|9:30 am-10:00 am||Children's Story Time Cole Library|
Join us for story time fun!
|11:10 am||Big Stories From Tiny Minerals West Science|
"Big Stories From Tiny Minerals: Using Mineral Age to Answer Major Tectonic Questions in the Western Gneiss Region, Norway."
Presented by Emily Walsh, Associate Professor of Geology. The Western Gneiss Region of Norway is one of the largest and best-studied ultrahigh-pressure terranes in the world. Within the Western Gneiss Region are rocks that were subducted to mantle depths (>150 km beneath Earth’s surface) and that were subsequently returned to Earth’s surface. The tectonic mechanisms at work during this subduction and exhumation process have significant implications for understanding the fundamental characteristics of crust and mantle worldwide. In this talk, I will present recent mineral age data from across the Western Gneiss Region and our interpretations for exhumation processes based on those data.
|11:15 am-12:00 pm||2014 Benefits Open Enrollment Shaw|
An informational session regarding 2014 benefit changes and open enrollment. Spouses and significant others are invited to attend as well as all benefit-eligible employees.
|11:30 am||FDIC Financial Management Scholars Information Session Thomas Commons|
The FDIC Financial Management Scholars Program is a paid internship program. It provides highly-qualified college students majoring in economics, business administration, finance, accounting, and related fields with hands-on experience evaluating bank operations, business planning, risk management strategies, and consumer protection practices during a period in which banks are still recovering from the recent financial crisis.
Two current Cornell seniors were selected for the program during summer 2013 and will share their experiences as interns. Both have been hired for full-time positions at the FDIC following graduation.
Learn more about the program and how to successfully navigate the application process by attending the information session/ Please RSVP via JIVE by Tuesday, Nov. 12.
|11:30 am-12:30 pm||FDIC Internship Info Session Thomas Commons|
Interested in banking, insurance, or
Former Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation interns, Josh Randall and Katie Mueller, will share their internship experience.
Don't miss the opportunity to learn more about what FDIC has to offer.
|1:00 pm-3:00 pm||Early Out Movie Cole Library|
We will provide popcorn and a drink for each person. This free program is a public library event and is not affiliated with the Mount Vernon School District. Please call 895-4271 to reserve a seat.
|4:00 pm-5:00 pm||Professional Networking Panel Thomas Commons|
The CEC is excited to bring four guests to campus to share their dos, don'ts and other tips for building a solid professional network. Each of these individuals have all used professional networking to successfully further their careers or organizations, and do so on a daily basis.
Thomas Banta, director, corporation relations, University of Iowa
Lia Pontarelli, development director, Salvation Army of Cedar Rapids
Michael Baca '13, MHA candidate, University of Iowa
Kate VonTersch, internship coordinator, Transamerica
|4:00 pm||Professional Networking Workshop Thomas Commons|
The CEC is excited to bring four guests to campus to share their dos, don'ts and tips for building a solid professional network. Each of these individuals have used professional networking to successfully further their careers or organizations, and continue to do so on a daily basis.
Thomas Banta, Director, Corporation Relations, University of Iowa
Lia Pontarelli, Development Director, Salvation Army of Cedar Rapids
Michael Baca '13, MHA Candidate, University of Iowa
Kate VonTersch, Internship Coordinator, Transamerica
|6:00 pm||First Year Second Semester Accommodation Thomas Commons|
Second Semester Accommodation for first year students will be held on the Orange Carpet on Thursday, Nov. 14 beginning at 6 p.m. Students who need to attend will be receiving tickets in their mailbox on Monday, Nov. 11. Only ticketed student may attend accommodation.
|7:30 pm-9:00 pm||Prayer Vigil for Persecuted Christians in the Middle East Allee Chapel|
Christians United for Israel will be taking part in Raise Your Voice, a national campaign to bring awareness to the persecution of Christians in the Middle East. Please join us this Thursday for a prayer vigil that will include prayer time, a time when names of currently persecuted Christians are read aloud, and applicable music.
|8:00 pm||The Cornell College Department of Theatre Presents a Staged Reading of Virtue Armstrong Hall|
The Cornell College Department of Theatre would like to announce the upcoming staged reading of Tim Slover's Virtue.
Passionate and iconoclastic mystic Hildegard von Bingen is almost as well known today as she was in her own 12th Century. Today we know her principally because of her extraordinarily beautiful music. Then, she was famous throughout Europe for her visions and as the only woman to have her writings read aloud in synod by the Pope, himself. In Virtue, Hildegard is preparing to complete her book of revelations and present it to the Holy See when a penitent named Richardis arrives at her monastery and profoundly disrupts her world. Virtue tells the story of what happened.
The staged reading will take place Thursday, November 14th at 8:00 pm on the Cornell College campus in the Plumb-Fleming Studio Theatre. Admission is free and open to the public. Audiences are invited to remain in the theatre for a talk-back with the cast, playwright and director following the reading. This event is intended for mature audiences. Those with questions are encouraged to contact Janeve West email@example.com.