Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Nexis Uni features more than 15,000 news, business and legal sources from LexisNexis. Attend this workshop to find out how to use this new research resource.
Dive into the professional world by taking a peak behind the scenes on our next Employer "Behind the Scenes" Tour: Pedcor Properties in Carmel, Ind. This visit is perfect for students in residential property management, but all students are welcome.
Join us in visiting Pedcor Homes, a developer, constructer and manager of commercial buildings and affordable and market-rate apartments throughout the US. In this site visit, you'll learn about internship opportunities, network with professionals, gain insight from employees and much more! Attendance is limited, so be sure to register.
Associate Professor Ana de Brea presents a sabbatical report on 'Total Latin American Architecture - Libretto of Modern Reflections and Contemporary Works. She will present her experiences with lectures, presentations, exhibits, and reviews reaching around the world. Today at Noon in AB101.
Reece Selby will give a presentation on his country of origin, England! England is the largest country in the United Kingdom. Scotland, Wales, the Celtic Sea, the Irish Sea, North Sea, and English Channel border England. The capital of England is London. England’s main exports are manufactured goods, road vehicles, chemicals, fuel, tobacco, food and beverages.
Do you use a Canvas, Blackboard, or other website to share materials with your students? Then this workshop is for you! Copyright and Scholarly Communications Manager Perry Collins will discuss how copyright law supports educators through important provisions like “fair use” and the “classroom exemption.” Perry will offer tips and strategies for staying within the law, and you will learn how the Libraries can help you make articles, videos, and more available to your students online. Please bring questions and topics for discussion! This workshop is part of the University Libraries’ celebration of Fair Use Week, an international event dedicated to highlighting and promoting fair use.
The Department of Urban Planning welcomes Distinguished Alumnus of the Year, Ehren Bingaman to campus to present, Better than how we found it.
This event is part of the "Stars to Steer By" lecture series, geared to help students learn more about what they can do with their humanities degrees. In "Storytelling Careers," you can discover how to use language and prose in many different fields. Humanities alumni will share their success stories.
Graduate and doctoral students conduct this all-student ensemble as it performs traditional and contemporary concert band repertoire representing a variety of music styles and periods. Tickets available through the Emens Auditorium Box Office.
Michael is a bassoon student of Keith Sweger, professor of music performance (bassoon). Free and open to the public.