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Thursday November 7, 2013
Thu Nov 7

Dogs of Doubtful Origin

Add to Calendar10:00 am – 4:00 pm

In a quirky spin on the traditional sabbatical exhibition, sculpture professor Lori Miles invites six of her former students, all recent MFA recipients, to create a massive, collaborative exhibition.  Though sparked by themes central to Miles’ own work, the exhibit will be conceived, designed, and executed by all six artists collectively.  Overtly exploring the vertical exchange of information from teacher to student, this project also delves deeply into horizontal knowledge; those cultural memes that spread laterally through transfer, imitation, and replication.  Dogs of Doubtful Origin refers both to an incorrect research loop referenced by cryptozoologists and to the ambiguous artistic ownership of the exhibit itself. 

For More Information:  http://www.depauw.edu/arts/peeler/exhibits/lori-miles--students/

#PeelerArtExhibit #Community

Location: Peeler Art Center Vis Art
Organization: Art and Art History
Organizer: Scott, Misti D

Global Matrix III

Add to Calendar10:00 am – 4:00 pm

OCTOBER 9 – DECEMBER 15, 2013

Peeler Art Center, University Gallery (upper level)

“GLOBAL MATRIX III,” a contemporary review of fine art printmaking from around the world organized as a traveling exhibition in the U.S. from 2012 to 2014.  Works have been selected for the exhibition by a team of printmaking and gallery professionals: Kathryn Reeves, Professor of Art & Design at Purdue University; Kimberly Vito, Associate Professor of Art & Art History at Wright State University; Sean Caulfield, Associate Professor of Art & Design at the University of Alberta; and Craig Martin, Director of Purdue University Galleries.  Artists include Verapong Sritrakulkitiakarn (Thailand), Janne Laine (Finland), Yuji Hiratsuka (US), Szu-Wei Ho (US), Jochen Koehn (Germany), and others.

#Community #PeelerArtExhibit

Location: Peeler Art Center Up Gall
Organization: Art and Art History
Organizer: Scott, Misti D

Living As Form

Add to Calendar10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SEPTEMBER 5 – DECEMBER 6, 2013

Peeler Art Center, University Gallery (lower level)

In collaboration with twenty-five curators from around the world, Nato Thompson has selected 50 projects as the foundation of this exhibition, which will expand as it travels. New additions will be selected by each host institution, increasing the diversity of works made in the last twenty years that are represented in the show. Circulating via a hard drive, on which the new projects will be uploaded, Living as Form (The Nomadic Version) will provide a broad look at a vast array of socially engaged practices that appear with increasing regularity in fields ranging from theater to activism, and urban planning to visual art.For More Information:  http://www.depauw.edu/arts/peeler/exhibits/living-as-form/ #Community #PeelerArtExhibit  

Location: Peeler Art Center Low Gall
Organization: Art and Art History
Organizer: Scott, Misti D

United States Air Force Information Table

Add to Calendar11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Come learn about career, education, and scholarship opportunities available to you in the United States Air Force through Air Force ROTC.  We will be manning a booth on Thursday, November 7th from 11 AM to 2 PM in Hub to answer any questions you might have.  If you are unable to attend but would like more information, please email us at isu-afrotc@mail.indstate.edu or call us at 812-237-4229.

Location: Memorial Student Union Building Hub Lower Level Tabling 2
Organization: Hubbard Center for Student Engagement
Organizer: Woodall, Pamela Ann

Indianapolis: November Networking Luncheon: Aja May '01

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Aja May '01 is Vice President of Marketing for the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites.  Please join us at Harry & Izzy's!

Organization: Alumni Engagement
Organizer: Wendling, Deanna D

The Robert C. McDermond Honorary Lecture- Jenny Vance '00

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 12:30 pm

The Robert C. McDermond Honorary Lecture

Jenny Vance '00

President and Co-founder of LeadJen

RSVP to Sandy Smith swsmith@depauw.edu

Mandatory for all Management Fellows

Free and open to the public

Lunch served

Dress is business casual

#ManagementSpeaker

Location: Union Building Ballroom
Organization: Ctr for Managmnt + Entrepreneurship
Organizer: Smith, Sandra Beth

Artsfest presents "Fantastic Voyage with Biochemistry Professor Dan Gurnon"

Add to Calendar11:31 am – 12:29 pm

Free and open to the public. 

In Fantastic Voyage with Biochemistry Professor Dan Gurnon, learn how 3D animation works and how biochemists and artists are using it to explore the molecular world. From the trailer for the 1966 film Fantastic Voyage: “…you are going where no man or camera has ventured before, and when you come out, you may never look at 

#ChemistrySeminar

Location: Peeler Art Center Aud
Organization: Chemistry
Organizer: Giles, Mary

Women in Science Monthly Luncheons

Add to Calendar11:35 am – 12:25 pm

Liz Freedman, Career Counselor at The Hubbard Center, will present information for the science student--Updating that resume and effective cover letters and How do I secure that Science Internship.

This event is open to all and lunch will be served with RSVP to womeninscience@depauw.edu by Tuesday, 4pm.

Location: Julian AUD 147
Organization: Science Research Fellow Program
Organizer: Pigg, Tavia S

Zumba

Add to Calendar11:40 am – 12:30 pm

 

Zumba® fuses hypnotic latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program. Classes are free for DePauw students, faculty, staff and retirees.#Wellness

Location: Lilly Center Dance Rm
Organization: Student Life Division
Organizer: Servais, Jeanne M

Mary Konkle Chemistry Research Seminar

Add to Calendar3:51 pm – 5:15 pm

#ChemistrySeminar

 

Location: Julian AUD 147
Organization: Chemistry
Organizer: Giles, Mary

Indoor Cycling

Add to Calendar4:30 pm – 5:15 pm

Indoor cycling is a class that provides a fun and varied cardio workout on stationary bicycles, led by certified instructors. The class is adaptable for all fitness levels.  Located in Lilly Center, Racquetball Court #2. #Wellness

Organization: Student Life Division
Organizer: Servais, Jeanne M

Turbo Kick

Add to Calendar4:30 pm – 5:15 pm

This class is a blend of martial arts, cardio kickboxing, dance, capoeira, hip hop and funk combined with music blended especially for the choreography. #Wellness

Location: Lilly Center Dance Rm
Organization: Student Life Division
Organizer: Servais, Jeanne M

Indianapolis: An Evening of Art, Wine and Cheese

Add to Calendar5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Forrest Formsma Fine Art Studio  -  Event Details

Organization: Alumni Engagement
Organizer: Wendling, Deanna D

Zumba

Add to Calendar5:30 pm – 6:15 pm

 

Zumba® fuses hypnotic latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program. Classes are free for DePauw students, faculty, staff and retirees.#Wellness

Location: Lilly Center Dance Rm
Organization: Student Life Division
Organizer: Servais, Jeanne M

DePauw Environmental Club

Add to Calendar6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Open to the public. Weekly DePauw Environmental Club.

#environment

Location: Julian 300
Organization: Office for Sustainability
Organizer: Baratta, Anthony M Office for Sustainability

Power Yoga

Add to Calendar7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Power yoga is a physically challenging style of vinyasa yoga.  Set to music, this class will invigorate your entire body. #Wellness

Location: Nature Park Reflection Center Great Room
Organization: Student Life Division
Organizer: Servais, Jeanne M

The Mendenhall Lecture by Dr. L. Gregory Jones (Duke Divinity School), "Learning Leadership: Daunting Challenges, Creative Opportunities"

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Free and open to the public; Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church Sanctuary

L. Gregory Jones is dedicated to cultivating strategic and visionary leadership in partnership with individuals and institutions. His focus on leadership builds on his scholarly work in forgiveness and reconciliation as well as his years in leading Christian institutions.

Jones is senior strategist for Leadership Education at Duke Divinity and a professor of theology in the Divinity School of Duke University. He has served as Duke’s chief international strategist to advance and coordinate the university’s global engagement. Between 1997 and June 2010, Jones served as the 11th dean of Duke Divinity School. Known for his entrepreneurial leadership and fund-raising ability, Jones’ deanship was marked by significant growth in the Divinity School. More than $102 million was raised under Jones’s leadership in The Campaign for Duke (1998-2003). Major new initiatives during his tenure included Leadership Education at Duke Divinity, the Center for Reconciliation, the Duke Institute on Care at the End of Life, the Duke Youth Academy for Christian Formation, the Clergy Health Initiative, the Reynolds Program in Church Leadership, and international partnerships, especially with the Methodist Church of Southern Africa and the United Methodist Church in Cote d’Ivoire.

He is the author or editor of 14 books, including the co-authored Forgiving As We've Been Forgiven: Community Practices for Making Peace (with Celestin Musekura, in 2010), Resurrecting Excellence: Shaping Faithful Christian Ministry (with Kevin R. Armstrong, in 2006) and the widely acclaimed Embodying Forgiveness: A Theological Analysis (1995). Jones, an ordained United Methodist pastor, has published more than 100 articles in a variety of publications. He is an editor-at-large for Christian Century, and writes a regular column for Faith & Leadership, the web magazine published by Leadership Education at Duke Divinity. Jones is also widely sought after as a preacher and lecturer. Jones is married to the Rev. Susan Pendleton Jones, a United Methodist minister who serves as Associate Dean for United Methodist Initiatives and Ministerial Formation at Duke Divinity School.

 

Organization: Office of Spiritual Life
Organizer: Lytle, Marjorie Lesley

Tibetan Music Concert with Grammy-winning flutist Nawang Khechog

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Free and open to the public, and co-sponsored by the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics, the School of Music, and the Department of English.

Nawang Khechog is first Tibetan Grammy Nominee and the most renowned Tibetan flutist in the world. He has won multiple awards from Tibet, India, Nepal and United States of America. He is one of the Tibet's foremost world music & spiritual music composers.

Nawang was a monk for 11 years and studied Buddhist philosophy and meditation with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and many other Tibetan masters. He also lived as hermit, meditating in the Himalayan foothills for several years under the guidance of His Holiness.  He aims to utilize music as a means to inspire non-violence, compassion and spirituality and for the the freedom of Tibetan people.

Location: GCPA Thompson
Organizer: Nightenhelser, Keith E Convocations

Showing and discussion of "Mud Lotus," a Chris White film co-produced by Jonathan Nichols-Pethick

Add to Calendar8:30 pm – 9:45 pm

Free and open to the public.

Location: Union Building Ballroom, Union Building Lobby S 1
Organizer: Nightenhelser, Keith E Convocations