Check out the views from the Skylounge at 1 University Circle while enjoying a monthly evening lecture featuring distinguished CWRU faculty and laypeople. Wine and appetizers included.
Paleoanthropologists can say surprisingly little with any confidence about how and when early humans developed the crucial ability to create, control, and utilize fire.
This lecture will explore the influence and effects of chronic (aka toxic) stressors on adolescents and young adults. These stressors present unique challenges and obstacles youth must overcome on the journey to adulthood.
This presentation will employ archaeological, textual and art historical sources to discuss the practicalities of making and using light sources in ancient Egypt and the significance of providing illumination in the afterlife.