Thursday, 11 Feb 2016
"Building YOU, Reinforcing US," a conference to offer inspiration and motivation through sessions that build on the individual while reinforcing the university as a whole. Late registration fees apply after Jan. 8.
The Community and Regional Planning Graduate Student Club will hold a Valentine's Day Flower and Bake Sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12, in the foyer outside the College of Design Dean's Office. Short-stem roses and carnations will be available for $3/stem. Other flowers like daisies and alstroemeria will be $2/stem or $5/3 stems. Baked goods will range from $1-$5 depending on package quantity.
Bring your lunch to the Gardens and enjoy an education program. Attend each month and experience a new topic presented by professionals and lecturers.
Support local artists and give an original gift of art to your Valentine.
Learn the secret to making it work day-to-day and week-to-week! Our Align Your Time With Your Priorities webinar is a step-by-step guide to holding a weekly planning meeting (aka The Sunday Meeting).In this live webinar you'll learn: oWhat works...and what DOESN'T work when it comes to weekly planning oWhy weekly planning is the bridge between your semester plan and getting control of your workday
Margo Foreman, associate director of the office of equal opportunity at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, is one of four finalists interviewing this month.
Join us to make a Felt Flower Wreaths, while you sip on adult beverages in a beautiful setting.
Semi-Finals is the first performance for Varieties! Only a select few move on to perform at Finals.
Repurpose a wine bottle and make a decorative piece for you or your Valentine.
Drawn from the history and folklore of Ireland and her Celtic cousins, Celtic Nights will bring the audience on a stunning musical journey of Celtic life. Telling the tale of emigration and how people's lives would be spent in a world of traveling by rail, horses and ships
Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Series Keynote. Wes Moore is a combat veteran, Rhodes Scholar, White House fellow and the author of two books: "The Other Wes Moore" and "The Work: My Search for a Life That Matters."