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REDtalks: The Art of Paying Forward and Giving Back

Tuesday, Sep 17, 1 pm
Library, 6th Floor

Three of the most powerful words in resilience are gratitude, optimism, and kindness. Come explore how focusing on positive things and sharing our gifts with others can strengthen everyone.

Join use this upcoming Tuesday at 1:00pm in the Library on the 6th Floor.

Free Pizza and REDtalks Shirts too! 

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REDtalks Presents: A Paralympic Athlete's Journey to Success

Tuesday, Mar 5, 3 pm
Library, 6th Floor

Hear how a Paralympic student athlete achieved personal and professional success. In this REDtalk, you will learn how to overcome obstacles and achieve your own goals for success.

Presenter: Ms. Jenny Mutz, Academic Advisor.

Sponsored by STAR Services, REDtalks are presentations by faculty, staff, and students sharing expertise and advice to help students succeed at Lamar University. Faculty and staff are also welcome to attend.

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REDtalks presents: You Can Do It - The Power of Grit

Wednesday, Feb 28, 3 pm
Library, 6th Floor

The REDtalk will highlight the importance of "grit" in life through experiences of personal struggles and barriers.

Presenter: Dr. Jasdeep Pannu, Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Sponsored by STAR Services, REDtalks are presentations by faculty, staff, and students sharing expertise and advice to help students succeed at Lamar University. Faculty and staff are also welcome to attend.

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REDtalks: Gaining Global Competence

Tuesday, Feb 13, 3 pm
Landes Auditorium (Rm 101), Galloway Business Building

In our increasingly connected world, global competence is a skill that is both desirable and necessary to have. There are many ways to achieve global competence both on and off campus. This REDtalk will introduce students to all of the opportunities Lamar University has to offer.

Presenter: Brittney Crossley, Coordinator of Study Abroad and Exchange Programs

Sponsored by STAR Services, REDtalks are presentations by faculty, staff, and students sharing expertise and advice...

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AEW: "Memory Tips & Tricks"

Tuesday, Mar 22, 2:30 pm
Galloway 101

Learn how to make the most of your study time and get a head start on preparations for finals!

This event does not require an RSVP.

AEW: "The Art of Networking"

Tuesday, Apr 19, 2:30 pm
Galloway 101

Jenna Powell will cover tips and tricks on how to get the most out of networking including what to say and how to follow-up effectively.

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AEW: "Time Management & Goal Setting"

Wednesday, Apr 13, 1:50 pm
Galloway 101

Craig Escamilla will cover the basic principles of mastering workflow based on the book “Getting Things Done”. The workshop will discuss the importance of “externalizing the mind” through effective list-making and organizing, discuss the effective uses of a calendar, and look at overall methods of prioritizing, setting goals, and understanding the various roles students play in their lives.

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AEW: "Study Abroad: Where Will Your Core Classes Take You?"

Tuesday, Apr 5, 2:30 pm
Galloway 101

Come learn about the study abroad opportunities available to all students! This presentation will discuss the programs Lamar offers including majors, locations, and credits given. The presentation will highlight the three programs Lamar offers that give CORE credit to students.

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AEW: "How to Prepare for Tests"

Wednesday, Mar 30, 1:50 pm
Galloway 101

Learn how to get the most out of studying and make better grades!

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AEW: "What Happened to Your Performance and Grades? Role of Alcohol in Academic Performance"

Wednesday, Mar 9, 1:50 pm
Galloway 101

All students admitted to an institute of higher education have the potential to graduate. Unfortunately, about 25% of college students suffer academic consequences due to excessive drinking during college.  Substance use in the is United States is at an all time high with 21 million people 18 years or older qualify for a Substance Use Disorder (SUD).  It is not a stretch to realize that college drinking also increases in correlation to the country’s SUDs population. With the increased...

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AEW: "Food for Thought: 100 Foods That Make You Smarter, Happier, and More Productive"

Tuesday, Mar 1, 2:30 pm
Galloway 101

Like many college students, chances are your diet may not be optimized to give you the best nutrition. Although it's easy to eat junk food, it's not the best for your brain, body, and happiness. During this presentation, we'll take a look at 100 foods that can help you become smarter, happier, and more productive. 

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AEW: "Strength Training Basics"

Wednesday, Feb 24, 1:50 pm
Galloway 101

Learn about the five components of health-related fitness, progressive resistance, and more! Designed for beginners and intermediates alike.

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AEW: "Reducing Student Stress"

Tuesday, Feb 16, 2:30 pm
Galloway 101

Find out how to be stress-free like a zebra!

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AEW: "Why Geography Matters"

Thursday, Nov 5, 2:30 pm
Lucas #119

As technology improves, the world seems to become smaller and smaller. Find out “Why Geography Matters” at the next AEW with Dr. Sarah Schwartz. Thursday (11/5/15) at 2:30p.m. in LUCAS 119.

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AEW: "Memory Tips & Tricks"

Wednesday, Nov 4, 3:15 pm
Comm #103

How strong is your memory? Come to the next AEW and discover some "Memory Tips & Tricks" with Dr. Judith Mann. Wednesday (11/4/15) at 3:15p.m. in COMM 103.

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AEW: "Dinner and Social Etiquette"

Tuesday, Nov 3, 2:30 pm
Lucas #119

You are cordially invited to participate in the upcoming AEW entitled, "Dinner and Social Etiquette." Hosted by Tracie Craig on Tuesday (11/3/15) at 2:30p.m. in LUCAS 119.

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AEW: “Living Green at Lamar”

Thursday, Oct 15, 2:30 pm
Lucas #119

Taking care of our environment is a collaborative effort. Are you doing your part? Learn more at the next AEW with Dr. Alicen Flosi “Living Green at Lamar” on Thursday (10/15/15) at 2:30 p.m. in LUCAS 119.

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AEW: “Why Machiavelli Still Matters”

Wednesday, Oct 14, 3:15 pm
Comm #103

Who is Machiavelli and what lessons of his can we apply to today’s world? Dr. Rebecca Boone presents the next AEW “Why Machiavelli Still Matters” on Wednesday (10/14/15) at 3:15 p.m. in COMM 103.

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AEW: "Strength Training Basics"

Tuesday, Oct 13, 2:30 pm
Lucas #119

Wanna get pumped? Ripped? Jacked?! Stop being a Scrawny McPencilneck and lift some weights! Learn more at the next AEW with Robert Hamilton “Strength Training Basics” on Tuesday (10/13/15) at 2:30 p.m. in LUCAS 119.

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AEW: "Life Skills and/or Goal Setting & Prioritization"

Thursday, Oct 8, 2:30 pm
Lucas #119

Being an adult can be tough at times. Learn how you can become more productive and successful at the next AEW! Shannon Harris presents “Life Skills and/or Goal Setting & Prioritization” on Thursday (10/8/15) at 2:30 p.m. in LUCAS 119.

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AEW: "Engineering Careers"

Wednesday, Oct 7, 3:15 pm
Comm #103

Are you interested in engineering but unsure of which field to pursue? Well then, this next AEW is perfect for you! Dr. Tianxing Cai presents the next AEW “Engineering Careers” on Wednesday (10/7/15) at 3:15 p.m. in COMM 103.

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AEW: "Eating Better on a Budget"

Tuesday, Oct 6, 2:30 pm
Lucas #119

Learn how to eat healthy without breaking the bank. Kelsey Carolan presents the next AEW, “Eating Better on a Budget” on Tuesday (10/6/15) at 2:30 p.m. in LUCAS 119.

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Wednesday Night Walk-In: Math & Science Tutoring

Wednesday, May 13, 5:30 pm
Communication Bldg, Room 113

Do you need help in a Math or Science course?

Attend a Wednesday Night Walk-In!

No appointment necessary.

Experienced Math and Science tutors on hand to help you.

First come, first serve.

Visit our webpage for more information: www.lamar.edu/student-tutoring-and-retention

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Online Transitions: Comparing Transgender Online Public Narratives

Monday, Apr 6, 1:30 pm
Library 6th Floor

Presenter: Andrew Strange

Spotlight Workshop: a student research presentation.

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A Scale-Free Transportation Network Explains the City-Size Distribution

Thursday, Apr 2, 2:15 pm
Library 6th Floor

Presenter: Dr. Hiroki Watanabe

Spotlight Workshop: a faculty research presentation.

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