Wednesday October 3, 2001
Take a new approach to southwestern beauty at the opening of the newest Lionel Rombach Gallery exhibit. "Lasting Impressions" includes a variety of contemporary artworks from local Native American artists. This free exhibit runs through Nov. 8 and can be viewed during normal gallery hours. A small reception will be held Friday. For more information regarding future exhibits, call the University of Arizona School of Art at 621-7000.
Not sure how that organic chemistry class is going to help you in the future? To get a better grip on career goals and paths taken by other students in your major, check out today's "Meet Your Major Fair." Professionals in a variety of majors offered at the UA will be on hand in the Bear Down Gym to answer questions regarding career opportunities. The fair runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and free refreshments will be served. For more information on career and major advising, call Diana Wilson at 621-7763.
Having trouble getting to class on time because of a late night cram session? Learn to prioritize your duties at today's University Learning Center Workshop at 1 p.m. Get tips on "Time Management" by reviewing monthly, weekly and daily strategies for taking control of your life. Bring your current class schedule, appointment book and a calendar to Bear Down Gym, Room 201. For more information on future workshop topics, call Stacey Hartman at 621-2475.
Get up; get out, and get moving. Become your own motivator and learn to take charge of your life at today's Fall Leadership Workshop at 3 p.m. The free workshop will focus on teaching you to "Become Your Own Coach." Leadership workshops are sponsored by the Center of Student Involvement and Leadership and meet in the Park Student Union, Turquoise Room. For more information on future workshops, call Matt Helm at 626-4905.
Put down that remote and head on over to the Modern Languages auditorium for a special Visiting Poets and Writers Reading Series presentation. Poets Mary Leader and Edward Hirsch take over the stage at 8 p.m. with oral renditions of their most honored works. An informal reception will follow the presentation and all are welcome to attend. For more information on future campus literary readings, call Frances Shoberg at 626-3765.