Do You Have a Story to Tell? Become Part of the Human Library
Do you or someone you know have an interesting life story, or a unique perspective? Share it through dialogue with another person in a safe and welcoming atmosphere at the Human Library! Fill out this short form to recommend yourself or someone you know to become a 'human book'!
The Human Library is designed to build a positive framework for conversations that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue. The Human Library is a place where real people are on loan to readers. A place where difficult questions are expected, appreciated, and answered.
This semester's Human Library event will be held April 3-5 in Holcombe Hall.
Fill out this short form to recommend yourself or someone you know to become a 'human book'!
If you would like to discuss including the Human Library event as part of your class's curriculum, please reach out to Tyler Quattlebaum, email@example.com.
Tyler Quattlebaum, graduate assistant
Recent graduates Haley Webb and Timothy Steen were honored with top awards by the Arkansas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics at its annual state meeting in Little Rock.
Josh Raney, director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in the College of Education and Health Professions, recently completed the XXXII Leadership Fayetteville class.
Veteran journalist and political observer Ernie Dumas will talk about his memoir at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 10, at the Pryor Center on the east side of the Fayetteville Square.
The next performance for "Live at the Five & Dime" on the Bentonville Square will showcase 510 Blues Train from 6-8 p.m. today, June 26.
History doctoral candidate Elizabeth Kiszonas has been named a Fellow by the United States Capitol Historical Society.