career. Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage's fast-paced, sly satire will take you on a seventy-year journey through Vera's life and the cultural climate that originally shaped her and continues today.

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    04/10/2022 2:00 PM

    By the Way, Meet Vera Stark
    Duration: 2.5 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$8 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: It's the Golden Age of Hollywood, and aspiring starlet Vera Stark works as a maid to Gloria Mitchell, an aging star grasping at her fading career. Worlds collide when Vera lands a trailblazing role in an antebellum epic starring... her boss. While Vera's portrayal of a slave turns out to be groundbreaking, decades later scholars and film buffs still grapple with the actress' legacy in Hollywood and the impact that race had on her controversial career. Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage's fast-paced, sly satire will take you on a seventy-year journey through Vera's life and the cultural climate that originally shaped her and continues today.

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    04/10/2022 3:00 PM

    Rock Hill Music Club 20th Annual
    Scholarship Concert Featuring Winthrop Music Scholarship Recipients
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Special Event

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    04/10/2022 5:30 PM

    Winthrop Flute Choir
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Ensemble Series
      Jill O'Neill, director

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    04/10/2022 7:00 PM

    Digital Humanities Talk: "Where R U? The Complexities of Place and Identity in Social Media" 
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Description: In this talk, Dr. Devon Ralston discusses her research on hyperlocal (hyper=linked, local=place)
      narratives which can range from restaurant reviews to commenting on local news stories and community calendars. She looks at the ways in which users create a sense of self through the locations, places, and elements that help create environments they physically occupy. In doing so, she explains the challenges of researching online spaces and using digital tools and platforms.

      Event Contact: 803/323-3554, prickettr@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)  
    04/11/2022 1:00 PM

    Digital Humanities Talk: "From Big Data to Good Data: Digital Humanities and the Internet of the
    2020's"
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Description: If people in the 2010's looked to the potential of big data and social media to reveal new things about the human condition, in the 2020's, where much of what comes to us is essentially noise, we now search for what Andrew Ng at Google calls "good data." Humanists, and digital humanists in particular, are especially well-suited to think about how to find good data, using skills like researching, editing, curating, designing, and interacting. The era of good data will be one where a new "decentralized web," powerful machine learning, and AI have to work in tandem with creative participation by people and consensus-oriented ways of sharing information.

      Event Contact: 803/323-3554, prickettr@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Kinard 018 (Auditorium)  
    04/11/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Chamber Singers
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Ensemble Series
      Jeremy Mims, conductor

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    McBryde Hall GLI logo
    04/12/2022 11:00 AM

    Digital Humanities Talk: "Project 2020: A Collaborative Oral History"
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Description: The presentation will be a discussion about Project 2020, its origin, and progress over the last two years. Project 2020 is an Oral History project that focuses on the major themes and moments that emerged during the year 2020 (pandemic, vaccination, social injustice and unrest, politics, etc.) and the various ways in which residents of Rock Hill and the surrounding communities experienced and coped.

      Event Contact: 803/323-3554, prickettr@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Kinard 018 (Auditorium)  
    04/12/2022 5:00 PM

    Winthrop Day-By-Day: The 1919 Film
    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Film & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This silent, sepia-toned film captures the Winthrop experience in 1919. Sponsored by Phi Alpha Theta and the Louise Pettus Archives.

      Event Contact: 704/651-8558, cookc16@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    04/12/2022 6:30 PM

    Spitting Game: The College Hookup Culture
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Film & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: An event exploring Title IX

      Event Contact: 803/323-3928, sheppardk@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Richardson Ballroom  
    04/12/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Clarinet Choir
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Ensemble Series
      Deborah Loomer, director

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall  
    04/13/2022 7:00 PM

    MFA Thesis Proposal Presentation: Morgana Faucett
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Guided discussion of exhibition

      Description: This virtual artist presentation covers research and supporting artwork as part of the Thesis Proposal milestone of MFA candidate Morgana Faucett. Q&A to follow.

      Event Contact: suttons@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom) GLI logo
    04/13/2022 7:00 PM

    Winthrop Women's Coalition Presents: "Women in Science"
    Duration: 1.25 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Description: The Winthrop Women's Coalition presents one cultural event each semester highlighting women's achievements in a variety of diverse professions. "Women in Science" will highlight the obstacles and opportunities faced by Winthrop alumni and Winthrop women as they have pursued careers in the sciences.

      Event Contact: disneyj@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place  
    04/14/2022 7:00 PM

    A Reading With Author Brenda Peynado
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Reading

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Join author Brenda Peynado for a reading from her short story collection "The Rock Eaters."

      Event Contact: sommerse@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)  
    04/15/2022 11:00 AM

    SOURCE 2022 - Oral Presentations & Performances/Artist Talks/Misc.
    Duration: 5 hours (students must attend for at least 2 hours to receive credit) | Admission: Free | Conference Schedule

      Program: Research and creative showcase

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: SOURCE is an annual event in which Winthrop undergraduates from all disciplines can present or perform their scholarly and creative work. Students' projects may have originated from course assignments or from extracurricular scholarly or creative activities.

      Event Contact: uresearch@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out of each room visited, attending for a total of 2 hours (attendance sheets will be available in each room). Students joining via Zoom must enable their webcams and remain in camera view as active participants.

    On-campus (various) and online (Zoom)  
    04/15/2022 12:00 PM

    SOURCE 2022 - Poster Sessions
    Duration: 4 hours (students must attend for at least 45 minutes, visiting at least 6 tables, and petition to receive credit) | Admission: Free | Conference Schedule

      Program: Research and creative showcase

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: SOURCE is an annual event in which Winthrop undergraduates from all disciplines can present or perform their scholarly and creative work. Students' projects may have originated from course assignments or from extracurricular scholarly or creative activities.

      Event Contact: uresearch@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must attend the poster session(s) for a minimum of 45 minutes (visiting at least 6 tables) and submit a 1-page reflection (a survey will be emailed to students at the end of the conference). Students must scan in and out of the poster session(s) with their Winthrop IDs.

    McBryde Hall  
    04/15/2022 2:00 PM

    Junior Choreography Showcase
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Dance performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This showing is the culminating performance of the works by junior dance majors and minors. Students have created dance works throughout the semester working with fellow students to craft choreography that communicated their individual ideas and visions. The four choreographers will present their works and there will be a Q&A session following.

      Event Contact: ozustk@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Hall 235 GLI logo
    04/15/2022 6:00 PM

    3 Minute Graduate Showcase
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Forum

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Winthrop University's fourth annual 3 Minute Graduate Showcase and competition that requires students to present their graduate research project to a general audience in an efficient and effective time frame (180 seconds).

      Event Contact: 803/323-3459, hersheya@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Whitton Auditorium  
    04/15/2022 7:30 PM

    Student-Directed Spring One-Act Festival
    (Group A)
    Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/$10 general public | Purchase tickets

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: A lively and entertaining and eclectic mix of one-act plays directed by advanced theatre students.

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    04/16/2022 2:00 PM

    Student-Directed Spring One-Act Festival
    (Group A)
    Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/$10 general public | Purchase tickets

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: A lively and entertaining and eclectic mix of one-act plays directed by advanced theatre students.

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    04/16/2022 7:30 PM

    Student-Directed Spring One-Act Festival
    (Group B)
    Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/$10 general public | Purchase tickets

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: A lively and entertaining and eclectic mix of one-act plays directed by advanced theatre students.

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    04/17/2022 5:00 PM

    Student-Directed Spring One-Act Festival
    (Group B)
    Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/$10 general public | Purchase tickets

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: A lively and entertaining and eclectic mix of one-act plays directed by advanced theatre students.

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    04/18/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Chorale & Winthrop Collegiate Choir
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Ensemble Series
      Jeremy Mims, conductor

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    McBryde Hall GLI logo
    04/19/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Saxophone Studio Recital
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Student Series
      Tracy Patterson, director

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    04/20/2022 6:00 PM

    Demystifying Disability: How to Begin the Shift from Ableism to Allyship
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: In this interactive session, participants will learn about common disability stereotypes and the ways in which ableism is perpetuated in the media, institutionally, and in our everyday interactions. Participants will be able to identify ableism they have seen, experienced, and/or participated in. They will leave the session with several actionable strategies for challenging ableist beliefs and actions, including the ableism they might see or experience within the campus community and beyond.

      Event Contact: mustiana@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)  
    04/20/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Symphony Orchestra
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Ensemble Series
      Elisa Koehler, conductor

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Tillman Auditorium GLI logo
    04/21/2022 11:00 AM

    "Fish Physiology and the Conversation of Species" by Salvatore Blair and James Schlott
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Dr. Blair will discuss the role of conservation physiology as a research area and give a few data examples from his personal research, ending with a brief presentation from James Schlott on their project involving temperature effects on grass carp (invasive species) bone development.

      Event Contact: 803/323-3915, sickelsm@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom)  
    04/21/2022 5:00 PM

    WUG Talk: Devann Gardner, MFA Thesis
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Guided discussion of exhibition

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Join Winthrop University Galleries for an artist talk by MFA Thesis candidate Devann Gardner. She will be discussing her Replays exhibition which utilizes an array of media such as sculpture, video, performance and sound to create immersive installations that allow viewers to reflect on their own memories and experiences.

      Event Contact: howardkm@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Rutledge 119 GLI logo
    04/21/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Symphonic Band
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Ensemble Series
      Douglas Presley, conductor

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Tillman Auditorium GLI logo
    04/22/2022 7:30 PM

    Spring Dance Showcase
    Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/$10 general public | Purchase tickets

      Program: Dance performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: An evening of selected works by students, faculty, and guest artists. Come see an eclectic showcase of the best of the year's dancing in the Department of Theatre and Dance. A variety of dance styles will be featured.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs. (No credit will be given for livestreaming the performance.)

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    04/22/2022 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Jazz Ensemble &
    Winthrop Commercial Music Ensemble
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Ensemble Series
      Tracy Patterson, director

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    04/23/2022 12:00 PM

    Kpoppers of Winthrop Showcase
    Duration: 3 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Dance performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Dr. Hye-Sung Kim will present on the importance of K-pop music in Korean culture, followed by a dance showcase by Kpoppers of Winthrop.

      Event Contact: 704/231-6583, kpoppersofwinthrop@gmail.com

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs. (Note: The cultural event portion of the program will end at 3:00 PM but the dance showcase will continue until 5:00 PM.)

    Tillman Auditorium GLI logo
    04/23/2022 4:00 PM

    Carolinas Wind Orchestra
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Special Event
      Lorie Crochet, conductor

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Richardson Ballroom GLI logo
    04/23/2022 7:30 PM

    Spring Dance Showcase
    Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/$10 general public | Purchase tickets

      Program: Dance performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: An evening of selected works by students, faculty, and guest artists. Come see an eclectic showcase of the best of the year's dancing in the Department of Theatre and Dance. A variety of dance styles will be featured.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs. (No credit will be given for livestreaming the performance.)

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    04/24/2022 2:00 PM

    Spring Dance Showcase
    Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/$10 general public | Purchase tickets

      Program: Dance performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: An evening of selected works by students, faculty, and guest artists. Come see an eclectic showcase of the best of the year's dancing in the Department of Theatre and Dance. A variety of dance styles will be featured.  

      Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs. (No credit will be given for livestreaming the performance.)

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    04/24/2022 4:00 PM

    Winthrop Wind Symphony
    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free | Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Ensemble Series
      Lorrie Crochet, conductor

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must be on time and sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Tillman Auditorium GLI logo
    04/07/2022 6:30 PM

    MFA Thesis Proposal Presentation: Bethany Salisbury
    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free | Zoom link

      Program: Guided discussion of exhibition

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This virtual artist presentation covers research and supporting artwork as part of the Thesis Proposal milestone of MFA candidate Bethany Salisbury. Q&A after.

      Event Contact: suttons@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, join the Zoom meeting on time, and remain in camera view and attentive as active participants.

    Online (Zoom) GLI logo

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05/03/2022

 

Common Book Event: 'Hyeonseo Lee on Escaping North Korea'

Duration: 1-2 hours | Access: Open to students/faculty/staff
Access for Cultural Event Credit (closed)

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: An interview with Common Book author Hyeonseo Lee.

    Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must complete the video activity on TechSmith Knowmia. Users must log in to TechSmith with their Winthrop email address (@mailbox.winthrop.edu). First-time users may need to change their password. (Note: Students will not receive additional credit for watching this event more than once.)

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05/03/2022
 

Common Book Event: 'The Defector: Escape from North Korea'
Duration: 1-2 hours | Access: Open to students/faculty/staff
Access for Cultural Event Credit (closed)

    Program: Film

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: "The Defector" is a film about escaping from North Korea.

    Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must complete the video activity on TechSmith Knowmia. Users must log in to TechSmith with their Winthrop email address (@mailbox.winthrop.edu). First-time users may need to change their password. (Note: Students will not receive additional credit for watching this event more than once.)

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05/03/2022
 

Common Book Event: 'The Invisible Thread of Human Rights'
Duration: 1-2 hours | Access: Open to public
Access for Cultural Event Credit (closed) / Public access

    Program: Lecture & Discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: This pre-recorded session will delve into life as author Hyeonseo Lee depicts it, as well as her awakening to the notion of human rights. The presentation will open a window into a human experience far different from our own, but also help us see our own human experience in a different light.

    Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must complete the video activity on TechSmith Knowmia. Users must log in to TechSmith with their Winthrop email address (@mailbox.winthrop.edu). First-time users may need to change their password. (Note: Students will not receive additional credit for watching this event more than once.)

Online (asynchronous), TechSmith Knowmia GLI logo
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05/03/2022
 

Common Book Event: 'The Good, the Bad, and the Imagined in East Asia'
Duration: 1.25 hours | Access: Open to public
Access for Cultural Event Credit (closed) / Public access

    Program: Lecture & Discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: Presentation on East Asian politics, culture, and recent trends by Dr. Catherine Chang.

    Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must complete the video activity on TechSmith Knowmia. Users must log in to TechSmith with their Winthrop email address (@mailbox.winthrop.edu). First-time users may need to change their password. (Note: Students will not receive additional credit for watching this event more than once.)

Online (asynchronous), TechSmith Knowmia GLI logo
Now until
05/03/2022
 

Common Book Event: 'Torture Survivors Tell Their Stories'
Duration: 1.25 hours | Access: Open to public
Access for Cultural Event Credit (closed) / Public access

    Program: Lecture & Discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: Hear the compelling stories of torture survivors and the struggle for human rights around the world.

    Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must complete the video activity on TechSmith Knowmia. Users must log in to TechSmith with their Winthrop email address (@mailbox.winthrop.edu). First-time users may need to change their password. (Note: Students will not receive additional credit for watching this event more than once.)

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