NAVIGATING SUCCESS FOR STUDENT ADULTS CONFERENCE OCTOBER 16
For all higher education professionals who work with adult students! Eastern is holding a conference on October 16 at the St. Davids campus. It's all about how to help adult students succeed in higher education. Please check out the schedule, presentation abstracts and registration information here. Please pass along the information to your colleagues. We have a great line up of presentations! We hope to see you there!
PERSONAL RESEARCH HELP AT THE WARNER LIBRARY
Personal One on One Research help available. Having trouble finding resources for your projects and papers? Schedule an Individual Research Consultation. HOW? Go to Warner Library Homepage and schedule one. Schedule here.
ATTEND THREE MINI-WORKSHOPS AT WARNER LIBRARY FOR A CHANCE TO WIN KINDLE FIRE
WED., SEPT. 17
This semester Warner Library at St. Davids, in collaboration with Blackboard and the Office for Talent and Career Development, will host a series of min-workshops. Come learn how to use various Google products; consider Eastern’s new Online Job Board for students; and explore research tools including citations sources, researching on databases and the new Digital Badge initiative. Most workshops will be under 30 minutes. By completing one, you can add this achievement to your resume. Come to Room 119 on the lower level of the library. Wednesday, Sept. 17 at 2 PM stop in for a snack and learn about Creating Your Blackboard Profile.
COFFEE WITH EDGAR THEATRE SEPTEMBER 18-19
This year's playwright in residence, Edgar Mendoza, opens the season with coffeehouse style performance of two one-act plays and a talkback about the playwriting process. Directed by Jenny Tibbels '99. Thursday, Sept. 18 and Friday, Sept. 19 at 8 PM. McInnis Auditorium, St. Davids. For ticket reservations, go to easternarts.ticketleap.com or call the Box Office at 610.225.5545.
AGORA INSTITUTE PRESENTS PHILIP BESS OCTOBER 2
The Agora Institute lecture series on (Dis) Enchanted: Culture in the Modern Age, begins on Thursday, October 2 at 8 PM in the Warner Memorial Library on the Eastern University St. Davids campus at 1300 Eagle Road. The guest lecturer is Professor Philip Bess from the University of Notre Dame. He will present Cosmography in the Modern Metropolis: Marking Sacred Order in "The Notre Dame Plan of Chicago 2109". This event is free and open to the public. See more details here.
FINE ARTS FESTIVAL OCTOBER 10
Performances by Music, Dance, Theatre and Alumni. Friday, October 10, at 7:30 PM. McInnis Auditorium, St. Davids. General admission is $10. Children/seniors are $8, and students with current Eastern ID just $5. For ticket reservations, go to easternarts.ticketleap.com or call the Box Office at 610-225-5545.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD
Volunteers are needed for the Norristown Relay Center and beyond to pack shoeboxes for children who would otherwise not receive Christmas gifts. Volunteer times now through November 24. Please contact Bethany Miller for more information: 407-247-8223.
DR. CARLOS F. CARDOZA-ORLANDI TO SPEAK AT COSTAS LECTURESHIP OCTOBER 3
Palmer Theological Seminary and Esperanza College of Eastern University present the 2014 Costas Lectureship on Friday, October 3, from 9:30 to 11:30 AM. This annual event will be held at Esperanza College, 4261 North 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140. The guest speaker is Dr. Carlos F. Cardoza-Orlandi. Full details here.
EXPERIENCED MUSIC TEACHER AND PERFORMER IN THE MANAYUNK AREA
Weekly voice lessons located in teacher's home studio in Manayunk, PA. There is spacious parking available. Parents are welcome to come and sit in during the lesson. All students can plan to participate in a winter holiday music recital and a spring recital. Amy has been teaching full-time since 2008. After graduating from Eastern University with a B.A. in Vocal Performance, Amy Peck has a broad range of experiences that make her a uniquely qualified voice teacher. Contact Amy at Amypecksoprano@gmail.com