Featured Events

Upcoming Events
8 a.m.
View of campus including Shafer TowerThe focus of this conference will be to provide a series of highly focused sessions aimed at increasing nurses and school personnel skills when addressing the healthcare needs of individuals with ASD.
10 a.m.
A vocalist performing on stageThe Annual Vocal Competition showcases some of the most talented singers in the School of Music, with both undergraduate and graduate divisions. Outside adjudicators come to campus to evaluate student singers who compete for cash prizes. Free and open to the public.
2:30 p.m.
Enjoy a docent-guided tour in the David Owsley Museum of Art galleries.
6:30 p.m.
Back to the Moon for GoodUPDATED 1/26/2018: Narrated by Tim Allen, this show chronicles teams around the world who were competing for the largest incentivized prize in history, to land a robotic spacecraft on the Moon. Launches for this project were scheduled for early 2018, but with challenges ranging from technical and logistical issues to raising money and securing launch contracts, the prize will go unclaimed. However, the contest did spur private companies that are developing space robotics technology for future planetary missions. Come learn about the history of the competition and what great things it inspired.
7:30 p.m.
Andrew is a voice student of Meryl Mantione, professor of music performance (voice). Free and open to the public.
7:30 p.m.
Pericles: Price of TyreEnter Pirates! Set sail with Pericles, Prince of Tyre, on an action-packed, epic journey. In heroic fashion, Pericles woos a princess, fights a famine, weathers storms and a shipwreck, wins the hand of his wife, loses her at sea, and entrusts his only child to a king and queen. From a riddle to a heartrending reunion, Shakespeare’s tale charts one man’s sweeping voyage from a headstrong youth to a sage, world-weary man, with humor, pathos and passion.
8 p.m.
Back to the Moon for GoodUPDATED 1/26/2018: Narrated by Tim Allen, this show chronicles teams around the world who were competing for the largest incentivized prize in history, to land a robotic spacecraft on the Moon. Launches for this project were scheduled for early 2018, but with challenges ranging from technical and logistical issues to raising money and securing launch contracts, the prize will go unclaimed. However, the contest did spur private companies that are developing space robotics technology for future planetary missions. Come learn about the history of the competition and what great things it inspired.
3 p.m.
Victoria is a clarinet student of Elizabeth Crawford, associate professor of music performance (clarinet). Free and open to the public.
12:30 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopHave you ever quoted from a novel in a research paper? Shared a video with a friend? Whether we know it or not, we are constantly taking advantage of “fair use,” a part of copyright law that lets all of us use other people’s creations in limited ways to support free speech and education. Help the Libraries celebrate Fair Use Week by stopping by our information table in the Bracken Library lobby! You can grab a poster, ask a copyright question, and learn more about how to take advantage of fair use in teaching, research, and everyday life.
4 p.m.
Caroline O’DonnellCaroline O’Donnell, presents Werewolf: Architecture of ChangeShe is the principal of the design practice CODA, and the winner of MoMA/PS1’s Young Architects’ Program in 2013 with the project Party Wall. O’Donnell is the editor of the Cornell Journal of Architecture and author of, Niche Tactics: Generative Relationships between Architecture and Site. CEUs are pending through AIA and LA CES. Location: AB 100.
7:30 p.m.
This concert has been canceled - we apologize for any inconvenience.
3 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopJoin us to hear from a panel of faculty members about getting published as a graduate student. They will cover advice, guidance for turning seminar papers into conference papers, the process for getting an article published in a journal and much more. Librarians from Bracken Library will share resources to help you identify outlets for publication of your work. Library resources will include Ulrichsweb, subject area databases, and other useful sources. Be sure to bring your questions and join us.
4 p.m.
Are you ready to save campus? Join us in this interactive escape room-style challenge utilizing the principles of workplace problem solving. This session will help you develop and utilize critical thinking strategies as well as teamwork. Registration is required to attend, and space is limited.
5 p.m.
Are you concerned about potential employers looking for your Facebook profile or Instagram account? What does your social media presence say about you? Come to this session to learn how to manage this part of your professional self and make it work for you.
7:30 p.m.
CinderellaRodgers + Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA is the Tony Award®- winning Broadway musical from the creators of The Sound of Music and South Pacific that’s delighting audiences with its contemporary take on the classic tale. This lush production features an incredible orchestra, jaw-dropping transformations and all the moments you love—the pumpkin, the glass slipper, the masked ball and more—plus some surprising new twists! Be transported back to your childhood as you rediscover some of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s most beloved songs, including “In My Own Little Corner,” “Impossible/It’s Possible” and “Ten Minutes Ago,” in this hilarious and romantic Broadway experience for anyone who’s ever had a wish, a dream… or a really great pair of shoes.
7:30 p.m.
a bassoon soloist performing with orchestraDouglas Droste, director of orchestras, leads this all-student ensemble in a wide range of musical works. The program will include the undergraduate concerto competition winners, Jim Rhinehart's "Zarabanda" (*world premiere)​, and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's "Scheherazade." Tickets available through the Emens Auditorium Box Office.
11 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopNexis 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.
11:30 a.m.
Miller '21 Career SeriesDive 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.
11:30 a.m.
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.
12 p.m.
England FlagReece 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.
12 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopDo 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.
4 p.m.
Image of Ehren BingamanThe Department of Urban Planning welcomes Distinguished Alumnus of the Year, Ehren Bingaman to campus to present, Better than how we found it.
6 p.m.
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.