Stay Connected with Albright … Virtually!
Though we may be separated by distance, Albright is really just a click away. Join us for a series of events over 2020-21 and gain an insider’s view of Albright’s academic, athletic, leadership and social pursuits.
The theme of each event represents one of Albright’s four pillars: integrity, curiosity, connection and resilience.
Virtual Book Discussions
In partnership with Albright’s Council for an Inclusive, Thriving, and Equitable Community (CITE-C), we invite alumni to participate in several virtual book discussions, based on topics ranging from current events, social and racial injustice, culturally diverse perspectives and personal and professional growth.
This literary discussion group will read a variety of fiction and non-fiction texts on topics ranging from current events, social and racial injustice, culturally diverse perspectives, personal and professional growth. We hope this program helps foster dialogue, lifelong learning and love of reading. Participation is free, but you are responsible for obtaining your own books.
The first book of the 2020-2021 academic year will be How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi. There will be two discussion dates to choose from, conducted via Zoom on Thursday, July 30 from 5-6:30 p.m. and Wednesday, August 12 from 6-7:30 p.m. Zoom links will be communicated to those that register to participate. The discussions will be hosted by Elizabeth Kiester, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology and CITE-C Council Member.
To sign up for one of the discussion groups, register using one of the ticket options below.
This event represents the college pillar of integrity.