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Job Talk by Spanish and Hispanic Studies Faculty Candidate Pedro A. Aguilera-Mellado

There will be a "Job Talk" by Pedro A. Aguilera-Mellado, a candidate for a Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish and Hispanic Studies position on Thursday, February 22, at 4:00 p.m., in Carpenter Hall 213. The title of his talk is "'Archaisms' in Liberal and Neoliberal Spain: Death, Dictatorship, and Democracy (1808-2011)," and it will be presented in English. Everyone is welcome.


Bracketology 101

Role play as one of the members of the NCAA Men’s Division 1 Basketball Tournament Selection Committee and create the bracket for the tournament using the NCAA’s actual data and rules of bracketology. When: Monday, February 26th, 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. in the Digital Liberal Arts Lab, Lilly Library, Room 204. Seating is limited. To register, email Matt Brown, QR Center Director, <brownma@earlham.edu>.


Student Art Sale

The Art Department's second annual Student Art Sale is now accepting artists. If you would like to sell work, register at <https://goo.gl/forms/OUUcZUKvEP9b491z1>. All questions, comments and concerns can be taken up with Amanda Johnson at <ajohns14@earlham.edu>.


Day of Mindfulness at Mindfulness (Hicks) House

Is the semester moving a little too fast for you? Need time to slow down and take in the present? Come on over to Day of Mindfulness at Mindfulness House on Saturday, March 3. We will be holding events such as aroma therapy, guided meditation, arts and crafts, yoga and more. Feel free to stop by for just a few activities or to spend the day with us. All are welcome.


Apply to Live in Japan House

Are you interested in Japanese language and culture? Do you want to live in an intentional community based around speaking and learning Japanese? Japan House (Russell House) is accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year. The link is here: <https://goo.gl/forms/PfAklRzyb8sHT60w2>. Applications are due Saturday, February 24th, at midnight.


History Pizza Lunch

You are invited to come and listen to the stories of all the faculty in the history department. "Tales of Graduate School: How We Became Historians--and You Can, Too" will be on Tuesday, February 20th, in LBC 208 at noon. Pizza and drinks are included.


Poetry Reading at ESR

You are invited to join the ESR community on Wednesday, February 21st, for a poetry reading by alumnus Marlys Mary Collins. We will begin at noon in the ESR Center dining room with a brown bag lunch, with her reading to follow. She will read from her first self-published book, Smiling at the Sky, as well as her new book of poetry, The Dolphin and Other Poems, which is soon to be published by Finishing Line Press. Marlys will have copies of her first book for sale, and will be taking pre-orders for The Dolphin and Other Poems, which will be available in May. Collins has won several awards for her poetry, holds a M.Div. from ESR, and teaches writing at Ivy Tech Community College in Richmond. Come support Marlys, enjoy some wonderful poetry, and spend time with the ESR community. For more information on her latest book, visit <https://www.finishinglinepress.com/product/the-dolphin-and-other-poems-by-marlys-collins/>.


Middlefork Reservoir Revitalization Survey

The current class of environmental studies seniors are working with the Richmond Parks and Recreation Department to revitalize and improve the facilities at Middlefork Reservoir on the Northeast side of town. To do this, we're reaching out to both the Earlham and larger Richmond communities to gauge public interest and opinions. This survey should only take a few minutes to fill out, and everyone's participation would be greatly appreciated. You can find the survey here: <https://goo.gl/forms/285VZBWm3GzUTWar1>.


Apply to Live at Interfaith (Thornburg)

Interfaith House (Thornburg) is looking for applicants who are interested in crafting intentional community together around our diverse religious and spiritual beliefs and practices. If you're looking for a place to share meals together, have conversations about your beliefs, and develop the spiritual practice of doing dishes, Interfaith might be the home for you. Applications are due on Friday, February 23rd, at 11:59 p.m. Contact Caitlin Corrigan-Orosco (ccorri15) or Emma Turcotte (esturco14) with any questions Apply here: <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1K3PXEWt9MYKTRILqe_eOK3lFaPChz9tIHuIOnR7Swq8/edit>.


Museums Changing Lives: Reception and Conversation

How do storytelling, technology and museums come together to change people's lives? Meet exhibit designers and founders of Tesselate Studio, Joe Karadin and Emily Conrad (EC '00), to learn about their innovative work in these fields. Please join us for a welcome reception and conversation on Thursday, February 22nd, from 4 - 5 p.m. in the Joseph Moore Museum lobby. Cookies and beverages provided.


Owl Prowl

Have you ever heard an owl before? Now is your chance. Join us this from 8 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. on Friday, February 23rd, for a night hike through back campus in hopes of discovering a nesting pair of Barred Owls. Dress warmly and come learn about our Indiana owls, and what makes them so unique. Meet in front of the Earlham football stadium.


Live In Miller Farm House

Interested in farming, gardening or sustainable living? Looking to live in a house full of yummy produce and learning opportunities? Fry house may be the home for you. Please apply by completing all answers in the form in the link below and submitting by Monday, February 25th, 12:00 p.m. (Eastern Time). Form: <https://goo.gl/forms/2Tx7ZWXH1DCIJfVY2>


Collaborative Project in Bengaluru, India

Three students and faculty leader Raja Krishnan will help implement a project plan that high school students have come up with to address specific needs in their community. We will partner with the high school and an independent group that has worked with the students to help frame the issues and possible ways forward. All expenses directly related to this opportunity will be covered by the CSJ: travel to and from Bengaluru, meals, lodging, visits within Bengaluru, recommended vaccinations, and visas. Not included are transportation to and from the airport for your flight and incidentals. This project will take place during a 4-6 week period between mid-June and early August. Students may commit 4-6 weeks. Interested? Questions? Contact faculty leader Rajaram Krishnan, <krishra@earlham.edu>, 765.983.1301. For more details: <https://earlham.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1348338>.


College Meeting for Worship

Ahmed Khanani, assistant professor of politics, will speak on “Thinking about Home” at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25 at Stout Meetinghouse. All are welcome.


Job Talk by Spanish and Hispanic Studies Faculty Candidate Pedro A. Aguilera-Mellado

There will be a "Job Talk" by Pedro A. Aguilera-Mellado, a candidate for a Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish and Hispanic Studies position on Thursday, February 22, at 4:00 p.m., in Carpenter Hall 213. The title of his talk is "'Archaisms' in Liberal and Neoliberal Spain: Death, Dictatorship, and Democracy (1808-2011)," and it will be presented in English. Everyone is welcome.


Bracketology 101

Role play as one of the members of the NCAA Men’s Division 1 Basketball Tournament Selection Committee and create the bracket for the tournament using the NCAA’s actual data and rules of bracketology. When: Monday, February 26th, 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. in the Digital Liberal Arts Lab, Lilly Library, Room 204. Seating is limited. To register, email Matt Brown, QR Center Director, <brownma@earlham.edu>.


Student Art Sale

The Art Department's second annual Student Art Sale is now accepting artists. If you would like to sell work, register at <https://goo.gl/forms/OUUcZUKvEP9b491z1>. All questions, comments and concerns can be taken up with Amanda Johnson at <ajohns14@earlham.edu>.


Day of Mindfulness at Mindfulness (Hicks) House

Is the semester moving a little too fast for you? Need time to slow down and take in the present? Come on over to Day of Mindfulness at Mindfulness House on Saturday, March 3. We will be holding events such as aroma therapy, guided meditation, arts and crafts, yoga and more. Feel free to stop by for just a few activities or to spend the day with us. All are welcome.


Apply to Live in Japan House

Are you interested in Japanese language and culture? Do you want to live in an intentional community based around speaking and learning Japanese? Japan House (Russell House) is accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year. The link is here: <https://goo.gl/forms/PfAklRzyb8sHT60w2>. Applications are due Saturday, February 24th, at midnight.


History Pizza Lunch

You are invited to come and listen to the stories of all the faculty in the history department. "Tales of Graduate School: How We Became Historians--and You Can, Too" will be on Tuesday, February 20th, in LBC 208 at noon. Pizza and drinks are included.


Seeking IRB Student Members

The IRB, which is responsible for ensuring research conducted with people is done ethically, is seeking two new student members for 2018-2019. Serving on the IRB is a relatively low workload, and lets you learn about a variety of research studies happening both on and off campus. If you are interested in applying for the position please fill out an application here: http://bit.ly/IRBstudent2018. We will begin reviewing applications on March 1. Any Earlham student who will be here in the 2018-2019 school year is eligible to apply. They do not have to do research with humans. If you have questions, let Rachael Reavis <reavira@earlham.edu> know.


Poetry Reading at ESR

You are invited to join the ESR community on Wednesday, February 21st, for a poetry reading by alumnus Marlys Mary Collins. We will begin at noon in the ESR Center dining room with a brown bag lunch, with her reading to follow. She will read from her first self-published book, Smiling at the Sky, as well as her new book of poetry, The Dolphin and Other Poems, which is soon to be published by Finishing Line Press. Marlys will have copies of her first book for sale, and will be taking pre-orders for The Dolphin and Other Poems, which will be available in May. Collins has won several awards for her poetry, holds a M.Div. from ESR, and teaches writing at Ivy Tech Community College in Richmond. Come support Marlys, enjoy some wonderful poetry, and spend time with the ESR community. For more information on her latest book, visit <https://www.finishinglinepress.com/product/the-dolphin-and-other-poems-by-marlys-collins/>.


Middlefork Reservoir Revitalization Survey

The current class of environmental studies seniors are working with the Richmond Parks and Recreation Department to revitalize and improve the facilities at Middlefork Reservoir on the Northeast side of town. To do this, we're reaching out to both the Earlham and larger Richmond communities to gauge public interest and opinions. This survey should only take a few minutes to fill out, and everyone's participation would be greatly appreciated. You can find the survey here: <https://goo.gl/forms/285VZBWm3GzUTWar1>.


Apply to Live at Interfaith (Thornburg)

Interfaith House (Thornburg) is looking for applicants who are interested in crafting intentional community together around our diverse religious and spiritual beliefs and practices. If you're looking for a place to share meals together, have conversations about your beliefs, and develop the spiritual practice of doing dishes, Interfaith might be the home for you. Applications are due on Friday, February 23rd, at 11:59 p.m. Contact Caitlin Corrigan-Orosco (ccorri15) or Emma Turcotte (esturco14) with any questions Apply here: <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1K3PXEWt9MYKTRILqe_eOK3lFaPChz9tIHuIOnR7Swq8/edit>.


Museums Changing Lives: Reception and Conversation

How do storytelling, technology and museums come together to change people's lives? Meet exhibit designers and founders of Tesselate Studio, Joe Karadin and Emily Conrad (EC '00), to learn about their innovative work in these fields. Please join us for a welcome reception and conversation on Thursday, February 22nd, from 4 - 5 p.m. in the Joseph Moore Museum lobby. Cookies and beverages provided.


Owl Prowl

Have you ever heard an owl before? Now is your chance. Join us this from 8 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. on Friday, February 23rd, for a night hike through back campus in hopes of discovering a nesting pair of Barred Owls. Dress warmly and come learn about our Indiana owls, and what makes them so unique. Meet in front of the Earlham football stadium.


Live In Miller Farm House

Interested in farming, gardening or sustainable living? Looking to live in a house full of yummy produce and learning opportunities? Fry house may be the home for you. Please apply by completing all answers in the form in the link below and submitting by Monday, February 25th, 12:00 p.m. (Eastern Time). Form: <https://goo.gl/forms/2Tx7ZWXH1DCIJfVY2>


Collaborative Project in Bengaluru, India

Three students and faculty leader Raja Krishnan will help implement a project plan that high school students have come up with to address specific needs in their community. We will partner with the high school and an independent group that has worked with the students to help frame the issues and possible ways forward. All expenses directly related to this opportunity will be covered by the CSJ: travel to and from Bengaluru, meals, lodging, visits within Bengaluru, recommended vaccinations, and visas. Not included are transportation to and from the airport for your flight and incidentals. This project will take place during a 4-6 week period between mid-June and early August. Students may commit 4-6 weeks. Interested? Questions? Contact faculty leader Rajaram Krishnan, <krishra@earlham.edu>, 765.983.1301. For more details: <https://earlham.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1348338>.


College Meeting for Worship

Ahmed Khanani, assistant professor of politics, will speak on “Thinking about Home” at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25 at Stout Meetinghouse. All are welcome.


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