October 13, 2009
Centre promises "personal education," and a big part of "personal" is knowing the persons who are part of your community. For that reason, we frequently include a photo of the individual making the submision—to help bring "names and faces together." If you prefer not to have your picture included, just say so on your submission and we'll honor that personal request as well.
Big Bone Lick: The Cradle of American Paleontology
The Science and Politics of Climate Change
Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas
Every Wednesday night. Compline Prayer Service. Join Centre's Episcopal students for the weekly Compline prayer service this Wednesday night from 9 until 9:30 p.m. in the Davidson Room (on the ground floor of Carnegie building).
Monday nights are Centre Nights at the Danville Bowlarama! From 5 p.m. to close. $2 games, $1 shoes, $5 burger plate (includes regular-sized fries and a soft drink). Must show Student ID. Groups are no problem-just call ahead (859) 236-6452.
Tuesday, Oct. 13. Osteopathic medicine discussion at 11:20 in Olin 124. Linda Dunatova, a representative from Pikeville College School of Osteopathic Medicine, will be offering information about the program.
Tuesday, Oct. 13. Mountaintop Removal Roadshow at 7 p.m. in the Valkhamp Theater. Dave Cooper will be presenting this stunning 20-minute slideshow about the impacts of mountaintop removal on coalfield residents, communities and the environment. The film features traditional Appalachian mountain music and shocking aerial photos of damaged Appalachian mountains.
Every other Wednesday night at the Presbyterian Church. The church's Second Wind group is excited to announce its upcoming series, "At The Movies," which also includes FREE supper. Supper begins at 5:30 p.m., and the program is from 6 to 7 p.m. Clips from movies will be shown with discussion along the way. If you have seen the movie, that's fine; if you want to check it out ahead of time that's fine, too; but don't worry if you have never seen it-you will be able to understand what's going on.
Saturday, Oct. 17. DANTASTIC Race, an “Amazing Race-like” event through Danville/Boyle County to benefit for the Community Arts Center. Recruit your friends for this challenging and entertaining road competition…with $500 on the (finish) line! Team cars will set out on a county-wide adventure that will put each team's endurance and knowledge of Danville/Boyle County to the test! Register quickly! Registration is $25 per team member (teams of 4). Click here for registration form.
Sunday, Oct. 25. Danville’s citizens concerned about human relations will sponsor a discussion of James McBride’s The Color of Water: Meditations on Identity at 4 p.m. at the Great American Doll House on Sixth Street. McBride will give the Humana library lecture Nov. 3 in Newlin Hall, and several copies of his book are available to check out at both the Doherty Library here on campus and the Boyle County Public Library. Centre Professor Andrea Abrams and Berea Professor Demetrius Semien will facilitate, and desserts and drinks will be provided. For more information, or to sign up to participate, contact J.H. Atkins (6223) or Sallie Bright (5343).
Friday, Oct. 30. Design-related symposium. 10 a.m.-noon. Burgin Independent School. College students are invited to participate in a symposium that will include interactive discussion with Mr. Alexander Julian and other prominent professionals in the design field. Project Runway will also be featured. For students, the cost to attend is $5. Project Runway: Students must design the garment to wear to the 2010 World Equestrian Games, construct or oversee the construction, accessorize and model or select the model for the garment. Fabric will be provided to students in each division. For Division III – College or Technical Students, Design a Dress. The entry fee is $25. For more information, contact Bonnie Tanner (859) 734-9337, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Mercer County Habitat for Humanity www.hfhmercerco.org.
Saturday, Nov. 21. The UK College of Pharmacy Open Houses will take place at 10 a.m. This is a great opportunity for students to receive information from the Dean, faculty members, the Admissions Director, and current pharmacy students. Registration is required and is available here.
Nicaragua, Trade, and Coffee. Sign up this week! CentrePeace, Hispanic Society and the Religious Life Office invite you to lunch on Thursday, Oct. 22 from 11:20 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Evans Lively Dining Room of Old Carnegie. The speaker is Eddy Gutierrez from Jalapa Nicaragua. He is a leader in the Nicaraguan Cooperative movement and the Coordinator of Nicaragua's National Coffee Council. After experience with agrarian reform in the l980s, he worked in the '90s to obtain legal land title for small farmers through the cooperative movement. He serves on the Economic Development Committee of Jalapa and educates people about the impact of the Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) on small and medium farmers. Space is limited, and reservations are due by next Thursday, Oct. 20, at noon. To reserve a seat, e-mail Shayne.Jarman@centre.edu with your name and I.D. number (for meal deductution). First come, first served basis.
Your Opinion Matters! Students, please be sure to complete the survey on Service and Civic Engagement that you should receive via e-mail from “email@example.com.” Our participation in this national survey will help us to understand Centre’s level of engagement relative to other institutions of higher education and provide better programs to fit your passion for service. If you have any questions, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are applying for entrance to the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy PharmD program for entrance in Fall 2010, apply soon! They use rolling admissions, so you should ideally apply early in their process (September). Please keep in mind that you don't have to participate in Early Decision to submit your application early. Make sure your PCAT scores were sent to PharmCAS, code 104…scores do NOT go directly to UK. Your application will not be viewed as complete until they receive your PharmCAS application, UK supplemental application, and application fee. If you have questions about pharmacy school, e-mail email@example.com.
Goldwater Scholarships are awarded to outstanding students who are currently juniors or sophomores and who are interested in a career in mathematics, the natural sciences or engineering. The awards apply to tuition, fees, books, and room and board up to a maximum of $7,500 annually. If you are interested in applying for a Goldwater Scholarship, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org by Nov. 6. Detailed information about the Goldwater Scholarship Program may be found at www.act.org/goldwater.
Looking for an all-expenses-paid educational opportunity in Florida this January? If you have a strong quantitative interests and a basic understanding of ecology, the Marine Resources Population Dynamics workshop may be just the opportunity you are looking for. Several years ago, Ellen Wisner was accepted into this program and found it to be an exceptional experience. If accepted into the program, we can incorporate the workshop participation into a more extensive directed study that will be tailored to your specific interests/background for course credit during the CentreTerm. Interested students can find more information and an application form here. Applications are due by Oct. 14.
Implementing the new design is a big undertaking, which will be done in stages, beginning with the homepage and moving to "first level pages" and then to pages deeper within the site.
For a preview of the new design, click here or paste the URL into your browser and press "return." (This is a graphic representation of the page only—i.e., the links are not yet live.)
Please send your comments and suggestions to Tom Sturgeon at email@example.com.
Calling All Artists! Plans are underway for the 12th Gallery Hop Stop, set for Friday, Nov. 13, from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Centre art students and faculty with work to sell are invited to exhibit. Jewelry, ceramics, glass, woodcarving, fiber art, oil, acrylic, mixed media, and more will be featured at this downtown event. There is no fee or commission for exhibitors. Meet new faces and make a little cash for the holidays ahead. For more information or to register as an exhibitor, please contact Arts Commission Executive Director Ann Nichols at 238-0063 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internship of the Week: The Kentucky Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Louisville is looking for CentreTerm interns to assist in autopsies and lab work. For more information, see eRecruiting or your career counselor.
Pet sitter needed for Fall break. Looking for a student to sit with Phyllis Passariello’s pets while she’s in Mexico. The student will need a car and is welcome to stay at her house from Friday to Sunday to take care of an elderly golden retriever and two cats. Please e-mail email@example.com.
First-year students, are you ready to make that first CentreFutures appointment? This year, we’re doing these appointments in group format. All you need to do is sign up for a CF101 session and you’ll be done with this requirement. Click here for information or call 5283 to sign up.
Are you a writer? Up-and-coming artist? Interested in editing and graphic design? Get published! Send your work to Vantage Point, Centre's only literary magazine. To submit or edit, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Submision deadline is Oct. 25.
Looking to hire a chemistry tutor. Would prefer the weekend. If interested, please contact Patsy Jackson at (859) 238-0244 or 516-2443 or e-mail email@example.com.
Easy Money! Local mother needs a student to drive her child to an after-school activity on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 3:45 to 4:15 p.m., starting Oct. 20. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Blazers needed. The Technology Service Organization at Boyle Co. High School is in need of navy blazers to wear to their competitions. If you have a navy blazer that you’ve outgrown and would like to donate it, drop it by my office (2nd floor Old Centre) and I’ll get it to them.
Memphis, anyone? If any faculty, students or staff are driving to or through Memphis in the near future and are willing to transport a few things back to Danville, please e-mail email@example.com.
Calling all Knitters and Crocheters! With midterms in the not-so-distant future, are you finding that you need a social, relaxing and fun way to relive some of the built up stress? Love crafting? Why not combine them? I am trying to start a knitting group that would meet once a week here on campus, where students could relax, talk, eat, and, of course, knit/crochet! Whether you’re experienced or just beginning, everyone is welcome! This group will probably meet on a Monday or Tuesday for about an hour. The specifics are very flexible. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you are at all interested!
Recycle toner to benefit a good cause. Please send ANY & ALL toner and print cartridges to Jan Wertz (Young Hall). They will be recycled for the Danville-Boyle County Humane Society.
The Centre Bookstore hours are Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Lost/Found. A cell phone was turned in several weeks ago and a set of keys was turned in this week to the Crounse secretary's office. To identify and claim please stop by Crounse 418.
Between 3:55 p.m. and 4:15 p.m. last Thursday (Oct. 8) in Boles Hall, someone mistakenly took an umbrella from the umbrella stand in this building. The fabric is crème, brown, and a touch of red paisley print. Please return this item to the CTL office.
To the person who was in Old Centre last week looking for your mother’s sunglasses, WE FOUND THEM! Please come back to the President’s Office in Old Centre to claim them.