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Personal Excellence Events

Personal Excellence Events-Spring 2016

All events listed are FREE with a WKU student ID.

PHASE III: April 10th-May 15th

April

Organization   

Event

Date

Time

Location

Hardin Planetarium

Hubble: 25 Years of a Telescope with Vision

Tuesday, April 12th-Tuesday, May 10th

T & R @7pm, Sun. @ 2pm

Hardin Planetarium

ALIVE Center

National Volunteer Week: Service with Seniors (register online http://www.wku.edu/volunteer/week/service.php)

Tuesday, April 12th

3:30-5:30pm

Off Campus Location

Health Education

Bingocize Workshop

Tuesday, April 12th

6-7pm

DSU 3007

SAAM

The Clothesline Project Display

Wednesday, April 13th

10am-2pm

Centennial Mall

ALIVE Center

National Volunteer Week: Healthy Kids for a Healthy Future (register online http://www.wku.edu/volunteer/week/service.php)

Wednesday, April 13th

3-6pm

Boys & Girls Club/Parker Bennett Community Center

Center for Career and Professional Development

Athletics Job Fair

Wednesday, April 13th

11am-2pm

DSU 3rd Floor

Wholesome WKU

Wholesome Bites: Don’t Break the Bank, Grocery Shopping on a Budget

Wednesday, April 13th

3-4pm

Pearce Ford Tower

Housing and Residence Life  

The $100 Solution House: Chews & Conversation

Wednesday, April 13th

4:30-6pm

1534 Chestnut Street (The $100 Solution House)

WKU Chinese Club

Chinese Calligraphy Exhibit

Wednesday, April 13th

4:30-5:30pm

FAC 146

College Heights Herald

Herald Town Hall: SGA Presidential Debate

Wednesday, April 13th

6:30-7:30pm

GRH 2064

ICSR

ICSR Salon

Thursday, April 14th

4-5pm

TPH 110 (ICSR)

Dept. of Philosophy and Religion

“The Apostle Paul in the Muslim Imagination,” presented by Dr. Patrick Gray

Thursday, April 14th

4pm

DSU 2123

ALIVE Center

National Volunteer Week: Clean Water Walk (register online http://www.wku.edu/volunteer/week/service.php)

Thursday, April 14th

5pm

Centennial Mall

Kentucky Museum

Documentary Screening, Mammoth Cave: A Place Called Home

Thursday, April 14th

6pm

Western Room, Kentucky Museum

WKU Libraries

Faraway Flix: That Thing Called Tadhana (Philippines)

Friday, April 15th

5:30-8pm

CH 125

Theatre and Dance

New Works Festival

Thursday, April 14th-Tuesday, April 19th

8pm (Sun. 4/17 @ 3pm)

Gordon Wilson Hall

ALIVE Center

National Volunteer Week: Together We Serve (register online http://www.wku.edu/volunteer/week/service.php)

Friday, April 15th

2:30-4:30pm

Various Locations

ALIVE Center

National Volunteer Week: Special Olympics, Area 5 Track and Field Games (contact Holly Vincent to register 270-393-3480)

Saturday, April 16th

8:00am

BG High School

ICSR

Third Tuesday Tea “Criminalizing Trans Bodies: Dissecting Contemporary Bathroom Bills,” presented by Andrew Salman & Dr. Patty Minter

Tuesday, April 19th

4-5pm

DSU 2124

Health Education

Bingocize Workshop

Tuesday, April 19th

6-7pm

DSU 3007

Gender and Women’s Studies

Gender Images Film Series: 52 Tuesdays

Tuesday, April 19th

6:30-9pm

CH 125

Dept. of Economics

“So You Think You Know Inequality?” presented by Dr. Scott Winship

Wednesday, April 20th

3:30pm

GH 235

Music Department

American Choral Directors presents: Dr. Susan Kelly, Guest Speaker

Wednesday, April 20th

4pm

Music Hall CRH

Popular Culture Studies

Thoughts on Pop: A Bi-Annual Colloquium Series of Popular Culture Talks by WKU Faculty and Scholars

Wednesday, April 20th

4-5:30pm

DSU 3020

WKU Chinese Club

Sino-Russo: Treaties and Treats

Wednesday, April 20th

4:30-5:30pm

FAC 166

ICSR Speaker Series

“Panza Revolution: Chicana Fat Aesthetics,” presented by Dr. Julie Minich

Thursday, April 21st

4-5:30pm

DSU 3020

SAAM

Take Back the Night

Thursday, April 21st

6pm

Warren County Justice Center (1001 Center St.-Downtown BG)

Health Education

Grocery Bingo: Nutrition

Thursday, April 21st

7-9pm

DSU Niteclass

Political Science

Patterson School of Diplomacy: Pizza and Conversation

Friday, April 22nd

11:30am-12:30pm

GH 340

Music Department

Our New Day Begun, presentation by Mr. Omar Thomas, Composer

Friday, April 22nd

2:30-3:30pm

FAC Recital Hall

Student Activities

Multicultural Student Retreat ($10 fee, register online)

Saturday, April 23rd-Sunday, April 24th

All day

Gasper River Retreat Center

Housing and Residence Life       

Slipping ‘N’ Sliding Out of the Darkness: Shedding Light on Mental Health

Monday, April 25th

4-6pm

Valley

Journalism & Broadcasting

"Covering your City: Why Investigative Reporting is Most Important at the Local Level," presented by Nikita Stewart, New York Times Investigative Reporter and WKU Alumna

Monday, April 25th

7pm

MMTH Auditorium

Health Education

Bingocize Workshop

Tuesday, April 26th

5:30-7pm

DSU 3007

International Enrollment Management

WKU World Festival

Wednesday, April 27th

4-8pm

DSU 

WKU Chinese Club

Chinese Film: McDull: Me and My Mom

Wednesday, April 27th

4:30-5:30pm

Helm 100

SAAM

Film Screening and Discussion: The Hunting Ground

Wednesday, April 27th

7pm

GRH Auditorium

OIDI

Lunch & Learn Series

Thursday, April 28th

12:30-3:30pm

DSU 2084

SAAM 

Interpersonal Violence Panel

Thursday, April 28th 

5-7pm 

DSU 3020 

May

Organization              

Event                                                                                              

Date                                     

Time                                     

Location                       

Kentucky Museum

Study Hall

Monday, May 9th

4pm-Midnight

Kentucky Room Ballroom

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