Events for the Next Seven Days
Sunday, April 22, 20189:00:00 AM - Jeff Cook Clinic - This clinic will give WWU Hunter/Jumper riders the benefit of learning under an international professional. Students will be working horses on the flat and over fences under Mr. Cook's tutelage. This is a 2 day clinic. LEAD students must sign in, attend for at least 1 hour, sign out and get card scanned in order to receive LEAD credit. Clinic runs from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM each day. Repeat event - Point only awarded once!
UPHA ArenaMichele Smith - 1 point(s)
Monday, April 23, 20184:00:00 PM
- Cloud Nine - Senior Art Exhibit - Cloud Nine is the annual Senior Art Exhibit -- this year featuring 9 seniors. Print the reflection form
and take it with you to the exhibit when the Cox Gallery is open; follow all directions on the reflection form; and submit the form in the LEAD EVENTS folder in the gallery hallway before 4:00 pm on April 23, 2018.
Mudd, Jane - 1 point(s)
Tuesday, April 24, 201812:30:00 PM - Criminal Justice Careers and You - Ever considered a career in criminal justice? What does that look like? What opportunities are available? What are the benefits of working in criminal justice? Join the Missouri State Highway Patrol as they educate on criminal justice opportunities, answer these questions and many more.
Ivy RoomDittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)
Tuesday, April 24, 201812:30:00 PM - Mentor Mentee Presentation-Social Media in the lives of college students - Join us to learn about the results of our mentor mentee project examining the effects of social media among college students. Participants will learn how social media affects student relationships, academics, self-esteem and social awareness.
Library AuditoriumElizabeth Wilson - 1 point(s)
Tuesday, April 24, 20189:00:00 PM - SUCIT Improv Show! - Stressed out over finals week? Don't cry alone in your dorm room, cry laughing at us! Take a break from studying to watch fellow students attempt humor!
Dulany AuditoriumPotter, Joe - 0.5 point(s)
Wednesday, April 25, 20187:00:00 PM - Parasitic Resistance in Horses – What is it and does it exist in any of our horses on our campus? - Dr. Kimberly L. Keller, Assistant Professor of Biology, will present the results of her Cox Distinguished Professorship in Science Research which involved surveying the equine herd population for parasites. If any of the horses tested positive for parasites, attempts were made to determine if that parasite had acquired any resistance to the deworming medicines used here on campus at William Woods University. Come and hear Dr. Keller talk about her research and the results of this study.
Library AuditoriumKimberly Keller - 1 point(s)