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A weekly digest of updates, opportunities, and events for UHP students
November 22, 2015
You'll notice an abbreviated slate of campus & community events in light of the holiday, and our office will be closed on Thursday & Friday. Enjoy your time off!
The River Life program is looking for up to six student workers during the spring 2016 semester to prepare and deliver presentations on the existing ecological and hydrological conditions of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis. Students will work with scientists who are conducting the survey and analysis of scientific data, will conduct independent research as needed, and will prepare and present their findings in venues such as neighborhood/community forums, school groups, and other public settings. The communication part of the project is led by Pat Nunnally of the River Life program, an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Minnesota with over 20 years experience working with Mississippi River community groups. The project is expected to require approximately 150 hours of work; pay is $10/hour. Students will be hired and paid through regular U of M student hiring processes. Honors students are encouraged to apply! More info.
Monday, 11:30am, 215 Humphrey School: Arne Kildegaard (Professor of Economics and Management at University of Minnesota, Morris) presents "On Technological Change, Socially Engineered Competition, and Death Spirals: How Renewable Energy Promises and Threatens Everything." More info.
Monday, 4pm, Foundry, Regis Center: Students and visiting artists will work together to perform an aesthetic, athletic, pyrotechnic event, pouring molten iron into sand molds to make cast iron sculptures. Tamsie Ringler, term assistant professor of sculpture will lead the pour. Ringler came to the U of M from St. Catherine University, St. Paul, and leads the Community Collaboration Iron Pour at Franconia Sculpture Park, Minnesota. More info.
Monday, 6pm, Coffman Theater: Active Minds and UMHA (Underserved Mental Health Association) are hosting a discussion panel on culture and mental health. The panel of speakers includes a representative from NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), a UMN student, a facilitator at African Mental Health Providers Network, and a doctoral intern from Student Counseling Services. The speakers will address issues like stigma, discrimination, and cultural differences. Come with questions for the open Q&A session! Cookies and drinks will be provided! More info.
Tuesday, 6pm, 110 Regis: The Luce Film Series continues with the classic Chinese film City of Sadness, directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien, 1989. More info.
Wednesday, 11am, Freeman Commons: Bagels Beyond Boundaries provides an informal space for students, staff and faculty to engage in discussion over bagels and coffee. Speakers from different sectors will illuminate examples from their own experience or research on ways to bring people together across boundaries to address a particular issue. Presented by the Center for Integrative Leadership. More info.