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Wednesday, March 8
Bachelor of Liberal Studies Information Session
5:30 - 7:30 PM, Room 207
Receive college credit for work experience and previous coursework. Finish your degree online, or take evening courses at one of Temple's Philadelphia area campuses. Sign up.

 

Thursday, March 9
Lunch and Learn Series Seminar
IS YOUR BROWN BAG LUNCH SLOWING YOU DOWN?
Presenter: Ashvini Mashru, MA, RD, LDN
Wellness Nutrition Concepts and Author, Small Steps to Slim
12:15 to 1:15 PM
Join us for FREE professional and personal development during your lunch hour! Bring your bagged lunch!
There is no cost to attend this seminar, but you must sign up

 

Thursday, March 9
SPRING 2017 POETS & WRITERS SERIES: POET-IN-RESIDENCE, DAWN LUNDY MARTIN
Dawn Lundy Martin is a poet, essayist, and conceptual video artist. She is the author of four books of poems and three chapbooks, including Life in a Box Is a Pretty Life (Nightboat Books, 2015) and Good Stock, Strange Blood (forthcoming from Coffee House Press in 2017). Her nonfiction has appeared in The New Yorker, Harper’s, and other magazines. She has been awarded the 2015 Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Poetry and a 2016 Investing in Professional Artists Grant from the Pittsburgh Foundation and the Heinz Endowments. She is Professor of English at the University of Pittsburgh and Co-director (with Terrance Hayes) of the Center for African American Poetry and Poetics.
8:00 PM to 10:00 PM Room 222

 

Tuesday, March 14
GRE Test Prep Strategy Workshop
Thinking about taking the GRE exam soon? Learn about the structure of the exam by attending our FREE strategy workshop.
6 to 7:30PM. Sign up at ncregistrar@temple.edu, or call 267-468-8500.

 

Wednesday, March 15
GMAT Test Prep Strategy Workshop
Thinking about taking the GMAT exam soon? Learn about the structure of the exam by attending our FREE strategy workshop,
6 to 7:30PM. Sign up at ncregistrar@temple.edu, or call 267-468-8500.

 

Wednesday, March 22
Master of Public Policy Information Session
Learn about the Master of Public Policy program at our live information session, or in our virtual classroom with WebEx. Contact us if you would like to attend. In your response, let us know if you will be joining us in person at TUCC, or if you'd like an invitation to join the WebEx virtual classroom. 5 PM Room 206

 

Thursday, March 23
Master of Social Work Information Session
Find out about course work and field practice, and full or part time options. Fee waiver for the Temple Supplemental Application, once you have successfully submitted your SocialWorkCAS application. Sign up

 

Saturday, March 25
MUSIC PREP: Student Recital
4:45 PM Room 222

 

Monday, March 27
MUSIC PREP: FREE INTRODUCTORY CLASS - SINGING FOR BUSY ADULTS
This free introductory class provides a sample of what you'll experience in our upcoming 8-week session of Singing for Busy Adults.
Registration
is required. Select Class #074
6:00 PM-7:00 PM

 

Thursday, March 30
College of Education Executive Programs Information Session
For students interested in the Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, M.Ed. in Teacher Leadership, and M.Ed. in Urban School Leadership, College of Education faculty will host small-group meetings to discuss course requirements, research opportunities, and career outcomes. Sign up.

 

Saturday, April 1
MUSIC PREP: FREE INTRODUCTORY CLASS - EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC FOUNDATIONS (INFANTS - AGE 4)
9:15am-9:45am: Toddlers
10:15am-10:45am: Infants
11:15am-11:45am: Pre-School
This sample class gives a glimpse of what children will learn in the 10-week Early Childhood Music Foundations classes. This program provides a carefully planned sequence of music learning for children who are accompanied by parents or caregivers and use the natural human inclination of chatting, singing and movement as the first steps in understanding rhythm, melody and improvisation. Register here. Check the chart for the appropriate section for your child and add the course to your cart.

 

Thursday, April 6
SPRING 2017 POETS & WRITERS SERIES: SUE LANDERS
Sue Landers’ latest book, Franklinstein (Roof Books, 2016), tells the story of one Philadelphia neighborhood wrestling with the legacies of colonialism, racism, and capitalism. She is also the author of two books of poetry, 248 mgs., a panic picnic (O Books, 2003) and Covers (O Books, 2007). Her chapbooks include 15: A Poetic Engagement with the Chicago Manual of Style and What I Was Tweeting While You Were on Facebook. She was a 2015 Saltonstall Artist Colony fellow. After earning her MFA from George Mason University, she moved to New York, where she founded the poetry journal Pom2. She lives in Brooklyn.
8:00 PM to 10:00 PM Room 222

 

Thursday, April 13
Lunch and Learn Series Seminar
NETWORK LIKE A ROCK STAR FROM YOUR OFFICE CHAIR
Presenter: Jennifer Lynn Robinson, Esq.
CEO, Purposeful Networking
12:15 to 1:15 PM
Join us for FREE professional and personal development during your lunch hour! Bring your bagged lunch!
There is no cost to attend this seminar, but you must sign up at ncregistrar@temple.edu or call 267-468-8500.