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Events for April 4, 2013
’A Tool Kit for Business Success’
(11:20 AM - 12:35 PM)
You’re invited to a forum featuring Jim Nelson, AU Class of 1970 and Bill Rice, AU Class of 1978 with real-world insight about skills need in every workplace.
The program takes place Thursday, April 4 at 11:20 a.m. in Harder Hall Auditorium.
Campus Climate Auditor Training
(5:00 PM - 7:00 PM)
- Link: Training Session Sign-ups
Student Affairs would like students to investigate spaces on campus to determine feelings of safety, comfort, and being welcome.
A tool has been developed based on a series of focus groups that Student Affairs has performed over the course of the semester. Students wanting to participate would be asked to attend a 30-minute training session on how to use the tool.
Please use the attached link to let us know your interest and to sign up for a training session.
Questions or requests for more information can be directed to Craig Arno at firstname.lastname@example.org or 607-871-2175.
’From Mahjong to Chinese Philosophy of Life’
(6:30 PM - 9:00 PM)
Dr. Ning Yang’s lecture "From Mahjong to Chinese Philosophy of Life" will be held in Nevins Theater at 6:30 p.m. on April 4, Thursday. Play of Mahjong will be held in Confucius House at 10 Park St. after the lecture till 9 p.m.
Dr. Ning Yang is an associate professor of linguistics in the College of Foreign Languages at Beijing Language and Culture University (BLCU). She earned her doctoral degree at Radboud University of Nijmegen in the Netherlands and later worked as a post-doctoral fellow at Hong Kong City University.
She is currently a faculty member at the Confucius Institute at George Mason University. Her research interests include theoretical linguistics, language acquisition, and cultural studies.
It is a free event and everyone interested is welcome.
Exhibition of New-realism Paper-cuts
18 pieces of new-realism paper-cuts will be exhibited in the east wing of the first floor in the Herrick Library from Friday, March 29 to Thursday, April 4.
Mr. Min Li, the representative new-realism paper-cuts artist, mixes Western painting and traditional Yuxian techniques (one of the most distinctive traditional paper-cuts arts in China). It initiates a new field which has clear concave-convex, bright colors and 3-dimension perspective. Every product is uniquely designed, measured and practiced by hand.
This exhibition is sponsored by Confucius Institute at Alfred University and it is free to the public.
Zombie Apocalypse Marathon Pre-Registration
- Link: Pre-Register Here!
Do you have what it takes to survive the zombie apocalypse? This is your chance to put your skills to the test and find out! Envision running for your life through zombie infested trails and facing unforeseen obstacles. Only few can outlast the zombie infection and reach safety. The real question is: Are YOU a survivor?
Pre-registration ($10) will be open through April 19 on the My Alfred webpage. Registration will also be available at the event ($15) from 1-1:45 p.m. Funds raised will be donated to a charity of the Winner’s choice.
For more information contact: Jon (email@example.com) or Heather (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Win a $100 Amex Gift Card!
- Link: AVI Dining Survey
Please complete the online Customer Satisfaction Survey and earn a chance to win a $100 Amex Gift Card!
The AVI Fresh Spring Survey is a valuable tool which helps us continue to improve our services. The survey will only take a few minutes to complete; we appreciate your time and feedback.
Complete the survey by Monday, April 8 to be eligible for the gift card. The winner will receive the prize on Wednesday, April 10.