This event starts with a clip from the documentary Latino in America which focuses on children in the immigrant detention system. Stop by for a round table discussion, taste mate (a South American caffeine drink), get a plastic bombilla, and enter to win a copy of Soledad O'Brien's book Latino in America. O’Brien is the 2014 Unity Celebration Keynote Speaker and will be at APSU on 03/25.
30-minute RefWorks basics sessions will be held in Library 114 this week and next: Wednesday, 3-19 @ 3pm; Thursday, 3-20 @ 9:30am; Monday, 3-24 @ 11:30am; and Tuesday, 3-25 @ 2pm. RefWorks is a useful online tool for all majors and grade levels. Use RefWorks to store and share citations, create reference lists in APA or MLA format, and more. Room 114 is in the basement level of the library.
Thank you to everyone who pre-purchased a delicious box or two of Krispy Kreme doughnuts! There will be a limited number of boxes for sale on a first come first serve basis. One dozen is $7 and two boxes for $11. All proceeds go towards the Heidi Leming Hispanic Cultural Center Scholarship.
"Thelma and Louise." Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis star as accidental outlaws on a desperate flight across the Southwest after a tragic incident at a roadside bar. Their journey alternates between hilarious, high-speed thrill ride and empowering personal odyssey even as the law closes in. (130 minutes)
Undergraduate and Graduate students are invited to present their research at the 9th Annual Research and Creativity Forum. The forum will be held on April 11 (posters) and April 12 (oral/performances) in the MUC Ballroom. Abstracts are due by 4:30pm on March 21, 2014. Please use the following link to submit your abstract and program information: https://www.apsu.edu/our/abstract-submission-forum
Boot Camp Session II begins Monday, Mar. 17! It's not too late to register! We have four session times to choose from: 6am, 12:15pm, 5pm or 6pm. Visit our website for more info, and sign up today at the Foy Fitness & Recreation Center to get in shape for pool season!
Dr. Jennifer Olson, Visiting Professor at Kenyon College, will present “Bugs of a Different Color: Plasticity of Pigmentation” at 2:30 on Monday, March 17 in Sundquist E106A. Dr. Olsen is a candidate for the Evolutionary Biologist position in the Department of Biology.
Dr. John Roe, Assistant Professor of Biology, University of North Carolina-Pembroke, will present “Where turtles and fisheries meet: Untangling leatherbacks from bycatch in the Pacific Ocean” at 11:15 on Monday, March 17 in Sundquist E106A. Dr. Roe will discuss how satellite tracking of leatherback sea turtles might reduce accidental capture and death of these endangered species.
Join us for part two of a 3-part webinar series focused on the award winning Kurzweil 3000 educational software that provides the most comprehensive support for struggling students. "Utilizing Kurzweil Study Skills to Improve Organization and Academic Performance" will be presented today, March 17th, from 1-2 pm in the Library rm. 114. Trainings are open to all students, faculty, and staff.
Senior Exit Exam testing resumes this week. Five sessions are scheduled including this semester's only Saturday session held at the Fort Campbell Center. Please visit the IRE website for schedule and registration information. The Senior Exit Exam is a graduation requirement for all seniors obtaining their first Bachelors degree regardless of their major.