Today's faculty development is "Assessing the Value of Educational Apps." Rubrics will be provided so you can evaluate the benefits and effectiveness of the apps you are using in your courses. This hands-on session will take place in McReynolds 219 from 2-3 p.m. Please register in advance at the link below. View the entire development calendar at http://www.apsu.edu/online/faculty-development.
Take a break from your studies this week and relax on the Govs Trail to Success. Dr. Chad Brooks, will lead a walk on Tuesday and Wednesday entitled "Understanding the Difference between Hobbies and Careers: Matching your Passions and Skills." Come compare your passions with your degree and career track. 12:15pm walk lasts 1/2 hour and is inclusive.
Purchasing card statements will close on 4/27/15. Please reconcile and approve your transactions by Monday, May 4, 2015 at 4:30 pm. Even if you have not used your card, please check to be sure that nothing has been fraudulently charged, If you have any questions, please call the Purchasing Department at 221-7434.
If you need to complete a Natural Sciences core class or Social and Behavior Science core class quickly, the Department of Geosciences is offering GEOL 1040 (Physical Geology), GEOL 1050 (Historical Geology), and GEOG 1010 (Physical Geography) during the May Summer Session (May 11-29). These courses are a great way to complete some of your general education requirements in only three weeks!
Have a score to settle? Trying to impress that special someone in your class? Want to get back at your professor for that last test? Then, come play in the Ping-Pong Tournament! Play your friends and relieve that stress from the upcoming exams on Monday, April 27, in the Red Barn at 4 p.m. Admission is $5 and all proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity. Only 30 spots available, so register now!
From this Fall, Huang Shu Yu (黃書郁) will be here to see students complete a 2-year sequence in Chinese. Ms Huang will be teaching CHIN 1010 - Elementary Chinese I, CRN 3916, meeting from 8:00-8:55 on MTWR in Claxton 303. This is a late addition to our schedule so please publicize it to any students who may be interested.
In celebration of the end of the school year University Recreation invites all students to Study Day Splash! This event is FREE, and will offer individual & team pool races, relays, and games. In conjunction with the Foy's special hours on Study Day (open until midnight), Study Day Splash will be from 10 p.m. - midnight.
Cracking the ACT now available at the Ft. Campbell Campus. This course covers practice exams. guided study, techniques to overcome anxiety, logic development, test taking strategies, study skills, process of elimination, identifying distractors, and estimating potential answers. Course meets each Tues, 5/12-6/9. Cost is $125.50. Register online at the link below or contact us for more information.
Tri-County Upward Bound has Summer Residence Advisor positions available. Full-time 37.5-hour per week student position beginning 5/28/15 and ending 7/11/15. Selected applicants will be provided housing (private room in Castle Heights), meals, and costs associated with trips and activities during the summer program. $7.50/hour
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