Campus Community Events

    Our campus community is putting on virtual events for students, faculty, staff, and the Agnes Scott community every day, and we want to invite you to join us for some of these events to get a better sense of our community. Each event listed is open to the public and free to attend!

    Please note that all times listed are Eastern time zone; please adjust your time zone accordingly.

    Upcoming Events:
    • January 19 (1 p.m.): MLK Commemorative Week Keynote Address from Loretta Ross '07. Join us for our annual Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King Commemorative Week Keynote Address, featuring Agnes Scott alumna Loretta Ross '07, currently Visiting Associate Professor at Smith College, on "Beloved Community: Calling In as an Agnes Scott Feminist Leader." Ross is an academic, feminist, and activist known for her work on reproductive justice for women of color. Learn more about Loretta here:
    • February 10 (6 p.m.): GA Poetry Circuit presents David KirbyDavid Kirby is the author of more than two dozen volumes of criticism, essays, children’s literature, pedagogy, and poetry. His numerous collections of poetry include The Ha-Ha (2003), short-listed for the Griffin Poetry Prize, and The House on Boulevard Street: New and Selected Poems (2007), a finalist for the National Book Award and winner of the Florida Book Award and the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance Award.
    • February 12 (8 p.m.): Bradley Observatory Open House- Probing Nearby Active Galaxies: Distances, Masses, Dark Matter, and Black Holes. Most of Bradley Observatory’s open houses focus on a topic in physics or astronomy with lectures given by Agnes Scott faculty, students, alumni/ae or local scientists. This event will feature Justin Robinson of Georgia State University with a lecture entitled, "Probing Nearby Active Galaxies: Distances, Masses, Dark Matter, and Black Holes".  Justin is a 4th year astronomy PhD candidate at Georgia State University. His research focuses on active galaxies and their distances, rotation rates, masses, and supermassive black holes. 
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