February 06, 2020
All event times are Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise specified.
Chapel Talk: Chapel Chapel, 11:10AM - 12:00PM
Chapel Talk The next installment of The Wabash Chapel Talk Tradition. This campus speaker will be offering a perspective on a topic of his/her choosing in hopes to enrich the Wabash Family. Sponsored by the Sphinx Club.
Chemistry Department Seminar: Hays Science Hall 104 Class of 1951 Lecture Hall, 11:50AM - 1:00PM
Chemistry Department Seminar
IU School of Public & Environmental Affairs (SPEA) Info Session: Hays Science Hall 319 Classroom, 12:00PM - 1:00PM
'Dedicate your career to improving healthcare management practices! The IU SPEA- Master of Science in Healthcare Management (MSHM) is an accelerated one-year, 36 credit-hour degree program that will prepare you for a career dedicated to transforming healthcare management with applicable solutions for the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. This degree is offered in collaboration with the highly ranked Kelley School of Business. You will gain expertise and hands-on training, ready to address the national demand for healthcare managers which is projected to increase by six percent between 2015 and 2023. The Program Director will be on campus to recruit for this program. The MSHM will reserve seats specifically for well-qualified Wabash students. Complete your MSHM in one academic year, and fast-forward your career in healthcare management. You’ll start the summer with a six credit-hour jumpstart course in the Kelley School of Business, which will help you to set a solid foundation for your graduate coursework. Your remaining two semesters will consist of 12-15 credits, including a five day, three-credit intensive course in the spring set in Washington, D.C., leading up to graduation in May. Gain core competencies The core curriculum of your MSHM program emphasizes management and real-world experiences that promote applications of healthcare management. Your intensive six-credit, basic skills courses will be completed before the fall semester.'
Info Session: Cultural Ambassadors & other ETA: Lilly Library Media Center Classroom, 12:00PM - 12:50PM
Info Session: Cultural Ambassadors & other ETA. Especially good for Seniors, this session is for those who would like to know more about Spain's Cultural Ambassadors program and other English Teaching Assistantships abroad.
Art Gallery Opening: Kelvin Burzon: Fine Arts Center 00 Eric Dean Gallery, 4:30PM - 6:30PM
Noli Me Tangere: Lamentations
This exhibition will be showing Thursday February 6 - Friday April 10
Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, 9-5
This exhibition contains mature content.
Parent/adult discretion is advised.
Noli Me Tangere, “touch me not” or “don’t thread on me,” (Latin) is a series of photographs that examines the intersection of homosexuality and religion. Named after a seminal novel by Philippine hero and martyr: Jose Rizal, the photographs extend a conversation concerning repressions brought by religion, culture, and politics. Rooted in the artist’s Filipino Roman Catholic upbringing, the genesis of the series can be charged to the signing of Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act in 2015. This political juncture underlines the interchange between church, state, and mar
Bachelor Callout: Baxter Hall 114 Classroom, 6:30PM - 7:30PM
Electronic Music Soundscapes Concert: Fine Arts Center M114 Salter Hall, 7:30PM - 9:30PM
Experience the poetic Electronic Music Soundscapes Concert! This is a family friendly event.
Boxing Club Meeting: Baxter Hall 114 Classroom, 8:00PM - 8:30PM
Boxing Club Meeting