Tuesday, November 29, 2022
4 a.m.
Come join us at “Voices: Race and Ethnicity Support Group" at the Multicultural Center today at 4PM (Nov 29-Tuesday). VOICES is a support group for students of color to provide a safe space to discuss some of the challenges in being a student of color at a PWI. Each Meeting is centered around a topic where students come and discuss their experiences related to the subject as well as gain support from their peers. The group is facilitated by staff of color from the Counseling Center and the Multicultural Center. Helpful resource will also be provided. Please feel free to contact the Counseling Center (765-285-1736) or Multicultural Center (765-285-1344) for any questions about VOICES or if you'd like to join via zoom.Topic: Free Topic!
12 p.m.
Calendar: Career Center
Attend this highly interactive workshop to demystify networking. You will learn about resources to assist you with networking as well practice skills for engaging with your network.
1:30 p.m.
Presenter Frederick Suppe, associate professor emeritus of history will answer such questions as: Who invented the A.D. dating system? Why does the date for Easter change each year? What is the reason for Leap Years? Dr. Suppe will discuss the history of how our modern calendar system developed during the Middle Ages, thanks to monks in monasteries and the Venearble Bede.
6 p.m.
Join us in the North Hall Lobby for the STEM LLC Career Fair! There will be a chance to learn about employment opportunities in the STEM Fields, STEM career activities, raffle prizes, and free insomnia cookies!
6 p.m.
Student RecitalCameron Clevenger is a voice student of Jon Truitt. Program to be announced. This event is free and open to the public.
6:30 p.m.
Calendar: Honors College
Honors College Book Club Call-Out Meeting
7 p.m.
Interested in becoming an Academic Peer Mentor? Join current members from the Office of Housing and Residence Life for an informational session!
7 p.m.
UL He Built this City Calendar PicCuno Kibele was one of the most important architects in the history of Muncie. His firm, Kibele & Garrard, built many of the finest residential, commercial, academic, and civic buildings in the city, with Kibele himself practicing his craft from around 1895 to 1927.
7:30 p.m.
Student RecitalThis recital will feature the viola students of Zoran Jakovcic. Program to be announced. This event is free and open to the public.