Events

Wednesday, January 29

FIT for YOU, Train for your 1st 5K

Free Recreational Fitness and Wellness Program that helps you stay motivated in 2014.

Group Exercise Classes

Try a new exercise class on Campus Rec's Spring Session 1 (Jan 22 - Mar 7) Group Exercise Schedule! Classes include Spin, Body Pump, Yoga, Pilates, TRX...

Intramural Sports Registration

Registration is underway for 5 on 5 Basketball and Indoor Soccer Leagues. Create your team on IMLeagues and pay the entry fee before 5pm on 1/31 then attend...

Library Lobby Display: African American Civil Rights  Before and Beyond: Inspiring Insights and Stories Yes, There’s An App For That!

Known as the “Father of Black History” Dr. Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950) established Negro History week in February 1926 to recognize the many contributions...

Open Forum: Administrative Management Review Committee Report

Administrative Management Review Committee (AMRC) members of the hold an Open Forum to provide faculty and staff an opportunity to discuss and ask questions...

Providence Gallery: KUJIFUNZA Africa Teacher Foundation Exhibit, Jan 20-Feb 28 2014

Reception Feb 5 has been rescheduled for Feb 26, 5:30-7:30 Event includes a film presentation and African Dance and Drumming Performance In Celebration of...

Getting Started with ProQuest Flow (RefWorks)

RefWorks has significantly upgraded its interface and functionality, and the result is RefWorks Flow. Learn how RefWorks Flow can help you manage the...

Women's Basketball: Rhode Island at Fordham

Women's Basketball: Rhode Island at Fordham

Spanish Club

Everyone is invited to join our club (current and former students of Spanish of all levels, and anyone in general who has an interest in the Spanish Language...

Kaffeestunde (German Coffee Hour)

German coffee & conversation. Open to all levels of German speakers.

CPR Class

American Heart Assn. CPR/AED class

STEMMase (Catalyzing Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and Medicine)

STEMMase is a group of individuals interested in issues affecting the STEM fields as well as the health and wellness of the LGBTQ community.

Sustainability Lecture: Paper or Plastic?

Dr. David R. Tyler, Charles J. and M. Monteith Jacobs Professor of Chemistry Department of Chemistry University of Oregon will discuss: "Paper, Plastic, or...

Wednesday, January 29