−Veterans Day Ceremony at Roger Williams University @ Roger Williams University11:00 am – 11:00 am
Roger Williams University Reserve Officer Training Corps Cadets are extending an invitation to the community to attend this year’s Veterans Day Ceremony.
On November 12, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. in front of the University Flagpole (Administration Building) we will be honoring those who have fought in past wars and those who are presently serving in the military. This year we will be specifically honoring Women in the Military.
This year’s honorable speaker will be Chief Master Sergeant Ashness. She was the first female selected as First Sergeant for the 143rd AW Support Group establishing new programs and regulations to positively impact the men and women of the 143rd Airlift Wing. With a deployment and multiple honorable positions in the military, we are grateful to have Chief Master Sergeant speak on behalf of women in the military.
The ceremony will continue, as tradition, to lay a wreath in memory of those who have or are serving in the military. Guests will be given the option to lay a carnation at the base of the wreath to show their respects as well. (Carnations will be provided).
We look forward to spending this exceptionally honorable day with you and your friends.+11:00 amVeterans Day Ceremony at Roger Williams University @ Roger Williams University
−RWU to Hold Veterans Day Tree Re-dedication Ceremony for Fallen Alum Special Agent Nathan Schuldheiss @ Roger Williams University Law School3:15 pm – 4:15 pm
U.S. Senator Jack Reed will join Roger Williams University President Donald Farish, School of Law Dean David Logan and the RWU School of Law in observance of Veterans Day. A re-dedication of a memorial tree will be held behind the Law School in honor of fallen alum and veteran, Special Agent Nathan Schuldheiss ’05. A reception will follow inside the Law School where “Veterans of Valor,” a photo collection of the school’s veteran community, will be unveiled. These photos have been submitted by students, faculty and staff. The ceremony is at 3:15 p.m. on the School of Law grounds, with the “Veterans of Valor” unveiling and reception following at 3:45 p.m. in the School of Law, second floor atrium. This event is co-sponsored by the Military Law Society.+3:15 pmRWU to Hold Veterans Day Tree Re-dedication Ceremony for Fallen Alum Special Agent Nathan Schuldheiss @ Roger Williams University Law School
−Ready for the Harvest Seminar @ First Baptist Old Stone Church5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Donna McCabe, who founded the nonprofit group Ready for the Harvest with her husband, Jim, will lead this seminar which starts with a pot luck supper. No reservation is necessary.+5:30 pmReady for the Harvest Seminar @ First Baptist Old Stone Church
−Mary Tefft White Cultural Series: Talking in the Library with Dr. Robert Wiener @ Roger Williams University4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Dr. Robert Wiener is the founder and director of the California Coalition for Rural Housing Project (CCRH), which has been the leading voice in California for the production and preservation of affordable rural housing since 1981. Under his leadership, CCRH has successfully lobbied for millions of dollars in state housing assistance, benefiting farm workers, first-time homebuyers, the elderly and disabled, and large families living in rural and urbanizing communities.
Before forming CCRH, Dr. Wiener worked with community development groups in Alaska, Oregon, and California. He is a member of the American Collegiate Schools of Planning and the National Rural Housing Coalition, and he sits on the board of the National Low-Income Housing Coalition. He is the author and co-editor of “Housing in Rural America: Building Affordable and Inclusive Communities” and has published articles on housing issues in trade magazines and books.
The lecture takes place in the Mary Tefft White Cultural Center in the University’s main library.+4:30 pmMary Tefft White Cultural Series: Talking in the Library with Dr. Robert Wiener @ Roger Williams University
−Jewish Experience Series: Two Short Films on the Israeli Experience @ Roger Williams University6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
As part of the Roger Williams University 2012 Film/Speaker Series on the Jewish Experience, three films and a lecture will take place at Roger Williams University from Tuesday, November 13, through Sunday, November 18.
On Tuesday, November 13 , two short films on the Israeli experience will be presented at 6 p.m. in the Marine & Natural Sciences Building, Room 200, at the University’s Bristol campus, 1 Old Ferry Road.
The Other Side (2011). A simple soccer ball sparks an unusual friendship between two young boys on either side of the Israeli and Palestinian separation wall. Can this wordless and gaze-free relationship overcome the wall’s towering presence?
Beyond the Boundaries (2011). Four disabled Israeli veteran soldiers are part of a group invited to Aspen, CO, to participate in the program Golshim L’Chaim-Ski To Live. The short film reveals how the soldiers are transformed by their experience of learning to ski. The program was started in 2008 by Rabbi Mendel Mintz of the Chabad Jewish Community Center and is supported entirely by donations from the local community.
This series explores representations of the Jewish experience in Israel and of the Holocaust through three recent films (2011 and 2012 short and documentary films). The series culminates with a talk by Professor Jeffrey Shandler of Rutgers University, who will examine how the Holocaust has been viewed on American television from the 1950s through the mid-1990. This series has been made possible through a partnership with FLICKERS: Rhode Island International Film Festival and sponsored by the Edwin S. Soforenko Foundation and the Helene and Bertram Bernhardt Foundation, and the Roger Williams University Department of Communication, Hillel, and Spiritual Life Program.+6:00 pmJewish Experience Series: Two Short Films on the Israeli Experience @ Roger Williams University
−History and Mysteries of Glass @ Barrington Public Library7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Is glass a craft or an art? You’ll decide as Roberta Segal of Warren takes you on an exploration of glass artists and their methods. Ms. Segal works in kiln-formed glass, the oldest method known to man — predating glass blowing. She’ll demonstrate the process she uses to achieve her finished pieces along with the inclusions that may be used.+7:00 pmHistory and Mysteries of Glass @ Barrington Public Library
−Screening of “Breakfast with Curtis” @ The Meeting House7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Filmmaker Laura Colella and cast will be on hand when this movie about two unlikely collaborators in shown.+7:30 pmScreening of “Breakfast with Curtis” @ The Meeting House
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−Portsmouth 375th Steering Committee Meeting @ Portsmouth Free Library5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
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