CLASP is the Consortium of Liberal Arts and Science Promotion. The CLASP lecture series was initiated in 2004 and is intended to promote interdisciplinary discussion and exchange. CLASP presentations are aimed at a general audience of students, faculty and the community.
Fall 2017"Prince as a 19th Century French Dandy: Recontextualizing Critical Literary Topics with Minnesota's Purple Yoda"
Sept. 13 – Karen Turman - 5pm in Stark 103
"I Am Not Your Negro" Screening and Panel Discussion
Sept. 27 – Paul Johnson, WSU Film Studies and the Frozen River Film Festival - 7pm in SLC 120
"Perceptions of Disability and Inclusion - Past, Present and Future"
Oct. 11 – Amy Olson - 5pm in Stark 103
"Can You Teach People to Be Creative?" Lessons from the Creative Writing Classroom
Oct. 25 – Jim Armstrong - 5pm in Stark 103
"Creativity Myths: Debunking the Myths that Surround Creativity"
Nov. 1 – Tanya Ryan - 5pm in Stark 103
"Creative Uses of Non-Big Data"
Nov. 15 – Craig Upright - 5pm in Stark 103