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Become a Peer Victim Advocate

Contributed by: Belinda McNeill
Published: Tuesday, 22 August 2017 3:00 PM
Are you looking for a way to get involved on campus? Are you interested in volunteering your time to make a difference in someone’s life? Are you passionate about supporting survivors of violence?

If so, consider applying to join the Office of Victim Services Peer Victim Advocate (PVA) training course this fall semester!

Training will be held weekly, on Thursdays, from 3:30-4:45pm.
The course will start September 21 and end on December 7 (no class November 23).
The group will meet in the Health Center, Room 206.
*This training is on a volunteer basis and not for course credit.*


Students completing this training will become members of the PVA team and will be educated on providing after-hours, on-call advocacy and support to survivors of gender based violence. Additionally, students will learn how to facilitate educational programs related to issues involving relationship violence, sexual violence, stalking, healthy relationships and related topics. If you are good at listening, desire to help connect your peers to resources, want to inform them of their options, and are encouraging and empowering, please consider applying.

It is imperative that all applicants review the training expectations and requirements by visiting the OVS website.

After considering the role, responsibilities, and time commitment, if you are interested, please apply here.

Applications need to be submitted by 11:59pm Friday, September 1.
Late applications will not be considered.
This opportunity is open to undergraduate and graduate students.
Because of the time needed to train each peer advocate, a two semester time commitment is expected of new advocates—this does include your semester in training.

Please note: This will be the only day of the week/time of day this training is offered this semester. If it does not coordinate with your academic or work schedule, we would invite you to consider applying in the spring 2018 semester.

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University Singers Has An Immediate Opening For An Assistant Wardrobe Supervisor & Costumer

Contributed by: Patrick Stauffer
Published: Tuesday, 22 August 2017 2:30 PM
THE BALL STATE UNIVERSITY SINGERS HAS AN IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR AN ASSISTANT WARDROBE SUPERVISOR & COSTUMER

Basic sewing skills required.
Academic credit is offered - ask about details for enrollment.

If interested, please contact Alan Alder at alalder@bsu.edu or 765-285-3599.
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Atrium Gallery, Solo Show by Stacy Lee Webber

Contributed by: Michael Prater
Published: Monday, 21 August 2017 10:00 AM
The School of Art and the Atrium Gallery proudly present Objectified: A Solo Show by Stacy Lee Webber the first exhibition of the Fall 2017 exhibition series. The exhibition will run from Monday, August 21st – Wednesday, September 20th, 2017. Learn more.

The Ball State University Singers has immediate openings for instrumentalists

Contributed by: Patrick Stauffer
Published: Thursday, 17 August 2017 9:00 AM
THE BALL STATE UNIVERSITY SINGERS HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR INSTRUMENTALISTS:

Trumpet I & II
Saxophone (Alto, Tenor, Bari)
Trombone I & II
Synthesizer
Guitar
Bass Guitar


If interested, please contact Alan Alder at alalder@bsu.edu or 765-285-3599.
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Youth Symphony Orchestra Announces Opportunity for Beginning String Students

Contributed by: Becca Braun
Published: Thursday, 03 August 2017 3:30 PM
Announcing a wonderful opportunity for beginning string students! The Prelude Orchestra, one of the Youth Symphony Orchestras of East Central Indiana, will meet Monday afternoons, beginning August 28, in Hargreaves Music Building, on the campus of Ball State University.


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2017/18 Tickets Now on Sale!

Contributed by: Patrick Stauffer
Published: Tuesday, 01 August 2017 10:30 AM
Tickets for all 2017/18 School of Music ticketed concerts are now on sale! Attend most performances for only $5 and witness breathtaking music making from our talented students, faculty, and guest artists. Tickets are available through the Emens Auditorium Box Office.
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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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Piano Instruction Offered for All Ages

Contributed by: Patrick Stauffer
Published: Friday, 21 April 2017 9:00 AM
The School of Music will offer piano instruction for all ages during the fall 2017 semester through the Piano Pedagogy Program. All lessons and classes are in the Hargreaves Music Building.

Individuals interested in participating in the program will need to schedule a short interview. Children will need to have at least one parent present for the interview. For more information, please contact Lori Rhoden, professor of music performance and coordinator of piano pedagogy, at 765-285-5449 or lrhoden@bsu.edu.
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Virginia Ball Center for Creative Inquiry Announces 2017-2018 Fellows

Contributed by: Laura Huffman
Published: Friday, 10 March 2017 12:00 PM
VIRGINIA BALL CENTER FOR CREATIVE INQUIRY ANNOUNCES NEW FELLOWS

The Virginia Ball Center for Creative Inquiry is pleased to announce the four fellows for the 2017-2018 academic year:

Fall 2017: "American Women in Film Sound" - Vanessa Ament, Telecommunications
Fall 2017: "Fine Focus: Catalyzing STEM Opportunities for Minority Undergraduates" - John Mckillip, Biology

Spring 2018: "Muslims in Muncie" - Elizabeth Agnew, Philosophy and Religious Studies
Spring 2018: "Beneficence Records: Records for a Reason" - Daniel Porter, School of Music
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