Tough decision? Too many choices? Well, university employees are invited to come to the Human Resources Development program, "Choices, Choices, Choices: Managing Priorities." It's today, from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. This course promises to help you clarify your organizational priorities. Just go to the University Services building, Room 216. If you need any more information, call 621-7701 or look it up on the Web at http://www.hr.arizona.edu/development.
You can't build a Web site without knowledge of Basic HTML Coding. The good news is that it's today's topic for the Web Page Creation Workshops series. It's from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Science-Engineering Library, Room 308. There is a prerequisite, however, you must have knowledge of Web page creation and maintenance. For more information, go to http://dizzy.library.arizona.edu/library/workshops/workshop.html.
Arizona Historical Society's Summer Lecture Series continues tonight with "Cold War and Hot Politics in the Old Pueblo." It goes from 7 to 9 in Arizona Historical Society Main Museum, 949 E. Second St. David Stumpf, an expert on the Titan II missile systems that were installed around the Tucson basin in the early 1960s, will explain their importance to the national defense and the local economy. Cost is $6 for the general public, $5 for AHS members and $3 for students with ID. Contact the Arizona Historical Society with questions at 628-5774.
The UA Museum of Art's new exhibition, "The Order of Pictures: Series, Cycles, Portfolio and Other Connected Images," opens today and runs through Sept. 20. Works from the UAMA's permanent collection will explore the centuries-old convention of organizing individual works of art into a group of connected images. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Contact Alisa Z. Shorr at 621-7567 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Additional information is available on the Web at http://artmuseum.arizona.edu.
The Aerospace/AME building's auditorium is the site for "Alternate Routes 2000" a screening of "Simply Southwest Showcase." It starts at 7:30 p.m. and is a juried show of independent film/video/digital makers from Arizona, Utah, Colorado, West Texas and New Mexico. This screening is part of the annual summer series of progressive video works; curated by faculty across the UA School of Art. It is presented by the media arts department of the School of Art. Contact the media arts department at 621-7352 or on the Web at http://www.arts.arizona.edu/mediaarts for more information.
Today is the deadline to pay for the fall 2000 semester without late charges. Go to the Bursar's Office in the Administration building with money in hand.
If you need more information, call 621-3232 or e-mail
Today begins the $25 charge for late payments for the fall 2000 semester. Take care of this in the Bursar's Office in the Administration building. If you need more information, call 621-3232 or e-mail
Have you ever wondered what "The Influence of Mass Media on Public Thinking" is? Well, attend the talk today from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the
Tucson Main Library, Stone & Alameda, downtown LL1 meeting room.
Presented by the Common Sense Forum, Michael Bokor will introduce and lead this discussion. Contact Michael Bosnos at 626-7476 or email@example.com for more information.
Dr. Francisco Moreno will be giving a free lecture on "Exciting New Treatments for Anxiety Disorders" today, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Go to the Arizona Health Sciences Center's DuVal Auditorium if you want to see the presentation. Contact Marcy Watchman at 626-3273 for more information.
Having back troubles? Well your answer could be at the Free Your Back! lesson today. Come to the AHSC UMC Wellness Center, Room 2823 and wear casual clothing. The session runs from 3 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. and teaches alternative ways to move with comfort, breathe without restriction, reduce tension, refine movements and improve posture. The cost is $3 per session. Contact Bonnie Angelie, R.N., for more information at 884-7476 or check the Web site at http://www.feldenkrais.com.
Gordon Fluke, printmaker and book art artist, will discuss the art of handmade books and binding at the Summerfest 2000 Art workshop titled "A Summer for Book Arts - What Type is It?" It starts tonight at 7 in the Art building, Room 312. Contact the art department at 621-7570 if you have any questions.