Webinar. Gain powerful time-saving tricks - create, combine, and control PDF files. You’ll also learn how to add bookmarks for easy navigation and how to keep your documents secure by creating your very own electronic signature. Please use link to register.
Live. Pres. White will address leadership and emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is a characteristic that helps leaders and their teams build relationships that allow them to tackle tough problems without losing focus or trust. This workshop will use a case approach to examine the role emotional intelligence can play in organizations. Please use link to register.
Housing/Residence Life and Dining Services is seeking motivated faculty and staff to join the Freshman Welcome Wagon and assist our new students and their families during move-in. Freshmen move-in is scheduled from 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 18. T-shirts will be given to faculty/staff volunteers. Please sign up by Aug. 4 at the link below. Thank you for all that you do for our students!
The MSC is collecting school supplies from 5 July to 12 August to help our military affiliated students this upcoming academic year. If you would like to make a donation you can stop by the center or any of our drop off locations. See our website for locations and supplies needed.
The APSU Military/Veteran Recognition Ceremony will be held at 5 pm on August 3 in MUC Room 303/305. These graduates will be presented with a coin and military cord (free of charge) for their commencement regalia. If you are a Military or Veteran student who is schedule to graduate this summer, please RSVP to Military Student Center at (931) 221-1685 or email@example.com by July 25.
The Classical Tradition in English Poetry will provide you the ancient roots for a wide variety of genres including lament, carpe diem, pastoral etc. Understand the sources of the poets that you love, and you'll learn another love! Small class, read and talk about poetry. All evaluation through short papers. Upper division credit. CLAS 3240 - 13 3821
We can't overestimate the value of a Classics major. According to Association of American Medical Colleges, students who major or double-major in Classics have a better success rate getting into medical school than do students who concentrate solely in biology, microbiology, and other sciences.
http://www.princetonreview.com/college-majors/64/classics GREK 1010-03 2780 MWF 9:00
"We cannot overestimate the value of a Classics degree." That's what the Princeton Review says about studying ancient languages. Come find out for yourself. Learn the language of Homer, Sappho, Sophocles, and St. Paul. Roots of democracy, art, architecture, science, medicine, law, math, physics, and of course archaeology! GREK 1010-03 2780 The past may just be your future.
Academic Support is looking for SLA Leaders for the Fall semester. Do you have a 3.0 GPA or above, excellence in a specific subject or subjects, such as Math, Science, and/or History, and a desire to help your fellow students? Contact Lois Jones Jonesl@apsu.edu to find out more.
Want to be able to read the New Testament or Homer in the original Greek? One year of study will get you there and it's a part of your tuition. Take Greek at AP. Don't rely on what someone else tells you the text says. Read it for yourself. Hybrid course, 3 days a week.
GREK 1010-03 2780. Get tough, take Greek!
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