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Virtual Ephs: Lifelong Learning Lectures
Williams Alumni Relations invites the Eph community to a fall series of lifelong learning lectures featuring expert alumni and Williams College faculty. All Ephs - alumni, spouses, parents and families, faculty, staff, students, and friends of the college - are welcome to attend!

October 29 @ noon ET
"The 2020: A Reading" by Rowan Ricardo Phillips, Margaret Bundy Scott Professor of English at Williams College

November 10 @ noon ET
"Fearing and Desiring of Black Women: A Book Talk on Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U.S. and Brazilian Media" by Jasmine Mitchell '03, Associate Professor of American Studies and Media Studies at State University of New York Old Westbury

November 19 @ 3pm ET
"Life Around the Digital Watercooler: Forming Impressions of Others in the Era of Fake News, Social Media, & Gossip" by Jeremy Cone, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Williams College

December 1 @ noon ET
"Trust as a Key to Reducing Health Disparities in African Americans" by Gregory Hall '83 MD, Executive Director of the National Institute for African American Health & Associate Professor of Integrative Medical Sciences and Internal Medicine at Northeast Ohio Medical Center

December 10 @ 3pm ET
"New Materials via Self-Assembly: Strategies for Tackling Cutting-Edge Problems Based on Things You Learned in Chem 101" by Lee Park, Professor of Chemistry at Williams College
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