Chili & Hot Dogs Fundraiser
American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) students are hosting a fundraiser today, Friday February 27, in the Sundquist atrium from 9 am-3pm. Stop by for some home-made chili and hot dogs and support our student organization!
Austin Peay Peer Educators is a group of students who will serve as peer educator regarding the conversations and topics related to domestic violence and sexual assault. Please click the link below to apply. Applications will be due Wednesday, March 18, 2015.
The 4th annual Governor’s Masquerade Ball hosted by the Non-Traditional Student Society is Mar. 28th. Tickets are now on sale, one for $25 or two for $40, so come out for an evening of dinner dancing and fun. The Governor’s Ball is the only formal event open to all students, their guests, and the community of Austin Peay. For more information, or to buy tickets, visit MUC 112. or contact us.
Applications are now being taken for students interested in becoming a mentor during the 2015-16 year for freshman on the autism spectrum. If you are interested in assisting with the transition to college by supporting individual needs and social interaction, will be a Junior or Senior in the fall, and have a 3.0 GPA, pick up an application in Claxton 210 or in the Office of Disability Services.
The deadline has been extended to submit mentor applications for the APSU Autism Initiative. The new deadline is March 19. Interviews will be held on March 27 and 28, and applicants will be notified of selection prior to March 30.
Dr. Jason Malaney, currently a Post-doctoral Research Associate at the University of Nevada, Reno, will present “Re-framing mammalian conservation priorities: Insights from jumping mice and bighorn sheep” at 11:15 on Monday, March 2 in Sundquist E106A. Dr. Malaney is a candidate for the Evolutionary Biologist position in the Department of Biology.
2nd film of the festival: The Attack.The film tracks the growing disillusion of Amin Jaafari, a highly successful Palestinian surgeon who lives and works in Tel Aviv. After a suicide bombing which leaves the physician valiantly struggling to save lives at the hospital where he works, Israeli police tell Amin that his wife was likely the jihadist responsible for the carnage. Friday at 5:00pm.
Dr. Danielle Brown, recently a Post-doctoral Fellow at Western Kentucky University, will present "Behavior as a window to a population's future: observing the invisible with telemetry" at 11:15 on Friday, Feb. 27 in Sundquist E106A. Dr. Brown is a candidate for the Evolutionary Biologist position in the Department of Biology.
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