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Interested in a medical profession, biomedical, Allied Health sciences, science in general? Check out a list of opportunities for fellowships, internships and research for Summer 2015. Some applications are due in the Fall!!! A great way to explore a career and experience your options! Check out the web link for the list.
PPH & OUR offices
Pre-Professional Health Office & Office of Undergraduate Research
Dr. Meagan Mann & Dr. Chris Gentry
221-7971
Sep 19 2014
Oct 1 2014
UREC is offering 2 beginner & intermediate climbing movement classes! "So You Think You Can Climb?" - Sept 30th @ 6pm & "Welcome to the Rock" - Oct 7th @ 6pm will both teach climbing movement techniques & prepare participants for upcoming Adventure Rec trips! classes are $5/students & $7/APSU Affiliates. Prices are per class session. Sign up @ the Foy Center, no registration deadline!
University Recreation
Lauren Murton
221-6976
Sep 19 2014
Oct 7 2014
"Torch Song Trilogy." Film adaptation of the Broadway play. A new Yorker's search for love, respect and tradition in a world that seems not especially made for him. Free pizza.
Thu, 09/25/2014 - 4:30pm - 6:30pm
UC 303
Women's & Gender Studies Program, African American Studies, International Studies
Jill Eichhorn
221-6314
Sep 19 2014
Sep 25 2014
A discussion with dinner.
Mon, 09/22/2014 - 5:00pm - 7:00pm
UC 303
Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance
Ellen Garland
221-
Sep 19 2014
Sep 22 2014
University Recreation's Adventure Rec team is offering a Canoeing for Beginners trip, September 27th! Participants will spend the day floating down the Caney Fork River, while learning paddling and canoeing techniques. Registration must be done at the Foy Rec Center by September 22nd. Price is $40/students, $45/APSU Affiliates
University Recreation
Jefferson Defago
221-6977
Sep 19 2014
Sep 26 2014
Join us for a viewing of clips and a discussion of the film “Freedom Riders” Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 7pm in Clement 120. Refreshments will provided. The “Freedom Riders” film is available for viewing at http://libguides.apsu.edu/created-equal. Dr. Dwonna Goldstone, Professor of Languages and Literature, will facilitate this third discussion in a series of four civil rights film discussions.
Tue, 09/23/2014 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Clement 120
Library
Nancy Gibson
221-6166
Sep 19 2014
Sep 24 2014
We have just posted some great new classes: Spanish Language and Culture, The Art of Capoiera Angola Palmares, Don't Be a Victim: Unarmed Self-Defense. Register soon to receive early registration discounts! Check out our complete list of offerings at http://signmeup.apsu.edu.
Center for Extended and Distance Education
Center for Extended and Distance Education
exted@apsu.edu
221-7816
Sep 19 2014
Sep 30 2014
ESL General English program starts in Oct. Courses include Intermediate ESL & Adv Grammar & Writing. Depending on course, students will work on conversational skills, speaking, vocab, pronunciation, grammar, & writing. Courses are tailored based on the needs & level of the registered students. These courses are not for F-1 Visa students. Check us out online for more info.
McReynolds
ESL Institute
ESL Institute
esl@apsu.edu
221-6270
Sep 19 2014
Oct 10 2014
Directed by Dr. Sara Gotcher on Oct. 1-4 at 7:30pm and Oct. 5 at 2pm in the Trahern Theatre. Tickets are $5 for students/military/senior citizens & $10 for general admission and are cash only. Tickets can be purchased 90 minutes prior to the show or by stopping by TR227 to purchase during the week.
Theatre & Dance
Donna Conklin
221-6767
Sep 18 2014
Oct 5 2014
Would you like to watch dramas and musicals at the best theaters in the world, and earn 3 credits in two weeks? Study Abroad course "British and Irish Theater: A Tale of Two Cities" offers just that! By day we visit beautiful historic London and Dublin, by night we are enthralled by professional theater.
Fri, 12/26/2014 (All day) - Thu, 01/08/2015 (All day)
London and Dublin
CCSA Study Abroad
franksj@apsu.edu
221-7879
Sep 18 2014
Sep 27 2014