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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Meditation Sitting

Room 402 Suites on Maple East

Health and Well-Being Center

Meditation Sitting. Instructor - Dr. Weiner, Room 402 Suites on Maple-East, 12:15 p.m. - 12:45 p.m. The Mindfulness Living Learning Community offers meditation sittings to any student, faculty, or staff as an opportunity to learn the practice and sit with others to meditate. It often goes better in a group! The facilitator will offer a guided meditation to help you along. No prior experience is necessary.

Accounting Career Fair

Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex

Career and Professional Development Center

The IUP Accounting Career Day has evolved into the largest accounting career fair in the region. In addition to IUP accounting majors, this event is open to finance, MIS, and graduate students, as well as students from approximately 10 area universities.

Sociology Club Raising Funding for Hurricane Irma Victims

in the library outside of Java City

Sociology Department

The Sociology Club will be raising funding for victims of Hurricane Irma, specifically those in the Caribbean.

The Haven Project will be hosting a Chalk the Walk event in the Oak Grove on Wednesday, September 20, from 4:00-7:00 P.M. This is in support of RAINN (Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network) Day, a national day designed to bring education and support regarding domestic and sexual violence. All materials will be provided.

Consent

G60 Suites on Maple-East

Counseling Center

The aim of the workshop is to give students a clear understanding of what sexual consent is and to facilitate conversations about consent.  

Students often wonder how to approach their professors and what sort of style to use when they e-mail, write a note, or speak in person. Formal? Casual? Polite? Direct? Urgent? Even brief communications require decisions about appropriate style. This workshop covers do's, don'ts, and tips for polite, professional, and effective communication with professors.

Bunraku master Martin Holman will give a lecture and demonstration of Japan's traditional form of puppetry.

Bunraku puppets typically stand four feet tall and are manipulated by two or three puppeteers. The plots for the plays can be very complex, usually focusing on the intrigues and romances of samurai and courtesans. Mr. Holman was one of the first Americans to be trained in this art form. The Bunraku Bay Puppet Theater that he founded performs in top venues around the United States.

All are welcome