Events

FEBRUARY
12
Friday | 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Start your day right! Join us for a complimentary breakfast and network with other alumni and learn about the current happenings at AIC! Keep us in mind if you are passing through and be sure to spread the word. To RSVP for a breakfast session please contact Heather Gawron (413.205.3004 / heather.gawron@aic.edu) or register here. Please RSVP by February 10, 2016.

FEBRUARY
25
Thursday | 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Start your day right! Join us for a complimentary breakfast and network with other alumni and learn about the current happenings at AIC! Keep us in mind if you are passing through and be sure to spread the word. To RSVP for a breakfast session please contact Heather Gawron (413.205.3004 / heather.gawron@aic.edu) or register here. Please RSVP by February 23, 2016.

MARCH
2
Wednesday | 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Karen Sprague Cultural Arts Center

We understand how important time is; especially for a working professional looking to attend graduate school. AIC’s graduate open houses are designed to give prospective students an arena to get all the information they need in one convenient location. Attendees will meet with current faculty, staff, and students in order to gain insights on our programs, admissions processes, college financing and housing.

MARCH
17
Thursday | 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Karen Sprague Cultural Arts Center

Professor Shehong Chen will present “Modern China Through the Eyes of a Peasant Woman.” Her talk will draw upon her recent book “Daughter of Good Fortune: A Twentieth Century Chinese Peasant Memoir by Chen Huiqin with Shehong Chen” (University of Washington Press, 2015). Chen Huiqin’s memoir and Professor Shehong Chen’s talk will explore and illustrate the immense changes for ordinary rural people, and especially for women, experienced from the Communist Revolution of 1949 to the present day. Please join us, and as always, bring a crowd!

APRIL
22
Friday | 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Griswold Theater

The Theater Arts Program at AIC will produce the musical, Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical. Hair is a stage work in two acts. There are no specific scenes. The setting indicates the fluid-abstract world of the 1960s as seen by, for, and about the “Flower Children” of the period. Performances are April 22nd at 7pm, April 23rd at 7pm, and April 24th at 2pm. Admission is free and donations are appreciated.

MAY
20
Friday | 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SAVE THE DATE! The 39th Annual AIC Alumni-Bob Chipman Memorial Golf Tournament will take place on Friday, May 20th at the Oak Ridge Golf Club in Agawam (Feeding Hills), Massachusetts. MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW. Please contact Heather Gawron for questions and more info. Heather.Gawron@aic.edu/413-205-3004 Sponsored by: Office of Development and Alumni Relations.

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