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8/31/2016 10:45 AM
  
Make sure to come out and get Free and Rapid HIV testing. Testing is confidential and the results are given within fifteen minutes. Testing will take place in Union room 320.
8/31/2016 2:15 PMOglesby Union 320Pride Student UnionGeneralJosh Kinchen
8/31/2016 11:00 AM
  
The Center for Health Advocacy & Wellness has teamed with Pride Student Union and Big Bend Cares to offer confidential HIV testing . You'll get your results in just 15 minutes. Free condoms are also available if you only need those too.
8/31/2016 2:00 PMUnion 320GeneralAnna Benbrook
9/1/2016 8:30 AM
  
Course Code: SRA01

This session will be hands-on focusing on the fundamentals of proposal development from searching for funding opportunities to proposal and budget preparation. Participants will be introduced to the various systems used to submit proposals to the Federal Government. Systems that will be introduced in this session are Grants.gov, Fastlane and FedConnect

9/1/2016 10:30 AMUniversity Center, Bldg. A, Room 1203Sponsored Research AdministrationGeneralAndrea Durham
9/1/2016 8:30 AM
  
Course Code: SRA01

This session will be hands-on focusing on the fundamentals of proposal development from searching for funding opportunities to proposal and budget preparation. Participants will be introduced to the various systems used to submit proposals to the Federal Government. Systems that will be introduced in this session are Grants.gov, Fastlane and FedConnect

9/1/2016 10:30 AMUniversity Center, Bldg. A, Room 1203Sponsored Research AdministrationGeneralAndrea Durham
9/1/2016 10:00 AM
  
Start your semester off right with a part-time job! Meet with representatives from local employers and on-campus departments who want to hire you for their part-time employment opportunities. Visit http://career.fsu.edu/Students/Events for more information.
9/1/2016 2:00 PMOglesby Union BallroomsThe Career CenterGeneralV'Rhaniku Haynes
9/1/2016 10:30 AM
  
Presenter: Dr. Judith Devine, Senior Associate Dean, FSU Graduate School The Three Minute Thesis (3MT™) is a doctoral esearch communication competition developed by The University of Queensland, Australia. The competition supports the development of doctoral students' capacities to effectively explain their research in language appropriate for an intelligent but non-specialist audience—using only one slide. In preparation for the fall 2016 competition, this workshop will demonstrate effective and ineffective techniques for 3MT slide development. Refreshments will be provided by the Congress of Graduate Students. To register: https://fsu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0Gs681MO1f5NvIF
9/1/2016 12:00 PMHonors, Scholars & Fellows House, Room 3009The Graduate SchoolGeneralDr. Judith Devine
9/1/2016 3:30 PM
  
The Three Minute Thesis is a doctoral research communication competition developed by the University of Queensland, Australia. The competition supports the development of doctoral students' capacities to effectively explain their research in language appropriate for an intelligen but non-specialist audience--using one slide. In preparation for the fall 2016 competition, this workshop will demonstrate effective and ineffective techniques for 3MT slide development and presentations.
9/1/2016 5:00 PM3009 HSF HouseThe Graduate SchoolAcademicDr. Judith Devine
9/2/2016 10:00 AM
  
Do you know how to craft a cover letter and application packet for an academic position? What can you do to convince a search committee to interview you after reviewing your application materials? Participate in this workshop for a discussion of effective cover letters and application packets.
9/2/2016 11:30 AM3009 HSF HouseAcademicDr. Judith Devine
9/2/2016 6:00 PM
  
The Tallahassee International is an annual, juried competition sponsored by the Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts and juried by faculty from the College of Fine Arts. The competition is open to artists worldwide, eighteen years of age or older, and artists may submit up to two works of art, in the medium of their choice, for consideration. A $20 entry fee assists with expenses related to the competition, including production of the catalog and return shipping. This year close to 200 artists entered the competition giving the jurors nearly 400 works to review. The jurors this year were Carolyn Henne, FSU College of Fine Arts Associate Dean and Art Department Chair and Allys Palladino-Craig, MoFA Director. The jurying process is blind, and jurors decide on works based on their own merit and must agree the artist demonstrates skill within the chosen medium. After much deliberation, 64 works by 40 artists were selected for the exhibition. The pieces chosen represent a wide array of contemporary work, encompassing all art forms from traditional to unconventional. The Museum of Fine Arts congratulates this year’s accepted artists and welcomes visitors to The 31stTallahassee International.—JDY
9/2/2016 8:00 PM530 West Call St. Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State UniversityGeneralMoFA Office
9/2/2016 8:00 PM
  
Pride Student Union Presents: Drag at the Disco Fall 2016 Drag Show Friday, September 2, 2016 Doors 8 p.m. Club Downunder Free for all ages 18+
9/2/2016 10:00 PMClub DownunderPride Student UnionGeneralJosh Kinchen
9/5/2016 12:00 AM
  
University Holiday
9/5/2016 11:59 PMGeneralSarah Mirkin
9/6/2016 6:30 PM
  
Come out for AASU's 1st GBM of the semester
9/6/2016 9:00 PMSSB203Asian American Student UnionGeneralCarolyn Harris
9/6/2016 6:30 PM
  
Come out for AASU's 1st GBM of the semester
9/6/2016 9:00 PMSSB203Asian American Student UnionGeneralCarolyn Harris
9/7/2016 1:00 PM
  
Identifying prospective external funding opportunities is the first step to applying for fellowships and awards. In this interactive session you will learn how to use the comprehensive funding database Pivot, and create a funding search template. Please bring your laptop or tablet.

Register here: https://fsu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_4TnmmZOziMOomEd.
9/7/2016 2:30 PMHSF 3009Office of Proposal DevelopmentGeneralOffice of Graduate Fellowships and Awards
9/7/2016 4:00 PM
  
Always running late? Struggling to keep up? This workshop will help you get control of YOUR time so you can get the things you need done without stress. ACE Workshops are FREE to currently enrolled FSU students. To register, visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/acelearningstudio and click on the Workshops tab. Or call 645-9151 for assistance.
9/7/2016 5:30 PMWJB G060Academic Center for ExcellenceGeneralHolly Hunt
9/7/2016 7:00 PM
  
Pride Student Union first GBM of the Fall semester.
9/7/2016 9:00 PMSSB203Pride Student UnionGeneralJosh Kinchen
9/7/2016 7:30 PM
  
The Senate meets on a weekly basis to vote on proposals and other matters as submitted by its committees and constituents.
11/16/2016 10:00 PMSenate ChambersStudent GovernmentGeneralMattie Durham
9/8/2016 1:00 PM
  
Garnet and Gold Scholar Society participants will demonstrate how they have developed their leadership, professional, citizenship and/or research skills while building collaborative relationships in the academic, local or global community. Come learn more about how you can become involved and earn the distinction of Garnet and Gold Scholar.
9/8/2016 2:00 PMDunlap Success Center Room 2208FSU Career CenterAcademicGarnet & Gold Scholar Society
9/8/2016 3:30 PM
  
Presenters: PIE Teaching Associates Description: Developing classroom materials and activities is vital to student learning and engagement, but can be challenging. In this session experienced TAs will share strategies and ideas for developing and assessing lesson plans and classroom activities. Bring your laptop so you can try out these new ideas during the workshop (we also will have some laptops available for participants to use)! As always, FREE PIE & Coffee will be included!! *Click here to register: https://fsu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0P03ZJGxA2TUcyp
9/8/2016 5:00 PMThe Great Hall, 4th floor of the Honors, Scholars, and Fellows HouseProgram for Instructional Excellence (PIE)/The Graduate SchoolAcademicDr. Lisa Liseno
9/8/2016 4:00 PM
  
This informative workshop offers tips on what and how to study for this standardized test for entrance to graduate schools. Some sample questions included. ACE Workshops are FREE to currently enrolled FSU students. To register, visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/acelearningstudio and click on the Workshops tab.
9/8/2016 5:30 PMWJB G060Academic Center for ExcellenceGeneralHolly Hunt
9/8/2016 7:00 PM
  
An engaging natural and cultural tour of RAIN, from how it helped shape civilization, religion, and art; to the peculiar history of the world's first raincoat, the Mackintosh; to the rain obsessions of our "Founding Forecaster," Thomas Jefferson - all building to the uncharted rains of climate change. Rain is the source of Earth's water, from the cataclysmic torrents that filled the oceans four billion years ago to miraculous natural cycle that replenishes aquifers, soils, and rivers day after day. Scientists say changing rainfall patterns are some of the earliest and most-certain tremors of our warming globe. Armed with the computer models looking forward, there is also much to learn from looking back. Too much and not enough, rain is an experience we share. Its history has much to tell us about coming together to adapt in stormy times.
9/8/2016 9:00 PMFSUCML AuditoriumLecturesDurene Gilbert
9/8/2016 7:30 PM
  
Black Student Union first GBM of the Fall semester.
9/8/2016 9:30 PMSSB203GeneralMecia Lockwood
9/9/2016 12:00 AM
  
If you are living on campus, today is the deadline to pay your rent charge to University Housing.
9/9/2016 11:59 PMUniversity HousingGeneralMaclain Benton
9/9/2016 9:00 AM
  
As the school year begins, so do Home School Days at the CLC! Every second Friday of the month, the CLC will be offering a 3-hour hands-on STEM program for students in home school.

Join us Friday, September 9 from 9:00am-12:00pm for this month's program, "Planet Party!" It's all about the planets with a focus on Mars, our nearest neighbor. Activities may include creating your own planet, making a planet lander, viewing the Perfect Little Planet planetarium show & more.

The program is limited to students in grades K-5 only. The cost is $20 per student per program. CLC Members receive a 10% discount. Fee includes all materials and popcorn snack.

For a complete list of dates and programming, http://challengertlh.com/teachers/homeschooldays.html

9/9/2016 12:00 PMChallenger Learning Center GeneralSamantha Reaves
9/9/2016 2:00 PM
  
Learn more about the Beyond Borders International Cultural Exchange Program.

Other Info Session Dates: Sep 16, Oct 7, and Oct 14

http://cge.fsu.edu/beyondborders/bbinfo.html

9/9/2016 3:00 PMThe Globe (110 S. Woodward Ave.), Room 2300Center for Global EngagementGeneralLena Papadopoulos
9/9/2016 2:30 PM
  
Course Code: SRA03

This session will encompass compliance requirements and OMNI inquiry/OBI reporting tools for managing Sponsored projects including looking up available balances by project/department and running monthly reports.

9/9/2016 4:30 PMDirac Instruction Lab, Room 208Sponsored Research AdministrationGeneralAndrea Durham
9/9/2016 2:30 PM
  
Course Code: SRA03

This session will encompass compliance requirements and OMNI inquiry/OBI reporting tools for managing Sponsored projects including looking up available balances by project/department and running monthly reports.

9/9/2016 4:30 PMDirac Instruction Lab, Room 208Sponsored Research AdministrationGeneralAndrea Durham
9/9/2016 3:30 PM
  
Did you know that a curriculum vitae is longer than a résumé, and its format varies by discipline? This interdisciplinary, interactive workshop will include sample CVs to evaluate, tips for those seeking academic positions, and resources to explore following the workshop.
9/9/2016 5:00 PM3009 HSF HouseThe Graduate SchoolAcademicDr. Judith Devine
9/10/2016 9:00 AM
  
Give your nonfiction book idea the best chance of landing a publisher with this workshop led by award-winning author Cynthia Barnett. You'll get an overview of the book industry, insights into what publishers seek, guidance for crafting your proposal, and tips for making it stand out in a competitive field. This class is for anyone who has a solid nonfiction book idea or is in the early stages of writing a narrative nonfiction book. It can center on any subject, including the environment, Florida, history, science, biography, memoir, travel or creative nonfiction-literary journalism, as long as the work is narrative. So a conventional self-help book, travel guide, or cookbook is not eligible, but a helpful self-discovery narrative in the vein of Caroline Knapp's Drinking: A Love Story; a travelogue in the spirit of Bill Bryson's Walk in the Woods; or the likes of the late Laurie Colwin's Home Cooking: A Writer in the Kitchen is most welcome. A 500-word essay, "About the Book," which will become a section in your proposal, is due to Cynthia by email two weeks before class - by midnight on Saturday August 27th. Earlier is even better; you'll incorporate the feedback into a second draft of your essay that you'll bring to the workshop and share with 15 new writer-peers. Participants should also bring a brown-bag lunch for a picnic break where we'll get to know each other better and talk writing, a laptop or notebook for taking notes, and a hard copy of the most recent draft of their "About the Book" essay. Register: https://marinelab.fsu.edu/outreach/workshops/naturewriting
9/10/2016 2:30 PMFSU Coastal & Marine LabFSUCMLWorkshopsDurene Gilbert
9/10/2016 10:00 AM
  
Every 2nd and 4th Saturday is SCIturday at the Challenger Learning Center! Join us on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month as we offer the second installment of the science series: SCIturdays. Cost to attend is $6 per person per program.

SCIturday begins on Saturday, September 10 with "Journey to Mars," recommended for ages 10 & under and optional accompanying adult. Do you have what it takes to become an astronaut? Learn about life on Mars, enlist in our astronaut training program, design your own mission patch, and fly our new nanonaut space mission!

For a complete list of dates and programming, http://challengertlh.com/Info/sciturdays.html.

9/10/2016 12:00 PMChallenger Learning Center GeneralSamantha Reaves
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