April 10: Prep for Panel 5 (May 1: Everyday Innovation: Africa) + Academic Skills Workshop 4: Internships Etc.

6PM: WORKSHOP: Internships, Networking, Social Media Profiles + Portfolios, with Robbie Powers, Director of Student Affairs, and Career Services’ Lisa Romeo (Here’s Robbie’s and Lisa’s presentation)

6:45PM: PREP FOR “EVERYDAY FORMS OF INNOVATION” PANEL ON MAY 1

Note: I’ve asked our guests to limit their recommended readings to ~50pp. each. As you can see, both Drs. Jacobs and Mavhunga offered “ambitious” reading lists. Thus, we’ll need to practice some of the “efficient reading skills we discussed earlier this semester. 

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