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Leadership Development Series: Planning the Perfect Event

The Leadership Development Series presents the first topic of the spring semester: Planning the Perfect Event, on Tuesday, January 24th at 6:00pm in the Lynda Ballroom. Come learn the tips and tricks on how to make your event a success. From brainstorming to evaluation, every step of the process will be covered.

delivered by:Jason Chapman


Today, 4:30! Cutting-Edge Work: The Artistry of Surgical Identities in 19th Century Paris

Sarofim Visiting Artist and Scholar Series

Global Perspectives on Medicine and Health:

Part 2 of the International Studies Lecture Series


Cutting-Edge Work: The Artistry of Surgical Identities in 19th Century Paris

Mary Hunter

Department of Art History and Communication Studies, McGill University

Tuesday, January 24th

4:30 PM

Olin 110

Nineteenth-century surgical and artistic training were closely tied through their shared focus on the human body. Both practices required a connection of mental and manual ability and expert hand-eye coordination. Through a series of case studies, this paper will explore the bonds between surgical and artistic identities in late 19th century Paris, and address the historical particularities and contradictions of these intertwined masculinities.

Sponsored by the Art & Art History Department, International Studies Program, and Representing Gender Paideia Cluster.

delivered by:Katherine Hooker


Today, 12:15! Moving Pictures: The Lives of Photographs of the Dead at Roadside Car Crash Shrines

More info here

delivered by:Katherine Hooker


Guest Artist Concert: Bryan Hall, violin/viola

Sarofim School of Fine Arts’ Music Department is pleased to present violin/violist Bryan Hall

Hailed by Cincinnati City Beat as  “extraordinarily evocative” for his performances, Dr. Hall enjoys success as both a teacher and a performer. He has appeared on stage at Seattle University and South by Southwest in Austin, and has performed with the Austin Symphony Orchestra and Austin Lyric Opera. Dr. Hall joined the faculty at the University of Alaska at Fairbanks and will serve as Concertmaster of the Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra.


February 7, 2017

7:30PM | Alma Thomas Theater


Tickets are FREE for SU students, faculty, and staff

delivered by:Amara Yachimski


Guest Artist Concert: Kithara Duo

Sarofim School of Fine Arts’ Music Department is excited to present Kithara Duo.

Kithara Duo, an internationally acclaimed guitar duet, creates an engaging program blurring the lines between musicality and technique with an elegant presentation. The duo is home to an international award-winning composer (Olga Amelkina-Vera). Their two CDs have been widely recognized for their “beautiful sound,” “perfect ensemble,” and “subtle and expressive phrasing” (American Record Guide).


January 24, 2017

7:30pm | Alma Thomas Theater


Tickets are FREE for SU students, faculty, and staff

delivered by:Amara Yachimski


Summer Study Abroad Deadline - FEBRUARY 1st!!!

Don’t forget, the deadline for ALL summer study abroad applications is February 1st.  You must meet with the Office of Intercultural Learning before you can apply.  Come by and make an appointment today!    

delivered by:Cortney Carlson


Interpersonal Process Groups at the Counseling Center

Our Spring Interpersonal Process Groups are starting soon! Let us know if you are interested - they will fill up!

We have 3 groups this semester:

Tuesdays 12:30pm - 2pm (Led by Dr. Kylin Lee & Steve Stone, MS)

Wednesdays 10am - 11:30am (Led by Dr. Rachel McNally & Dr. Marie Worsham)

Wednesdays 1pm - 2:30pm (Led by Dr. Marie Worsham & Amy Blum, Masters student) 

These types of groups are unstructured closed groups, which meet weekly to discuss all sorts of issues. They are very effective at treating anxiety, depression, and relationship concerns. People often find tremendous support in group, as well as learn about their own interpersonal style. 

If interested, please contact the group leader: Dr. Worsham (, Dr. Rachel McNally ( or Group Coordinator Dr. Kylin Lee (

delivered by:Kylin Lee


Club, Organization, and Extracurricular Notices

FNL: SU Scavenger Hunt


February 3rd at 7:00pm FNL will be hosting the first ever SU Scavenger Hunt! 

This will be a night filled with adventure, prizes, and free pizza!

For rules and registration please go to:



delivered by:Kenly Gaynor


Community Service and Fund-Raising

Kendra Scott fan? Local fundraiser supports project graduation!

The EastView High School project graduation committee is hosting a Kendra Scott fundraiser on Thursday, Feburary 2 from 6-8 p.m. in the library.  If you are looking for great pieces, come support this great cause.

delivered by:Christine Bowman