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Personal Excellence Events-Spring 2015

All events listed are FREE with a WKU student ID.

PHASE II: March 1st-April 11th

March

Organization

Event

Date

Time

Location

International Year of Ecuador

Discovering Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands: Photo Display

Sunday, February 1st—Saturday, March 21st

All Day

MMTH Atrium

Hardin Planetarium

Starry Tales for a Winter Night

Tuesday, February 17th-Thursday, April 2nd

Tues. & Thurs. @ 7pm, Sundays @ 2pm

Hardin Planetarium

Modern Languages

The Tournees French Film Festival: La Baie des Anges (Bay of        Angels), Screening and Discussion                

Monday, March 16th

7pm

CH 125

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Clothesline Project

Tuesday, March 17th

10am-5pm

DSU Courtyard

IYOE

Indigenous Women in Ecuador and the “Sumac Kawsay:” The Philosophy of Good Living

Tuesday, March 17th

4pm

GRH Auditorium (1074)

Institute for Citizenship and Social Responsibility

“Disability and Deinstitutionalization: Then and Now,” presented by Dr. Christina Noel

Tuesday, March 17th

4-5pm

GRH 2064

ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships

On Top Tuesdays: How Service Learning Prepares Students for Life after College

Tuesday, March 17th

6:30-7:30pm

DSU 2001

SAAM

A Production of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues

Tuesday, March 17th

7-8pm

DSU Auditorium

Modern Languages

The Tournees French Film Festival: Le Passe (The Past), Screening and Discussion

Tuesday, March 17th

7pm

CH 125

IYOE

"Pablo Corral Vega: A Photographic Presentation," Q&A with the photographer to follow presentation

Tuesday, March 17th

7pm

GRH Auditorium (1074)

Enrollment Management

Becoming a Better Writer with the ABCDE Method

Wednesday, March 18th

4pm

DSU 2086

IYOE

With my Heart in Yambo

Wednesday, March 18th

5pm

MMTH Auditorium (166)

Diversity and Community Studies

Gelien Matthews, “Black Abolitionists of the Caribbean”

Wednesday, March 18th

7-8pm

Faculty House

ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships

Service Learning Summit

Thursday, March 19th

1-5pm

DSU 3002

Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion

Lunch & Learn: Inclusive Communities and Freedom of Speech, Can They Coexist?

Thursday, March 19th

1-2:30pm

DSU 3020

ICSR

“Paying Attention, Digital Media, and Community-Based Critical GIS,” presented by Dr. Matthew Wilson

Thursday, March 19th

4-5:30pm

DSU 3020

English Department

Creative Writing Reading Series: Richard Hoffman

Thursday, March 19th

6-7pm

CH 125

Journalism and Broadcasting

Essential Cinema Screening Series: Red River

Thursday, March 19th

7pm

MMTH Auditorium

Counseling and Testing Center

African Drum Circle

Thursday, March 19th

7-8pm

DSU 1037

WKU Libraries

Faraway Flix Series: Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives (Thailand), Introduction and Discussion led by Dr. Jeffrey Samuels

Friday, March 20th

6:30-9:30pm

Faculty House

Dept. of Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport

International Fly Fishing Film Festival

Saturday, March 21st

7-9:30pm

DSU 3020

WKU Forensics

A (Free with One Canned Good) Evening with Forensics: A Showcase

Saturday, March 21st

6:30pm

DSU Auditorium

Art Department

Visiting Artist Talk: Leslie Nichols

Monday, March 23rd

6:30pm

FAC 156

Modern Languages

The Tournees French Film Festival: L’Attentat (The Attack), Screening and Discussion

Monday, March 23rd

7pm

CH 125

 

The Native Student Group Talking Circle

Monday, March 23rd

5-7pm

MMTH 219

IYOE

Political Humor/Cartoons in an Ecuadorian Context: A Free Press or Censorship

Tuesday, March 24th

4pm

GRH Auditorium (1074)

Gender and Women’s Studies

Sherry Hamby, “What’s in Your Resilience Portfolio? Creating Safety by Strengthening Yourself and Your Community

Tuesday, March 24th

5-6pm

MMTH Auditorium (166)

PCAL

“University, Court, and Slave: Pro-Slavery Thought in Southern Colleges and the Coming of the Civil War,” presented by Professor Alfred L. Brophy

Tuesday, March 24th

7pm

GRH Auditorium (1074)

Modern Languages

The Tournees French Film Festival: Israel Confidential (The Gatekeepers), Screening and Discussion

Tuesday, March 24th

7pm

CH 125

SAAM

Love the Way You Lie

Tuesday, March 24th

7:30-10pm

DSU 1071

Center for Career and Professional Development

Career Fair

Wednesday, March 25th

9am-3pm

DSU 3rd Floor

ICSR

It Happened Here Film Screening and Discussion

Wednesday, March 25th

5-7pm

DSU Auditorium

SAAM

Take Back the Night

Thursday, March 26th

6pm

First Christian Church, 1106 State St.

Journalism and Broadcasting

Essential Cinema Screening Series: Nashville

Thursday, March 26th

7pm

MMTH Auditorium

WKU BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism

Policies that Promote Economic Growth: A Lecture by Stephen Moore

Thursday, March 26th

8pm

GH 235

Leadership and Volunteerism

Up ‘Til Dawn Finale

Friday, March 27th-Saturday, March 28th

5pm-8am

Diddle Arena 1811

School of Journalism and Broadcasting

Gallery Exhibit: 2014 Mountain Workshop (Berea, KY)

Sunday, March 29th-Saturday, May 9th

M-W, 9am-9pm; R-F, 9am-5pm; Sun. 3-9pm

MMTH Gallery & Atrium

ACLU of KY

“I am a Kentuckian"

Monday, March 30th

4pm

GRH Auditorium (1074)

Modern Languages

The Tournees French Film Festival: Les Salauds (Bastards)

Monday, March 30th

7pm

CH 125

IYOE

Cesar’s Grill

Tuesday, March 31st

5pm

MMTH Auditorium (166)

Modern Languages

The Tournees French Film Festival: La Vie d’Adele (Blue is the Warmest Color)

Tuesday, March 31st

7pm

CH 125

Organizational Leadership

"Leadership in the 21st Century: Trends and Theories," presented by Dr. Peter Northouse

Tuesday, March 31st

7pm

GRH Auditorium (1074)

April

Organization                         

Event                                                                                                                 

Date                                     

Time                                     

Location                       

Enrollment Management

Study Skill Workshop, facilitated by David Serafini

Wednesday, April 1st

4pm

DSU 3023

Center for Career and Professional Development

Doomsday Preppers: Career Edition

Wednesday, April 1st

5-6pm

DSU 2001

Institute for Citizenship and Social Responsibility

"Crip Futures, Future Coalitions: Disability and Social Justice," presented by Dr. Alison Kafer

Thursday, April 2nd

4-5:30pm

DSU 3020

Popular Culture Studies

Thoughts on Pop

Wednesday, April 8th

4-5:30pm

Faculty House

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