Dr. Jennifer Olson, Visiting Professor at Kenyon College, will present “Bugs of a Different Color: Plasticity of Pigmentation” at 2:30 on Monday, March 17 in Sundquist E106A. Dr. Olsen is a candidate for the Evolutionary Biologist position in the Department of Biology.
Dr. John Roe, Assistant Professor of Biology, University of North Carolina-Pembroke, will present “Where turtles and fisheries meet: Untangling leatherbacks from bycatch in the Pacific Ocean” at 11:15 on Monday, March 17 in Sundquist E106A. Dr. Roe will discuss how satellite tracking of leatherback sea turtles might reduce accidental capture and death of these endangered species.
The Students for Secular Humanism (SSH) Bake Sale Tour begins Monday, March 17th! Our first stop will be in the University Center lobby from 10am-1pm. Come by for baked goods, hot snacks, and good conversation!
Join us for part two of a 3-part webinar series focused on the award winning Kurzweil 3000 educational software that provides the most comprehensive support for struggling students. "Utilizing Kurzweil Study Skills to Improve Organization and Academic Performance" will be presented today, March 17th, from 1-2 pm in the Library rm. 114. Trainings are open to all students, faculty, and staff.
Senior Exit Exam testing resumes this week. Five sessions are scheduled including this semester's only Saturday session held at the Fort Campbell Center. Please visit the IRE website for schedule and registration information. The Senior Exit Exam is a graduation requirement for all seniors obtaining their first Bachelors degree regardless of their major.
Have you taken the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) yet? We need your help! Final reminders will be sent on Monday. Take the survey now and tell us about your student experience. Complete NSSE by Monday, March 24th to qualify for a random drawing. Don't miss out on a chance to win one of 10 $10 Chartwells Bucks bundles or one of 10 "Let's Go Peay" license plates.
Are you an artist? Designs should represent the World War I centennial. Final designs will appear in black and white. We are accepting the first 20 submissions. Submit electronic designs to email@example.com. Winner of the poster challenge will receive a $100 gift certificate and recognition in the OVHC program.
Pi Sigma Alpha and the Department of Political Science present Dr. Christina Hicks-Goldston, Communication Professor, who will discuss "Wage Disparity for Women in the Workplace". The lecture will be held on Wednesday March 19th in the UC 308 at 10:00am. Light refreshments will be served and everyone is welcome to attend!
If you are a Political Science major you have to take the POLS Major Fields Test, along with your senior exit exam. The test will be given for 10 days at 10am in the Political Science Computer Lab starting Friday March 21 and lasting until Thursday April 3. Register through this link http://www.apsu.edu/polysci/political-science-major-field-test-registration-form
5 days left to get your tickets for the 3rd Annual Governor’s Ball. This year's formal ball is an masquerade event. Dinner will be served at 6:30, dancing to follow. Tickets are $25 for a single or $40 per couple. Tickets can be purchased at: The Adult & Nontraditional Student Center MUC RM 112 M-TH 8am-6pm Fri 8am-4:30pm.