Tuesday, 30 Jun 2015
For the admissions officers, enrollment managers and presidents of American colleges and universities, few issues are as important or challenging as efforts to diversify the student body. Educators worry that many groups of students -- under-represented minority students, the disadvantaged, those whose parents didn't go to college, and more -- are not enrolling at rates proportional to their representation in the country's population.
Phil is supervisor of animal care with laboratory animal resources. He is retiring after 42 years of service.
Reception for Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibition of mixed-media illustrations, digital photographs and animations by integrated visual arts graduate student Rohini Kummitha. The reception will include a cooking demonstration at 6:30 p.m. and animation film screening at 7 p.m. Free and open to the public.
Create a beautiful piece to capture the light through your windows. Learn how to cut, foil and solder glass using a pattern you choose or design.
Take this opportunity to learn and develop drawing skills, whether you are a beginner who likes to doodle or an artist with experience. Students will be guided through a variety of exercises to enhance your drawing technique including: line, perspective, light and shadow, and composition, while developing hand-eye coordination and confidence.
Tango is a rich and complex improvisational dance, considered to be the most challenging yet most fulfilling of all the partnered dances. Starting with a salida, learn to link basic movement patterns so you can have a dancing "conversation" with your partner. Learn the language of Tango and "speak" it with the music. Tango can improve your balance, focus, sensitivity and your ability to work with and respond to a partner. Plus, it's loads of fun!