Planned Parenthood needs you! Join us for Planned Parenthood's Day of Action in Albany on Tuesday, March 13 to advocate for reproductive rights and to protect Planned Parenthood. The day will include a rally at the Capitol in Albany with phenomenal speakers, followed by meetings with our state representatives. We will provide free transportation from Horseheads and Ithaca to Albany, as well as lunch and lobby training beforehand. You do not want to miss this opportunity to #StandWithPP.
Register Here: http://bit.ly/2018PP_REG
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attachment: Day of Action Details and Contact InformationPosted By: sbm2
In honor of World Social Justice Day, Feb 20th, we are looking for people to bring forth pieces of social justice, as the Fiat will be releasing a special edition. Writing pieces and pictures can include personal experiences, a definition you want to explain, or a movement that caught your eye as long as it ties back to social justice. If you would like to remain anonymous you can. We would like to also encourage faculty to write their own pieces if they are interested. Your work could be papers you have written in the past or it could be a small blurb of feelings you have toward a particular movement. There really is no limit.
For clubs, you can also advertise an event or your club in general as long as it pertains to Social Justice in some way!
If you are interested or would like to submit a paper please email email@example.com.
Deadline is Feb 19th.
While you do not need this form to file your 2017 Federal and State Income Taxes you must have it in your records. The form 1095-C is proof that you were offered Health Insurance through your employer if you are a full time employee. You may retrieve your form through BANNER Self Service by going to my.alfred.edu and selecting BannerWeb, enter Secure Area, Employee and tax forms where you will see the option to print your 1095-C for 2017. We will be mailing unretrieved forms to the Address we have on file by February 28, 2017 but you have the opportunity to save a stamp by retrieving yourself.Posted By: guinan
All are invited to attend the Black Culture Showcase on Saturday, February 24 at 7:00 pm in Holmes Auditorium. Cost is $2.00
Attachment: Umoja Black Culture ShowcasePosted By: clency
Join the AU Fresh management team to discuss the dining program!
Refreshments will be served.
Wednesday, February 21st, 6:00 PM
The Community Table
Second Floor of Powell Campus Center
Internationalitea: Breuddwydion a Diwylliant - Wed 2/21 @ 7:00 - BookEnd Lounge, Herrick
The Office of International Programs is hosting:
Topic: Breuddwydion a Diwylliant (Dreams & Culture)
All students (U.S. and international) are invited and welcome - and the tea or coffee is on us!
Come to the BookEnd Lounge in Herrick Library on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm for a cup of tea (or coffee) and casual conversation. Each week, we'll talk about a different topic related to culture, language, trends, and issues in the United States and on campus.
Attachment: Internationalitea Flyer - 21 Feb 2018Posted By: marion
Special Topics: Audition for Television, Theatre, and LIFE -
CRN: 27076 - THEA 200 - 01
Have you ever worried about an audition, an interview, a first meeting? This class will give you the tools you'll need to make your best first impression, and help you walk into a room with confidence. Useful for both theatre students and others, the class will incorporate acting exercises as well as discussion on how you present yourself to the world, and will teach you tools to overcome nerves. You will learn how to perform a monologue, how to read from a script, and how to create your resume. New York City based Off-Broadway director (and AU grad)Eliza Beckwith shares her knowledge and experience teaching this vital class for any aspiring performer.
Enroll now ! Questions? Contact Eliza Beckwith --- Beckwith@alfred.edu
Building on Alfred University's heritage as the first truly co-educational institution in the nation, the Women's Leadership Academy (WLA) provides opportunities for Alfred University students to explore, develop, and fulfill their potential as leaders personally, professionally, and within their communities. The WLA is an elite group of AU students who combine academic coursework with experience-based leadership.
Are you interested in...
-Developing leadership skills in project management, public speaking, and conflict resolution?
-Creating lasting relationships with Academy alumnae and
your fellow cohort members?
-Participating in WLA-exclusive events, field trips, and
-Receiving priority access to funding for internships,
conferences, and research projects?
-Improving your resume?
-Examining the ways in which gender impacts leadership?
If the answer is YES!, apply today using the attached form or via the JLC's AU Connect page. This year's application form is available under "Documents." Applications will be accepted until April 9th. However, it is STRONGLY recommended that you apply as early as possible.
We seek students of all gender identities who are intellectually curious and ready to participate in an academic and experience-based study of leadership. A particular GPA is not a prerequisite for admission, but please note that academic and judicial records will be reviewed. Note: the Fall 2018 course, WGST 201: Gender and Leadership, is required for WLA members. It is two credits and will be scheduled for Mondays, 7:20-9:10. The Spring 2019 required course, WGST 475: WLA Practicum, will be offered based on the cohort's availability.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the WLA, please contact Abby Griffith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attachment: 2018 WLA Application FormPosted By: griffitha
Do you have an interview and don't know what to expect?
Do you lack confidence when interviewing?
Do you get interviews but then not the job?
Schedule a mock interview during mock interview week March 12-16. 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. 6 real employers will be on campus each day to conduct interviews. These interviews will be conducted like a real interview except there is no pressure of getting the job, and you will receive feedback from the employer that will help you prepare for the next real interview you have!
Below is the schedule of onsite employers, email email@example.com to sign up for a day or look for student representatives in the next two weeks in Olin, McMahon, The Science Center , Powell, Moca Joca to sign up in person.
Monday, March 12: NYS Parks and Recreation
Tuesday, March 13: Farm Credit East
Wednesday, March 14: Silcone Carbide, Steuben Trust
Thursday, March 15: UPS
Friday, March 15: Watkins Glen International
Join Dr. Beth Johnson for a talk on Sleep Deficit Spending. She will discuss the importance of sleep on the mind and body, as well as tips and strategies for getting better sleep!
WHEN: Thursday, February 22
WHERE: Judson Leadership Center
TIME: 6:00 pm
Attending this program will earn you 5 points towards winning a Fitbit as part of the Winter Meltdown.