Graduating soon or know someone who is? Check out the AAUW Start Smart salary negotiation workshop in Clement 120 (WNDAACC) on April 6th to learn how to ask for the salary that you deserve. Contact Angie Leonard to reserve your spot!
Join the WNDAACC for our next Lunch Forum. The Topic is: "All the Women Are White, All the Blacks Are Men": A Discussion of Intersectional Feminism and the Experiences of Women of Color. Lunch will be provided!
The Dept. of Political Science cordially invites you to our 2nd Annual Law School Gala. A table will be provided for regional law school institutions to display info. regarding their program in the Ballroom. Light refreshments provided. If you have any interest in attending law school in the future, no matter your major, stop by between 10-2 on March 28. Registrants encouraged to register at link.
The 7th Annual Young Women's Leadership Symposium is Friday, April 21 in the MUC Ballroom. This event is FREE and open to APSU and surrounding high schools. This is a half day seminar for males and females to demonstrate an understanding of leadership development as it pertains to women and leadership. Breakfast and lunch provided. Register online below or in Clement 143. Registration is limited!
Want to run for office to represent your peers? The Student Government Association of Austin Peay State University is accepting applications for the Student Senate and Executive Council positions. The application deadline has been extended and will be open until March 29th. Apply online now! You must meet the basic requirements in order to run for office, details can be found in the link below.
Steve Cropper is a legendary guitarist of Booker T.& MGs, the backbone of the Stax Sound. He is a cowriter of Southern soul classics, including “In the Midnight Hour” and a member of the Blues Brothers Band. In 1996 British Mojo Magazine ranked Steve as the number 2 guitarist of all time (only next to Jimi Hendrix). Please join us on March 30th to welcome him.
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