Dr. Kevin Kohl, NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at Vanderbilt presents “Friends for life: gut microbes allow herbivores to consume toxic plants” in the Biology Honors Seminar on Mon., Feb. 15. For decades, ecologists have hypothesized that gut microbes allow wild herbivores to consume toxic plants. Dr. Kohl will present research supporting this idea that may have application in agricultural herbivores.
The Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee will recruit for 200 seasonal summer camp employees from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Feb. 16 & 18 at a lobby table in the Morgan University Center. All majors are welcome, so please stop by the table and speak to a representative for more details about this great opportunity.
As part of TRiO Day, TRiO SSS is hosting a food drive for APSU's S.O.S Food Pantry, from February 15- February 23.
Drop off your donations at one of the following locations: African American Cultural Center, Hispanic Cultural Center, Academic Support Center, Library, Office of Disability, TRiO SSS, or Tri-County Upward Bound.
Want to study abroad this summer? If so, start a study abroad application before the deadline dates! Monday, February 15, by 11:59 p.m. is the final deadline to create an application profile for early summer programs. Tuesday, March 1, by 11:59 p.m. is the final deadline to create an application profile for late summer programs.
Do you have a hard time connecting in relationships? Do you feel that your ways of communicating love miss the mark? Do you feel that your love tank with your partner always feels empty? Come to this toolkit and learn more effective ways to communicate love to others, and discover your own love language and how to express your needs without complaining.
6th Annual Young Women's Leadership Symposium is Friday, March 4 in the MUC Ballroom. This event is FREE and open to APSU and surrounding high schools. This is a half day seminar for males and females to demonstrate an understanding of leadership development as it pertains to women and leadership. Breakfast and lunch provided. Register online or in Clement 143. Seating is Limited!
Explore the complexities and dimensions of health and illness and understand how external factors influence health in a diverse and culturally rich environment. Students will also participate in service learning by assisting with non-medical services at a rural community.
Buy a $10 Scholarship Raffle ticket for your chance to win $20,000 CASH! Drawing will be held during the APSU Men's Basketball game on Saturday, February 27, 2016. You do not have to be present to win. However, you must be 18 years or older to enter.
Tell someone special you're thinking of them on Valentine's Day! Buy a Crush for your crush! All proceeds will go to the Social Work Club. Stop by Clement 134 between 10am-2pm Friday (2/12), Monday (2/15) and/or Tuesday (2/16)!
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