SACNAS is selling Chili today noon-1 in Porter Hall. Thank you for your support!
Friday the 23rd we will be selling homemade burritos $3, coffee, and donuts outside McDaniel from 8 am-noon. We will also be helping the ASU Model UN with their Toiletries drive to help the people of Venezuela. We are asking for the following items:
Bar soap (not body wash)
Sterile latex gloves (the hospitals don’t have them so patients have to bring their own gloves, gauze, etc.)
Come on by! We need all the help we can get. Thank you
~In case of bad weather we will set up inside MCD.
Sweet & Mellow…
…Cinnamon Dolce coffee is running low in the Writing Studio, so drop by for some before it’s too late. Or wait, and see what’s next. Vanilla? Hazelnut? Maybe even coffee-flavored coffee. While you’re in the studio, work on your latest written project with our intelligent and attractive tutors. The Writing Studio. McD 220. Mon. – Thurs.: 9 am – 4 pm, 6 pm – 8 pm, Fri. 9 am – 12 pm. firstname.lastname@example.org 719-587-7898
Faculty and staff are invited to an informational session on Tuesday, February 20 at Nielsen Library First Floor, at 3:00 p.m. We will share the ways the Civic Engagement office is able to offer support in promoting community service, civic responsibility, social awareness and academic scholarship in your courses and programs. For those who already integrate co-curricular community engagement strategies into work with students, we would love to hear your insights and experiences. Light refreshments will be served.
Take a break and walk on over to Nielsen Library First Floor on February 20 at 3 pm. Refreshments will be served! We hope to see you there!
There will be free popcorn from 12-1pm today (2/19) outside of the counseling education department. Come by and grab a bag of happiness!
Club ESRA (education for sexual risk avoidance) is having a meeting tonight @5:30 at the Women’s Resource center located near Chili’s in the Villa Mall. Come find out what we’re all about!
Free Pregnancy testing today, Monday February 19th, from 12-2pm in SUB 318. Sponsored by Club ESRA!
Plachy Pool will be closed Feb 22 thru 25 for maintenance.
A Masters thesis defense presentation by Uchenna Ogbonnaya “Asymmetric Lower Body Force Output in Athletes” is this Wednesday, February 21, East Campus room 107 at 3 pm.
The SandHill Review is accepting submissions for the Spring 2018 edition.
We accept: poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, 2D/3D art, music, and videos.
All submissions will be posted on the SandHill’s blog, the deadline is March 28th.
The Adams State University Athletic department will be hosting a faculty appreciation night on Tuesday, February 20th during the basketball games against Fort Lewis. All faculty are invited to come enjoy a great night of basketball, food, and drinks. Food will be catered by Woody’s Q Shack and drinks will be provided by Square Peg Brewery in the Hall of Fame Room from 7:00- 7:30. During the halftime of the men’s game we will be recognizing our student athletes who have received a 3.0 or higher GPA. We will also be recognizing our faculty who helped to make this possible. Your attendance is strongly encouraged please join us in making this a great event.
Women’s game starts at 5:30pm
Men’s game starts at 7:30pm
Faculty Please RSVP @ email@example.com
We are pleased to announce our first Faculty Lecture Series event of the spring season! On Wednesday, Feb 28th Dr. Nick Saenz, Professor of History, will be presenting his lecture entitled “Contextualizing the Borderlands of Southern Colorado”. The lecture will be held on Wednesday, February 28th in McDaniel Hall room 101 at 7 pm and is open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided.
A calm, relaxing walking experience as the sun continues to rise. Hosts will share readings to guide reflection throughout the walk. This will be a 2-3 mile walk returning to starting location no later than 8:30 AM. Meet at the parking lot of Rio Grande Farm Park.
PACE: Reflective & Relaxed | TERRAIN: Greenway/Trail | DISTANCE: Approximately 2-3 miles
Your Hosts: Jonathon Stalls is the Founder/Co-op Owner of the Walk2Connect Cooperative and at Intrinsic Paths and Shirley Atencio is the Programs Coordinator for the Religious & Spiritual Life center at Adams State. Consider Bringing:
– Comfortable socks & shoes
– Light backpack to carry water, binoculars, snacks if desired
– Journal for note taking
– Camera for capturing details, color, nature
– Several (thinner) layers depending on anticipated temperature
Dogs are welcome! Please make sure that they are well behaved and on a 6ft leash or less. No retractable leashes, please.
**Thursday Night Maintenance**
Beginning at 9:00 PM, there will be brief interruptions to several back-end systems and services as we perform reboots as part of the patching and maintenance process. These include the Helpdesk ticketing system, the campus blog server and events server, and other back-end systems. There should be very minimal impact to campus users at this time.
Computing Services thanks you for your patience and understanding as we perform these critical maintenance activities. As always, if you have any questions, please call the ASU Computing Services Helpdesk at 7741 or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a great day,
Interested in learn the basics of how to help someone who gets hurt or ill while out camping or fishing in the backcountry? This three day Wilderness First Aid course, provided by the Wilderness Medicine Training Center (WMTC), may be the best choice for weekend campers, people taking day hikes within cell phone coverage, and those who are just looking for basic instruction. This WFA course meets the Boy Scouts of America and the American Camping Association trip leader requirements.
Includes Adult/Child Wilderness CPR
Course can be taken to re-certify WAFA, WFR, WEMT
Course Dates: March 9 – 11
Course Cost: $250.00 or $275 for WFR re-certification
Register online by following the link below
Register in person at the Rex Fitness and Wellness Center
Registration Deadline: March 1st
Find out more:
Contact Curt Howell for any questions
The Graduate Student Success Center (GSSC) would like to invite graduate students, faculty, and staff to a Higher Education Hot Topics 2018 programming series: Graduate Student Success Chronicles: Friday February 16th, and Saturday February 17th. This event will provide the opportunity to those involved in graduate education to engage and learn from the experiences of individuals in positions of leadership. Our panel of leaders is comprised of diverse people, journeys, and perspectives. These leaders come from institutions of higher education, public service, and institutions that work to promote diversity.
During these event you will have opportunities to engage the leaders personally and to work alongside these leaders to build your leadership potential. Activities that illuminate communication and dive into leadership perspectives, will help you to build a leadership foundation to stand upon as you journey into your future career.
We invite you to participate in this unique and interactive leadership growth experience. Everyone is welcome to attend events on Friday the 16th. The cap for participation in the events on Saturday the 17th is limited. If you are interested in attending, please fill out this form:
Day 1: Friday February 16th Agenda
10am – 12:30pm Leadership Living Room Interviews
12:30 – 1:30pm Working Lunch Conversations*
1:30 – 2:30pm Unpack readings and questionaries
2:30 – 4pm Panel Discussion: Global Leadership Perspective
Day 2: Saturday February 17th
10 – 11am Unpack previous day in Small Groups Discussions
11am – 12:30pm Characteristic Labels Activities
12:30 – 1:30pm Working Lunch Conversations*
1:45 – 2:50pm Lego Construction Activity
3:00 – 3:45pm Leadership Reading Activity: Jigsaw
4 – 5pm Leadership Philosophy Activity
5-6pm Keynote Speech Dr. Sydney Freeman
*Lunch will be provided
WHAT: Meet the Candidates for Chair of the Psychology Department!
WHERE: McDaniel Hall 2nd Floor Atrium
WHEN: Tuesday, February 20 from 10:30 am – 11:00 am
Thursday, February 22 from 10:30 am – 11:00 am
The Department of State has an open Year-Long Paid Internship Position in Washington DC
Title: Student Trainee (Office of Automation) : Pathways Internship
Open Date: 2/14/2018
Close date: once 100 applications have been received- get it in TODAY!
Pay for year: 33,172 to $43,119
Check out this link for more information: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/491028300?source=govdelivery&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery
For advice on obtaining Pathways internships, contact ASU Career Center at Careerservices@adams.edu or email@example.com or call for an appointment: 719-587-8336
We will be having our meeting on Friday, February 16th at 12pm. This will be in BUS 218. If you have any question please email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Free STI testing for gonorrhea and chlamydia today February 12th from 12-2:00 pm in sub 318. Sponsored by club ESRA!