Events for Wednesday, March 29th 2017
Learn about advanced features in Camtasia, including cursor effects and testing.
Massages by Aches Away Massage Specialists are available on campus on Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout the year. The cost is $15 for 15 minutes.
Richard Roth to defend thesis.
The Wellness Gazebo travels to various locations around campus each week to provide wellness information, resources, condoms, and fun giveaways.
William Cordova, whose work has been shown in the Whitney and Guggenheim museums, will give a School of Art Visiting Artist Program lecture.
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.
Please join Diversity Advocacy for their monthly Lunch and Learn! We will be discussing Women's History Month with Dr. Kyle Ciani. Lunch will be provided.
Professor Amy Robillard will be giving the English Department's spring faculty lecture titled "Story, Stripped: Essaying Narrative Collapse.”
Dr. Carlos Parodi will present "Transitional Justice and the Peace Process." How much justice can be achieved in a process of transition from war to peace, or from authoritarianism to democracy? Should societies demand full justice even if it is at the price of peace? Is it right for governments to grant amnesty for human rights…
Get a walkthrough of the ReggieNet interface and the basics of organizing your particular courses.
Words can tell a story, but they’re not the only way. Artists use the human form to tell stories, and sound conveys more than you know. We will explore unique visual and aural landscapes and unusual, immersive approaches to theatrical storytelling.
Amy Huber will defend her master’s thesis. The title of the thesis is "Proactive Personality and Voluntary Turnover: The Moderating Effects of Development and Perceived Career Opportunities."
Learn what the Peace Corps does and how to apply.
Roberta Trites, Distinguished Professor of English at Illinois State University, will speak in a Women's Power, Women's Justice theme event.
Shown to improve strength, neuromuscular force control, and balance. This series of classes will focus on forms 13 through 24 and qigong training. No charge for ISU participants, but registration is required.
New topics every week for the RSO that promotes philosophical inquiry as a part of everyday life and promote critical analysis of all information.
Free showing of the award-winning Netflix documentary 13th, with panel discussion following.