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Monday, February 25, 2019


INTERNATIONAL COFFEE HOUR

International Coffee Hour brings international and domestic students together to chat over coffee, tea and snacks. Each coffee hour features a presentation by an international student on their home country. Refreshments and conversation begin at 3:00pm; cultural presentations begin at about 3:30pm. ICH counts for the co-curricular portion of GAP certification.

3:00PM on Friday, March 1, 2019

Location: Watson Library, 3rd Floor

International Student Services

 

ARCHITECTURE AND DESING FAIR This event provides an opportunity for KU Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Design, and Urban Planning students to network with industry employers and learn about available career opportunities.

1:00PM-4:00PM on Tuesday, February 26, 2019; Location: Kansas Union, 5th Floor

International Student Services

 

ASL 101 Join Ability Advocates in learning from KU American Sign Language instructor Larry Finn about the evolution of sign language and the impacts oral communication has had on sign language throughout history. More info.

7:00PM on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 Location: Centennial Room, Kansas Union

Center for Community Outreach; Lawrence, Kansas

 

 

EMPOWERMENT YOGA 

January 24th to March 7th on Thursdays.

Locations: Burge Union, Forum A; To RSVP, email. If you required a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this event, please contact Merrill Evans 7 days prior to the class at 785-864-9255 or email.

KU Watkins Health Services/KU Sexual Assault Prevention & Education Center

 

“WHEN LOVE CROSSES BORDERS”

Both international and domestic students  considering such a marriage are invited to attend. More info

3:30PM on Thursday, February 28, 2019 

Location: Kansas Union Alderson

Auditorium

International Support Services

 

P4P – a HERO classic – teams of dogs and their handlers will be at Naismith Hall from 7-8 pm along with Peer Health Educators.  Pause 4 Pups activities are intended as distressing events where students can just relax for a while.

7:00PM on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 

Location: Naismith

Health Education Resource Office

 

COPING WITH STRESS AND ANXIETY Learn how to identify signs of stress and anxiety. Learn a variety of coping strategies. The workshop is open to any and all KU students.

2:00-3:00pm March 1, 2019; April 5, May 3, 2019; Location: Watkins Health Center; room 1800A

Watkins Health Center

 

KU STUDENT SENATE BLOOD DRIVE

KU Student Senate Blood Drive on Monday, March 4th at the 5th Floor Ballroom at the Kansas Union from 10am to 3pm. Pizza and cookies will be served.  All presenting donors receive a free KU T-SHIRT. Schedule an appointment here.

10:00AM on Monday, March 4, 2019.  Location: Kansas Union, 5th Floor

Student Senate and KU Department of Health Sport & Exercise Science

 

EDUCATION INTERVIEW DAY

This event is open to graduating students interested in obtaining a teaching or support position within K-12 education. Participants have the opportunity to complete screening interviews with up to 10 school districts for openings in all teaching fields as well as special education, school social work, school psychology, counseling, speech-language pathology, physical/occupational therapy, administration, and other areas. Typically, over 60 school districts from across Kansas, Missouri, and a number of other states attend this event.   

8:30AM-3:00PM on Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Location: Kansas Union, 5th Floor

University Career Center

 

MOCKTAILS & MINGLE | Educators and Helping Professionals Join us for appetizers, mocktails (of course), and great conversation. This is a casual networking event where you can talk to individuals working in the science and technology field to learn about the variety of career opportunities available to you.

10:00AM on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 

Location: Adams Alumni Center

University Career Center w/Alumni

Association

 

Celebrate EveryBODY activities are a focusing on body positivity by watching a film and hearing from experts on a panel after the film discussing how body image impacts our society.

6:30PM on Thursday, February 28, 2019 

Location: Kansas Union

Health Education Resource Office

 

 

ARCHITECTURE AND DESING FAIR This event provides an opportunity for KU Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Design, and Urban Planning students to network with industry employers and learn about available career opportunities.

1:00PM-4:00PM on Tuesday, February 26, 2019; Location: Kansas Union, 5th Floor

International Student Services

 

ASL 101 Join Ability Advocates in learning from KU American Sign Language instructor Larry Finn about the evolution of sign language and the impacts oral communication has had on sign language throughout history. More info.

7:00PM on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 Location: Centennial Room, Kansas Union

Center for Community Outreach; Lawrence, Kansas

 

 “WHEN LOVE CROSSES BORDERS”

Both international and domestic students considering such a marriage are invited to attend. More info

3:30PM on Thursday, February 28, 2019 

Location: Kansas Union Alderson

Auditorium

International Support Services

 

P4P – a HERO classic – teams of dogs and their handlers will be at Naismith Hall from 7-8 pm along with Peer Health Educators.  Pause 4 Pups activities are intended as distressing events where students can just relax for a while.

7:00PM on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 

Location: Naismith

Health Education Resource Office

 

 

ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS BY RICHARD BEAN. Support your fellow Jayhawks at the University Theatre's production of the Tony Award-winning play One Man, Two Guvnors.

In 1963 England, a skiffle player named Francis is kicked out of his band and becomes separately employed by two  men: a small-time  gangster and an upper-class twit. In action-packed, hilarious and downright ridiculous scenes, Francis goes out of his way to serve two "guvnors" and keep his dual employment a secret. KU student tickets are $10 when purchased in advance. Group ticket discount given for groups of 10 or more. More info.

7:30PM on Friday, March 1 and March 2,

2019; Location: Crafton-Preyer Theatre

University Theatre

 

Fresh Fruit Friday is when we partner with KU Dining and hand out a piece of fresh fruit to students.  We’ll be inside at Anschutz Library for this location J Less than 5% of KU students get their daily recommended value of fruits and vegetables.

12:00PM on Friday, March 1, 2019 

Location: Kansas Union

Health Education Resource Office

 

 

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