Join people supporting advancement and equality at the Annual Women Faculty luncheon with the Arizona Board of Regents today from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Voice your concerns to those in power while meeting and greeting new additions to the UA faculty. The luncheon will be held in the "Swede" Johnson building, Room 205, and each guest will be charged $11 a plate. For more information on this opportunity to get involved in your UA community, call Mona Hymel at 621-3838.
Are you looking for a healthy way to lose a few pounds without sacrificing typical college life? Join other students and faculty looking to make a change for the better with Weight Watchers on Campus. Learn to manage late-night pizza cravings or early-morning Chinese food. Classes meet every Wednesday from noon to 12:45 p.m. in the University Services building, Room 323. For more information on getting your health on track, call Patti Reyes at 623-4993.
Stop right there. You have the right to remain silent. Do these words send chills of excitement down your back? If you are interested in criminal justice or related fields, check out today's Criminal Justice Association career fair at 6:30 p.m. in McClelland Hall, Room 130. Find out about opportunities within the Tucson Police Department and other local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. For more information on available internships, contact the CJA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While Thanksgiving and the upcoming holidays may remind some of us of warm, happy family gatherings, others may remember nothing. If the holiday time has brought you nothing more than an overwhelming sense of grief, loss or loneliness, there is help for you. Confront your pain at tonight's Psychology of Death and Loss seminar at 7 in the University Medical Center, DuVal Auditorium. Join others learning to cope. Classes cost $10 per person. For more information on other UMC services, call Patti Harada at 886-6046.
Put your hands together and welcome tonight's cast for the Visiting Poet and Writers Reading Series for Fall 2001. The semester is almost over, and bringing up the rear of the line-up are graduate students Kathy Baily, David Murchison, Heather Nagami and Tim Peterson. Listen as they share their most Intimate works tonight at 8 in the Modern Languages auditorium. For more information on featured poets, call Frances Shoberg at 626-3765.