Upcoming Events

Thursday, October 5th

Time Event Title
11:15 amAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) Allee Chapel
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (AA), Thursdays 11:15 to Noon in Allee Chapel (except during breaks). Offering support. Living the 12 Steps. Open to students, faculty, staff, and townspeople. For more info. email scoleman. ~Sponsored by Chaplain & Spiritual Life
1:00 pm-7:00 pm Virtual Internship Fair
Register online (http://dhs-iavirtualfair.com/) for the virtual internship fair on Oct. 5 hosted by The Department of Homeland Security Office of Intelligence and Analysis. Internships are available in a variety of fields, including: • Computer Science/Computer Engineering • Counterintelligence • Counterterrorism • Cybersecurity/Information Assurance • Data Science – Data Analytics • Digital Forensics • Economics/Econometrics • Information Technology – Emerging Technologies, Commercial Cloud Services (C2S), Big Data Analytics, Human Language Translation • Intelligence Analysis – Border Security, Counterintelligence, Counterterrorism, Cyber Threat Analysis, Document and Media Exploitation, Intelligence Analysis • Intelligence Collection – Open Source, Collection Management, Document and Media Exploitation • Mission Support – Accounting, Acquisitions, Asset Management, Finance, Graphics/Design/ Multimedia, Human Resources, Policy, Program Management, Security, Training • Watch Officer There are limited spots available to be sure to register soon!
3:15 pm-4:00 pmDimensions workshop: Finding the right experiences (1) Thomas Commons
Learn what makes a pre-health experience meaningful, how to choose and reflect upon these experiences, and what admissions committees will be looking for in these experiences. This session and the one at 8 p.m. are identical - come to the one most convenient for you!
5:00 pmReading and Celebration of Rebecca Entel's New Novel Van Etten-Lacey House
Rebecca Entel, Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing at Cornell College, will read from her richly imagined debut novel, "Fingerprints of Previous Owners," an exploration of the crushing weight of buried history and the sting of social injustice in a Caribbean resort built on top of slave plantation ruins. Listed among the 2017 must-read novels, "Fingerprints of Previous Owners" has received stellar reviews in venues of the rank of The Chicago Review of Books, Kirkus Review, and The Los Angeles Review of Books. A book signing and reception will follow the reading. Hosted by the Center for the Literary Arts.
8:00 pm-8:45 pmDimensions workshop: Finding the right experiences (2) Thomas Commons
Learn what makes a pre-health experience meaningful, how to choose and reflect upon these experiences, and what admissions committees will be looking for in these experiences. This session and the one at 3:15 p.m. are identical - come to the one most convenient for you!

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