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What’s Happening: May 1 – May 13

 

Information/Deadlines

Events

 

Opportunities

Athletics

    • Friday, April 22 all day, Women’s Track Invitational, Allison South
    • Sunday, April 24 at 10:00 AM, Women’s Tennis vs. Southern Illinois, Cooper Tennis Courts
    • Sunday, April 24 at 12:00 PM, Women’s Soccer vs. Central Missouri, Allison South
    • Sunday, April 24 at 3:00, Men’s Soccer vs. Missouri S&T, Allison South
    • Sunday, April 24 at 5:00, Men’s Soccer vs. Missouri S&T, Allison South
    • Wednesday, April 27 at 5:00, Softball vs. SIUE, Killian Sports Complex
    • Tuesday, May 3 at 6:35, Baseball vs. Arkansas, Hammons Field
    • Friday, May 6 at 6:35, Baseball vs. Southern Illinois, Hammons Field
    • Saturday, May 6 at 12:00, Softball vs. Indiana State, Killian Sports Complex
    • Saturday, May 6 at 2:00, Softball vs. Indiana State, Killian Sports Complex
    • Saturday, May 6 at 2:05, Baseball vs. Southern Illinois, Hammons Field
    • Sunday, May 8 at 12:00, Softball vs. Indiana State, Killian Sports Comlex
    • Sunday, May 8 at 1:05, Baseball vs. Southern Illinois, Hammons Field

 

Campus Recreation

  • BearFit Pass $20
  • New Zipline Hours
  • Lifeguard Certification and Recertification
  • CPR/AED and First Aid Certification
  • Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Class
  • Personal Training and Massage Therapy Available

Information and Deadlines

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Study Day (No Classes/Offices Open)

No classes/offices open.
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Spring 2016 Full Semester and Second Block Classes End

Spring 2016 Full & Block Semester classes end today.
Some classes will extend beyond this date. Such classes will be graded with an NG (No grade available) which will be changed upon conclusion of the course.

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Final Exam Period

Full semester and second block classes will have a two hour final exam.
For specific times, see the final exam schedule http://www.missouristate.edu/registrar/finalexam.html

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Fall and Summer 2016 Early Registration (Sequenced)

Beginning April 1

Fall and Summer 2016 Early Registration period begins March 30 and continues through April 25. Students can find their registration date/time at My Missouri State – Academics tab – Registration Status option.

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Administrative Services Notification Blog Now Active

To better communicate interruptions, campus closures, or occurrences that may create accessibility issues on campus, the Administrative Service Notifications blog has been created and is now active. This is a collaborative effort on behalf of Facilities Management, Planning, Design and Construction, and Safety and Transportation to consolidate information and make it available to the public. Through support from the Office of Web and New Media, the Administrative Service Notifications blog now has the option to subscribe directly via any email address and subscribers will receive email notifications automatically anytime new information is posted. We look forward to providing a valuable resource for the Disability Resource Center and the campus community.

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Flu Shots at Taylor Health and Wellness

Starting September 25

Flu Shots: Starting 9/25/15 at 1 pm
Reduce the risk of flu illness and ruining your holidays and finals.
Come to Taylor Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4:15 pm for your flu shot.
The cost for the seasonal flu vaccine is as follows:

* MSU employees (full and part-time) – No Cost (paid by MSU health insurance plan)
* Household members of employees – No Cost (paid by MSU health insurance plan)
* Retirees – on MSU insurance – No Cost (paid by MSU health insurance plan)
* Retirees on Medicare – No Cost (paid by Medicare) – Check in at the Business Office prior to receiving injection
* Students – No Cost (paid by Student Fees)
* Others – $29.50
* Please note, Taylor Health and Wellness Center does not vaccinate children under 6 years of age. Ages 6-9 years need to bring a copy of their immunization record to determine if the child needs one or two flu vaccines. If you have children less than 6 years of age, please contact their pediatrician for information about the vaccine.
* If you are on Coumadin (warfarin) we must have an INR lab result in the last 3 weeks equal to or less than 3.5.
* Bring your BearPass Card. Dress for easy access to your upper arm.
If you want more information about the vaccine please go towww.cdc.gov/flu/.
For more information about receiving your vaccine at Taylor, please call 836-4000.

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Events

 

 

art

“Nikifor Krynicki: 50 Water Colors” Exhibit

April 18, all day, Meyer Library Room 107

A collection of watercolor paintings by Nikifor Krynicki (1895-1968), a naïve painter from Krynica, Poland, will be on display in Missouri State University’s Duane G. Meyer Library from Tuesday, April 14th to May 13th, 2016. Nikifor’s paintings display a wide variety of religious architecture, self-portraiture and rural scenes.
The watercolors are on loan from the Alfons Karny Collection. Alfons Karny (1901-1989), a well-known Polish sculptor and collector of Nikifor’s work, was the great uncle of Missouri State University Art & Design professor, Jacek Fraczak, the owner and coordinator for this exhibition. Before arriving in Springfield, the exhibition was shown in Buffalo, NY and Chicago, IL.
“I decided to bring the set of fifty Nikifor’s artworks for a show in Springfield in order to share its unique value with our students and the community of art lovers of south-west Missouri. (Alfons Karny) created this collection because he could recognize a great artistic value in the art of someone neglected by the society. Nikifor is presently regarded as one of the greatest naïve artists of the 20th century,” said Fraczak.
The exhibit is free and open to the public.
Exhibit hours
Monday to Thursday
8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
Friday
8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday
Noon-6:00 p.m.

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Carrie’s Cafe

April 19, 11:30 – 1:00 PM, Pummill Hall Room 404

April 21, 11:30 – 1:00 PM, Pummill Hall Room 404

April 26, 11:30 – 1:00 PM, Pummill Hall Room 404

April 28, 11:30 – 1:00 PM, Pummill Hall Room 404

May 3, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM, Pummill Hall Room 404

Carrie’s Cafe
Join us for lunch! Help support our students and enjoy a great meal!
Gaining experience – with delicious results
Carrie’s Café is the popular, student-managed restaurant of the hospitality and restaurant administration department. Students enrolled in HRA 435 (Restaurant Management) design Carrie’s menu, prepare and serve the food and market the restaurant.
Carrie’s Café is open to the public during certain times throughout the semester. Please refer to this website for hours and days of operation.
We are now located on the fourth floor of Pummill Hall. Metered parking available in Lot 14, 22, 24 and 38(Bear Park South). If parking in metered parking at Bear Park South, the Bear Line Shuttle designated Red Route stops at Carrington which is right next to Pummill.
Open Tuesdays & Thursdays (Till May 3rd)
11:30 am to 1 pm
Reservations Preferred – Walk In’s Welcome
417-836-4409
http://www.missouristate.edu/hra/carries-cafe.htm

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 BFA in Design Senior Professional Practicum Final Projects

May 2, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Student Exhibition Center

The final project of the Design Practicum is based on the student’s ability to define and select a problem of visual communication that requires the work of a designer and/or illustrator. The process of design continues to be the emphasis of this problem, as well as visually organizing that process for presentation. Students are encouraged to work with community nonprofit organizations.

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advocates

Advocates for Disabilities (A4D) Meeting

May 2, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM, PSU 314 C

Join us to learn how you can be a part of upcoming events and advocacy goals.

 

facebook.com/advocate4disabilities

a4d@missouristate.edu

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public

Vicki Stanton Public Speaking Showcase

May 2, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM, PSU Theater

The Vicki Stanton Public Speaking Showcase is a one day speech tournament among all of the sections of COM 115 “The Basic Course” at Missouri State University.

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art

Art Sale

May 3, 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM, Brick City

Come down to Brick City and support student artists. The Ceramics, Sculpture, and Metals students will be selling t-shirts, pottery, sketchbooks, jewelry, and more! If it is nice outside we will set up tables outside. Otherwise we will be in Building 1 in front of the Art Office.

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Tools of the Trade Series – Part IV: Social Media

May 3, 1:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Meyer Library 

Let’s face it: perhaps the easiest way to reach out to your students is through social media. Since your students are already connected, why not use that connection in your classroom?  In part four of the Tools of the Trade Series, you’ll learn a variety of ways to utilize social media in your classroom for enhanced student connections and understanding. You’ll also learn best practices for using tools such as Facebook, Twitter, Diigo and Youtube

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retire

Retirement Reception for Dr. Lorene Stone

April 22, 4:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Plaster Student Union Room 400

Please join us to celebrate Dr. Lorene Stone’s retirement.

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music

Edgar Moreau, Cello

May 3, 7:30 – 9:30 PM, Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts

French cellist EDGAR MOREAU won First Prize in the 2014 Young Concert Artists International Auditions. In 2013, he was named New Talent of the Year at the Victoires de la Musique in France, and this year, he was named Solo Instrumentalist of the Year. He will perform in recital as part of Hammons Hall’s Don and Betty Wessel Emerging Concert Artists series.

Born in 1994 in Paris, Edgar Moreau began playing the cello at the age of four and the piano at six. He studied with Philippe Muller at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris, and currently works with Frans Helmerson at the Kronberg Academy. Mr. Moreau has performed as soloist with orchestras across Europe and Asia, and is in frequent demand as a chamber musician. His first CD, Play, a collection of short pieces, is available on Warner Classics label. He plays a David Tecchler cello, dated 1711.

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Study Away

Nuts & Bolts of Studying Away

May 4 , 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM , Plaster Student Union Room 309
Interested in studying abroad but you’re just not sure where to begin? Come to a Nuts and Bolts of Studying Away session to get preliminary information about studying abroad, various Study Away options, and the application process. These sessions are fun and informal, so just drop by and ask your questions. We hope to see you there!

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talk

Tough Talk Table Talk ” An Inclusive Campus Looks Like …?”

May 2, 12:30 – 1:30 PM, Plaster Student Union Room 315

An open Forum to discuss what An Inclusive campus looks like.

Facilitator: Lyle Q. Foster

Please RSVP to LyleFoster@missouristate.edu

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distance

Distance Education Option at Missouri State University

May 5, 12:30 – 1:30 PM, Plaster Student Union Room 312

This session will provide an overview of distance education course options at Missouri State including online and iCourses. Our students continue to request more flexible learning possibilities and this presentation will share strategies to help them understand their options as well as strategies for success.

Lacey Geiger and Gary Rader will present this session.

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spss

SPSS “Ask the Experts” Open Session

May 6, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Meyer Library 205 Technology Training Center
SPSS “Ask the Experts” Open Sessions are held every Friday morning from 10:00am – 12:00pm to provide faculty, staff, and students walk-in assistance from an SPSS Expert.

Registration is not required – Simply stop by any Friday that the University is open, and an expert will be available for one-on-one assistance.

Library 205 Technology Training Center 10:00am – 12:00pm

These sessions are brought to you by RStats Institute and Computer Services Help Desk.

 

Additional “Ask the Experts” Open Sessions are held every Friday that the University is open.

 

Click to view all Ask the Experts Open Session opportunities.

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studio

BFA in Studio Art Senior Exhibitions Reception

May 6, 6:00 – 10:00 PM, Brick City Room 101

The BFA Senior Exhibition reception is tonight at 6pm at Brick City Gallery, 215 West Mill Street, Springfield. This is a First Friday Art walk event.

Nineteen senior students completing degree requirements for the Bachelor of Fine Arts/Studio Art will be exhibiting their art at Brick City Gallery, April 7-May 10. Regular gallery hours are 11-6pm M-F, and Noon-5pm Saturday.

Included in this exhibition are:

Animation: Renee Alston, Dylan Sands, Eleanor Melton, Jessica Ball, and Jacob Derryberry

Ceramics: Rebekah Bliss and Seth Hair

Drawing: Rachael Ramsey, Jennifer Richardson, and James Derryberry

Metals: Emily Holly

Painting: Jessica Holt

Photography: Shae Henderson, Rachael Holcomb, and Calvin Todd

Sculpture: Samatha Hostler, Shauna Smith, Corey Weiland, and Ricky Briggenhorst
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graduation

Graduation Giveaway

May 9, 10:00  AM- 5:00 PM, Plaster Student Union Maroon Nation Store
The Alumni Association invites #BearGrads to visit the Graduation Giveaway table during commencement week to receive a free gift and to learn more about the Alumni Association, which connects more than 110,000 alumni around the world with Missouri State University.

Graduation Giveaway will be available:

  • May 9-12: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Maroon Nation store in the PSU
  • May 13: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. across from the information desk in the PSU

Once a Bear, always a Bear

Wherever the future takes you, we encourage you to stay connected with Missouri State University.

Make sure you receive the monthly alumni newsletter, free copies of Missouri State magazine, invitations to alumni events and more byupdating your contact information. You can also get the latest University news and connect with fellow graduates by following MarooNation onFacebookTwitter and LinkedIn.

Once again, we congratulate you on your graduation and wish you all the best.

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electronic

Electronic Arts Student Showcase

May 9, 7:00 – 9:00 PM, Plaster Student Union Theatre
Join us for the 17th annual Electronic Arts Student Showcase.

The EA Student Showcase will take place on Monday, May 9 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Plaster Student Union Theatre.

Electronic Arts is an award-winning interdisciplinary program drawing students and faculty from the Music, Art& Design and Media, Journalism & Film Departments at Missouri State University.

The EA Showcase will feature three senior thesis films this year, including Counting to 1000, Bad Beat and Liven, and lots of short creative work produced by electronic arts students.

 

 

Event is free and open to the public.

 

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jerry

Tribute to Jerry Hoover

May 10, 6:00 – 8:00 PM

The Missouri State University Foundation invites you to an evening celebrating Jerry Hoover’s upcoming retirement and 31 years of service.

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media

Media, Journalism & Film Student Showcase

May 10, 6:30 – 9:30 PM, PSU Theatre

Join us for the 19th annual Media, Journalism & Film Student Showcase.

The MJF Student Showcase will take place on Tuesday, May 10 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Plaster Student Union Theatre.

The festival will screen a wide variety of creative and news stories created by digital film, media production and broadcast journalism students.

Students in MJF and Electronic Arts won eight awards at the national Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts this year.

Come see the fantastic award-winning work that students in Media, Journalism and Film continue to produce at Missouri State University.

 

Event is free and open to the public.

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grads

#BearGrads photos with the PSU Bear

May 13, 8:30 – 4:30 PM, Plaster Student Union

Congratulations on your graduation, #BearGrads!

We’re excited to welcome you into the Alumni Association, which connects more than 110,000 alumni around the world with Missouri State University.

Celebrate commencement day with one of the most iconic Bears on campus.

Visit the Bear statue outside of Plaster Student Union to get your photo taken and to receive a free, commemorative print. Photos will be available on Friday, May 13:

  • 8:30 – 9:30 a.m.
  • 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
  • 3 – 4:30 p.m.

Once a Bear, always a Bear

Wherever the future takes you, we encourage you to stay connected with Missouri State University.

Make sure you receive the monthly alumni newsletter, free copies of Missouri State magazine, invitations to alumni events and more byupdating your contact information. You can also get the latest University news and connect with fellow graduates by following MarooNation onFacebookTwitter and LinkedIn.

Once again, we congratulate you on your graduation and wish you all the best.

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psu

Army ROTC Gold Bar Commissioning

May 13, 4:00 – 5:30 PM, Plaster Student Union Theater

Please join the Department of Military Science as our graduating cadets receive their commission as Second Lieutenants into the U.S. Army.  The public is invited.  A light reception follows.

General Frank J. Grass, Chief of the National Guard Bureau

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spicer

Spicer Forum Debate Reunion

May 13, 6:00 – 12:00 PM,

We invite you to join us in celebrating the recent and historical heritage of the debate program at the fifth reunion of the Spicer Debate Forum.

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summer

Summer Institute Coaching Day

May 14, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Siceluff Hall 124

Summer Institute participants will receive coaching and feedback on their teaching demonstrations.

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music

Band Concert

May 14, 7:00 – 8:00 PM, Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield

The University Community Band, under the direction of Mr. Ron Brammer, will present a free, outdoor concert on Saturday, May 14 (7pm) at the Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield.  Patrons are encouraged to bring lawn chairs.

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sac

SAC Events

Find out more about SAC films, concerts, and comedy by looking at our SAC Events Blog.

Rock ‘n Bowl

April 15 & 22, 9:00 PM – 11:59 PM, Level 1 Game Center
Join Student Activities Council for free food and bowling! Each Rock N Bowl will have a unique theme for students to enjoy.

SAC Presents: Earth Day Celebration

April 22, 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM, North Mall

Join Student Activities Council as we celebrate Earth Day! Students will have the chance to decorate terra cotta pots which they can fill will soil and plant a Missouri-native plant. Students will also be able to receive free items that promote living “green”.

SAC Films Presents: Mean Girls

April 27 & May 1, 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM, PSU Theater

On Wednesdays, we wear pink! Join us for some pizza on our Wednesday showing for some free pizza as we watch the cult classic Mean Girls.SAC shows free films every Wednesday and Sunday in the PSU theater at 9pm.

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Opportunities

For more opportunities, subscribe to the Community Opportunities Newsletter.

 

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spss

SPSS Open Session for Assistance

Every Friday from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm in Meyer Library 205 Technology Training Center students can get walk-in assistance from an SPSS Expert. No appointment necessary! Just come and go at your convenience. For anything SPSS, from basic to advanced, just drop in at your convenience and receive assistance with your SPSS questions and issues.

These sessions are brought to you by RStats Institute and Computer Services Help Desk.

 



Fairbanks

Fairbanks

Volunteer Description: Thursday nights at The Fairbanks: Join us for our busiest night of the week! We have classes and community meetings each Thursday. Dinner is served, childcare is free, and resources (diapers, groceries, hygiene items) are distributed as available. It’s a great time and we look forward to it each week!

How you can be involved:
1. Volunteer Opportunities – Individuals and groups (families, life groups, civic organizations) can volunteer for an evening or a reoccurring role (ie. childcare, serving dinner, distributing diapers).

2. Donate – Donate funds to pay for ingredients to serve for dinner OR donate a prepared dinner.

Date: Every Thursday
Time: 4:30-7:30 pm
Approximate Distance from MO State Campus: 3.5 miles

Location:1126 North Broadway Avenue, Springfield, Missouri, 65802

How to Sign Up: Fill out the sign up genius here

Contact: Kristina Wilmoth

Phone: 417-720-1890

We Accommodate Groups

 


 

pta

PTA Clothing Bank

Agency: Springfield Public Schools PTA Clothing Bank
Volunteer Description: Volunteers are asked to sort and hang donations; ready the shopping floor; work on seasonal projects; help customers shop; and assist during check out time.
Date: Most Thursdays during the academic school year, with the exception of December. Also the first Saturday of most months.
Time: Thursdays from 9 am to 5 pm

Training: None needed- instructions given on site

 

Approximate Distance from MO State Campus: 10 minutes
Location: 2343 W. Olive Street on the back or north side of Study Alternative Center. We have our own entrance with signage above the door and by our parking spaces.
How to Sign Up: Walk in
Contact: Jenifer Penny

Phone: 417-343-8719

Other Comments: So as not to confuse anyone, we assign the high schools to work at the Clothing Bank and this is included on our calendar. That does NOT mean that those listed schools are operating clothing banks and need volunteers. We are the ONLY clothing bank that serves the entire Springfield Public School System. Our only location is 2343 W. Olive Street.
We Accommodate Groups, Walk In Volunteers

 

 


salvation army

The Salvation Army

 

Volunteer Description: Frontline Feeding at our Harbor House Men’s Shelter. We feed approximately 100-150 homeless individuals each day. We need up to 10 volunteers a day to serve lunch.
Date: 365 Days a year
Time: 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Training: None needed
Approximate Distance from MO State Campus: 2.5 Miles
Location: Harbor House, 636 N Boonville St. Springfield MO 65802
How to Sign Up: Call number listed
Contact: Betty Shelton

Phone: 417-831-3371

Other Comments: If Betty is unavailable you can contact Vicky Knight at The Salvation Army. (417)862-5509 Ext 116
We Accommodate Groups

 


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Volunteer in Africa

Agency: Volunteer in Africa

 

Volunteer Description: Participating in our overseas volunteer programs in Ghana will offer you the opportunity in helping others and making the world a better place to live. It will make your CV shine as well as offering you the opportunity in acquiring a valuable work experience in an African country and putting into use your creative skills. You will also have a cultural exchange, cross-cultural exposure, cultural immersion, make new friends, learn the local language, cooking the local food, learn about the rich Ghanaian culture and experience her unique hospitality.
Date: April 2016-2020
Training: None needed
Approximate Distance from MO State Campus: 7000 Miles
Location: Ghana
How to Sign Up: Email

Contact: Eben Mensah

Phone: 233201983724

Other Comments: Volunteer in Africa organization is a high quality on-the-ground facilitator and operator of responsible volunteer projects in Ghana which all contribute towards sustainable goals. Providing you a responsible and affordable alternative to mass tourism in Ghana without compromising its quality has been the hallmark of our organization since its inception in the year 1998, offering travelers from all over the world the opportunity to volunteer in meaningful projects in Ghana.

 


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Short Term Volunteer Program in India

Agency/Event: Volunteering Solutions: Short term volunteer program in India

 

Volunteer Description: Short term or 2 weeks special volunteer program is especially suitable for volunteers who do not have time to commit for a month or more of volunteering abroad but would also like to make some contribution and also travel along with other volunteers on the weekends to one of the most spectacular places in northern India. Volunteering Solutions provide program placement in the capital city of Delhi. The city is a fusion of ancient and modern culture and is home to ancient monuments, magnificent museums and offers plenty of shopping opportunities for travelers.

Volunteering Solutions provide program placement with NGO’s who supports street children.

Date: varies
Location: Dehli- India
Contact: Matthew Wilson
Phone: 1- 888-790-3096
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athletics

Athletics

  • Saturday, April 16 at 10:00 AM, Field Hockey vs. Saint Louis, Allison North
  • Saturday, April 16 at 12:00, Field Hockey vs. Lindenwood, Allison North
  • Wednesday, April 20 at 3:00, Softball vs. Wichita State, Killian Sports Complex
  • Wednesday, April 20 at 5:00, Softball vs. Wichita State, Killian Sports Complex
  • Friday, April 22 all day, Women’s Track Invitational, Allison South
  • Sunday, April 24 at 10:00 AM, Women’s Tennis vs. Southern Illinois, Cooper Tennis Courts
  • Sunday, April 24 at 12:00 PM, Women’s Soccer vs. Central Missouri, Allison South
  • Sunday, April 24 at 3:00, Men’s Soccer vs. Missouri S&T, Allison South
  • Sunday, April 24 at 5:00, Men’s Soccer vs. Missouri S&T, Allison South
  • Wednesday, April 27 at 5:00, Softball vs. SIUE, Killian Sports Complex
  • Tuesday, May 3 at 6:35, Baseball vs. Arkansas, Hammons Field
  • Friday, May 6 at 6:35, Baseball vs. Southern Illinois, Hammons Field
  • Saturday, May 6 at 12:00, Softball vs. Indiana State, Killian Sports Complex
  • Saturday, May 6 at 2:00, Softball vs. Indiana State, Killian Sports Complex
  • Saturday, May 6 at 2:05, Baseball vs. Southern Illinois, Hammons Field
  • Sunday, May 8 at 12:00, Softball vs. Indiana State, Killian Sports Comlex
  • Sunday, May 8 at 1:05, Baseball vs. Southern Illinois, Hammons Field

 

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Campus Recreation

  • Spring Foster Recreation Hours
Foster Recreation Center Hours Fall Aquatics Hours Fall Climbing Hours
Mon-Thurs, 6AM-11PM Mon-Thurs, 7AM-9AM//11AM-10PM Mon-Thurs, 4-10PM
Fri, 6AM-9PM Fri, 7AM-9AM//11AM-8PM Friday, 4-8PM
Sat, 9AM-9PM Sat, 9AM-8PM Sat, 1-5PM
Sun, Noon-11PM Sun, Noon-10PM Sun, CLOSED

 

 

 

Coming Soon In The Rec:

  • BearFit Pass Only $20

  • New Zipline Hours Now open on Fridays from 6:00-8:00PM and Saturdays from 1:00-5:00PM
  • Lifeguard Certification and Recertification // Cost $175 for Members and $195 for Non-members // Recertification Cost$125 for Members and $150 for Non-members

    o Session 1

    § March 17th 8-10PM

    § March 18th 4-10PM

    § March 19th 9-9PM

    § March 20th 9-6PM

    o Session 2

    § April 7th 8-10PM

    § April 8th 4-10PM

    § April 9th 9-9PM

    § April 10th 9-6PM

    o Session 3

    § April 21st 8-10PM

    § April 22nd 4-10PM

    § April 23rd 9-9PM

    § April 24th 9-6PM

    o Recertification

    § April 1st 4-10PM

    § April 2nd 10-4PM

  • CPR/AED and First Aid // Cost $55 for CPR/AED and $45 for Frist Aid

    o Session 1 February 9th /Registration closes February 5th

    § CPR/AED 4-7PM

    § First Aid 7-9:30PM

    o Session 2 March 2nd /Registration closes February 26th

    § CPR/AED 4-7PM

    § First Aid 7-9:30PM

    o Session 3 April 4th /Registration closes April 7th

    § CPR/AED 9AM-12PM

    § First Aid 12-12:30PM

    o Session 4 May 3rd /Registration closes April 29th

    § CPR/AED 4-7PM

    § First Aid 7-9:30PM

  • S.H.A.R.P

    o FREE Sexual Harassment & Rape Prevention classes in Studio A. Open to ALL students, faculty, and staff! All Sessions are held from 6:30-9:00PM. Please register for the session the day before or sooner.

    § Session 1: February 22-23 // register by 21st of February

    § Session 2: March 28-29 // register by 27th of March

    § Session 3: April 25-26 // register by 24th of April

  • Don’t forget about Personal Training and Massage Therapy at the Rec!

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