Are you graduating this semester or student teaching in the spring? Join us for the Spring 2023 Graduation Fair to take care of your graduation checklist. You can confirm your degree requirements with your record analyst, apply for graduation, RSVP for commencement, prep for your diploma, get your finances in order, purchase a cap and gown, receive resume critiques, snap a graduation photo, record a video message for your family and friends, enjoy refreshments, and register for prizes! See you there!
Outgoing Subawards & Subcontracts - RSP Training Series
Wednesday, March 22, 2023 - 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Part of the RSP Training Series - This session focuses on an overview of subawards and subcontracts – their elements and when to utilize a subaward versus a subcontract (pre-award) and once you’ve received the prime award (post-award) – roles & responsibilities, subaward invoice approval, subrecipient monitoring and subaward amendments. The subject matter is geared towards researchers, project directors, and those newer to subawards; however, all are welcome.
A training created by Active Minds that provides steps that everyone can take in helping other people deal with everyday struggles. Learn how to listen and respond to others in a helpful way. This training is similar to the QPR training, however it is more broadly applicable.
Location: Wellness & Recreation Center (WRC) Rm 155
Death and the Body in the Eighteenth-Century Novel demonstrates that archives continually speak to the period’s rising funeral and mourning culture, as well as the increasing commodification of death and mourning typically associated with nineteenth-century practices. Drawing on a variety of historical discourses—such as wills, undertaking histories, medical treatises and textbooks, anatomical studies, philosophical treatises and religious tracts and sermons—the book contributes to a fuller understanding of the history of death in the Enlightenment and its narrative transformation.