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Monday, 16 September, 2019
Tuesday, 17 September, 2019
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    Whether you need help starting a resume or already have one, this workshop is for you. We will discuss the proper structure and content employers are looking for in addition to how to make your resume stand out. Reservations Required. Call 217-581-2412 or RSVP at: https://eiu-csm.symplicity.com/students/

    Tags: Career Services | Current Students
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    Students who need tips for conducting research are encouraged to attend free workshops at Booth Library.

    Seminar 1: Researching the Literature with Steve Brantley will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 17 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Sept. 19 in Room 4450 of the library.

    Topics to be covered are: - What are your online research destinations? - How do you know when you have enough? - Identify key journals and key databases. - Understand controlled vocabularies and how they can benefit your research. - Learn about open access, open research, and alternative sources for research.

    Seminar 2: Organizing your Reference Using Citation Management Software with Kirstin Duffin will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 24 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Sept. 26 in Room 4450 of the library.

    Topics to be covered are: - Save your sources to one convenient location and access via the cloud. - Create formatted citations and your reference section in seconds (really!). - Understand the software options and features in Mendeley and Zotero. - Export citation information using library databases.

    Seminar 3: Presenting Your Thesis (to the World) with Todd Bruns will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Oct. 3 in Witters Conference Room 4440.

    Topics to be covered are:

    - What happens to your thesis after you submit it? - Common pitfalls to avoid when preparing your thesis - How to optimize discovery of your thesis with metadata Register for the free seminars at https://library.eiu.edu/instruction/thesis101.html.  

    For more information contact Steve Brantley, head of Research, Engagement and Scholarship, at 581-7542 or jsbrantley@eiu.edu.

    Tags: Academic/Event Scheduling | Booth Library | Current Students | Graduate School | Graduate Student Advisory Council
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    Part of Latino Heritage Month Latino Trivia at the Newman Center.

    Tags: Alumni | Current Students | Faculty
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    Trivia night at Newman Center 

    Tags: Alumni | Current Students | Faculty
Wednesday, 18 September, 2019
Thursday, 19 September, 2019
Friday, 20 September, 2019
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    Dr. Rudy Banerjee, Department of Geography, IUPUI, has degrees ranging from GIS to Environmental Epidemiology and Architecture. He will be giving a talk, “Future Architecture for 1 Trillion Drone Trips!” on Friday September 20th, 2019 in Physical Science Building, Room 2060 from 11:00 to 11:50 am. All are WELCOME to attend!

    Tags: Alumni | Community | Current Students | Faculty
Saturday, 21 September, 2019
Tuesday, 24 September, 2019
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    meeting with prospective students in the main lobby

    Tags: Community | Current Students | Prospective Students
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    Soccer on the Quad--South Quad 

    Tags: Alumni | Current Students | Faculty
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    Join the Graduate Student Advisory Council for a dinner at Casa Del Mar on September 24th at 6pm. All graduate students are welcome! 

    Tags: Current Students | Graduate School | Graduate Student Advisory Council
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    Students who need tips for conducting research are encouraged to attend free workshops at Booth Library.

    Seminar 1: Researching the Literature with Steve Brantley will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 17 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Sept. 19 in Room 4450 of the library.

    Topics to be covered are: - What are your online research destinations? - How do you know when you have enough? - Identify key journals and key databases. - Understand controlled vocabularies and how they can benefit your research. - Learn about open access, open research, and alternative sources for research.

    Seminar 2: Organizing your References Using Citation Management Software with Kirstin Duffin will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 24 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Sept. 26 in Room 4450 of the library.

    Topics to be covered are: - Save your sources to one convenient location and access via the cloud. - Create formatted citations and your reference section in seconds (really!). - Understand the software options and features in Mendeley and Zotero. - Export citation information using library databases.

    Seminar 3: Presenting Your Thesis (to the World) with Todd Bruns will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Oct. 3 in Witters Conference Room 4440.

    Topics to be covered are:

    - What happens to your thesis after you submit it? - Common pitfalls to avoid when preparing your thesis - How to optimize discovery of your thesis with metadata Register for the free seminars at https://library.eiu.edu/instruction/thesis101.html.  

    For more information contact Steve Brantley, head of Research, Engagement and Scholarship, at 581-7542 or jsbrantley@eiu.edu.

    Tags: Academic/Event Scheduling | Booth Library | Current Students | Graduate School | Graduate Student Advisory Council | Workshop/Webinar
Wednesday, 25 September, 2019
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    Booth Library will host its FallBook Sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 25 outside the south entrance of the library.

    A large selection of books in all subject areas and hundreds of paperback fiction titles will be available for purchase. No patrons will be allowed to browse or purchase items prior to the 9 a.m. start time.

     All items have been donated by the campus and local communities. The proceeds from the sale are used to enhance library programs and services.

    In case of inclement weather, the sale will be postponed. For the latest information on scheduling, check the library website, www.library.eiu.edu, or find Booth Library on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

    Tags: Alumni | Booth Library | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Prospective Students
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    We will discuss why cover letters are important and how to properly target your skills to the employer's needs in a cover letter. Reservations Required. Call 217-581-2412 or RSVP at: https://eiu-csm.symplicity.com/students/

    Tags: Career Services | Current Students
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    “For All the People: A Century of Citizen Action in Health Care Reform,” an exhibit that celebrates the citizen groups that have tried to make quality health care accessible to all, will be on display at Booth Library from Sept. 23 through Nov. 2, 2019.
    The library will celebrate the opening of the exhibit with a special keynote presentation, “Social Determinants of Health,” by Darren Hendrickson, chair of the EIU Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology. The program will begin at 4 p.m. Sept. 25 in the library’s West Reading Room.
    The exhibit and all programs are free and open to the public. For more information on the exhibit, visit https://library.eiu.edu/exhibits/forallthepeople/.

    Tags: Alumni | Booth Library | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Prospective Students
Thursday, 26 September, 2019
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    Schedule a practice interview with a visiting employer. Get feedback on your answers to interview questions, and the questions you plan to ask employers. Real hiring agents have great hints on how to make you into the best candidate! Pre-Reservations Required. Call 217-581-2412.

    Tags: Career Services | Current Students
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    Students who need tips for conducting research are encouraged to attend free workshops at Booth Library.

    Seminar 1: Researching the Literature with Steve Brantley will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 17 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Sept. 19 in Room 4450 of the library.

    Topics to be covered are: - What are your online research destinations? - How do you know when you have enough? - Identify key journals and key databases. - Understand controlled vocabularies and how they can benefit your research. - Learn about open access, open research, and alternative sources for research.

    Seminar 2: Organizing your References Using Citation Management Software with Kirstin Duffin will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 24 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Sept. 26 in Room 4450 of the library.

    Topics to be covered are: - Save your sources to one convenient location and access via the cloud. - Create formatted citations and your reference section in seconds (really!). - Understand the software options and features in Mendeley and Zotero. - Export citation information using library databases.

    Seminar 3: Presenting Your Thesis (to the World) with Todd Bruns will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Oct. 3 in Witters Conference Room 4440.

    Topics to be covered are:

    - What happens to your thesis after you submit it? - Common pitfalls to avoid when preparing your thesis - How to optimize discovery of your thesis with metadata Register for the free seminars at https://library.eiu.edu/instruction/thesis101.html.  

    For more information contact Steve Brantley, head of Research, Engagement and Scholarship, at 581-7542 or jsbrantley@eiu.edu.

    Tags: Academic/Event Scheduling | Booth Library | Current Students | Graduate School | Graduate Student Advisory Council | Workshop/Webinar
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    “For All the People: A Century of Citizen Action in Health Care Reform,” an exhibit that celebrates the citizen groups that have tried to make quality health care accessible to all, will be on display at Booth Library from Sept. 23 through Nov. 2, 2019.
    Parish Nursing has evolved since the 1980’s to Faith Community Nursing. It involves a registered nurse blending their knowledge of health with their own spiritual beliefs.
    Did you know that over 500 nurses in central Illinois have completed the training to bring health ministry to their own congregation?
    Faith Roberts, RN, MSN is the  Executive Director Magnet, Pathway, Professional Practice and Parish Nursing at Carle Foundation Hospital and Carle Physician Group, Urbana, IL.
    The exhibit and all programs are free and open to the public. For more information on the exhibit, visit https://library.eiu.edu/exhibits/forallthepeople/.

    Tags: Alumni | Booth Library | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Prospective Students
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    Student Panel: What makes us feel Latinx

    Tags: Alumni | Current Students | Faculty | Prospective Students
Saturday, 28 September, 2019
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    Kevin and Paul Baumann, brothers, are very knowledgeable about local cemeteries and have visited many other cemeteries in their travels internationally. They will start the day with a PowerPoint presentation on Tombstone Art. In the afternoon, Roselawn-Mound Cemetery and Old City Cemetery will be toured, with Paul and Kevin as guides. One just might hear bagpipes in the background and see re-enactments of moments in the life of pioneers who lived long ago. In case of rain, we will meet back in the library (after lunch on your own) for afternoon stories of art in the lives of those who lived here in Coles County long ago.

    This event offered through a collaboration of:  Coles County Arts Council, Academy of Lifelong Learning, Coles County Historical Society and Coles County Genealogical Society

    Registration required by 9/23 at 581-5114.  $10 per person.  16 and under N/C.  

    Tags: Academy of Lifelong Learning | Alumni | Arts and Entertainment | Community | Conferences/Meetings | Current Students | Faculty | Lectures/Seminars | Prospective Students | Workshop/Webinar
Monday, 30 September, 2019
Tuesday, 01 October, 2019
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    Applying for jobs and internships should not be like going on a blind date! Learn how to research employers, what to look for and how to use this critical knowledge to your advantage. Reservations Required. Call 217-581-2412 or RSVP at: https://eiu-csm.symplicity.com/students/

    Tags: Career Services | Current Students
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    Students who need tips for conducting research are encouraged to attend free workshops at Booth Library.

    Seminar 1: Researching the Literature with Steve Brantley will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 17 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Sept. 19 in Room 4450 of the library.

    Topics to be covered are: - What are your online research destinations? - How do you know when you have enough? - Identify key journals and key databases. - Understand controlled vocabularies and how they can benefit your research. - Learn about open access, open research, and alternative sources for research.

    Seminar 2: Organizing your References Using Citation Management Software with Kirstin Duffin will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 24 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Sept. 26 in Room 4450 of the library.

    Topics to be covered are: - Save your sources to one convenient location and access via the cloud. - Create formatted citations and your reference section in seconds (really!). - Understand the software options and features in Mendeley and Zotero. - Export citation information using library databases.

    Seminar 3: Presenting your Thesis (to the World) with Todd Bruns will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Oct. 3 in Witters Conference Room 4440.

    Topics to be covered are:

    - What happens to your thesis after you submit it? - Common pitfalls to avoid when preparing your thesis - How to optimize discovery of your thesis with metadata Register for the free seminars at https://library.eiu.edu/instruction/thesis101.html.  

    For more information contact Steve Brantley, head of Research, Engagement and Scholarship, at 581-7542 or jsbrantley@eiu.edu.

    Tags: Academic/Event Scheduling | Booth Library | Current Students | Graduate School | Graduate Student Advisory Council | Workshop/Webinar
Wednesday, 02 October, 2019
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    Molly Bellamey, formerly on the National Road Association of Illinois Board of Directors, will educate on the purpose and funding of the road that began in 1811 in Cumberland, MD and ended in Vandalia, IL in 1837. She will describe pioneers who moved west, and how they managed the work and hardships of travel in the early 1800s. The National Scenic Byways Program will be examined along with things to see and do today along the Road in Illinois. Not to be missed, Molly's delightful children's book, Patch on the National Road, will be shared. Lucky attendees will go home with a copy!

    Offered by the Academy of Lifelong Learning.  Free and open to the public; registration requested at 581-5114. 

    Tags: Academic/Event Scheduling | Alumni | Community | Conferences/Meetings | Current Students | Faculty | Lectures/Seminars | Prospective Students | Workshop/Webinar
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    “For All the People: A Century of Citizen Action in Health Care Reform,” an exhibit that celebrates the citizen groups that have tried to make quality health care accessible to all, will be on display at Booth Library from Sept. 23 through Nov. 2, 2019.
    The arts and humanities play important roles in political reform movements: authors, artists, musicians, performers, and critics work to raise awareness, inspire empathy, and incite action. U.S. authors from different time periods and different cultural backgrounds have represented experiences related to reproductive health and rights activism since the 1890s, often in response to health care reform. This presentation analyzes several of these works in the context of various legal and social debates. The presentation includes discussion of sexuality, pregnancy, and abortion.
    Jeannie Ludlow is a professor of English and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at EIU. She has worked as a patient advocate/peer counselor at abortion clinics and as an antiracist advocate and trainer. Recent publications include “Graphic Abortion: The Grotesque in Diane Noomin’s 1990s Abortion Comics” in Feminist Formations (Summer 2019) and “Inappropriate/d Generations: Artifactual Pregnancy and Diffracted Choice in Comics Narratives” in Monstrous Women in Comics (forthcoming from University Press of Mississippi).
    The exhibit and all programs are free and open to the public. For more information on the exhibit, visit https://library.eiu.edu/exhibits/forallthepeople/.

    Tags: Alumni | Booth Library | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Prospective Students
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    2nd part of series "Why do we Migrate?"

    Tags: Alumni | Community | Current Students | Faculty
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    Learn how to make the most of a job fair: to build relationships, make employers remember you, what to say, when to come & how long to stay, and much more! Presented by Bob Berdelle, Enterprise Rent A Car. Reservations Preferred. Call 217-581-2412 or RSVP at: https://eiu-csm.symplicity.com/students/

    Tags: Career Services | Current Students
Thursday, 03 October, 2019
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    Students who need tips for conducting research are encouraged to attend free workshops at Booth Library.

    Seminar 1: Researching the Literature with Steve Brantley will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 17 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Sept. 19 in Room 4450 of the library.

    Topics to be covered are: - What are your online research destinations? - How do you know when you have enough? - Identify key journals and key databases. - Understand controlled vocabularies and how they can benefit your research. - Learn about open access, open research, and alternative sources for research.

    Seminar 2: Organizing your References Using Citation Management Software with Kirstin Duffin will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 24 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Sept. 26 in Room 4450 of the library.

    Topics to be covered are: - Save your sources to one convenient location and access via the cloud. - Create formatted citations and your reference section in seconds (really!). - Understand the software options and features in Mendeley and Zotero. - Export citation information using library databases.

    Seminar 3: Presenting your Thesis (to the World) with Todd Bruns will be offered from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Oct. 3 in Witters Conference Room 4440.

    Topics to be covered are:

    - What happens to your thesis after you submit it? - Common pitfalls to avoid when preparing your thesis - How to optimize discovery of your thesis with metadata Register for the free seminars at https://library.eiu.edu/instruction/thesis101.html.  

    For more information contact Steve Brantley, head of Research, Engagement and Scholarship, at 581-7542 or jsbrantley@eiu.edu.

    Tags: Academic/Event Scheduling | Booth Library | Current Students | Graduate School | Workshop/Webinar
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    Meet with recruiters from a wide variety of industries and locations. Find internships and jobs. Some employers will interview the next day! Do your research, bring your resumes and your confidence!! Learn more at: https://eiu-csm.symplicity.com/students

    Tags: Alumni | Career Services | Current Students | Faculty
Friday, 04 October, 2019
Saturday, 05 October, 2019
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    Join us for a lecture and workshop on the history and techniques of the humble String Quilt. Strips of scrap fabric, clothing, and anything cloth related were sewn together and referred to as 'strings'. Common amongst the thrifty quilter, these were useful and much loved for their warmth and artistry. We will follow the evolution of these String Quilts into the modern quilt movement today. Begin a small project wtih some basic sewing supplies as you design your own project with the basic string block. Listen, learn, and love to stitch? Bring a dish or snack to share at lunchtime and your drink, as we share stories of the quilts and quilters in our lives. Supply list will be sent to each registrant.

    Offered by the Academy of Lifelong Learning; taught by Jamie Willis.  

    Member price: $25  Non-member: $29

    Call 581-5114 to register by 9/25/19.

    Tags: Academy of Lifelong Learning | Alumni | Community | Conferences/Meetings | Current Students | Faculty | Prospective Students | Workshop/Webinar
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    Join us for a lecture and workshop on the history and techniques of the humble String Quilt. Strips of scrap fabric, clothing, and anything cloth related were sewn together and referred to as 'strings'. Common amongst the thrifty quilter, these were useful and much loved for their warmth and artistry. We will follow the evolution of these String Quilts into the modern quilt movement today. Begin a small project wtih some basic sewing supplies as you design your own project with the basic string block. Listen, learn, and love to stitch? Bring a dish or snack to share at lunchtime and your drink, as we share stories of the quilts and quilters in our lives. Supply list will be sent to each registrant.

    Offered through the Academy of Lifelong Learning, taught by Jamie Willis. 

    Academy Member price:$25

    Non-member price: $29

    Register at 581-5114 by 9/25/19. 

    Tags: Academy of Lifelong Learning | Alumni | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Lectures/Seminars | Prospective Students | Workshop/Webinar
Sunday, 06 October, 2019
Monday, 07 October, 2019
Tuesday, 08 October, 2019
Friday, 11 October, 2019
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    Please join us for the 3rd annual Making Excellence Inclusive: Together We RISE (Reaching Inclusivity for Student Excellence) Conference. 

    The conference features keynote speaker Dr. Mary Howard-Hamilton, author and the Bayh College of Education Coffman Distinguished Research Professor and Chair of the Department of Educational Leadership at Indiana State University.

    The conference also includes concurrent sessions with various topics related to diversity and inclusion as they relate to creating a climate that fosters student excellence. 

    Registration is free for members of the EIU community, $20 for non-EIU attendees, and $10 for non-EIU graduate students. 

    Visit the following link for more information: https://www.eiu.edu/mei/conference.php 

    Contact Jim Howley, conference planner, at jhowley@eiu.edu with questions.

    Tags: Community | Conferences/Meetings | Current Students | Diversity/Inclusive Excellence | Faculty
Monday, 14 October, 2019
Tuesday, 15 October, 2019
Wednesday, 16 October, 2019
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    “For All the People: A Century of Citizen Action in Health Care Reform,” an exhibit that celebrates the citizen groups that have tried to make quality health care accessible to all, will be on display at Booth Library from Sept. 23 through Nov. 2, 2019.
    One program part of this exhibit is “Root and Branch: The Search for Healing Among African Americans.” The talk would discuss the history of discrimination in medical access and treatment and how this exclusion led to a number of nontraditional treatments and cures, some of which are still believed to be effective today. The historical introduction should give context to some of the treatments discussed and provide for an understanding regarding distrust of contemporary medicine and the persistence of nontraditional cures today.
    Kevin Anderson, professor, Political Science
    Dr. Anderson (Ph.D. Missouri) teaches courses in American government, political theory and African American politics. Professor Anderson focuses his research on American and African American Political Thought, seeking to understand the tensions between individual liberty, collective good and American political values. His first book Agitations: Ideologies and Strategies in African American Politics (University of Arkansas Press 2010), explores this theme within African American politics. His second book is a co-authored work, State Voting Laws in America: Historical Statutes and Their Modern Implications (Palgrave Pivot 2015) with Professors Michael A. Smith of Emporia State University and Chapman Rackaway of the University of West Georgia. This book explores the history and evolving politics surrounding the right to vote in American politics. Professor Anderson has also published book chapters on media and politics and written a book chapter on working in the 1992 Presidential campaign.
    The exhibit and all programs are free and open to the public. For more information on the exhibit, visit https://library.eiu.edu/exhibits/forallthepeople/.

    Tags: Alumni | Booth Library | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Prospective Students
Thursday, 17 October, 2019
Friday, 18 October, 2019
Saturday, 19 October, 2019
Sunday, 20 October, 2019
Monday, 21 October, 2019
Tuesday, 22 October, 2019
Wednesday, 23 October, 2019
Thursday, 24 October, 2019
Friday, 25 October, 2019
Tuesday, 29 October, 2019
Wednesday, 30 October, 2019
Thursday, 31 October, 2019
Friday, 01 November, 2019
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    GSAC Meeting for all members at 11am

    Tags: Current Students | Graduate School | Graduate Student Advisory Council
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    Dr. Zhiwei Liu will briefly introduce the biological background of teas and the tea plant, the classification of teas and how they are made, and how to properly brew different kinds of teas. You will be then taken on a journey back into the Chinese history to find out how this little plant has become integrated in the Chinese culture, from poetry, to daily life of the average folks, and finally to become a government-controlled merchandise, and how these little leaves led the Middle Kingdom into a position to defend itself against invading western powers and eventually opened itself to the rest of the world, although reluctantly. While you immerse yourself in the fascinating stories of tea, you will be invited to taste several of Dr. Liu’s favorite teas directly from China.

    Offered by the Academy of Lifelong Learning; instructed by Dr. Zhiwei Liu, hosted by The Cafe, Klehm Hall.  Seating is limited - registration requested at 217-581-5114 by 10/28.  

    Tags: Academy of Lifelong Learning | Alumni | Community | Conferences/Meetings | Current Students | Faculty | Lectures/Seminars | Prospective Students | Workshop/Webinar
Saturday, 02 November, 2019
Monday, 04 November, 2019
Wednesday, 06 November, 2019
Friday, 08 November, 2019
Sunday, 10 November, 2019
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    Before the hustle and bustle of the coming holiday season arrives, plan to
    spend a relaxing Sunday afternoon with us, the Past~Forward Memoir Writers.
    Our members, all local writers, will entertain you with a full line up of stories that
    are funny, exciting, thought provoking, seasonal, or just quirky. Not only is memoir a joy to write and read, but also hear, especially when presented by the author. Let us entertain you. 

    Promoted by the Academy of Lifelong Learning; presented by the Past~Forward Memoir Writers.  Free and open to the public.  

    Tags: Academy of Lifelong Learning | Alumni | Community | Conferences/Meetings | Current Students | Faculty
Tuesday, 12 November, 2019
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    Booth Library's University Archives & Special Collections and the Illinois Regional Archives Depository (IRAD) housed within it are unique resources on the EIU campus. The University Archives houses the 1895 Old Main time capsule, Garner Sheet Music Collection, and an oral history interview collection. The Archives serve to preserve University history through photographs, documents, faculty manuscript collections, and other diverse ephemera. Booth Library’s Special Collections represent a broader range of resources, including postcard collections, regional history related resources, and rare bound volumes from as far back as the 17th century.

    Bill Schultz, Jr., Cataloging Librarian who also serves as the Interim Head of the University Archives & Special Collections will provide an overview of the University Archives, Special Collections and IRAD. He will show examples of the types of records and documents that can be found in each area, discuss archival practices to organize and preserve such materials, and also present an orientation to this department’s online archival resources. He will also touch on how individuals can take steps to preserve their own physical and digital collections. The session will last approximately 90 minutes and will include a tour of the University Archives.

    Offered through the Academy of Lifelong Learning; free and open to the public. Registration requested by 11/11/19 at #581-5114.

    Tags: Academy of Lifelong Learning | Alumni | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Lectures/Seminars | Prospective Students | Workshop/Webinar
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    Historian Christy Pichichero, George Mason University

    Tags: Alumni | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Prospective Students
Thursday, 14 November, 2019
Friday, 15 November, 2019
Saturday, 16 November, 2019
Sunday, 17 November, 2019
Tuesday, 19 November, 2019
Wednesday, 04 December, 2019
Thursday, 05 December, 2019
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    FREE ADMISSION ~ OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

    Please join us at the 33rd Annual Holiday Art Sale where you will find a wide selection of holiday gifts in all price ranges.  All items are handmade by local artists.

    The primary purpose of this sale is to assist the Department of Art+Design in raising funds for scholarships for our art majors.

    December 5 – December 8, 2019

    • December 5 – 5:00pm - 8:00pm
    • December 6&7 10:00am - 8:00pm
    • December 8 –   1:00pm - 6:00pm

    Doudna Fine Arts Center – Main Concourse

    Tags: Alumni | Art Department | Arts and Entertainment | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Prospective Students
Friday, 06 December, 2019
Saturday, 07 December, 2019
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    FREE ADMISSION ~ OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

    Please join us at the 33rd Annual Holiday Art Sale where you will find a wide selection of holiday gifts in all price ranges.  All items are handmade by local artists.

    The primary purpose of this sale is to assist the Department of Art+Design in raising funds for scholarships for our art majors.

    December 5 – December 8, 2019

    • December 5 – 5:00pm - 8:00pm
    • December 6&7 10:00am - 8:00pm
    • December 8 –   1:00pm - 6:00pm

    Doudna Fine Arts Center – Main Concourse

    Tags: Alumni | Art Department | Arts and Entertainment | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Prospective Students
Sunday, 08 December, 2019
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    FREE ADMISSION ~ OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

    Please join us at the 33rd Annual Holiday Art Sale where you will find a wide selection of holiday gifts in all price ranges.  All items are handmade by local artists.

    The primary purpose of this sale is to assist the Department of Art+Design in raising funds for scholarships for our art majors.

    December 5 – December 8, 2019

    • December 5 – 5:00pm - 8:00pm
    • December 6&7 10:00am - 8:00pm
    • December 8 –   1:00pm - 6:00pm

    Doudna Fine Arts Center – Main Concourse

    Tags: Alumni | Art Department | Arts and Entertainment | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Prospective Students
Monday, 13 January, 2020
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