Events for next week
Wednesday, March 28, 20184:00:00 PM - Tea Party - Join the Society of Historians at traditional tea time, as we chronicle the events of several historic tea parties in colonial America. For Womenís History Month, this event will especially focus on the contributions of Patriot ladies. Tea and refreshments will be served.
Nielsen RoomSmith, Craig - 1 point(s)
Wednesday, March 28, 20187:00:00 PM - National Athletic Trainers' Month: 3rd Annual Senior Research Symposia - The William Woods University Athletic Training Education Program is structured in three parts: lecture, supervised labs, and supervised clinical education. The senior athletic training majors will present their capstone projects at this event: a research-based case study on a unique injury they treated during the course of their clinical education.
Library AuditoriumMiddleton, Steve - 1 point(s)
Wednesday, March 28, 20188:00:00 PM
- Career Link by Purple Briefcase Career Development - Click here
to open up Purple Briefcase’s sign in page. Follow the “how to”
to sign in, complete a profile and upload a resume using this example
as a guide. Once your profile is completed, you can use the site as a tool to assist in your professional development. *Complete this event any time prior to March 28th* Event may not be repeated.
Dittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)
Thursday, March 29, 201811:30:00 AM - SEX-tacular Sex Education Fair - Do you have questions about sex that you haven't been able to get answered? Are you a little shy about the topic all together? Get those questions answered and learn about the subject as a whole in the safe environment of the SEX-tacular Sex Education Fair! There will be all types of interactive and educational booths hosted by professionals in the field, on campus resources, and your peers. This event will give you access to the resources you need all in one place. Students will also be able to register for the #GYT Get Yourself Test STD testing event while attending the fair, so come check us out!
Ivy RoomSweeten Randall, Lacey - 1 point(s)
Thursday, March 29, 201812:30:00 PM - All in One Search - Join Sarah Carnes, Fresh Ideas Director of Marketing, as she provides real-world examples of the good, the bad, and the ugly of their recent search for the perfect marketing candidate. Learn what to do and what NOT to do from a professional who is making the hiring decisions.
Library AuditoriumDittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)
Thursday, March 29, 20186:00:00 PM - Celia, A Slave - Panel discussion about Callaway County's discrimination history regarding Celia, a slave, in 1855. Panel will explore local, historical events to current topics regarding women's rights and discrimination.
Library AuditoriumCyndi Koonse - 1 point(s)
Thursday, March 29, 20187:00:00 PM - Escape Room - Join the Student Website Advancement Team (SWAT) in completing the board game themed escape room. Solve all the puzzles and compete for the fastest time! There will also be snacks after completing the escape room.
Burton LobbyEric Brown - 1 point(s)
Friday, March 30, 20184:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - March - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit.
Weider Fitness CenterDyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)
Tuesday, April 3, 20186:30:00 PM - WHEN HORSES WERE HORSE-POWER - What was it like when the horse was the power that moved America? A lively look back at the late 1800's/early 1900's when the horse was the center of transportation, commerce, and agriculture. It was the considered the golden age for the horse, but was it? Vintage photos galore.
Library AuditoriumLaura Ward - 1 point(s)