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MAC-ALDP Fellows Press Release

Contributed by: Angie Zahner
Published: Tuesday, 17 October 2017 10:30 AM
The Mid-American Conference-Academic Leadership Development Program (MAC-ALDP) is a professional development program that aims to identify a select group of faculty and administrators in an effort to develop, prepare, and enhance their ability to be effective academic leaders.  Learn more.

Zillow digital marketer presents to students

Contributed by: Christa Burkholder
Published: Monday, 16 October 2017 2:00 PM
Randy Williams a digital marketer with Zillow, based out in Seattle, will be on campus speaking to members of Cardinal Metrics, a student-run digital analytics agency, as well as any students from all disciplines. He’ll talk about his career as a digital marketer and how analytics plays a role in his day-to-day work.

When: Tuesday, October 17 at 5:00 PM
Where: Letterman Building, Room 125

All students from any organization and discipline are invited!

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Writer Kelcey Parker Ervick reads on October 26

Contributed by: Cathy Day
Published: Thursday, 05 October 2017 3:00 PM
The English department presents Kelcey Parker Ervick, who will read from her work on Thursday, October 26th at 8:30 PM in AJ 225.

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Midterm Feedback Service Available

Contributed by: Kathleen Jacobi
Published: Sunday, 17 September 2017 9:00 AM
Why wait until after finals to receive student feedback? The Office of Educational Excellence can assist in gathering student feedback at midterm allowing you to make adjustments prior to the end of the semester. Our Midterm Feedback Service can be provided as a facilitated face-to-face session with your students or as an online survey.

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Submissions Being Accepted for Celestial Musings: Poems Inspired by the Night Sky

Contributed by: Dayna Thompson
Published: Friday, 07 July 2017 2:00 PM
Submissions are now being accepted for "Celestial Musings: Poems Inspired by the Night Sky". Submit up to three poems with a line limit of 32 lines each. The poems do not have to be entirely about the night sky, but the more the poems relate to the stars, constellations or the moon, the better the chance for publication.
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