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West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine Tabling in Runyan

Looking at Medical Schools? Interested in exploring the field of osteopathic medicine? The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine will be tabling in the Runyan Center Hallway on Monday, February 27th, from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Stop by for information on osteopathic medicine, admissions requirements and financial aid. Visit <www.wvsom.edu> for more information about the medical school. For more information about the event, please contact Mike Deibel at <deibemi@earlham.edu>.


Convocation: Sandra Steingraber

Biologist and author Sandra Steingraber writes about climate change, ecology and the links between human health and the environment. As a distinguished scholar in residence at Ithaca College in New York, Steingraber continues to spread awareness and point at important social and environmental issues in our society. Steingraber has been named Women of the Year by Treehugger, and one of 25 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World by the Utne Reader. The convocation is at 1 p.m. on March 1 in Goddard Auditorium.


Post-Bac in Software Development

The Indiana Pathways Grant, in partnership with Green Filing LLC is excited to announce a new Post-Bac opportunity in Software Development. The duties of this position will be tailored to the skills and interest of the selected candidate but will include some of the following, frontend web development in HTML, CSS, GWT, JS; backend web development in Java, PostgreSQL, XML, WebServices; PDF data extraction and manipulation; and database and/or system administration. To view the the full job description and apply for this opportunity visit <https://earlham-csm.symplicity.com/sso/students/?s=jobs&ss=jobs&mode=form&id=82ef71f5a8e68c01892edd6b9aa0d6fb> or contact Caitlin Fleenor at <fleenca@earlham.edu> for more information.


Artrageous: Art and Music Gone Wild

Artrageous is an interactive art and music experience, which takes people on a unique visual journey packed with wild inspiration, creativity and fun on Sunday, March 12, at 4 p.m. in Goddard Auditorium. The Artrageous troupe of artists, musicians, singers and dancers pay tribute to a variety of art forms, pop icons and musical genres culminating in a gallery of fabulous finished paintings. The result is a one of a kind crossover experience. The signature of the Artrageous troupe is interaction and engagement, so be prepared to be a part of the show. Tickets are required and cost $10/adults, $5/seniors and students. One free ticket with Earlham ID. Box Office is in Runyan Center and is open Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. during the academic year. Cash, check or VISA/MasterCard are accepted. Make reservations by calling the Box Office, 765-983-1474, or at <EarlhamCollegeEvents.eventbrite.com>.


Theatre Nohgaku: Blue Moon Over Memphis

Richard Emmert ’72 brings Blue Moon Over Memphis, a uniquely powerful theatrical experience, to Earldom on Wednesday, March 15, at 7 p.m. in Goddard Auditorium. Blue Moon Over Memphis is a Noh performance about one of the first global celebrity casualties, Elvis Presley, that explores the relationship between celebrity and humanity. One of the oldest continuing stage arts, Noh combines highly stylized dance, chant, music, mask and costume with intense inner concentration and physical discipline. Theatre Nohgaku, by promoting this centuries-old astonishing Japanese art tradition, aspires to share Noh’s beauty and power globally. Co-sponsored by Japanese Studies Program. Tickets are required and cost $10/adults, $5/seniors and students. One free ticket with Earlham ID. Box Office is in Runyan Center and is open Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. during the academic year. Cash, check or VISA/MasterCard are accepted. Make reservations by calling the Box Office, 765-983-1474, or at <earlhamcollegeevents.eventbrite.com>.


Looking for Baccalaureate Speakers

Seniors, do you know someone who would represent your class well by sharing Earlham experiences on behalf of the class? If so, please send your recommendations (up to 4) to Susan Wilson at <wilsosu@earlham.edu> by March 3.


Service Award Nominations Sought

Help us by suggesting recipients for one or more of the following awards which will be awarded at the Bonner Senior Dinner and Celebration of Service on Wednesday, April 19. Send the name(s) you wish to recommend with a brief explanation of accomplishments and why you are recommending them to Jana Schroeder at <schroja@earlham.edu> by Monday, February 27. David Koch '66 Award in Public Service is presented to a student who is an active volunteer and who intends to continue volunteering after graduation, but not necessarily a career in public service. For the Karen Keller LaFollette Award, candidates must have a commitment to social service, in view of past actions as well as future plans, and a strong commitment to social justice and/or world peace. Community Partner Person of the Year is someone who works or volunteers with a community agency who has gone above and beyond expectations to educate, mentor and support EC students in their community-based service and learning activities. Community Partner Agency of the Year recipient will be a nonprofit, governmental or educational agency or organization which has an extraordinary commitment to encouraging the involvement of EC students and faculty and has provided significant opportunities for student learning and service. Faculty Collaborator of the Year award will be presented to an EC faculty member with a commitment to community-based learning by incorporating community-based projects into courses and who models an inclusive and collaborative relationship with community partners.


Apply to Live in JCC

If you are a Jewish student, study Judaism or religion, or are just interested in the Jewish tradition and community consider living in JCC. There are multiple spots opening up in the fall including the chance for a single or a spacious double. Fill out the application here, <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1DB4QD7Ch3d-N3XbK3OHKYb4XfjaXEyBbcVMxn9VHtNQ/edit?usp=sharing>. If you have any questions please contact Rachel Wilkins, <riwilki15@earlham.edu>, or Raven Thibodeaux, <rsthibo15@earlham.edu>.


Leave Your Mark on EC: Be Part of the All Class Gift Committee

Join fellow students as members of the All Class Gift Committee and start your legacy of supporting the College. Through a collective effort, students have the opportunity to create a giving effort toward a special gift from the current generation of students and leave their mark on Earlham. Take your first step toward becoming proud alumni of Earlham. Join the All Class Gift Committee today. To learn more and/or join the committee, contact Gail Connerley in the Institutional Advancement Office at <gailc@earlham.edu> or visit her in Carpenter 100.


Need a Destresser? Paint a Dresser!

Come join us to paint the new free store dresser on Saturday, March 4th, from 1 - 3 p.m. on The Heart. Help make the dresser look nice and learn more about the free store. We will have hot chocolate and cookies.


Apply for a Science Summer Collaborative Research Position

Science Summer Collaborative Research applications are due on Wednesday, March 1. You can find the job posting in Symplicity by going to "Jobs, Internships, Student Employment" and then to "Current Opportunities." Once there, you can search for Science Summer Collaborative Research via the search bar. You can also find the job posting by following this link: <http://bit.ly/2l513xP>. The link for the application is at the top right of the job posting under "How to Apply." If you have questions or run into trouble please contact Corey Fritz at <fritzco@earlham.edu>.


Women of Color House Interest Form

Hello, Ladies. Our Women of Color House has been approved for the 2017-2018 academic year. This is very exciting because (to our knowledge) this has never been done before. We have been offered a house that can fit 11 WoC and we currently have two open spots. We would like to put this information request and application out to see if any WoC on campus are interested in joining us next year. Follow this link to our interest form: <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe1CAMYrtgJTmHADIgSYVZCyKn78cGztwGPDAH2e7zWyfYe1Q/viewform>. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Raven Thibodeaux (rsthibo15@earlham.edu) or Maya Luney (mtluney13@earlham.edu).


West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine Tabling in Runyan

Looking at Medical Schools? Interested in exploring the field of osteopathic medicine? The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine will be tabling in the Runyan Center Hallway on Monday, February 27th, from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Stop by for information on osteopathic medicine, admissions requirements and financial aid. Visit <www.wvsom.edu> for more information about the medical school. For more information about the event, please contact Mike Deibel at <deibemi@earlham.edu>.


Convocation: Sandra Steingraber

Biologist and author Sandra Steingraber writes about climate change, ecology and the links between human health and the environment. As a distinguished scholar in residence at Ithaca College in New York, Steingraber continues to spread awareness and point at important social and environmental issues in our society. Steingraber has been named Women of the Year by Treehugger, and one of 25 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World by the Utne Reader. The convocation is at 1 p.m. on March 1 in Goddard Auditorium.


Post-Bac in Software Development

The Indiana Pathways Grant, in partnership with Green Filing LLC is excited to announce a new Post-Bac opportunity in Software Development. The duties of this position will be tailored to the skills and interest of the selected candidate but will include some of the following, frontend web development in HTML, CSS, GWT, JS; backend web development in Java, PostgreSQL, XML, WebServices; PDF data extraction and manipulation; and database and/or system administration. To view the the full job description and apply for this opportunity visit <https://earlham-csm.symplicity.com/sso/students/?s=jobs&ss=jobs&mode=form&id=82ef71f5a8e68c01892edd6b9aa0d6fb> or contact Caitlin Fleenor at <fleenca@earlham.edu> for more information.


Artrageous: Art and Music Gone Wild

Artrageous is an interactive art and music experience, which takes people on a unique visual journey packed with wild inspiration, creativity and fun on Sunday, March 12, at 4 p.m. in Goddard Auditorium. The Artrageous troupe of artists, musicians, singers and dancers pay tribute to a variety of art forms, pop icons and musical genres culminating in a gallery of fabulous finished paintings. The result is a one of a kind crossover experience. The signature of the Artrageous troupe is interaction and engagement, so be prepared to be a part of the show. Tickets are required and cost $10/adults, $5/seniors and students. One free ticket with Earlham ID. Box Office is in Runyan Center and is open Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. during the academic year. Cash, check or VISA/MasterCard are accepted. Make reservations by calling the Box Office, 765-983-1474, or at <EarlhamCollegeEvents.eventbrite.com>.


Theatre Nohgaku: Blue Moon Over Memphis

Richard Emmert ’72 brings Blue Moon Over Memphis, a uniquely powerful theatrical experience, to Earldom on Wednesday, March 15, at 7 p.m. in Goddard Auditorium. Blue Moon Over Memphis is a Noh performance about one of the first global celebrity casualties, Elvis Presley, that explores the relationship between celebrity and humanity. One of the oldest continuing stage arts, Noh combines highly stylized dance, chant, music, mask and costume with intense inner concentration and physical discipline. Theatre Nohgaku, by promoting this centuries-old astonishing Japanese art tradition, aspires to share Noh’s beauty and power globally. Co-sponsored by Japanese Studies Program. Tickets are required and cost $10/adults, $5/seniors and students. One free ticket with Earlham ID. Box Office is in Runyan Center and is open Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. during the academic year. Cash, check or VISA/MasterCard are accepted. Make reservations by calling the Box Office, 765-983-1474, or at <earlhamcollegeevents.eventbrite.com>.


Looking for Baccalaureate Speakers

Seniors, do you know someone who would represent your class well by sharing Earlham experiences on behalf of the class? If so, please send your recommendations (up to 4) to Susan Wilson at <wilsosu@earlham.edu> by March 3.


Service Award Nominations Sought

Help us by suggesting recipients for one or more of the following awards which will be awarded at the Bonner Senior Dinner and Celebration of Service on Wednesday, April 19. Send the name(s) you wish to recommend with a brief explanation of accomplishments and why you are recommending them to Jana Schroeder at <schroja@earlham.edu> by Monday, February 27. David Koch '66 Award in Public Service is presented to a student who is an active volunteer and who intends to continue volunteering after graduation, but not necessarily a career in public service. For the Karen Keller LaFollette Award, candidates must have a commitment to social service, in view of past actions as well as future plans, and a strong commitment to social justice and/or world peace. Community Partner Person of the Year is someone who works or volunteers with a community agency who has gone above and beyond expectations to educate, mentor and support EC students in their community-based service and learning activities. Community Partner Agency of the Year recipient will be a nonprofit, governmental or educational agency or organization which has an extraordinary commitment to encouraging the involvement of EC students and faculty and has provided significant opportunities for student learning and service. Faculty Collaborator of the Year award will be presented to an EC faculty member with a commitment to community-based learning by incorporating community-based projects into courses and who models an inclusive and collaborative relationship with community partners.


Apply to Live in JCC

If you are a Jewish student, study Judaism or religion, or are just interested in the Jewish tradition and community consider living in JCC. There are multiple spots opening up in the fall including the chance for a single or a spacious double. Fill out the application here, <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1DB4QD7Ch3d-N3XbK3OHKYb4XfjaXEyBbcVMxn9VHtNQ/edit?usp=sharing>. If you have any questions please contact Rachel Wilkins, <riwilki15@earlham.edu>, or Raven Thibodeaux, <rsthibo15@earlham.edu>.


Leave Your Mark on EC: Be Part of the All Class Gift Committee

Join fellow students as members of the All Class Gift Committee and start your legacy of supporting the College. Through a collective effort, students have the opportunity to create a giving effort toward a special gift from the current generation of students and leave their mark on Earlham. Take your first step toward becoming proud alumni of Earlham. Join the All Class Gift Committee today. To learn more and/or join the committee, contact Gail Connerley in the Institutional Advancement Office at <gailc@earlham.edu> or visit her in Carpenter 100.


Need a Destresser? Paint a Dresser!

Come join us to paint the new free store dresser on Saturday, March 4th, from 1 - 3 p.m. on The Heart. Help make the dresser look nice and learn more about the free store. We will have hot chocolate and cookies.


Apply for a Science Summer Collaborative Research Position

Science Summer Collaborative Research applications are due on Wednesday, March 1. You can find the job posting in Symplicity by going to "Jobs, Internships, Student Employment" and then to "Current Opportunities." Once there, you can search for Science Summer Collaborative Research via the search bar. You can also find the job posting by following this link: <http://bit.ly/2l513xP>. The link for the application is at the top right of the job posting under "How to Apply." If you have questions or run into trouble please contact Corey Fritz at <fritzco@earlham.edu>.


Women of Color House Interest Form

Hello, Ladies. Our Women of Color House has been approved for the 2017-2018 academic year. This is very exciting because (to our knowledge) this has never been done before. We have been offered a house that can fit 11 WoC and we currently have two open spots. We would like to put this information request and application out to see if any WoC on campus are interested in joining us next year. Follow this link to our interest form: <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe1CAMYrtgJTmHADIgSYVZCyKn78cGztwGPDAH2e7zWyfYe1Q/viewform>. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Raven Thibodeaux (rsthibo15@earlham.edu) or Maya Luney (mtluney13@earlham.edu).


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