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Events

Thursday, September 3

Immigration Services to host virtual Q&A

The recent White House proclamation that suspends certain nonimmigrant employment visas and extends the existing travel ban on immigrant visas through Dec. 31 will not impact the University’s community of J-1 students, physicians, professors, and scholars. HR’s Immigration Services team will host a one-hour, virtual question, and answer session once a month through December 2020 to discuss the new proclamation and its impact on the University community. Register to attend a webinar to...

3pm
Virtual Event
Mozart Virtual Lecture 1: Demon and Angel

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is a double-faced figure. The popular image of the composer depicts him in turn as demon or angel, stormy Dionysus or sunny Apollo. Mozart the demon appears as a sickly, monkeyish creature, prone to hoggish behavior, tormented by a tyrannical father, the authorities, and the envious Salieri who (the legend goes) murdered him at the young age of 35. Mozart is often portrayed as an outcast, a neglected genius, buried in a pauper’s grave. His music conjures sublime...

Thursday, September 3