Computing Services will be hiring Level 1 Tech and Help Desk work study positions for summer and fall. Applicants must be eligible and awarded work study through financial aid.
GET FREE HOUSING! NO WORK STUDY NEEDED for ResNet Techs. Work as a ResNet Tech and receive your semester’s housing FREE in exchange for working part time!
Applications for all positions are available at Computing Services.
Please join us for our next Faculty Lecture Series event. Dr. Stephanie Hilwig, Professor of Sociology, will be presenting his lecture entitled “Our Rape Culture: How We All Help Create It”. The lecture will be held on Wednesday, May 3rd in McDaniel Hall room 101 at 7 pm. Light refreshments will be provided.
There will be no open gym basketball This week on Thursday 4/27 or on Sunday 4/30. It will resume next Monday.
Our last day for open Gym this semester is going to be May 9th due to set up for graduation, just FYI.
Life changing principles of Buddhism discussion
12 p.m. until 1 p.m.
Bring your own lunch
Student Life Center
4 p.m. until 6 p.m.
North Campus Green
Campus Garden Work Day
4 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.
Meet at ASU Gingerbread House
Caring for Yourself Through Your Dreams Workshop (faculty/staff/community)
4 p.m. until 6 p.m.
$10 suggested donation
Nielsen Library Cooper Room
Kundalini Yoga for Brain Power
6:30 p.m. until 7:45 p.m.
$8 to $11 suggested donation
420 State Ave., Alamosa, Colo.
The Student Union Building office is hiring a summer building manager. It is a workstudy position so you must qualify for summer workstudy. The position includes evening and weekend hours. Please go to SUB office 321 for an application and job description.
Hey Grizzlies! Remember that you must be registered for full-time, on campus classes for the 2017-18 Fall semester in order to be eligible for scholarships and other potential financial aid opportunities! Also, make sure that you have submitted a new FAFSA for the upcoming academic year to avoid any delays in processing your financial awards. Please come by One Stop Student Services or see your academic advisor for more details.
The Colorado Field Institute (CFI) is hosting the last of their 2016/2017 Winter lecture Series at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017, in Porter Hall, Room 130.
Home to long-forgotten mining towns, defunct fisheries and neglected cabins, the turbulent headwaters of the Upper Rio Grande conceal a largely unknown history. Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys brought their legendary Texas swing to Crooked Creek Canyon’s S Lazy U Dance while a comedy of errors unfolded around the ranch’s secret still. Obstetrician Dr. MaryAnn Faunce, the daughter of an abolitionist and suffragette, made house calls as a real-life Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman. The silver boom town Creede had a variety of housing provided to numerous rough and tumble transient miners, but none as enduring as the Creede Hotel. Upper Rio Grande native Carol Ann Wetherill and author Sandra Wagner preserve and celebrate the pioneering spirit that defined the early days in this relatively unknown corner of southern Colorado.
SACNAS will be selling chili this Wednesday April 26th from 11:30 to 1:00 in Porter. Come enjoy some great homemade chili and help support our club.
How can the principles of Buddhism be helpful in your life? Find out how to use meditation to invoke positive states of mind. Could this be useful at this time in the semester? Come to the Student Life Center Tuesdays at noon and feel free to bring your lunch. There is no charge and no previous experience or knowledge about Buddhism needed. Both inexperienced and experienced students, faculty and staff are welcome, as we learn from one another. Ani Kelsang Rinchung, a Buddhist nun, will facilitate. Each session stands alone–come to one or all.
What does your subconscious mind want to say? Have you considered that dreams can speak in powerful ways and contribute to overall wellness? ASU students are invited to a mini workshop this Thursday from 3:00 – 5:00 pm in the Student Life Center with author Cindy Medina, who uses her training in Jungian psychology and her years of dream work facilitation to share her process. Bring a dream you’d like to work through and your questions. Space is limited to 8 participants. Snacks provided. Please pre-register by email to: email@example.com
Come get your dance on! Zumba glow dance party 9 p.m. at the Rex Monday night! Wear White.
Check out the AWESOME events happening today on Campus:
• FREE Acupuncture
9am–12pm • SUB Banquet Room A131
• Creative College Cooking: Breakfast Edition
9–11am • Japanese Garden • FREE food samples
• Creative College Cooking: Lunch Edition
11am–1pm • Japanese Garden • FREE food samples
• Volleyball: Open Play
4–6pm • Campus Green
• “A Meal Out of Reach” Documentary on Food
Scarcity in the SLV Suggested Donation: fresh fruit or veggies
7pm • McDaniel 101
• Zumba Glow Dance Party
9–10pm • Rex Fitness & Wellness Center
**PLEASE NOTE: Free Table Massage & $5 Hair Cuts have been cancelled today due to an illness and a family emergency.**
Due to a family emergency, there will be no $5 haircuts today and due to an illness, there will be no table massages. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused you. We look forward to seeing you at other events!
Wellness Week Schedule:
Join us at the Japanese Garden for our Creative College Cooking Demos 9am-1pm and receive a Free Potato or two and a recipe book. The Potatoes were generously donated from right here in the SLV by CSU Research Farm! Thanks CSU 🙂
The Grizzly Testing and Learning Center is looking for motivated students to fill two student employment positions.
Pay starts at $9.50 and students must be full-time, on-campus undergraduate students with at least two on-campus semesters at ASU remaining. We request that applicants have at least 10 hours available to work between 8 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
If interested, please stop by to pick up an application at the Grizzly Testing and Learning Center, 2nd floor Nielsen Library. Applications will be accepted until Monday, May 1st, 2017 at 5 pm.
Ladies & Gentleman…
Sexually active? Get tested!!
(urine sample test; results within 48 hrs.)
ONLY 2 “on campus” testings opportunities remaining…
MONDAY 4/24/17 noon-2PM
MONDAY 5/8/17 noon-2PM
By registered nurse for:
Room 318 SUB
Brought to you by: Club ESRA ~ This GRIZZ is Looking Out 4 U!
The Adams State University Chamber and Concert Choirs will be performing on Friday, April 21 at 7:00pm in Richardson Hall Auditorium. The performance will include works by Eric Whitacre, a Morten Lauridsen setting of James Agee’s poem, “Sure On This Shining Night,” the Cuban folk song, “Son de Camaguey,” arranged by Stephen Hatfield, and Kirk Mechem’s, “Time,” featuring Adams State Assistant Professor of Voice, Dr. Matthew Valverde.
A special addition to the evening will be the performance of “Unicornis Captivatur” by Norwegian composer, Ola Gjeilo. The text comes from a series of medieval chants completed around 1400 at the Engelberg monastery in Switzerland. These texts are an allegorical telling of the Easter story through the use of animal symbolism and will include a multi-media presentation of medieval bestiary iconography.
The concert is $5 for adults, $1 for students, and free to AS&F and Friends of Music. For more information, please call (719) 587-7621.
Dr. Cindy Bruyere, Project Scientist for National Center for Atmospheric Research’s (NCAR) Capacity Center for Climate & Weather Extremes, and Leslie Glustrom, University of Colorado Biochemistry Professor will speak regarding climate change from 1:30 p.m.-3p.m. in Carson Auditorium in the Student Union Building in Alamosa, Colorado on April 29th
Cindy Bruyère leads the NCAR-based systems development effort for the Engineering for Climate Extremes. She plays a key role in the development of the Global Risk and Resilience Toolbox. Cindy has a Master’s of Science degree in Dynamical Modeling and a PhD in Environmental Management.
Mark your calendars for one or many of the awesome events we have planned for Wellness Week 4/22-4/28! Visit the following links for the schedule: