|10/21/2014 10:00 AM|
This workshop is designed for Juniors and Seniors who are interested in applying for admission to law school. Workshop attendees will be introduced to the application process for law school admissions. This is an interactive workshop; bring your laptop and follow along. Seats are limited. Registration required. Students may register at: http://www.slyreply.com/app/sheets/pyhy4iv8jvwd/
|10/21/2014 11:30 AM||Dunlap Success Center - Room 2201||FSU Prelaw Advisors||General||Sarah Mahler|
|10/21/2014 10:00 AM|
Stay healthy during the flu season with a flu shot! Join University Health Services at the FSU Employee Benefits Fair in Oglesby Union Ballrooms. Flu shots are $20 for FSU faculty & staff.
|10/21/2014 1:00 PM||FSU Benefits Fair, Oglesby Union Ballrooms||University Health Services ||General||Barbara Childers, Dir. of Nursing, UHS|
|10/21/2014 4:00 PM|
This workshop is part of the ACE Program Series designed for undergraduate students who want to improve their study skills and success habits. Learn how to properly make notes! 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.
|10/21/2014 5:30 PM||WJB G060||Academic Center for Excellence||General||Holly Hunt|
|10/21/2014 5:30 PM|
Come to learn more about financing your legal education! Open to all students. No registration required!
|10/21/2014 6:30 PM||101 Roberts Hall - College of Law||FSU Prelaw Advisors||General||Sarah Mahler|
|10/21/2014 6:30 PM|http://openingnights.fsu.edu/engage/campus-community/creative/
Opening Nights’ new series, Creative Conversations, pulls back the stage curtain and explores topics in the arts. Come face to face with musicians, actors, technicians, dancers, choreographers, authors, and educators. From moderated Q&A sessions to panel discussions, we will dive into topics relevant in the 2014-2015 Season.
All events are free and open to the public (no tickets necessary) – so join us in exploring Creative Conversations.
|10/21/2014 8:30 PM||FSU Alumni Center Ballroom||Opening Nights Performing Arts||Lectures||Ashley Kerns|
|10/21/2014 7:00 PM|
The Career Center and Advising First Center for Exploratory Students host this workshop to help students explore majors, options, and careers. The Pizza and A Major workshop series will provide students tools and resources to help them make major and career-related decisions with confidence.
|10/21/2014 8:30 PM||Dunlap Success Center||Career Center and Advising First||General||Emily Kennelly (email@example.com)|
|10/21/2014 7:00 PM|
Sign up and come show us your skills by taking the stage and getting a chance to win a spot in our Annual Spring Drag Show! Open to all students.
|10/21/2014 9:00 PM||Club Down Under||Pride Student Union||General||Josh Kinchen |
|10/22/2014 11:00 AM|
Stay healthy during the flu season with a FREE flu shot! Join University Health Services and the College of Nursing at the first floor entrance (facing the Leach) of the Health & Wellness Center. Flu shots are FREE to FSU students with valid I.D. for more flu shot clinic dates, visit: uhs.fsu.edu
|10/22/2014 1:00 PM||Health & Wellness Center 1st Floor Entrance||Univerity Health Services||General||Barbara Childers, Dir. of Nursing, UHS|
|10/22/2014 2:30 PM|
SRA Certificate Series
This session will provide a hands-on approach to prepare proposal budgets, budgetary amendments (adding and deducting funding from projects), and re-budgeting among categories and projects.
|10/22/2014 4:30 PM||UCA, Room 1203||General||Andrea Durham|
|10/22/2014 3:00 PM|
Setting experience related to your career goals can be a great way to apply what you are learning in the classroom. It also allows you to see if you want to pursue a particular occupation and work in a particular industry or setting. In addition, you gain an edge when your job search begins, because you will have skills and relevant experience that employers are seeking.
|10/22/2014 4:00 PM||Dunlap Success Center Rooms 2201 & 2202||Career Center||General||Tracey Dowling (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|10/22/2014 4:00 PM|
This workshop will cover the basics of Honors in the Major as well as how to get started with the process.
|10/22/2014 5:00 PM||Honors, Scholars, and Fellows House rm 2007||General||Shelby Huffman|
|10/22/2014 4:30 PM|
The Center for Hispanic Marketing Communication at Florida State University has invited Alba Castillo Adamo to be a keynote speaker for the ongoing commemoration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Adamo is the group director of Hispanic marketing at the Coca-Cola Company North America Group. Her talk will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 at 4:30 p.m. in University Center D 1101.
Adamo was born in Bucaramanga, Colombia. She received her bachelor’s degree from Florida International University and her MBA from the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. She also has a certification in Financial and Management Issues from the Université de Paris – La Sorbonne.
Before joining Coca-Cola, Adamo spent ten years in the hospitality industry with Hilton and Hyatt Hotels. In her current role, she is responsible for Hispanic American focused marketing for Coca-Cola’s Sparkling and Still brands.
|10/22/2014 5:30 PM||University Center D, Room 1101||General||Sindy Chappa|
|10/22/2014 5:30 PM|
Nobel laureate and Florida State University Professor Sir Harold Kroto is hosting his annual “Opening Minds” lecture series this October and November to help spur creativity and scientific experimentation within the university and surrounding community.
The seven-lecture series kicked off Oct. 1 with “Créativité Sans Frontières." In this opening lecture, Kroto explored the creativity involved in some of the science that we interact with every day, and encourage attendees to examine their own creative insights.
For example, take the development of the iPhone.
“What kind of genius was involved in creating that kind of innovation,” Kroto said. “I feel this is important to open people’s eyes to this.”
Kroto won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1996 for his discovery of buckyballs, which are carbon molecules that are lightweight, but exceptionally strong. He came to Florida State University in 2004 after teaching for 37 years at the University of Sussex.
In addition to his research activities, Kroto gives public lectures worldwide on science and creativity. He also visits elementary and secondary schools to encourage children to pursue careers in the sciences.
All of the lectures are free and open to the public. They will take place on Wednesdays in the Askew Student Life Cinema.
The remaining lectures are as follows:
* "Science, Society and Responsibility," 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22: Science has been a part of our everyday lives in the modern world. But for scientists, it has also caused some ethical conflicts. Kroto examines the ethical issues related to our dependence on technology.
* “The Birth of Natural Philosophy and Its Prodigal Son: Science,” 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29: This lecture looks at the debate and events shaping the pioneers responsible for the birth of science.
* “Across the Universe: Tales of Mystery and Imagination from the Fascinating World of Modern Physics,” 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 5: Guest speaker Mark Riley, a Robert O. Lawton Professor, describes recent physics advances from the discovery of the Higgs particle, commonly known as the God particle, plus the grand mysteries of dark matter and dark energy. Riley’s presentation will provide insight into the excitement modern physicists feel about the universe’s major puzzles.
* “The Educational Revolution and the GooYouWiki World,” 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12: The Internet is the second great revolution in education; the first was the invention of the printing press. Not only is information today almost instantaneously locatable and accessible, but anyone with expertise and a passion to communicate can contribute to the amazing, globally accessible cache of knowledge.
|10/22/2014 6:30 PM||Askew Student Life Center Theater, 942 Learning Way, FSU campus||FSU Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry||Lectures||Professor Harold Kroto, FSU Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry|
|10/22/2014 7:00 PM|
Join Pride in learning the basics of the queer community, from identities to terms and resources!
|10/22/2014 9:00 PM||SSB214||Pride Student Union||General||Josh Kinchen |
|10/23/2014 12:00 AM|
Enter your Career Portfolio by October 23 for a chance to win a $500 scholarship! Log in at portfolio.fsu.edu for contest rules and details.
|10/23/2014 11:59 PM||General||Leslie Mille (email@example.com)|
|10/23/2014 5:00 PM|
College of COmmunication & Information (CCI) highlights its Doctoral Student Research. The event provides an opportunity to receive feedback from their mentors and colleagues as well as to learn from each other's research endeavors.
|10/23/2014 8:00 PM||Miller Hall||College of Communication & Information||Academic||Ebe Randeree|
|10/23/2014 5:30 PM|
The 2014 Sneak Peek Event will take place at the Turnbull Center on October 23, 2014 from 5:30-9:00 p.m.
|10/23/2014 9:00 PM||Turnbull Center||Office of Research||General||Kelly Starke|
|10/23/2014 6:00 PM|
Refuge House is holding their annual candle light vigil and survivor speak out during domestic violence awareness month. This event remembers those who lost their lives due to domestic violence, and allows women to share their personal stories to empower and educate others.
|10/23/2014 8:00 PM||Tom Brown Park||Community Service Event||General||Danielle Morgan Acosta |
|10/23/2014 7:00 PM|
Health Promotion, in partnership with Pride Student Union, brings you a fun and interactive game of bingo surrounding sexual health, hosted by local drag queen, Vashai Avionce.
|10/23/2014 9:00 PM||HWC 3100||Health Promotion||General||Anna Benbrook|
|10/23/2014 7:00 PM|
Pride plays bingo with a theme of sexual health! Come out to play, win some prizes, and have some fun!
|10/23/2014 9:00 PM||Health & Wellness Center Room 3100||Pride Student Union||General||Josh Kinchen |
|10/24/2014 12:00 AM|
All parents and family members of FSU studnets are invited to attend a fun filled weekend with the Seminoles!
|10/26/2014 11:59 PM||General||Parent's Weekend Committee|
|10/24/2014 9:00 AM|
IDEC South Regional is pleased to host a student furniture design charette during the first day of the South Region Conference at Florida State University. This 6-hour charette will focus on designing lighting, furniture and home furnishings for Groovystuff, Inc. Students will work with founder and president, Chris Bruning, to design and develop lighting and/or furniture that models the Groovystuff furnishings line. He will bring schools from the surrounding Tallahassee area to participate in a one-day design camp during the conference.
In one day, Groovystuff will give students a box of reclaimed materials and will ask them to create a piece of furniture or accessory out of it. The winner gets their product produced and launched on the home furnishings market in 2015.
On October 17, Marlo Ransdell, Assistant Professor of Interior Design at FSU, will travel to High Point Furniture Market to represent the graduate student furniture design work. As an introduction to the home furnishings industry to the surrounding universities and attendees of the IDEC conference in Tallahassee, Professor Ransdell has also been asked to keynote the conference on October 20. Professor Ransdell has brought together other interdisciplinary departments from FSU and surrounding universities to participate in the event and include them in the residential home furnishings market.
Chris Bruning, the founder and president of Groovystuff, will travel to Tallahassee on October 24 to give the keynote address for the Interior Design Educators Council South Region Conference sponsored by the Department of Interior Design at FSU. As part of the conference, he will lead students from the Department of Interior Design and Department of Art at Florida State University and Architecture at Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University in a group furniture design challenge from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. October 24.
For more information, visit: http://cvatd.fsu.edu/2014/09/interior-design-1-day-design-challenge-with-groovystuff/
|10/24/2014 3:00 PM||William Johnston Building||Department of Interior Design||General||Marlo Ransdell|
|10/24/2014 11:00 AM|
Stay healthy during the flu season with a FREE flu shot! Join University Health Services and the College of Nursing at the Plaza level of the Health & Wellness Center. Flu shots are FREE to FSU students with valid I.D. This is the last scheduled flu shot clinic of the season. To make an appointment for a flu shot, please call UHS at 850.644.4567
|10/24/2014 1:00 PM||Health & Wellness Center Plaza||Univerity Health Services||General||Barbara Childers, Dir. of Nursing, UHS|
|10/24/2014 11:30 AM|
7$ Cash or Check Only closes at 2pm or when food runs out.
Chicken and Vegetable Coconut Green Curry
Ah-Jad Cucumber Shallot and chili pepper salad
Chicken or Tofu Satay with peanut sauce
Layered coconut milk and pandan jelly dessert
|10/24/2014 2:00 PM||Globe Dining Room||Center for Global Engagement||General||Lena Papadopoulos|
|10/24/2014 3:30 PM|
The Philosophy Department is pleased to announce our first speaker for the Fall 2014 Colloquium Series - Derk Pereboom, Professor of Philosophy at Cornell University.
All faculty, students, staff, and members of the Public are welcome to attend. Copies of the colloquium papers are sometimes available in advance in the Philosophy Department Main Office (151 Dodd Hall). Please call 850-644-1483 to check, or if there are other questions. If special accomodations are needed, please call the department at least three days prior to the event.
|10/24/2014 5:30 PM||Dodd Hall Auditorium (DHA 103)||Philosophy||General||Academic Support Assistant|
|10/24/2014 5:00 PM|
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages....come witness a stunning performance for FSU Flying High Circus. Shows will begin at 5:00pm, 7:00pm and 9:00pm.
|10/25/2014 9:00 PM||The Big Top||FSU Circus||Performances||Chad Matthews|
|10/24/2014 5:00 PM|
The Women Student Union presents a women’s group exercise event for anyone and everyone to partake in, free of charge. The session will explore ways to strengthen your body, inside and out, and engage in the positive mindset that a courageous woman owns. Women at the Florida State University will be able to detox, cool down, and let loose during this refreshing session.
|10/24/2014 7:00 PM||Landis Green||Women Student Union||General||Danielle Morgan Acosta |
|10/26/2014 7:00 PM|
This story is about intersecting identities, advocacy and overcoming challenges and barriers. Join Pride Student Union for a night of learning and conversation as we watch this documentary and talk with Bamby about the issues surrounding the trans community.
|10/26/2014 9:00 PM||SLC Theater||Pride Student Union||General||Josh Kinchen |
|10/27/2014 10:00 AM|
With Words is a museum-style exhibit through The Center for Leadership and Social Change that aims to educate members of The Florida State University and Tallahassee community while connecting them to resources that deal directly with domestic and global social justice issues. Using quality research and multisensory experiences, we seek to inspire compassion for these issues so participants can engage in meaningful conversations to create change.
This year, the issues include:
Racial Profiling, and
|10/30/2014 8:00 PM||Globe Auditorium||Center for Leadership & Social Change||General||Ariana Vargas; firstname.lastname@example.org |
|10/27/2014 10:00 AM|
With Words is an annual museum-style exhibit co-sponsored by the Women Student Union with the Center for Leadership and Social Change that aims to educate members of The Florida State University and Tallahassee community while connecting them to resources that deal directly with domestic and global social justice issues. Using quality research and multi-sensory experiences, we seek to inspire compassion for these issues so participants can engage in meaningful conversations to create change. The exhibit includes 4 social justice issues (Immigration, Racial Profiling, HIV/AIDS and Sexual Violence).
|10/30/2014 8:00 PM||The Globe Auditorium||co-sponsored by the Women Student Union with the Center for Leadership and Social Change||General||Danielle Morgan Acosta |