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Faculty Mini-Grant Deadline is November 1

The deadline to apply for the Faculty Mini-Grant supported by the Lilly Grant (Indiana Pathways) is Saturday, November 1. Find information on how to apply at <www.earlham.edu/center-for-integrated-learning/programs/indiana-pathways/indiana-faculty-immersion-mini-grants>. If you have any questions, contact Alexandra Pflug at <pflugal@earlham.edu>.


Create a Stellar Internship Application

Are you planning to apply for summer internships? Bring your laptop and/or application materials to this internship workshop in the Center for Integrated Learning (CIL) Commons on Friday, October 31, at Noon, where you can interact with members of the CIL and get advice on how to create a stellar application. A pizza lunch will be provided. Contact Jen Banning at <bannije@earlham.edu> for more information.


May Term Information Session: Miller Farm and Sustainable Agriculture

Interested in Miller Farm and Sustainable Agriculture? Want to get credit for working in the dirt? If so, check out the Miller Farm/Sustainable Agriculture May Term being taught this spring. There will be information sessions about this course on Friday, October 31, at Noon with free pizza in Landrum Bolling Center (LBC) - Room 107, and on Monday, November 3, at 4:00 p.m., in the Center for Integrated Learning Commons on the first floor of LBC. For more information contact Jamey Pavey <paveyja@earlham.edu> or Lisa Butch <butchli@earlham.edu>.


Faculty Forum

The next Faculty Forum will be held at 4:00 p.m., on Friday, October 31, in Landrum Bolling Center - Room 211. Professor of Psychology Kathy Milar will tell the story of Ellen P. Reese who graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 1948, and remained there for the rest of her career. A radical behaviorist in approach, she employed those principles in educating psychology students, producing films, texts, manuals and workshops, but, despite her achievements, did not become a member of the faculty of Mount Holyoke until 1970, and wasn't awarded tenure until 1980. Snacks will be provided.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On November 2, Chris Angell, senior Biology major, will speak on “Wear It as Long as Thou Canst” for the fall theme of “Finding Sanctuary in the Modern World.”


Halloween Down the Hallway

Celebrate Halloween with the Department of Athletics. Visit the second floor of the Athletics and Wellness Center from Noon - 1:00 p.m., on Friday, October 31, for Trick-or-Treat. Members of the department will be in costume, so walk the haunted hallway and collect some treats.


Cross Country and Volleyball Action

There are two events in athletics on Earlham's campus on Saturday, November 1. The day begins with the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships. The men start at Noon, while the women's race begins at 1:00 p.m. The volleyball team hosts a tri-match. The Quakers play Mt. St. Joseph at 1:00 p.m., and Oberlin at 5:00 p.m. Visit the Athletics website at <http://goearlham.com> for game coverage as well as links to live stats and video.


Richmond Community Orchestra Fall Concert

The Richmond Community Orchestra will be presenting its Fall Concert at 3:30 p.m., on Sunday, November 2, at Goddard Auditorium in Carpenter Hall. The orchestra will be under the baton of Musical Director Jay Conard. The concert features the world premiere of Conard's "The Depot," a piece depicting Richmond's Train Depot as it was in 1919. This event is open to the public. Admission is free; tickets are not required.


Cookies, Costumes and Conversation with Career Education Advisers

The Career Education Office's Peer Career Advisers invite students, faculty and staff to stop by the Center for Integrated Learning Commons on Friday, October 31, between 4:00 and 5:00 p.m., for ice cream, cookies and conversation with the Career Education team. Costumes are welcome.


Open Session for Final Registrar Candidate

The open faculty/staff/student session for the final Registrar candidate is set for 4:00 p.m., on Monday, November 3, at the Richmond Room in the Landrum Bolling Center. Marquettia Robinson has served as Assistant Registrar at DeVry University’s campus in Tampa, Florida, for four years. She has more than a decade of experience at DeVry, including time as a Student Success Coordinator and a Registration Coordinator. Robinson holds a Master of Business Administration from the Keller Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Science in Technical Management from DeVry. The position description can be found online at <www.earlham.edu/employment/?job=21269>. Feedback from these sessions can be forwarded electronically to Andy Moore, search chair, at <moorean@earlham.edu>.


Avis Stewart Receives Sagamore of the Wabash Award

A distinguished career defined by decades of service to Earlham and Wayne County has earned Vice President of Community Relations Avis Stewart ’74 the highest accolade Indiana bestows for public service. Stewart was given the Sagamore of the Wabash Award by members of Earlham’s Class of 1974 during a surprise ceremony at his home following Homecoming Weekend festivities. Stewart’s classmates nominated him for the award, which was approved and signed by Gov. Mike Pence. The Sagamore of the Wabash award was created during the term of Gov. Ralph Gates, who served from 1945 to 1949 and has been awarded at the discretion of every governor since then. The Native American tribes of the northeastern United States use “Sagamore” as a term to describe someone the chief would look to for advice. Past winners include astronauts, presidents, ambassadors, artists, musicians, politicians and others who have contributed to Hoosier heritage. Read more at <www.earlham.edu/news>.


Germany/Austria Information Session

There will be an information session for the Fall 2015 Germany/Austria off-campus study program with Ferit Güven, at Noon on Tuesday, November 4, in Landrum Bolling Center - Room 124. Applications are due in the International Programs Office on November 15, 2014.


Earlham Theatre Arts Department Presents: The Laramie Project

The Laramie Project, a play with strong themes of social justice and community, opens on Friday, October 31, at 7:30 p.m., at the new McDaniel Studio Theatre in the Center for Visual and Performing Arts. Seats are limited, so get your tickets now. There will be no late seating. In 1998, Matthew Shepard was beaten and left to die on the outskirts of Laramie, Wyoming. He had been the victim of a homophobic hate crime that left the small town of Laramie reeling. This play shares the story of the Laramie community and its search for hope in the wake of tragedy. Performances follow on November 1, 7 and 8. For more information and ticket prices, visit <http://www.earlham.edu/news/events/event/?id=21504&r=14437>.


Paid Summer Internships Information Sessions

The Center for Integrated Learning (CIL) will be hosting two more information sessions for Earlham Supported Summer Internships. They will be at 5:00 p.m., on Tuesday, November 4, and Wednesday, November 12. Both sessions will be held in the CIL Commons on the first floor of the Landrum Bolling Center. Learn more about the more than 30 companies and organizations offering fully funded 2014 summer internships exclusively for Earlham students. Applications for these internships can be submitted through Symplicity. Details about each opportunity can be found at <http://tinyurl.com/mf26f5p>. The preferred deadline is 5:00 p.m., on Sunday, November 16. If you have questions, contact Mark Gaines at <gainema@earlham.edu>.


Faculty Mini-Grant Deadline is November 1

The deadline to apply for the Faculty Mini-Grant supported by the Lilly Grant (Indiana Pathways) is Saturday, November 1. Find information on how to apply at <www.earlham.edu/center-for-integrated-learning/programs/indiana-pathways/indiana-faculty-immersion-mini-grants>. If you have any questions, contact Alexandra Pflug at <pflugal@earlham.edu>.


Create a Stellar Internship Application

Are you planning to apply for summer internships? Bring your laptop and/or application materials to this internship workshop in the Center for Integrated Learning (CIL) Commons on Friday, October 31, at Noon, where you can interact with members of the CIL and get advice on how to create a stellar application. A pizza lunch will be provided. Contact Jen Banning at <bannije@earlham.edu> for more information.


May Term Information Session: Miller Farm and Sustainable Agriculture

Interested in Miller Farm and Sustainable Agriculture? Want to get credit for working in the dirt? If so, check out the Miller Farm/Sustainable Agriculture May Term being taught this spring. There will be information sessions about this course on Friday, October 31, at Noon with free pizza in Landrum Bolling Center (LBC) - Room 107, and on Monday, November 3, at 4:00 p.m., in the Center for Integrated Learning Commons on the first floor of LBC. For more information contact Jamey Pavey <paveyja@earlham.edu> or Lisa Butch <butchli@earlham.edu>.


Public Health Masters Pathway & Summer Internships Information Session

Interested in a career field that offers you an opportunity to improve safety, fight disease and increase preventative care? Have a desire to positively impact the health of your community, nation and world? If so, consider attending an information session on the Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health. Meet Dr. Carole Kacius, associate dean for education and training, and learn about the completely new preferred pathway that would offer Earlham students the chance of early acceptance into the Masters of Public Health program at IUPUI. Also, learn about public health internship opportunities for first- to third-year Earlham students. The information session will be held at Noon on Friday, November 7, in the Center for Integrated Learning Commons on the first floor of the Landrum Bolling Center. Lunch will be provided. Contact Indiana Pathways Coordinator Alexandra Pflug <pflugal@earlham.edu> with any questions.


Faculty Forum

The next Faculty Forum will be held at 4:00 p.m., on Friday, October 31, in Landrum Bolling Center - Room 211. Professor of Psychology Kathy Milar will tell the story of Ellen P. Reese who graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 1948, and remained there for the rest of her career. A radical behaviorist in approach, she employed those principles in educating psychology students, producing films, texts, manuals and workshops, but, despite her achievements, did not become a member of the faculty of Mount Holyoke until 1970, and wasn't awarded tenure until 1980. Snacks will be provided.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On November 2, Chris Angell, senior Biology major, will speak on “Wear It as Long as Thou Canst” for the fall theme of “Finding Sanctuary in the Modern World.”


International Student Coalition Meeting

The International Student Coalition (ISC) is holding its first meeting to recruit old and new members for planning the Global Celebration Weekend that will be held in February. This is an invitation to anyone who is interested — international or domestic. The meeting will be at 4:00 p.m., on Wednesday, November 5, in Landrum Bolling Center - Room 201. For more information, contact Seren Keskin at <skeskin13@earlham.edu> or Grace Makhoul <gmakho14@earlham.edu>.


Play Games and Eat Food

On Friday, November 7, from 7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., Wildman Science Library will be hosting a game night for students, faculty, staff and families. Attend this fun-filled occasion, and feel free to bring your favorite card or board games, too. Among the games to be played are Settlers of Catan, Uno, Monopoly and more. Snacks will be provided. If you have questions, please contact Katie Cox at <kacox12@earlham.edu>.


Halloween Down the Hallway

Celebrate Halloween with the Department of Athletics. Visit the second floor of the Athletics and Wellness Center from Noon - 1:00 p.m., on Friday, October 31, for Trick-or-Treat. Members of the department will be in costume, so walk the haunted hallway and collect some treats.


Cross Country and Volleyball Action

There are two events in athletics on Earlham's campus on Saturday, November 1. The day begins with the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships. The men start at Noon, while the women's race begins at 1:00 p.m. The volleyball team hosts a tri-match. The Quakers play Mt. St. Joseph at 1:00 p.m., and Oberlin at 5:00 p.m. Visit the Athletics website at <http://goearlham.com> for game coverage as well as links to live stats and video.


Richmond Community Orchestra Fall Concert

The Richmond Community Orchestra will be presenting its Fall Concert at 3:30 p.m., on Sunday, November 2, at Goddard Auditorium in Carpenter Hall. The orchestra will be under the baton of Musical Director Jay Conard. The concert features the world premiere of Conard's "The Depot," a piece depicting Richmond's Train Depot as it was in 1919. This event is open to the public. Admission is free; tickets are not required.


Healthy Relationship Group Beginning on November 14

What does a healthy relationship look like? How can I have better communication with my partner? What are the signs of interpersonal violence? These questions and others will be answered in the Healthy Relationships Group beginning Friday, November 14, at 5:00 p.m., in the Light Therapy room in Health Services. Learn how to build and maintain a healthy, balanced relationship. For more information, contact Jennifer Caudill in Counseling Services at <caudije@earlham.edu> or at extension 1608.


Cookies, Costumes and Conversation with Career Education Advisers

The Career Education Office's Peer Career Advisers invite students, faculty and staff to stop by the Center for Integrated Learning Commons on Friday, October 31, between 4:00 and 5:00 p.m., for ice cream, cookies and conversation with the Career Education team. Costumes are welcome.


Open Session for Final Registrar Candidate

The open faculty/staff/student session for the final Registrar candidate is set for 4:00 p.m., on Monday, November 3, at the Richmond Room in the Landrum Bolling Center. Marquettia Robinson has served as Assistant Registrar at DeVry University’s campus in Tampa, Florida, for four years. She has more than a decade of experience at DeVry, including time as a Student Success Coordinator and a Registration Coordinator. Robinson holds a Master of Business Administration from the Keller Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Science in Technical Management from DeVry. The position description can be found online at <www.earlham.edu/employment/?job=21269>. Feedback from these sessions can be forwarded electronically to Andy Moore, search chair, at <moorean@earlham.edu>.


Avis Stewart Receives Sagamore of the Wabash Award

A distinguished career defined by decades of service to Earlham and Wayne County has earned Vice President of Community Relations Avis Stewart ’74 the highest accolade Indiana bestows for public service. Stewart was given the Sagamore of the Wabash Award by members of Earlham’s Class of 1974 during a surprise ceremony at his home following Homecoming Weekend festivities. Stewart’s classmates nominated him for the award, which was approved and signed by Gov. Mike Pence. The Sagamore of the Wabash award was created during the term of Gov. Ralph Gates, who served from 1945 to 1949 and has been awarded at the discretion of every governor since then. The Native American tribes of the northeastern United States use “Sagamore” as a term to describe someone the chief would look to for advice. Past winners include astronauts, presidents, ambassadors, artists, musicians, politicians and others who have contributed to Hoosier heritage. Read more at <www.earlham.edu/news>.


Germany/Austria Information Session

There will be an information session for the Fall 2015 Germany/Austria off-campus study program with Ferit Güven, at Noon on Tuesday, November 4, in Landrum Bolling Center - Room 124. Applications are due in the International Programs Office on November 15, 2014.


Earlham Theatre Arts Department Presents: The Laramie Project

The Laramie Project, a play with strong themes of social justice and community, opens on Friday, October 31, at 7:30 p.m., at the new McDaniel Studio Theatre in the Center for Visual and Performing Arts. Seats are limited, so get your tickets now. There will be no late seating. In 1998, Matthew Shepard was beaten and left to die on the outskirts of Laramie, Wyoming. He had been the victim of a homophobic hate crime that left the small town of Laramie reeling. This play shares the story of the Laramie community and its search for hope in the wake of tragedy. Performances follow on November 1, 7 and 8. For more information and ticket prices, visit <http://www.earlham.edu/news/events/event/?id=21504&r=14437>.


Paid Summer Internships Information Sessions

The Center for Integrated Learning (CIL) will be hosting two more information sessions for Earlham Supported Summer Internships. They will be at 5:00 p.m., on Tuesday, November 4, and Wednesday, November 12. Both sessions will be held in the CIL Commons on the first floor of the Landrum Bolling Center. Learn more about the more than 30 companies and organizations offering fully funded 2014 summer internships exclusively for Earlham students. Applications for these internships can be submitted through Symplicity. Details about each opportunity can be found at <http://tinyurl.com/mf26f5p>. The preferred deadline is 5:00 p.m., on Sunday, November 16. If you have questions, contact Mark Gaines at <gainema@earlham.edu>.


New Zealand Program Presentation of Learning

Members of the 2014 New Zealand Program will give a presentation of learning at Noon on Wednesday, November 5, in Dennis Hall - Room 110. A lunch with pizza will be provided. If you have been on a previous program or are considering doing off-campus study to New Zealand or elsewhere, you can learn what this program is all about. There will be fun stories, beautiful pictures and reflection.


Biology Colloquium

The next Biology Colloquium is at Noon on Thursday, November 6, in Stanley Hall - Room 044. Susan M.E. Smith, Ph.D., an associate professor at Kennesaw State University, will speak on "Recharging Bioluminescence with the voltage-gated proton channel, Hv1." Pizza will be provided.


Faculty Mini-Grant Deadline is November 1

The deadline to apply for the Faculty Mini-Grant supported by the Lilly Grant (Indiana Pathways) is Saturday, November 1. Find information on how to apply at <www.earlham.edu/center-for-integrated-learning/programs/indiana-pathways/indiana-faculty-immersion-mini-grants>. If you have any questions, contact Alexandra Pflug at <pflugal@earlham.edu>.


Create a Stellar Internship Application

Are you planning to apply for summer internships? Bring your laptop and/or application materials to this internship workshop in the Center for Integrated Learning (CIL) Commons on Friday, October 31, at Noon, where you can interact with members of the CIL and get advice on how to create a stellar application. A pizza lunch will be provided. Contact Jen Banning at <bannije@earlham.edu> for more information.


May Term Information Session: Miller Farm and Sustainable Agriculture

Interested in Miller Farm and Sustainable Agriculture? Want to get credit for working in the dirt? If so, check out the Miller Farm/Sustainable Agriculture May Term being taught this spring. There will be information sessions about this course on Friday, October 31, at Noon with free pizza in Landrum Bolling Center (LBC) - Room 107, and on Monday, November 3, at 4:00 p.m., in the Center for Integrated Learning Commons on the first floor of LBC. For more information contact Jamey Pavey <paveyja@earlham.edu> or Lisa Butch <butchli@earlham.edu>.


Public Health Masters Pathway & Summer Internships Information Session

Interested in a career field that offers you an opportunity to improve safety, fight disease and increase preventative care? Have a desire to positively impact the health of your community, nation and world? If so, consider attending an information session on the Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health. Meet Dr. Carole Kacius, associate dean for education and training, and learn about the completely new preferred pathway that would offer Earlham students the chance of early acceptance into the Masters of Public Health program at IUPUI. Also, learn about public health internship opportunities for first- to third-year Earlham students. The information session will be held at Noon on Friday, November 7, in the Center for Integrated Learning Commons on the first floor of the Landrum Bolling Center. Lunch will be provided. Contact Indiana Pathways Coordinator Alexandra Pflug <pflugal@earlham.edu> with any questions.


Faculty Forum

The next Faculty Forum will be held at 4:00 p.m., on Friday, October 31, in Landrum Bolling Center - Room 211. Professor of Psychology Kathy Milar will tell the story of Ellen P. Reese who graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 1948, and remained there for the rest of her career. A radical behaviorist in approach, she employed those principles in educating psychology students, producing films, texts, manuals and workshops, but, despite her achievements, did not become a member of the faculty of Mount Holyoke until 1970, and wasn't awarded tenure until 1980. Snacks will be provided.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On November 2, Chris Angell, senior Biology major, will speak on “Wear It as Long as Thou Canst” for the fall theme of “Finding Sanctuary in the Modern World.”


International Student Coalition Meeting

The International Student Coalition (ISC) is holding its first meeting to recruit old and new members for planning the Global Celebration Weekend that will be held in February. This is an invitation to anyone who is interested — international or domestic. The meeting will be at 4:00 p.m., on Wednesday, November 5, in Landrum Bolling Center - Room 201. For more information, contact Seren Keskin at <skeskin13@earlham.edu> or Grace Makhoul <gmakho14@earlham.edu>.


Play Games and Eat Food

On Friday, November 7, from 7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., Wildman Science Library will be hosting a game night for students, faculty, staff and families. Attend this fun-filled occasion, and feel free to bring your favorite card or board games, too. Among the games to be played are Settlers of Catan, Uno, Monopoly and more. Snacks will be provided. If you have questions, please contact Katie Cox at <kacox12@earlham.edu>.


Halloween Down the Hallway

Celebrate Halloween with the Department of Athletics. Visit the second floor of the Athletics and Wellness Center from Noon - 1:00 p.m., on Friday, October 31, for Trick-or-Treat. Members of the department will be in costume, so walk the haunted hallway and collect some treats.


Cross Country and Volleyball Action

There are two events in athletics on Earlham's campus on Saturday, November 1. The day begins with the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships. The men start at Noon, while the women's race begins at 1:00 p.m. The volleyball team hosts a tri-match. The Quakers play Mt. St. Joseph at 1:00 p.m., and Oberlin at 5:00 p.m. Visit the Athletics website at <http://goearlham.com> for game coverage as well as links to live stats and video.


Richmond Community Orchestra Fall Concert

The Richmond Community Orchestra will be presenting its Fall Concert at 3:30 p.m., on Sunday, November 2, at Goddard Auditorium in Carpenter Hall. The orchestra will be under the baton of Musical Director Jay Conard. The concert features the world premiere of Conard's "The Depot," a piece depicting Richmond's Train Depot as it was in 1919. This event is open to the public. Admission is free; tickets are not required.


Healthy Relationship Group Beginning on November 14

What does a healthy relationship look like? How can I have better communication with my partner? What are the signs of interpersonal violence? These questions and others will be answered in the Healthy Relationships Group beginning Friday, November 14, at 5:00 p.m., in the Light Therapy room in Health Services. Learn how to build and maintain a healthy, balanced relationship. For more information, contact Jennifer Caudill in Counseling Services at <caudije@earlham.edu> or at extension 1608.


Cookies, Costumes and Conversation with Career Education Advisers

The Career Education Office's Peer Career Advisers invite students, faculty and staff to stop by the Center for Integrated Learning Commons on Friday, October 31, between 4:00 and 5:00 p.m., for ice cream, cookies and conversation with the Career Education team. Costumes are welcome.


Open Session for Final Registrar Candidate

The open faculty/staff/student session for the final Registrar candidate is set for 4:00 p.m., on Monday, November 3, at the Richmond Room in the Landrum Bolling Center. Marquettia Robinson has served as Assistant Registrar at DeVry University’s campus in Tampa, Florida, for four years. She has more than a decade of experience at DeVry, including time as a Student Success Coordinator and a Registration Coordinator. Robinson holds a Master of Business Administration from the Keller Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Science in Technical Management from DeVry. The position description can be found online at <www.earlham.edu/employment/?job=21269>. Feedback from these sessions can be forwarded electronically to Andy Moore, search chair, at <moorean@earlham.edu>.


Avis Stewart Receives Sagamore of the Wabash Award

A distinguished career defined by decades of service to Earlham and Wayne County has earned Vice President of Community Relations Avis Stewart ’74 the highest accolade Indiana bestows for public service. Stewart was given the Sagamore of the Wabash Award by members of Earlham’s Class of 1974 during a surprise ceremony at his home following Homecoming Weekend festivities. Stewart’s classmates nominated him for the award, which was approved and signed by Gov. Mike Pence. The Sagamore of the Wabash award was created during the term of Gov. Ralph Gates, who served from 1945 to 1949 and has been awarded at the discretion of every governor since then. The Native American tribes of the northeastern United States use “Sagamore” as a term to describe someone the chief would look to for advice. Past winners include astronauts, presidents, ambassadors, artists, musicians, politicians and others who have contributed to Hoosier heritage. Read more at <www.earlham.edu/news>.


Germany/Austria Information Session

There will be an information session for the Fall 2015 Germany/Austria off-campus study program with Ferit Güven, at Noon on Tuesday, November 4, in Landrum Bolling Center - Room 124. Applications are due in the International Programs Office on November 15, 2014.


Earlham Theatre Arts Department Presents: The Laramie Project

The Laramie Project, a play with strong themes of social justice and community, opens on Friday, October 31, at 7:30 p.m., at the new McDaniel Studio Theatre in the Center for Visual and Performing Arts. Seats are limited, so get your tickets now. There will be no late seating. In 1998, Matthew Shepard was beaten and left to die on the outskirts of Laramie, Wyoming. He had been the victim of a homophobic hate crime that left the small town of Laramie reeling. This play shares the story of the Laramie community and its search for hope in the wake of tragedy. Performances follow on November 1, 7 and 8. For more information and ticket prices, visit <http://www.earlham.edu/news/events/event/?id=21504&r=14437>.


Paid Summer Internships Information Sessions

The Center for Integrated Learning (CIL) will be hosting two more information sessions for Earlham Supported Summer Internships. They will be at 5:00 p.m., on Tuesday, November 4, and Wednesday, November 12. Both sessions will be held in the CIL Commons on the first floor of the Landrum Bolling Center. Learn more about the more than 30 companies and organizations offering fully funded 2014 summer internships exclusively for Earlham students. Applications for these internships can be submitted through Symplicity. Details about each opportunity can be found at <http://tinyurl.com/mf26f5p>. The preferred deadline is 5:00 p.m., on Sunday, November 16. If you have questions, contact Mark Gaines at <gainema@earlham.edu>.


New Zealand Program Presentation of Learning

Members of the 2014 New Zealand Program will give a presentation of learning at Noon on Wednesday, November 5, in Dennis Hall - Room 110. A lunch with pizza will be provided. If you have been on a previous program or are considering doing off-campus study to New Zealand or elsewhere, you can learn what this program is all about. There will be fun stories, beautiful pictures and reflection.


Biology Colloquium

The next Biology Colloquium is at Noon on Thursday, November 6, in Stanley Hall - Room 044. Susan M.E. Smith, Ph.D., an associate professor at Kennesaw State University, will speak on "Recharging Bioluminescence with the voltage-gated proton channel, Hv1." Pizza will be provided.


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