APSU’s Department of Theatre & Dance presents an intimate song-and-dance by the team that brought you the huge Broadway hits CABARET and CHICAGO. It will be a wonderful night filled with familiar favories like "All That Jazz," "Mr. Cellophane" and "New York, New York" as well as a few hidden gems from the Kander & Ebb songbook. Apr 5 - 8@7:30p & Apr 9@2p. Tickets: $10 students/$15 general public
Join the WNDAACC for our next Lunch Forum. The Topic is: "All the Women Are White, All the Blacks Are Men": A Discussion of Intersectional Feminism and the Experiences of Women of Color. Lunch will be provided!
Graduating soon or know someone who is? Check out the AAUW Start Smart salary negotiation workshop in Clement 120 (WNDAACC) on April 6th to learn how to ask for the salary that you deserve. Contact Angie Leonard to reserve your spot!
Webinar. Research shows that those who have mentors and serve as mentors actually make more money than those who are not involved in mentoring. Mentors tend to be more engaged in their jobs and get more promotions than those who are not mentors. Most importantly, those who serve as mentors report gaining tremendous joy from their relationships with their protégés. Please register at link.
Webinar. Sometimes trust is defined as knowing what to expect from another person, or predictability. Predictability alone is not enough to create trust. Trust is also about my belief that you have my best interest in mind. Please register at link.
Freshmen and seniors, we still need your feedback! The National Survey of Student Engagement or NSSE remains open for responses. Search student email for previous reminders and click the personalized link to tell APSU about your student experiences.
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