Students and faculty of all faiths are invited to an evening of fellowship every Thursday at 6:30 pm at the Newman House, 715 Franklin St., just a couple of blocks from campus opposite Immaculate Conception Church. Questions about Catholicism? We can help. Pizza is provided. Contacts: Chloe Overkamp, president: email@example.com, or Dr Tim Winters: firstname.lastname@example.org, 221-7118.
Debuting in Clarksville as Trio Séléné, these three acclaimed soloists and chamber musicians--pianist Ilya Poletaev, clarinetist Mingzhe Wang, and cellist Eli Lara --bring the highest expression and understanding to music while performing established and commissioned works. Tuesday, February 28, 7:30 pm, Mabry Concert Hall. For tickets, visit www.clarksvillemusic.org. Free to APSU students.
On Tuesday Feb. 28 Olympic champion Wilma Rudolph's life will be celebrated in a program by Dr. Yvonne Prather, who will show her film "Woman Behind the Gold," and Clarksville educator Joseph Roberts, who will share personal recollections and memorabilia of Rudolph. The Customs House Museum from 6:30-8:30 p.m. as a presentation of the APSU Retirees Association. Free and open to the public.
Today is your last chance to sign up and join UREC's Adventure Recreation this Spring Break as we head to South Carolina to visit Congaree National Park. At the park we will hike through the old growth forest, and spend 2 days paddling on through the most remote sections of the park. From there, we will head north to Asheville, North Carolina to spend a day exploring the unique mountain town.
There are six days left to register for the Big Event! Let's show the Clarksville Community how much we care by giving back through one huge day of service. Through the Big Event, you will be able to go around the city to different locations with fellow students to perform different acts of community service. Sign up as soon as possible!
Are you tired of using tests and exams to assess your students'? Join Distance Education, along with Dr. Anne Wall (Education), Dr. Robin Reed (Science & Math), Dr. Carol Baskauf (Science & Math), and Dr. Katherine Honea (Arts & Letters) to discuss their strategies and experiences using alternative assessments, as well as hosting a Q&A session. Light refreshments will be served.
Interested in getting your family to the dinner table to eat smarter? Campus Kitchen at APSU is hosting a 6 week long food nutrition class with educators from the UT/TSU Extension. Class meets Thursdays at 3pm to 4pm. Free to enroll! Limited roster available. Must signup prior to attending.
Thu, 03/02/2017 - 3:00pm - 4:00pm
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Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement
Join UREC's Adventure Recreation this Spring Break as we head to South Carolina to visit Congaree National Park. At the park we will hike through the old growth forest, and spend 2 days paddling on through the most remote sections of the park. From there, we will head north to Asheville, North Carolina to spend a day exploring the unique mountain town.
Use your hands for more than climbing! Join us for an inclusive climbing event. Participants and staff will interact solely with non-verbal methods to improve communication skills and gain awareness of challenges faced by those with hearing impairments. Learn basic climbing commands and how to start a conversation in sign language!
During the month of February, come to the WNDAACC to grab an official playing card. The card will have five offices to visit. Visit each center and answer the corresponding trivia card on your card. Once you have completed the card, return it to the WNDAACC to be entered into a drawing to win Chartwell Dollars. Deadline to turn in card and drawing will be on Feb. 28 at 9:00am!
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