EMU Information / February 1, 2016

This Week in LBC Rewards 2.1

It’s already February! And even with leap day, it will be gone in a flash, so don’t forget to check out some of these cool events and pick up some points while you do it by checking it on the app. ON Wednesday, come here Michael Steele, MSNBC personality at Campus Life Presents: “The Political Scene According to Michael Steele.” Isn’t it cool when the celebrities come right to you?

Tue Feb 2, 2016

Performance Hour: Love is in the Air

From 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Quirk Sponberg Theatre – 125

Hosted by Interp/Performance Studies Program. This month’s show focuses on the theme, Love. Performances range from slam poetry, dance, original works, singing, performance art, puppetry, and more. Performers include theatre professors, staff & students.

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Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

Group Advising Session – Initial Teacher Preparation Program

From 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM

205D Porter

An hour and a half group advising session, meeting the new admission requirements to the Initial Teacher Preparation Program. Please register using the link below.

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Additional Information:

Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

Campus Life Presents: “The Political Scene According to Michael Steele”

From 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Student Center – Auditorium

Michael Steele’s experiences as Maryland’s lieutenant governor, as a candidate for the U.S. Senate and as a Republican Party leader make him an excellent guide on the fast-paced world of politics. He is a political analyst at MSNBC.

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Additional Information:

Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

Wed Feb 3, 2016

Assessing Barack Obama’s Two-Term Presidency: How Would History Judge It – Part II?

From 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM

McKenny Hall – 348

This is the 2016 edition of EMU’s annual non-partisan expert panel evaluation of Barack Obama’s presidency sponsored by the Department of Africology and African American Studies.

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Additional Information:

Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

WRC Brown Bag: Dalit Women’s Autobiographies as a Form of Social Protest

From 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM

Halle Library – 300

WRC Brown Bag focuses on the topic of autobiographies by Indian Women from the margins as Shalini Jayaprakash presents on “Dalit Women’s Autobiographies as a Form of Social Protest”. Jayaprakash teaches in the Women and Gender Studies department.

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Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

“Investigating Disease at the Intersection of Membrane Trafficking and Cellular Communication”

From 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM

Mark Jefferson Science Complex – 154

Dr. Michael Dores is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California-San Diego; he is also a candidate for the Cell, Molecular and Biology search position currently posted in the Biology Department.

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Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

Food Justice: A Community Conversation

From 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

Student Center – 350

Join VISION for our first in a series of discussions around social justice. Learn about the effects of food justice in our local community, what is being done and what you can do to help.

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Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

Lens Wide Open: A Better Life

5:00 PM

Halle Library – Auditorium

A gardener in East L.A. struggles to keep his son away from gangs and immigration agents while trying to give his son the opportunities he never had. Discussion will follow.

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Cost: Free

Students Only

LBC Approved: Yes

 

Documentary Screening: “Finding the Gold Within”

From 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Student Center – Auditorium

Six young black men go to college to redefine society’s images and low expectations. They are not prepared for the reality of being away from home and suffer through a series of crises. This film features EMU’s own Darius Simpson.

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Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

Women’s & Gender Lecture Series – Fatima Sadiqi

From 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Halle Library – 300

“Jihadism and the Escalation of Violence Against Women and Girls: Policies Combating Gender-Based Violence in the Middle East and North Africa.”

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Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

Faculty Series: Trio Recital with Cello, Oboe & Piano

7:30 PM

Alexander Music Building – 110

Featuring the work of Schumann, Barber, Carter, Cerha and Kahn.

Daniel Thomas, cello
Kaycee Ware Thomas, oboe
Naki Sung Kripfgans, piano

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Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

Thu Feb 4, 2016

International Conversation Club

From 3:30 PM to 4:45 PM

King Hall – 319

Students from around the world and 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:

  • International Student Resource Center
  • Phone: 734.487.2859
  • Email: isrc@emich.edu

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

Annual Hustle Your Heart 2016

From 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM

Student Center – Ballroom

CMA host its annual “Hustle Your Heart Out”, which partners with sororities and fraternities to bring a philanthropic night of dance, music, and food to EMU students, faculty, and surrounding community. All proceeds benefit the Greg Peoples Scholarship.

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Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

Fri Feb 5, 2016

EMU’s Second Annual “Our Voices”

From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Alexander Music Building – Recital Hall

Eastern’s second annual “Our Voices” is a collection of monologues, dance, music, and art pieces written and performed by women-identified EMU students, staff, and faculty. Come for a night of performances and hear our incredible stories!

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Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

EMU Orchestra Concert

8:00 PM

Pease Auditorium –

Conducted by Professor Kevin Miller.

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Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

Mon Feb 8, 2016

“Regulation of Neural Cell Specification by Networks of Transcription and Signaling Factors”

From 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM

Mark Jefferson Science Complex – 154

Dr. Issac Skromne is an Assistant Professor at the University of Miami; he is also a candidate for the Cell, Molecular and Biology search position currently posted in the Biology Department.

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Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes

 

I Believe

From 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Student Center – Ballroom

Various faith communities on campus, as well as agnostic and atheist communities share how they deal with terminal illness, death and living with cancer. Healthcare professionals share how they support various communities on their journey. Workshop format.

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Cost: Free

Open to the public

LBC Approved: Yes


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