6th Annual Young Women's Leadership Symposium is Friday, March 4 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 for FREE. Register online below or in Clement 143.
Are you a republican? Interested in joining your universities College Republicans organization? Come to the meeting on Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 4:30 in the MUC 308. This is a very important time to get educated and involved with campaigns. Join us. Contact President, Anthony Cross for more details or if you are unable to attend but want more information. Cross, Anthony <ACROSS4@MY.APSU.EDU>
Webinar. Learn how to distill your leadership philosophy down to one simple page covering four critical aspects of leadership: leading yourself, leading the thinking, leading your people, and leading a balanced life. Discover how to share and socialize your vision, make decisions, motivate and mentor, and keep your whole life in perspective. Please register at link.
Webinar. Learn four major phases of the negotiating cycle and how to assess your situation, gather data, negotiate a deal, and then assess and learn from your experience, common negotiating pitfalls, and what you can do to avoid them. Please register at link.
Coming Home 2016 is next week, Feb. 15-20. Student organizations can register to participate in events throughout the week and compete to win prizes & money. The deadline to register is this Thursday, Feb. 11 at 11:59pm. Don't miss out on your chance to build a shopping cart float!
The Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honorary (known informally as ODK) is accepting applications to become a member of our society. To find out if you meet our qualifications, and for more information on how to apply, see link below.
Don't forget:The 7th Annual Polar Plunge is Thursday, February 11! Pre-registration will cost participants 3 items for the SOS Food Pantry; day of event registration will cost participants 5 items for the food pantry. We can only accept dried pastas, canned or fresh fruit, breakfast items, jelly, or peanut butter!
Start planning your study abroad experience now! Learn all about APSU study abroad programs and meet study abroad coordinators, faculty, and APSU students that have participated in study abroad programs. There will be a raffle for a Study Abroad Scholarship as well as stations to start/complete your application process.
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