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-Subject Line: Fall 2014 Grad Ceremony
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The story is based on director María Fernanda Restrepo when her life changed in the cruelest of ways: her two brothers—then 14 and 17—vanished without a trace. Only later did the family learn that the boys had been illegally detained, tortured, and murdered by the Ecuadorean police. Stop by the MUC 303 on Oct. 22 at 6pm. Refreshments will be provided.
In November, we have three sessions of our State of Tennessee approved parent education seminar - Parenting & Divorce. The goal of the seminar is to promote communication as well as to strengthen the family unit by focusing on the children, identifying warning signs of anger & depression in them, & addressing the trauma they face due to divorce/separation. For more info, please use link below.
Now is the time to get out & enjoy the beautiful fall temp & colorful leaves. It's also a great time to explore a topic you've always wanted to but haven't taken the time for. Coming soon: Auto Maintenance, Social Networking, Don't Be a Victim, Excel 2010, Eclectic Line Dancing & Spanish Language & Culture. Check out these offerings & so many more at http://signmeup.apsu.edu!
This anxiety-reduction group is a must for any self-proclaimed "perfectionist", "control-freak", "over-thinker", "worrier", and/or any student who struggles to accept life and themselves "As Is". In this group we will work through letting go of what we can't control and dive into the things that bring us meaning. Meets Wednesdays, 5:00-6:30 in Ellington Rm 208
This 3-part program is designed for anyone whose job has HR components. Students who successfully complete all parts will receive a certificate of competence in HR Management. Topics: management, employment, planning, training, compensation, benefits, relations, health, safety & security. Part 2 starts Oct 16 & Part 3 Nov 20. Part 1 will repeat in early Spring 2015. Early reg fee is $111.20 each.
Want to be part of the social networking scene but don't know where to begin? Now you can join in on the fun! Designed for the absolute beginner, this class will get you started with the most popular social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter & Pinterest. You will learn everything from setting up your profile to sharing information including photos & images. See link for details.
Find out what a healthy relationship looks like. Whether you are dating, sexually active, abstinent or just not sure, learn how to stay safe and healthy. Sponsored by Boyd Health Services, Counseling, UREC, GPC, Fraternity/Sorority Affairs and SGA. UC Ballroom, October 30th 6pm -8pm.
Thu, 10/30/2014 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Boyd Health Services, Counseling, UREC, GPC, Fraternity/Sorority Affairs, SGA
"Operation Boots to Business" is a free Two-day Transition Assistance Program (TAP) hosted by the Tennessee Small Business Development Center. This workshop is for transitioning service members and veterans. It will help you determine if starting a business is right for you and if your business idea is feasible. See link below for dates & times.