This week’s potluck features Vijay Antharam from the Chemistry Department. Vijay will share about his research on gut microbiota while we enjoy a lunch of vegetarian chili and gf cornbread! Bring a question, an idea, a food item, or a colleague. Friday, October 17th at 1:00 pm in the Faculty Development Center.
Charting the Future (CTF) implementation teams in the areas of Student Success, Diversity, Comprehensive Workplace Solutions, and System Incentives & Rewards have spent the past several months researching and developing initial ideas that will better serve our students and communities across the state and strengthen our colleges and universities. These campus-led teams are comprised of [...]
Physics & Astronomy Seminar Series presents: Friday, October 17 3:00pm 325 Hagen Hall Speakers: Tyle Meehleib, Adam Hanson, Zachary Deschene, Jared Saunders Summary: Students will present short talks this week on topics that include summer internships, CDs that glide frictionlessly across a table, medical applications of 3D printing and acoustical testing.
Sarah Panzau Evans, a two-time member of the National Junior College Athletic Association women’s volleyball All-America team, knew what it was like to be on top of her game – and on top of the world. But, somewhere between life as a competitively driven high school athlete and the early years of college, Panzau Evans [...]
The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) held their national convention October 8th – 11th in Minneapolis, MN. Over 3,000 academic advisors from across the country and globe visited the Minneapolis Convention Center to discuss recent research, program models, advisor hot topics, and techniques in academic advising. Counseling and Student Affairs graduate students who attended included: [...]