APSU Student Competition, BE GOV FIT, will be held during the Governors Gauntlet on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016 in Fortera Stadium. Cash prize to the philanthropy of choice for each first and second place male and female teams. First place wins $400 and a trophy. Second place wins $100. Team entry: $100 (includes t-shirt). For more information please visit, apsu.edu/governors-gauntlet
It's not too late! Read the New Testament, Homer, Sophocles in the original Greek. A few seats left, no prereq! Why settle for a translation when you can see for yourself exactly what those texts say? Love Christianity, history, literature, taking the LSAT or MCAT, or just curious? Learn Greek! Hybrid course, MWF at 9:05 for 4 hrs credit. GREK 1010-03 2865.
The Volunteer Fair is an opportunity to learn how to get involved with community service. Local nonprofits and the CSLCE staff will be set up to meet with students and help them become volunteers. Want to get involved in the community? Interested in the different CSLCE programs? Stop by and learn how you can make a difference!
Thu, 08/25/2016 - 11:00am - 1:30pm
Center for Service-Learning & Community Engagement
Do you love films of adventure, drama, and history? Like to learn culture in European capitals? Then you would love “London & Dublin in Film” which takes place Dec 26, 2016 to Jan 8, 2017. We will visit the Irish and British Film Institutes, enjoy theatre at the Abbey and West End, and hit the high spots: Westminster Abbey, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol, Cambridge University.
Join Student Life & Engagement Director Victor Felts for the first Wisdom Walk. Students will be exposed to the diversity of opportunities on campus to be involved. This inclusive half hour walk goes in many directions, figuratively and literally! So join us at 12pm sharp.
Webinar. 1 Hour. Everyone wants to get the best from their team; that’s a given. But the real problem lies in just how to do that. You don’t want to settle for just good enough, you want great results every time. To do this, you need a find a way to inspire people to greatness, to achieve heights they’ve never reached before. Register at link.
Webinar. 1 hour. Creative principles like imagination, innovation, change, and play enhance a business's productivity, its marketability, and the bottom line. This course also covers common obstacles leaders find in transitioning their organizations to more creative ways of thinking. Please register at link.
Webinar. 1 Hour. If you’re like most new supervisors, you were promoted because you did a fantastic job — but you’ve received only minimal training in how to supervise people. It’s hard and it’s stressful … and it doesn’t have to be that way. Please register at link.
The ESL (English as a Second Language) Institute is looking for fluent English speaking students (faculty and staff also welcome) to become a conversation partner to English language students. Conversation partners interact with English language students to help them improve their English skills. See website below for more information and application form—due Friday, Sept 2.
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