EMU Information / November 3, 2014

This Week in Rewards Points 11/3

Welcome to November! Did you know it is Native American Heritage Month? Get you month started on the right foot by picking up some easy points this week at some cool events.

Tuesday

New Fiber 2014

From 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

University Gallery

A national juried exhibition featuring contemporary fiber art in a broad range of forms. Works selected will include pieces rooted in traditional and contemporary approaches to fiber art.

Reception: Wednesday, 11/5/14, 4-7pm

Contact:

Additional Information:

Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

Fall Feast: Native American Heritage Month Kickoff

From 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Student Center Ballroom B

Come join Native American Student Organization and the CMA for the opening event of Native American Heritage Mont. It will be a night of celebration, featuring traditional foods, a Native American drum group, singing and good company.

Contact:

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

Sex Posi+ive: Celibacy and Abstinence

From 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Student Center – Room 300

Join the WRC in positive conversations concerning sex, gender & sexuality. These will create space for students to learn, unlearn, and relearn while giving them the tools to engage in positive and healthy sexual relationships.

Contact:

Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

Wednesday

 

SEMINAR ON MUD

From 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM

154 Mark Jefferson Science Complex

No, this seminar isn’t about mud wrestling or water retention. It’s about how mud can affect a wetland ecosystem, it’s water quality and the sediment-water interface biogeochemistry. Lauren Kinsman-Costello, from Kent State University will speak about the “Effects of Hydrologic Regime Change on Wetland Sediment Phosphorus Retention.”

Contact:

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

Kyle Powys Whyte – “Indigenous Peoples, Justice and Climate Change” (Philosophy Speaker Series)

From 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM

Halle Library – Room 300

In this talk, Dr. Kyle Powys Whyte (MSU) will argue that states such as Michigan and scientific organizations have three kinds of moral responsibilities to Indigenous peoples for climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Contact:

Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

Be Sensory Smart! “Ask the Occupational Therapist”

From 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Autism Collaborative Center – Fletcher Bldg #121

Marta Muuz, licensed OT, presents on sensory integration and welcomes audience Q&A in the Fall 2014 “Wednesday Night Live” Community Learning Series at ACC-EMU. All are welcome, childcare available if needed – RSVP by deadline please.

Contact:

Cost: Free

Visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7VW223W for ticket information.

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

Emergent Voices of MENA (Middle Eastern/North African) American Youth: What They Are Saying

From 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Student Center – Auditorium

2014 Michael Morris Chair Sylvia Nassar-McMillan, Ph.D., professor and program coordinator of Counselor Education at North Carolina State University will present results of her research.

Contact:

Additional Information:

Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

Intersections: Native American Women

From 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM

Student Center 330

This series explores the intersections of various identities & how they interrelate, creating a multi-layered system of oppression. The third program in this series will feature the documentary “Rape on the Reservation.”

Contact:

Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

Thursday

 

Criminal Justice and Crimiology Freshman Advising

From 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Student Center – Room 310

This event is open to all Freshman to receive criminology major advising for the Winter 2015 semester.

Contact:

Invite Only

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

International Conversation Club

From 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM

King Hall – Room 424

Students from around the world, including the U.S., are invited to meet one another and participate in conversation about a variety of interesting topics. A great opportunity to meet people from other countries and learn about other cultures.

Contact:

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

A Voice Master Class w/ Dr. Jerrold Pope

From 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM

Alexander Recital Hall

What is a voice master class? You’re invited to hear and see what goes into making a master class what it is. Dr. Jerrold Pope, baritone, presents a master class featuring EMU voice students. He is a faculty member at Boston University.

Contact:

Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

Friday

 

PRE-MED ORIENTATION

From 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Mark Jefferson Science Complex – Room 156

MANDATORY orientation for all new advisees. This orientation will include the Pre-Vet, Pre-Chiropractic, Podiatry, Optometry and Physician’s Assistant programs.

Contact:

Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

Extended Programs – Budgeting & Personal Spending Seminar

From 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Student Center – Room 301

Extended Programs will host a seminar on how to take responsibility for your own financial well-being and managing your personal spending habits more carefully. This seminar will help you set financial goals and objectives, relieve your financial stress and teach you how to set-up a budget.

Contact:

Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

The 5 Eagles Presents: A Night Out: A Homeless Experience

From 5:00 PM to 12:00 AM

Student Center – Patio

You are invited to come spend a couple hours “living homeless.” There will be a series of events throughout the night. Prof. Sfeir-Younis will be speaking at 7 p.m. about being homeless for 2 yrs. Dress accordingly. PLEASE BRING CLOTHES TO DONATE!

Contact:

Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

AFTERNOON OF THE ELVES

From 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Sponberg Theatre

From the Newberry Honor Book by Janet Taylor Lisle. Is it the child’s imagination that creates the elf village in the Connolly Backyard or have elves been hard at work? Recommended for ages 8+

Contact:

Additional Information:

Cost: $7.00

Ticket information is available by:
Visiting http://www.emich.edu//convocation/emu-theatre-tickets.html
Calling 734.487.2282
Visiting Quirk Theatre, Ypsilanti MI, 48197

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

Saturday

The 5 Eagles Presents: A Night Out: A Homeless Experience

From 5:00 PM to 12:00 AM

Student Center – Patio

You are invited to come spend a couple hours “living homeless.” There will be a series of events throughout the night. Prof. Sfeir-Younis will be speaking at 7 p.m. about being homeless for 2 yrs. Dress accordingly. PLEASE BRING CLOTHES TO DONATE!

Contact:

Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

AFTERNOON OF THE ELVES

From 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Sponberg Theatre

From the Newberry Honor Book by Janet Taylor Lisle. Is it the child’s imagination that creates the elf village in the Connolly Backyard or have elves been hard at work? Recommended for ages 8+

Contact:

Additional Information:

Cost: $7.00

Ticket information is available by:
Visiting http://www.emich.edu//convocation/emu-theatre-tickets.html
Calling 734.487.2282
Visiting Quirk Theatre, Ypsilanti MI, 48197

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

 

Sunday

AFTERNOON OF THE ELVES

From 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Sponberg Theatre

From the Newberry Honor Book by Janet Taylor Lisle. Is it the child’s imagination that creates the elf village in the Connolly Backyard or have elves been hard at work? Recommended for ages 8+

Contact:

Additional Information:

Cost: $7.00

Ticket information is available by:
Visiting http://www.emich.edu//convocation/emu-theatre-tickets.html
Calling 734.487.2282
Visiting Quirk Theatre, Ypsilanti MI,48197

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes


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