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All day Last day to drop classes without grade penalty - Academic

The Vauquois Experience exhibit - Academic (4th floor, Newman Library)
Walk through a physical replica of the WWI tunnels of Vauquois, where German and French soldiers slept, ate, took shelter, mined, and fought... more
It's Not Hard to Love Your Scars - Academic (Wallace Hall Gallery)
Series of abstract "paintings" created from mix and matched puzzle pieces painted and collaged. The project references the persistence of w... more
9:00am NCR Faculty Writing Retreat - National Capital Region (Hilton Garden Inn, Falls Church)
This retreat will offer a quiet space, ongoing snacks and beverages, lunch, and an opportunity to talk with colleagues about your writing. S... more
10:00am Arboreal Exhibit - Arts (Moss Arts Center Galleries )

12:00pm Black Love - Arts (Squires Perspective Gallery)
Perspective Gallery's Juried Student Exhibit is hosting the work of twenty-one mostly non-art majors in this biennial event. Students exhi... more
1:00pm Ensemble: Essentials - Seminar/Conference (Torgersen 1120)
As part 1 of the Ensemble series, Essentials will cover the basics of page building within the Adobe Experience Manager. Participants will e... more
1:30pm 2019 Open Education Symposium Lightning Talks & Poster Session: Expanding Open Education in Colleges & Universities - Special Event (Newman Library Multipurpose Room, 1st Floor)
Faculty, instructional designers, graduate students, and librarians from six institutions of higher education will briefly present an overvi... more
1:30pm From the Lab Bench to the White Board: The Transition from Researcher at an R1 Institution to Professor at a PUI - Diversity (Fralin Auditorium)
Dr. Kristen Long will talk about the importance of seeking teaching experience at the graduate and post-doctoral level. She will share about... more
1:30pm From the Lab Bench to the White Board: The Transition from Researcher at an R1 Institution to Professor at a PUI - Academic (Fralin Auditorium)
Dr. Kristen Long will talk about the importance of seeking teaching experience at the graduate and post-doctoral level. She will share about... more
3:00pm Policy SGA Policy, Technology and Society Conversation & Networking Event - Special Event (Global Technology Center, 209 Norris Hall)
Join the Policy Strategic Growth Area for its first Policy, Technology and Society Conversation and Networking event to hear policy perspect... more
4:00pm 2019 Open Education Symposium Keynote by Dr. MJ Bishop - Special Event (Newman Library Multipurpose Room, 1st Floor)
Dr. MJ Bishop is Associate Vice-Chancellor and Director of the Kirwan Center for Academic Innovation at the University System of Maryland. T... more
5:30pm Technological Advance and the Changing Nature of Work - Special Event (Holden Auditorium)
Kaushik Basu is Professor of Economics and the C. Marks Professor of International Studies at Cornell University, and former Senior Vice Pre... more
6:00pm 2019 Open Education Panel Discussion: Facilitating Openness at the University- Connecting the Opens + Making Change Happen - Special Event (Newman Library Multipurpose Room, 1st Floor)
This panel discussion begins with brief presentations of several "core open practices": Open Access, Open Education/Open Educational Resourc... more
6:30pm Breaking the Glass Slipper: The Princess and the Frog - Special Event (Squires Colonial Hall)
Join us for a Women's History Month film series exploring feminism in Disney Princess films. Discussion and refreshments immediately follow... more
7:30pm The Foreigner - A comedy by Larry Shue - Music/Theatre/Dance (Studio Theatre, Squires)
A fishing lodge in rural Georgia is the setting for Larry Shue's comedy "The Foreigner," where two Englishmen, Froggy, and Charlie arrive as... more
8:00pm CANCELED: Music on Mondays, featuring Katherine Calcamuggio-Donner, mezzo-soprano & Naomi J. Oliphant, piano - Music/Theatre/Dance (Squires Recital Salon)
This event has been canceled.
8:00pm On-line Woodland Options for Landowners - Seminar/Conference (On Line)











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