Events for Wednesday, October 17th 2018
Events for Wednesday, October 17th 2018
Approvals are due by noon in order to meet the payroll processing deadlines.
Health Promotion and Wellness offers massage services conveniently right on campus with a licensed massage therapist in 153 McCormick Hall. Fees are $15 for a 15-minute massage. Patrons should pay the massage therapist directly at the time of service. Check, cash, and credit/debit cards are accepted forms of payment. Appointments are required. Multiple appointments can…
The Wellness Gazebo is a portable gazebo that provides health and wellness information to Illinois State students, faculty, and staff. Condoms and quit smoking kits are available for FREE, along with other resources and giveaways. The gazebo is located on campus each week, usually on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The Wellness Gazebo is staffed by…
Discover how to build and update forms using Formstack, Illinois State’s primary, non-research form creation tool. You will learn how to download forms submissions data and set up notifications. Completing this training is a prerequisite for using Formstack. Registration is required. Please note: Qualtrics has replaced Select Survey for research. Log in to IllinoisState.Qualtrics.com to…
The Koru 2.0 Mindfulness Class is a free, four week mindfulness and meditation class that is the “advanced” class for faculty and staff who have already completed the Koru Basic class. Koru 2.0 builds on the skills developed in Koru Basic and provides an opportunity for participants to further their practice and deepen their skills.…
International Seminar Series: “Not Just Ethnicity, But Global Pressure: Cultural Maintenance of Japanese Transnational Migrants and their Descendants in Brazil”
Title of Presentation: Not Just Ethnicity, But Global Pressure: Cultural Maintenance of Japanese Transnational Migrants and their Descendants in Brazil Speaker: Dr. Nobuko Adachi Presentation Overview: It is impossible today for any nation to isolate itself in the international political economy. Transnational migrants do not move out from their homelands and form ethnic networks or ethnic…
Explore pedagogical issues, effective and disruptive teaching strategies, and gain confidence in your ability to teach at the college level. This professional development circle helps graduate students to teach in the academy, whether they are currently teaching, working as a teaching assistant, or considering teaching as a career path. Share teaching tips, tricks, and get…
Take a break during the workday to experience the traditional practice of hatha yoga. This class is open to people of all levels of practice.
Dr. Meghan Leonard will kick off the 2018-2019 Brown Bag Lecture Series on Wednesday, October 17 at 12:00 p.m. in SCH 108. Her presentation will focus on gender and opinion assignment in state Supreme Courts.
An introduction to Microsoft Excel: Topics include basic features such as spreadsheet arrangement (rows, columns, and cells), entering, editing, and formatting data. Also learn about formulas and graph creation.
Attend Creative Con: Connecting to Creative Careers from any major from 5-7 p.m. October 17.
Starting the week of August 27 through November 30, the Julia N. Visor Academic Center tutors are available for 30-minute appointments on a first come/first served basis.
Shown to improve strength, neuromuscular force control, and balance. No charge for ISU participants, but registration is required.
Fall 2018 Beginning August 29 through November 28. Floor 6, Room 614A Wednesdays: 7-9pm Drop-in assistance with the ALEKS mathematics placement assessment with a tutor from the Julia N. Visor Academic Center is available at Milner Library. For more information, visit their website. The Visor Center also offers additional tutoring options. A University College / Milner Library collaboration
This group has been playing at Illinois State since 1967. Players are experienced and play competitively. Several seasoned players have medalled in the Senior Olympics. Coordinator: Mathew Nadakavukaren. Contact email@example.com for further information about playing.
Illinois State University Wind Symphony Anthony C. Marinello, conductor Andy Rummel, tuba John Kock, narrator Antonín Dvorák – Serenade for Winds in D minor, op. 44 Darrol Barry – Concerto for Tuba Dr. Andy Rummel, tuba Aaron Copland, tr. Beeler – Lincoln Portrait John Koch, narrator For additional information contact the band office (309)438-2166