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Personal Excellence Events-Spring 2015

All events listed are FREE with a WKU student ID.

PHASE III: April 12th-May 16th

April

Organization

Event

Date

Time

Location

ALIVE Center

National Volunteer Week: Healthy Kids for a Healthy Future (e-mail julia.rivas@wku.edu to sign up)      

Monday, April 13th                            

2:30-6pm (volunteer shifts 2:30-4pm, 4-6pm, 2:30-6pm)

Parker Bennett Community Center

WKU Libraries                   

The Harvey Girls: Opportunity Bound Screening and Discussion

Monday, April 13th

6-8pm

Kentucky Building

ALIVE Center

National Volunteer Week: Humane Society Volunteering (e-mail julia.rivas@wku.edu to sign up)

Tuesday, April 14th

2-4pm

Bowling Green Warren County Humane Society (1925 Old Louisville Rd.)

Folk Studies

“Dress to Impress: Exploring Culture and Identity,” presented by Paddy Bowman

Tuesday, April 14th

7-8:30pm

Kentucky Museum

Office of International Programs

“Is Vladimir Putin a Threat to World Peace,” Panel Discussion

Tuesday, April 14th

7-8:30pm

CH 210

Theatre & Dance

Kirker Butler Talk and Book Signing                                    

Tuesday, April 14th

7pm

AAC

ALIVE Center

National Volunteer Week: WKU Thrift Shop

Wednesday, April 15th

10am-5pm

DSU 2nd Floor Lobby

IYOE

Chocolate with a Conscience: The Ecology of Kallari Cocoa Farming

Wednesday, April 15th

11:30am-12:30pm

DSU 2124

Center for Career and Professional Development

State Department and Foreign Service Careers

Wednesday, April 15th

4-5pm

DSU 2001

Enrollment Management

Becoming a Better Writer: Fixing 10 Common Writing Mistakes

Wednesday, April 15th

4-5pm

DSU 3023

IYOE

Kallari Chocolate Cooperative: A Story in Resource Conservation and Economic Development

Wednesday, April 15th

4:30pm

DSU Niteclass

ALIVE Center

National Volunteer Week: A Cleaner Community (e-mail julia.rivas@wku.edu to sign up)

Thursday, April 16th

2-5pm

Kereiakes Park

Cultural Enhancement Series 

Fiddle Narrative Stage, hosted by John Harrod

Thursday, April 16th

2-3pm

DSU Auditorium

Cultural Enhancement Series   

Women and Songwriting Narrative Stage, hosted by Dale Ann Bradley

Thursday, April 16th

3-4pm

DSU Auditorium

English

Creative Writing Reading Series: Sallie Bingham

Thursday, April 16th

5-6pm

CH 125

Counseling and Testing Center

African Drum Circle

Thursday, April 16th

7-8pm

DSU 2124

Political Science

Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce, discussion led by Dr. Robert Farley of the University of Kentucky

Friday, April 17th

11:30am-12:30pm

GH 339

ALIVE Center

National Volunteer Week: Bowling Green Boys and Girls Club Youth Mentoring (e-mail julia.rivas@wku.edu to sign up)

Friday, April 17th

2:30-4:30pm

Bowling Green Boys and Girls Club

ORAC

Intro to Shelter Building

Friday, April 17th

3-9pm

McChesney Field Campus

WKU Libraries

Faraway Flix Series, Caramel (Lebanon)

Friday, April 17th

6:30-9:30pm

Faculty House

ALIVE Center

National Volunteer Week: Volunteer Recognition Ceremony

Saturday, April 18th

11am-12pm

DSU Cupola Room (inside Fresh Food Company)

Journalism and Broadcasting 

“Potter College at Fifty,” reception and remarks by Dean David Lee and Jeanie Adams-Smith

Monday, April 20th

4:30-6pm

MMTH Atrium

ACLU

History of ACLU of KY’s Work on LGBT Rights

Monday, April 20th

5pm

GRH Auditorium (1074)

OIDI

Step Up Screening and Discussion

Monday, April 20th

6-8pm

DSU Auditorium

Center for Career and Professional Development

Job Fair

Tuesday, April 21st

2-5pm

DSU 2001

Institute for Citizenship and Social Responsibility

Ancestral Health and Wellness

Tuesday, April 21st

4-5pm

DSU 2123

Enrollment Management

Overcoming Test Anxiety

Wednesday, April 22nd

4-5pm

DSU 3023

Institute for Citizenship and Social Responsibility

Soul Retrieval Journey

Thursday, April 23rd

4-5pm

DSU 2123

Gender and Womens Studies 

Gender Images Film Series, Night Moves

Thursday, April 23rd

6:30-8:30pm

CH 125

Downing Student Union

Grocery Bingo

Thursday, April 23rd

7-9pm

DSU Niteclass

Housing and Residence Life

Gender and Communication Conference

Saturday, April 25th

10am-5pm

DSU 3rd Floor

Housing and Residence Life

Drag Show

Saturday, April 25th

8-10pm

DSU 3rd Floor

Department of Political Science

Eliana Johnson, the Washington editor for the magazine, National Review

Tuesday, April 28th

3pm

GH 337

ALIVE Center

The Impact Expo

Tuesday, April 28th

6pm

MMTH Auditorium

English

Goldenrod Poetry Festival

Tuesday, April 28th

7pm

FAC 189

WKU Popular Studies

“ISIS: Who are they? What do they believe?” Roundtable Discussion

Wednesday, April 29th

3-4:30pm

CH 210

Hardin Planetarium

“Black Holes Don’t Suck,” presented by Dr. Jeffrey Bennett

Thursday, April 30th

7pm

DSU Auditorium

May

Organization                         

Event                                                                                              

Date                                     

Time                                     

Location                       

School of University Studies

WKU South Campus M.A.K.E. Faire

Friday, May 1st

10am-1pm

South Campus Academic Wing

Enrollment Management

How to Successfully Manage your Times for Finals

Monday, May 4th

4-5pm

DSU 3023

Western Kentucky Film Festival

Johnny Flynton Film Screening and Discussion with Filmmaker, Lexi Alexander

Monday, May 4th

7pm

MMTH Auditorium

Western Kentucky Film Festival

The Dooms Chapel Horror, Film Screening and Discussion with Director, John William Holt

Tuesday, May 5th

7pm

MMTH Auditorium

ORAC

Intro to Bike Maintenance

Wednesday, May 6th

4-7pm

Preston Center

Western Kentucky Film Festival

Proud Citizen Film Screening and Discussion with Director, Thomas Southerland

Wednesday, May 6th

7pm

MMTH Auditorium

Western Kentucky Film Festival

Sabbatical Film Screening and Discussion with Writer/Director, Brandon Colvin

Thursday, May 7th

6pm

MMTH Auditorium

Counseling and Testing   Center                                          

African Drum Circle

Thursday, May 7th

7-8pm

DSU Niteclass

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