2022 Campus & Community Events

Are you interested in attending a dialogue, performance, workshop, or other event that advances equity, diversity, and/or inclusion in our community? See the list below about campus and community events occurring during the Spring 2022 semester. Some events are held in person, while others will take place in a virtual or hybrid format - click the associated link for each event to find out specific details.

This list will be updated throughout the semester to include upcoming events as our office becomes aware of them. If you would like to recommend an event to be added to this list, please contact us with any event details, graphics/flyers, and a link with more information. These materials can be sent via email to diversity@fsu.edu.

 

Fall Events

September

Recurring Events:

Tuesday, 9/13-11/15: Alliance Francaise of Tallahassee-Beginning French

You will learn basic French so that you will be able to communicate and understand everyday information. You will be able to introduce yourself and talk about yourself and ask simple questions. French 1- In-Person: 5:30pm. French 2- Online: 7pm. French 3- Online: 10am.

Wednesday, 9/14-11/16: Alliance Francaise of Tallahassee-French Initiation

This class is a slow-paced introduction to the French language especially the alphabet and pronunciation, numbers, exchange of basic information and simple expressions used in daily situations. This is a  classic method-based approach, using a textbook. In Person: 5:30pm. Online: 10am.

Friday, 8/26-12/2: International Coffee Hour

Join us every Friday from 5-6:30 p.m. in The Globe for refreshments from a featured culture and interaction with students, scholars, and faculty from around the world.

 

Events:

Thursday, 09/29: Summit for the Advancement of Women in Business
The Summit for the Advancement of Women in Business provides students an opportunity to meet and learn from business professionals who are passionate about supporting women in business.

The event includes breakout sessions, panel discussion and networking reception - all designed to prepare students for the transition into the workforce. Open to all business students.

Thursday, 09/29: Health Law Society Meeting
The Health Law Society will be hosting a general body meeting. We will be discussing what the Health Law Society is about and answering questions that pertain to future events and membership. Chick-fil-A will be provided!

Thursday, 09/29: NGSA - Graduate Student Lunch with Invited Guest Speaker, Dr. Daniel Wesson (September 29, 2022)
These luncheons with invited guest speakers allow direct educational benefit by attending public lecture from invited guest speaker, an expert in their field of study. Knowledge acquired during these public lectures enhances research being conducted at FSU, fosters communication and possible collaborations with other universities, and increases collegiality within the Program in Neuroscience, and across departments and colleges.

Thursday, 09/29: Leading with Heart: A Path to Success from a First-Generation Latina
Join us in the Auditorium for an engaging conversation with Lucero, a Latina organizational leader, as she discusses her life and professional journey.

Thursday, 09/29: Zumba Class at FSU College of Medicine
This event is a Zumba class hosted at the FSU College of Medicine. The class is hosted by trainers from Chocolate Waisted Fitness, a local Zumba company. If weather permits, the class will be held in the courtyard. If it is raining, the class will be held in the Atrium of the College of Medicine.

Thursday, 09/29: Odds & Evens
Odds & Evens is a unique combination of past Homecoming Week events, with laid-back and structured games such as dodgeball, kickball, soccer and flag football. The event also will include yard games such as cornhole, spike ball, ladder toss and more. Refreshments and exclusive homecoming merchandise will be available.

Thursday, 09/29: College of Social Work Doctoral Program Information Session
Join the FSU College of Social Work’s Doctoral Program team Dr. Stephen Tripodi (Doctoral Program Director) and Dr. Jennifer Farinella (Assistant Dean for Academic Programs) for a hybrid information session, in-person and online, on Thursday, September 29th, about earning a doctoral degree in social work!

Thursday, 09/29: FSU Alumni Association Young Alumni Awards
Please join us for the 10th Annual Young Alumni Awards honoring the recipients of the Reubin O’D. Askew Young Alumni Award and the 2022 class of Notable Noles on Thursday, September 29, 2022.

Thursday, 09/29: NPHC Extrav Homecoming Stepshow
EXTRAV Step Show tickets are now on sale! 🥳🥳 Visit tickets.fsu.edu to purchase‼️ FSU student tickets are FREE with student ID, non FSU student tickets are $7 with student ID, and $10 for everyone else.

Thursday, 09/29: APC Weekly Meeting
Come join us for our weekly meeting where we learn more about audio production and get to collaborate with other producers as well as other fun activities!

Thursday, 09/29: Final Cut: 1982
“1982” is a life-affirming coming-of-age tale set at an idyllic school in Lebanon’s mountains on the eve of a looming invasion. It unfolds over a single day and follows an 11-year-old boy’s relentless quest to profess his love to a girl in his class. As the invasion encroaches on Beirut, it upends the day, threatening the entire country and its cohesion. Within the microcosm of the school, the film draws a harrowing portrait of a society torn between its desire for love and peace and the ideological schisms unraveling its seams.

Thursday, 09/29: Free Jazz Thursday at Over Under
Free Jazz Thursday | Sept.29th, 2022 featuring Longineu Parsons – trumpet, Jack Straub – bass, Michael Bakan – drums.

Wednesday, 09/28: CSX – Employer of the Day
CSX, one of the nation’s leading transportation suppliers, is on campus to provide professional

Wednesday, 09/28: Seminar on Spirituality & Recovery
Persons in recovery often undergo life-altering transformations as a result of embracing a power higher than one’s self, that is, a Higher Power. The result is often an intense spiritual journey that leads to sustained abstinence. Join the CRP and the Episcopal University Center for a conversation on the nature, implications, and limitations of a spiritual approach to addiction.

Wednesday, 09/28: Environmental Certificate Enrichment Lecture
Join us on Wednesday, September 28 as we welcome and listen to the program lecture of GUY “HARLEY” MEANS, P.G., state geologist and director of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Division of the Florida Geological Survey. Harley will deliver an introductory lecture on Florida’s Hydrogeology, from 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. in the FSU Law Rotunda. We will hear about sinkholes, karsts, and water resources sustainability. Lunch will be provided.

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Wednesday, 09/28: FRN Food Recoveries
Food is too good to waste. That’s why you should volunteer with our Food Recovery Network (FRN) and help distribute leftover food to those in need! By volunteering, you will also earn ServScript hours and attend educational food waste/sustainability meetings. Click this interest form link to sign up to volunteer: tinyurl.com/FRNFall2022

Wednesday, 09/28: IDSO Software Skills
Join us to learn or brush up on your Adobe InDesign skills.

Wednesday, 09/28: LIFT Self-Healers Book Club
Join the collegiate recovery program for a group reading of “How to Do the Work” by Dr. Nicole LePera! The Self-Healer’s book club is a space for students to explore their patterns to create meaningful and positive change in their life. Books will be provided.

Wednesday, 09/28: Stop the Bleed Training
Join CERV and MRU for Stop the Bleed Training! This free 1-2 hour course is designed to train FSU students and employees on what to do in a bleeding emergency and teaches the ABCs of bleeding as a method to stop an active bleed. The course includes a class presentation and hands-on skills demonstration on tourniquet application, wound packing, and pressure application. At the conclusion of the course, participants will receive a nationally recognized certificate of completion.

Wednesday, 09/28: Bridge the Gap
This event encompasses the ongoing relationship between the FSU’s Black Student Union and Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU). Guests will experience performances from dance troops, band performances, vocal performances and school pride showcases from both Universities.

Wednesday, 09/28: Musicology Film Screening: “Stories about Mlimani Park Orchestra”
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Admission is free for this event. To learn more about our exciting College of Music Concert Season, visit us at music.fsu.edu Dates, locations and times are subject to change based on University and CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19. Visit https://music.fsu.edu/covid-19 for the most updated information regarding our events.

Tuesday, 09/27: TCC Fall 2022 Career Fair
Tallahassee Community College career fair. The event is open to students, alumni, and the community.

Tuesday, 09/27: Accenture – Employer of the Day
Accenture, a professional services company that specializes in information technology services and consulting, will be on campus to provide engagement as well as recruitment opportunities for students. The company works with industries such as banking, public service, natural resources, etc. Open to all business majors.

Tuesday, 09/27: Substance Use Intervention Training (SUIT) Program
Substance Use Intervention Training (SUIT) Program: This 2-hour training is a bystander intervention type training specific to substance misuse and encourages students to change the way they think about addiction, alter how they talk about substance misuse, and adapt how they approach recovery. IT’s an interactive workshop that facilitates reflection and dialogue around identifying addiction and substance misuse within oneself and peer groups. Students gain tangible tools for intervening and connecting with resources to address addiction and substance misuse. Participation in this program is eligible for a Badge through the ProfessioNoles Pathways program in the Career Center.

Tuesday, 09/27: Microsoft Teams Meetings Level 100
The meetings workload includes audio conferencing, video and sharing. This course will demonstrate key features of Meetings while focusing on running more effective meetings.

Tuesday, 09/27: TotalView Debugger Introduction Webinar
The Research Computing Center and Perforce are sponsoring a one hour introduction and training session for the debugger, TotalView. Please join the Zoom meeting five minutes in advance of the start time to avoid delays and allow time for questions and answers.

Tuesday, 09/27: Notable Noles Luncheon
Honoring FSU PC alumni, All FSU Panama City alumni and their guests are invited.

Tuesday, 09/27: Internet Safety and Survivability for Parents Training by FBI Jacksonville
In today’s society, children have access to the online world of games, education, social media, and different applications more freely than ever before. They are learning how to use cell phones, tablets, and computers at a much younger age, and the potential for predators and online bullying is more prevalent than many people are aware.

Josh Chancey began his duty with the FBI in 2016 and currently leads the Community Outreach efforts for the 40-county Jacksonville division. He works to increase awareness of the FBI mission, priorities, activities, and values, reduce misconceptions regarding law enforcement matters and operations, and promote anti-crime education campaigns to reduce victimization across North Florida. Today Josh will discuss ways parents can be proactive in protecting their children and inform parents on potential red flags as children immerse themselves into social media.

Tuesday, 09/27: Law Students Practicing Wellness (LSPW) Book Exchange
Law Students Practicing Wellness is hosting a book exchange on September 27 at 12:15 in room 210. Sign up using this link by September 23 so we can match you to a book!

Tuesday, 09/27: SUMS September GBM (PowerPoint Day!)
We will be having a PowerPoint Presentation meeting, where you can present a simple PowerPoint in 5 minutes or less on a topic of your choosing (appropriate) it can be funny, or about math, or another topic you’re interested in. Feel free to join us even if you’re not presenting and meet some cool ppl :)

Tuesday, 09/27: Developing a Growth Mindset
Students will identify self-beliefs that create barriers for their motivation, learning, and persistence. Also, they will practice strategies to develop a stronger Growth Mindset.

Tuesday, 09/27: Golden Gala
The Golden Gala is an art gallery and art-making service event highlighting service organizations on campus. Several recognized student and community organizations will share information and engage with students in service projects. These organizations will have the chance to highlight their purpose and express themselves through their art. The event will include many different ways for participants to express their creative side, including painting and other crafts. Additionally, those attending the art gallery of service will have food, drinks, and exclusive merchandise to celebrate their commitment to upholding the university’s tradition of giving back.

Tuesday, 09/27: Introduction to HPC/Slurm and Open OnDemand - Data @ Your Desk - Hybrid Workshop
Did you know that students and faculty at FSU have access to a very powerful research compute cluster? This workshop will cover the basics of using the High Performance Computing cluster (HPC) to run computing jobs. It is a great introduction for users new to the HPC or those who wish to brush up on current best-practices and workflows for using the HPC at FSU.

Specifically, this workshop will cover:

How the HPC worksWhat the Slurm Scheduler is and how to use itSlurm job submission and job management commandsHow to run compute jobs on the HPCRegister Here: https://fsu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0xIdQcAOVCl21ds

Tuesday, 09/27: Closing Bell Speaker Series
JP Morgan Vice Chairman of the Board Ash Williams is addressing timely issues in the financial sector as the Closing Bell speaker. This event is open to all business students.

Tuesday, 09/27: BSU Powderpuff Flag Football Game
Join us on Bill Harkins Field for two teams of women battling head-to-head in a flag football game! Guests will enjoy music and snow cones during the event, as well as a trophy ceremony after the game has concluded.

Tuesday, 09/27: “Orgullo Tuesdays” Latin Heritage Dance Class
We invite you to participate in and join us for “Orgullo Tuesdays,” a Latine Heritage Month Dance Series being hosted by Dr. Irvin Manuel Gonzalez in the School of Dance. In community with guest instructors, we will be learning various Latin American social dance styles and histories while honoring the powerful lineages, roots, and figures that have helped to catalyze Afro/Latine mobilities and rhythms through time. All are invited to come, gather, and share in dance.

We will be hosting a total of four dance classes in Studio 215 every Tuesday, 6pm-7pm during Latine Heritage Month (9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/11). Come groove! Live music facilitation by the awesome Farai Malinga.

Tuesday, 09/27: Domino Tournament
HLSU will be hosting a Domino Tournament!

Tuesday, 09/27: Bible Talk
What makes the stories of Samson, Gideon and Ezekiel and others in the Bible so inspiring? What can we learn from the lives of these individuals to strengthen our relationship with God and to grow in our character? Join us for a deep discussion about God’s Word and musical worship! This semester, we’ll be going over a different Biblical character every Tuesday.

Tuesday, 09/27: How to do it all and stay sane
COSSPP Women’s Graduate Student Network presents ‘How to do it all and stay sane’ with guest speaker Ashley Falls, a Ph.D. student and Director of Planning and Development at Florida Prepaid College Board. Ashley will discuss how she works toward life balance as a full-time employee and graduate student.

Tuesday, 09/27: Women in Accounting - Pwc Meeting
Women in Accounting general body meeting with PwC.

Tuesday, 09/27: Tallahassee Winds Performance

Admission is free for this event. To learn more about our exciting College of Music Concert Season, visit us at music.fsu.edu Dates, locations and times are subject to change based on University and CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19. Visit https://music.fsu.edu/covid-19 for the most updated information regarding our events.

Friday, 9/23: Psychosocial Medicine in Pediatrics: Patient Outcomes and Quality of Life

This lecture focuses on psychosocial research and how addressing patients holistically can improve patient and family health outcomes and quality of life. Approaches to psychosocial research will be discussed including resilience, resources, faith support/spirituality and how they relate to health outcomes.

Friday, 9/23: Global Café-India

The Center for Global Engagement in collaboration with the Indian Students Association of Tallahassee (INSAT) present Global Café featuring India on Friday, September 23 at 11:30 am. Enjoy a culturally enriching lunch hour eating authentic food, listening to music, and meeting students from INSAT.

Friday, 9/23:  Family Weekend OPEN HOUSE

Why keep the fun all to yourself?! Share the good times and see what the Hub has to offer. Swing by with your visitors and explore.

Friday, 9/23:  Using Movement to Increase Focus

Participants will learn about the positive impact of one’s physical movement on cognition, focus, and stress. We will talk about small habits that can generate positive effects for your academic endeavors.

Friday, 9/23: Karaoke Night

Come one, come all! Join us at Seminole Hall for some pizza and fun! Grab your friends and your fsu family and sing your favorites songs from 5pm-7pm! We will have a variety of pizza, snacks and drinks!

Friday, 9/23:  Palestinian-American Activist & Rutgers Professor, Noura Erakat

Noura Erakat is a human rights attorney and associate professor at Rutgers University, New Brunswick in the Department of Africana Studies and the Program in Criminal Justice. She is a co-founding editor of “Jadaliyya,” an electronic magazine on the Middle East, and author of the award-winning “Justice for Some: Law and in the Question of Palestine.” Erakat serves on the boards of the Institute for Policy Studies, the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor, and Arab Studies Institute; and she is a policy advisor to Al Shabaka. She also serves on the Editorial Committee of the Journal for Palestine Studies, and she is a founding board member of the DC Palestinian Film and Arts Festival.

Friday, 9/23: Composition Studio Concert

Admission is free for this event. To learn more about our exciting College of Music Concert Season, visit us at music.fsu.edu Dates, locations and times are subject to change based on University and CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19. Visit music.fsu.edu/covid-19 for the most updated information regarding our events.

Friday, 9/23:  Tallahassee Ballet performance

Admission is free for this event. To learn more about our exciting College of Music Concert Season, visit us at music.fsu.edu Dates, locations and times are subject to change based on University and CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19. Visit music.fsu.edu/covid-19 for the most updated information regarding our events.

Friday, 9/23: Wind Orchestra FSU Family Weekend Concert

Join Dr. Patrick Dunnigan and the University Wind Orchestra as we celebrate the 90th birthday of John Williams during FSU's Family Weekend festivities with selections from amazing John Williams film scores including The Cowboys, E.T., Schindler's List, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and of course, Star Wars! This free performance begins at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, September 23, in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall.

Thursday, 9/22: Fall 2022 Seminole Futures Career & Internship Fair

FSU's largest career and internship fair brings more than 100 different organizations on campus looking to #HireANole. Meet with recruiters from corporate, nonprofit, and government organizations to discuss a broad range of internship and full-time job opportunities. The event is open to students of all majors and class levels. It's never too early to check it out, build your network, and prepare for your future!

View registered employers and event details on NoleNetwork.

children's rights, immigration and farmworkers, international human rights, and elder law.

Thursday, 9/22: City Nights-Atlanta

Join Career Services for an info session on Atlanta.

Thursday, 9/22:  2022 President's Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence

The 2022 President's Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence returns this year as an in-person event! This event is the culmination of the IDEA Grant and Tech Fellows program, and at the President’s Showcase, students share their research and creative projects through poster and oral presentations.

Thursday, 9/22:  "Eye on the Future" Video Release Party

Celebrate the release of "Eye on the Future," a video created last June from a performance at Maclay Gardens. Choreographed by Leah Bailey, School of Dance, Artistic direction by Holly Hanessian by Department of Art and videographer, Kiley Brandt from Clemson, lastly Matt Rampage, PhD from the School of Music. The premiere will be held simultaneously in Berlin through the LittleSun.org website and locally at the Blue Tavern from 7-9pm.

Thursday, 9/22: University Singers, Collegians, and Rickards High School Choir

The University Singers, Collegians, and Rickards High School Choir present the world premiere performance of Kyle Pederson's "...and Justice for All," featuring composer Kyle Pederson, with guest pianist Elizabeth LaJeuness and Leslie Gray, narrator.

Wednesday, 9/21: PwC Drop-In

Stop by Weichelt Lounge between classes for refreshments and to network with professionals from PwC. Open to Accounting majors and MAcc students.

Wednesday, 9/21:  Diversity & Inclusion Networking Event (D.I.N.E.)

Join the FSU Career Center for the Diversity and Inclusion Networking Event (D.I.N.E.) to meet and network with employers. You'll have an opportunity to share your story, highlight your skills, and kickstart a successful future by networking with employer representatives from a variety of fields and backgrounds.

Attendees are asked to RSVP in advance via NoleNetwork: https://fsu-csm.symplicity.com/events.

Wednesday, 9/21: LIFT Self-Healers Book Club

Join the collegiate recovery program for a group reading of "How to Do the Work" by Dr. Nicole LePera! The Self-Healer's book club is a space for students to explore their patterns to create meaningful and positive change in their life. Books will be provided.

Wednesday, 9/21: Pride General Body Meeting

This event serves the purpose of LGBTQ+ and FSU students to come to learn about the SGA identity-based agency. This meeting will be a general body meeting for FSU students to come to learn about all things Pride Student Union relates and some educational material information.

Wednesday, 9/21:  fence by staibdance

fence is a journey into a messy world of power struggles and dismissed histories, and an examination of how "otherness" can rob our power or become its source.

Tuesday, 9/20:  Fall 2022 STEM Career & Internship Fair

Explore full-time and internship opportunities with employers seeking students in the science, engineering, computer science, technical fields, and more. Meet recruiters and connect with nearly 100 employers and explore opportunities in the STEM fields. The event is open to all majors.

View registered employers and event details on NoleNetwork.

Tuesday, 9/20:  Student Veterans Law Symposium Welcome Back Social

Join SVLS for our Welcome Back Social at Brick House on September 20 at 7 pm. Meet our new 1L student veterans, mingle with our members, and learn about our upcoming events! Everyone is welcome. See you then!

Tuesday, 9/20: Workshop: Language Studies

This workshop will discuss fellowships that fund language study opportunities abroad, such as the Critical Language Scholarship, the Boren Scholarship, and awards through DAAD.

This will be a hybrid event but we ask that all attendees please register at the included link. Thank you!

Tuesday, 9/20: Top Ten Guidelines for Clear and Effective Legal Writing

Join the Academic Programs Office for an interactive workshop to improve your craft and style! In September, Professor Smith offers two workshops on the top ten guidelines for clear and effective legal writing. In this first workshop, we practice writing lucid, short sentences as we eliminate intrusive phrases. We also learn to use active voice and avoid nominalizations. Finally, we explore positive and parallel construction in sentences and paragraphs. Expect the usual entertaining videos and lunch. We hope to see you there!

Tuesday, 9/20: D'Alemberte-Ellis Fellowship (International Human Rights) Informational TSession

We’ve got an exciting new funding opportunity for FSU law students interested in international human rights work. Join alum Mark Ellis ('84), executive director of the International Bar Association, to learn more about the vision behind this unique fellowship. RSVP for lunch at https://fsu.forms-db.com/view.php?id=1314439.

Tuesday, 9/20: DM Under the Stars

Our organization will gather for a night of fun games, food, company and a movie on Langford Green!  This is an event during the week of our fall fundraising push to engage the community in our cause.

Tuesday, 9/20: Canvas Creations

Join us at the ASLC for an afternoon of canvas painting. Let your imagination run wild! Paint, canvas, and brushes will all be provided.

Tuesday, 9/20:  Pride x TFA Panel Night

This event will take place on Tuesday, September 20th from 6:30-8pm at the Globe Room 2500. Teach for America will be providing dinner from 6:30-7pm right outside the Globe, and following that will be a panel of former FSU students that are now teachers within the TFA program. They will be debriefing about the anti-LGBTQ+ legislation and how students can advocate for themselves while in the classroom. Students will also be able to input any questions that they would like answered.

Tuesday, 9/20: Bible Talk

What makes the stories of Samson, Gideon and Ezekiel and others in the Bible so inspiring? What can we learn from the lives of these individuals to strengthen our relationship with God and to grow in our character? Join us for a deep discussion about God's Word! This semester, we'll be going over a different Biblical character every Tuesday. Whether you want to learn more about the Bible, strengthen your relationship with God, or have different beliefs, you are welcome to hop in the discussion!

Monday, 9/19:  All-Majors Résumé Café (in person)

Make your résumé as strong as your coffee.  Join us for the in-person All-Majors Résumé Café, sponsored by Waffle House, to have employers and industry leaders review your résumé one-on-one and offer professional advice.

Monday, 9/19:  Milton S. Carothers Faculty Lecture Series

Mathew Hauer, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, College of Social Sciences and Public Policy. Lunch is provided courtesy of FSU's Office of Research, and reservations are required.

Monday, 9/19:  FSA Around the Philippines

The FSA mission is to promote cultural awareness and education about the Philippines. In this GBM, we will have interactive stations set up where audience members can learn more about some cultural differences between the various regions of the Philippines, as well as play games to understand some traditions commonly practiced in the Philippines.

Monday, 9/19: Mental Health Event

The Hispanic Latinx Student Union will be hosting a Mental Health Awareness event. The event will include a discussion about mental health followed by activities relating to mental health issues students face throughout college.

Sunday, 9/18: Swamp Coast Roots Project

All acoustic “old time” folk, country and blues.

Sunday, 9/18: 20233-2023 Opening Concert: Jordan Bak Viola, & Jihye Chang, Paino

Season Opening Concert for The Artist Series of Tallahassee, 2022-23 Concert Season, Sunday, September 18, 4 pm at Opperman Hall, FSU. Also available as livestream or video at www.theartistseries.org!

Sunday, 9/18: Collective Soul & Switchfoot

Multi-Platinum Atlanta rockers Collective Soul will join forces with Switchfoot – for the very first time – for a massive tour that will stop at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center on Sunday, September 18th at 7 pm.

Saturday, 9/17:  Faculty Recital – George Speed, double bass

Admission is free for this event. To learn more about our exciting College of Music Concert Season, visit us at music.fsu.edu Dates, locations and times are subject to change based on University and CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19. Visit music.fsu.edu/covid-19 for the most updated information regarding our events.

Saturday, 9/17: Mid-Autumn Festival Gala

The mid-Autumn Festival is a harvest festival celebrated by Chinese people, and is held on a day based on the lunar calendar with a full moon. It is one of the most important holidays in Chinese culture. According to Chinese tradition, family and friends come together to celebrate this festival, give thanks for the harvest, and pray for a good future. Therefore, the Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) organizes a performance including dance, music, game and food for celebrating this festival together for Chinese students and scholars in FSU.

Saturday, 9/17: The 3rd Annual Sankofa Concert: Lineage of Soul

The 3rd Sankofa Concert will feature the FAMU Jazz Faculty, the FAMU Percussion Ensemble, and vocal artists Keith Rodgers, Kami Hayes, the Mighty Dow, LaCloteal, Clara Reyes, Alexander Williams, and Deanna Miller.

Saturday, 9/17:  Beautification day at the TNC

This is the day that we will be planting new plants and trees and help maintain the natural beauty that we all come to love at the Tallahassee National Cemetery (TNC). Everyone is welcome to help. Just bring your gloves. Water and doughnuts will be provided by the Tallahassee National Cemetery Support Committee. This is also a great opportunity for those that need volunteer hours.

Saturday, 9/17: Ambitious Girl HBCU Tour- FAMU

Join us for the ultimate HBCU Takeover to prepare you for your career and win scholarships! AMBITIOUS GIRL connects with the college level female students. Ambitious Girl is a global college community for young women to be empowered and moved as we dedicate resources to inspire, equip and celebrate young women of color as entrepreneurs and thriving corporate queens. We will support and output programming that leans into leadership development, innovation and strategic growth and career success.

Friday, 9/16: Dedman College of Hospitality Interview Prep Workshop

Students receive guidance in preparation for the interviewing process from two top hospitality human resource managers. Guest speakers are: Alecsander Strayer from Emerald Grande and Amanda Hyde from SPB Hospitality.

Friday, 9/16: How to Create a Law School Outline

Please join us for a workshop to find out everything you need to know about outlining.  Professor Tia Gibbs will show what an outline means for law school and how to use outlines to study for exams. A continental breakfast will be provided.

Friday, 9/16: Faculty Connections Mixer

Lunch with Provost Clark and Vice President Kistner.

Friday, 9/16: Environmental Externships Luncheon

We invite students interested in learning about externship and volunteer opportunities in Environmental, Energy, and Land Use Law to attend the Environmental Externships Meet & Greet on Friday, September 16, 12:30-1:30 PM in Room R107. Attorney supervisors from nine local and state agencies including the City of Tallahassee, Leon County Attorney's Office, DEP, DOAH, FDACS, FFWCC, and non-government organizations such as Florida Sea Grant, The Nature Conservancy will join us and share about their offices and program offerings

Friday, 9/16:  Faculty Connections SWAG (Scholarly Writing Accountability Group)

Friday, 9/16: University Symphony Orchestra (UMA)

Join us for the season premiere of the University’s top orchestra, featuring selections from Aaron Copland’s Rodeo, Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3 with soloist Xu Han (Winner of the 2022 Doctoral Concerto Competition), and the magnificent Symphony No. 2 by Johannes Brahms.

Friday, 9/16: Treasure Planet

Chart your own course to the slc for a screening of the Disney space adventure classic. A sci-fi reimagining of the novel "treasure island" follows teen Jim Hawkins as he embarks on a quest to find the fabled treasure planet after being gifted a mysterious map by an old pirate. join us to see what turns jims journey will take . what perils might he run into ? who will he meet along the way? friends or foes? and will he succeed in finding treasure planet and prove his worth after all? find out friday , September 16th at midnight.

Thursday, 9/15: 4-H Open House

Come to our 4-H Open House on September 15th, from 4 to 6. See all the exciting clubs that are available this year!

Thursday, 9/15: The Sounds of Downtown

Join Tallahassee Downtown for an evening of music! This FREE event features 8 Local bands who will be staggered at 6 downtown businesses throughout the evening on Thursday, September 15th, creating a music crawl.

Thursday, 9/15: Lecture Series: From Africa to the 21st Century with Velma Maia Thomas

Join us in a discussion about Africa before the slave trade, the economy of slavery and the history of the middle passage.

Thursday, 9/15: Breakfast with Billy

Student Veterans join SVC Director Billy Francis for a casual breakfast!

Thursday, 9/15: Pfizer – Employer of the Day

Pfizer, an American multinational pharmaceutical and biotechnology corporation, is on campus providing professional development, engagement and recruiting opportunities for students. Pfizer is currently hiring for the Pfizer Connect Associate Healthcare Inside Sales Representative roles. Open to all business students.

Thursday, 9/15: Brown & Brown Speaker Series

The Brown & Brown Speaker Series features panelists Steve Farmer (Brown & Brown), Lisa Miller (Lisa Miller & Associates) and Adam Schwebach (Gallagher Re), who are discussing "Reinsurance and the Current Challenges of the Florida Property Insurance Market" with Dr. Brad Karl, State Farm Associate Professor of Risk Management and Insurance, as moderator. A reception will immediately follow the presentation. Open to all business students.

Thursday, 9/15: HHM Opening Ceremony

The Hispanic Latinx Student Union will be hosting the opening of Hispanic Heritage Month! We will be revealing our Hispanic Heritage Month events and theme! We will also have performances, food, and a celebration of our cultures.

Wednesday, 9/14:  E & J Gallo – Employer of the Day

E & J Gallo, a family owned winery company, is on campus to provide engagement and recruitment opportunities for students. E & J Gallo is hiring for multiple positions. Open to all business students.

Wednesday, 9/14:  Conflict Communication Skills (PDCCS1)

Conflict is unavoidable.  And though it can cause damage if handled poorly, if handled well it can actually strengthen your workplace, your relationships, and/or your whole organization.  Learn about different conflict styles, including your own, and about how to engage in conflict constructively.

Wednesday, 9/14: Microsoft Excel I (PDXLS1)

Microsoft Excel I is designed to be an introductory course to using the basic features of Microsoft Excel.  Some of the topics covered include the functions of the different menu ribbons in Excel, creating a spreadsheet, formatting a spreadsheet, manipulating data, writing formulas, sorting and filtering data, a few basic functions (SUM, AVERAGE, MIN, MAX), and how to create a basic chart.  Users who are already familiar with the basic features of Excel l may want to proceed directly to the Microsoft Excel II class.

Wednesday, 9/14: Cookies and Brownies with the Externships Office

Chat with the Externships Office team and have some treats on us! September 14th, 12:15-1:30pm, Main Classroom Building, Atrium

Wednesday, 9/14: PILSA "What is Public Interest?" General Body Meeting

Are you interested in public interest law? Then join PILSA on Wednesday September 14th in Room 208 for our "What is Public Interest" general body meeting! If you are a 1L interested in being a 1L representative, please attend! Publix subs will be served. We look forward to seeing everyone!

Wednesday, 9/14:  Student Bar Association Candidates Townhall

Please join the Student Bar Association for the Candidates Townhall on Wednesday, September 14th in Room 101! You will have a chance to hear from candidates running for the positions of 1L representatives and transfer representative. Chick-fil-A sandwiches will be provided!

Wednesday, 9/14: Wellness Wednesday: 30 Tips in 30 Minutes with the Research Center

Looking for some great tips and strategies for time management, organization, balance and well-being, study resources, email maintenance, and more? We’ve got you covered!

On 9/14 at 3:15 PM in Room 331, we are partnering with the Research Center for “30 Tips in 30 Minutes” to help you prioritize your life this semester and beyond!

Wednesday, 9/14: Workshop: Language Studies

This workshop will discuss fellowships that fund language study opportunities abroad, such as the Critical Language Scholarship, the Boren Scholarship, and awards through DAAD. This will be a hybrid event but we ask that all attendees please register at the included link. Thank you!

Wednesday, 9/14: Elizabeth Hunter Lecture: The First Black Archaeologist and Beyond

Please join the Department of Classics on Wednesday, September 14th, 2022 at 6:00 PM for the Elizabeth Hunter Memorial Lecture, "The First Black Archaeologist and Beyond: Exploring the Life and Work of John Wesley Gilbert (1863-1923)" by Dr. John W.I. Lee of UC Santa Barbara. The lecture will be held in the William Johnston Building (WJB), room 2004.

Wednesday, 9/14:  Beta Alpha Psi Meeting

Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary organization open to Accounting, Finance, and Management Information Systems students and professionals. The purpose is to provide weekly club meetings for students to hear from various firms and companies regarding opportunities and internships. Free food is provided at these weekly meetings. This includes Chick-fil-a, Chipotle, Momo's, and Panera. This food will be sponsored by the firm presenting at the meeting. Further information regarding the food will be made clear when we hear from the firms.

Wednesday, 9/14: The Examined Life

Join us September 14th and 28th at 7pm in Werkmeister to discuss Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground!

Wednesday, 9/14: Student Senate Meetings

The Senate meets every Wednesday on a monthly basis during Fall semester to vote on proposals and other matters as submitted by its committees and constituents.

Tuesday, 9/13:  STEM Résumé Café

Make your résumé as strong as your coffee.  Join us for the STEM Résumé Café to have STEM employers and industry leaders sit down one-on-one to review your résumé and offer professional advice. Make sure to bring copies of your résumé!

Tuesday, 9/13:  If/When/How Meeting

Join If/When/How to learn about the organization, some information on reproductive rights post-Dobbs, and some of our plans for events this upcoming year! Tuesday, September 13th from 12-1pm in Room 101. Momo's pizza and salad will be provided.

Tuesday, 9/13:  Top Ten Guidelines for Clear and Effective Legal Writing

Join the Academic Programs Office for an interactive workshop to improve your craft and style! In September, Professor Smith offers two workshops on the top ten guidelines for clear and effective legal writing. In this first workshop, we practice writing lucid, short sentences as we eliminate intrusive phrases. We also learn to use active voice and avoid nominalizations. Finally, we explore positive and parallel construction in sentences and paragraphs. Expect the usual entertaining videos and lunch. We hope to see you there!

Tuesday, 9/13: Civic Literacy Exam Preparation

The Civic Literacy Exam is a State requirement that all FSU students are required to fulfill to demonstrate basic competency in understanding how U.S. government and law works. This workshop will instruct students on what this exam is all about and how to prepare to take and pass it.

Tuesday, 9/13:  Workshop: Undergraduate Studies in Math, Science, and Engineering

This presentation will discuss the Goldwater, Hollings, and Udall Scholarships, the National Science Foundation's Research Experiences for Undergraduates, and other relevant opportunities for undergraduate STEM students. This will be a hybrid event but we ask that all attendees please register at the included link. Thank you!

Tuesday, 9/13:  New Faculty Development Deep Dive Kick-Off – a Two-Parter

All faculty new to FSU are welcome to join us. Topic: "What I Wished I Would Have Known as a New Full-Time Faculty Member"

Part I: Tuesday, August 30, 2:00 – 3:00 NCFDD Webinar, virtual: If you cannot attend at this time, please note that the panel discussion will be available for viewing after the live air date. We ask you watch the webinar before attending the in-person discussion on September 13. Part 2: Tuesday, September 13, 3:00 – 4:00: FSU In-Person Discussion @ Strozier Library, Scholars Commons classroom

Tuesday, 9/13: Women in Accounting

Women in Accounting general body meeting with Deloitte.

Tuesday, 9/13: Nav Fresh

Freshman bible study.

Monday, 9/12:  Johnson & Johnson – Employer of the Day

Johnson & Johnson, the largest and most broadly based healthcare company in the world, is on campus providing professional development and interaction to business students. Open to all business students.

Monday, 9/12:  U.S. Army JAG Food for Thought

Food for Thought with Capt. Sarah Bailey ('16)

Saturday, 9/10: 2022 Wakulla Springs Car Show

Classic cars, trucks and motorcycles, music from several artists (including Hot Tamales), great food as well as a great beach and tours of Wakulla Springs.

Saturday, 9/10: An Enchanted Evening-Opening Night at the Symphony

Lose yourself in an evening of romance and enchantment. The TSO is delighted to collaborate with the phenomenal violinist Stefan Jackiw on his Tallahassee debut!

Saturday, 9/10: SoulFest 2022

Free haircuts, food giveaways, food, prizes and positive entertainment!!!! ALLL FREEEE!!!! Come be apart of the FUN...

Saturday, 9/10: Full Moon Climb & Drum Circle

Visitors can enjoy this opportunity to see the gorgeous natural surroundings of the St. George Sound and Carrabelle Beach under the glow of the full Harvest Moon or Corn Moon. Paul Eagleheart from the Lipan Apache Tribe will be conducting a Native American drum ceremony during the event. Guests can also enjoy the fire pit (weather permitting).

Friday, 9/9:  BAISSC Guest Speaker from the University of Houston

Dr. Meng Li, associate professor at the University of Houston, is presenting his research and speaking with faculty. This is an invitation-only event.

Friday, 9/9: Fall Fringe Fair

Visit the Fine Arts Building’s Fallon Lobby to learn more about the many different opportunities the School of Theatre has to offer, from technical theatre shops to student organizations. Plus, learn about the FSU Museum of Fine Arts and see a special performance from School of Theatre students in the courtyard.

Friday, 9/9: CDPH Brown Bag Seminar Featuring Roland Rau, "Can Stress Kill You?"

The Center for Demography and Population Health presents Roland Rau – Professor of Demography at the University of Rostock Max Planck and the Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock, Germany – at its September 9 Brown Bag Seminar.

Friday, 9/9: Faculty Jazz with Inga Swearingen (UMA)

Jazz vocalist and FSU alum Inga Swearingen will join talented jazz faculty members Bill Peterson (piano), Rodney Jordan (bass), and Leon Anderson, Jr. (drums), in a selection of jazz standards and contemporary hits as we kick off the 2022-23 UMA Concert Series.

Friday, 9/9:  Guest Artist Recital – Robert Young, saxophone

Admission is free for this event. To learn more about our exciting College of Music Concert Season, visit us at music.fsu.edu

Friday, 9/9: JJ Grey & Mofro Live in Concert

On Friday, September 9th JJ Grey & MOFRO return to Tallahassee to follow up their celebrated 2021 show. This is your chance to see this amazing American soul-rock band perform in beautiful Cascades Park. From the days of playing local juke joints to headlining major festivals, the American Southern Soul Rock Band JJ Grey & Mofro remain unfettered, blissful performers, singing with a blue-collared spirit over the bone-deep grooves of JJ Grey’s compositions.

Friday, 9/9: Gleen Priest/Chris Garven, Beethoven Choral Fatansty

Glenn Priest, Former Artist-in-Residence with the Boston Pops Orchestra will perform a piano and organ duet concert culminating with the Beethoven Choral Fantasy with orchestra and the Cathedral Choir of St Peter’s.

Multiple Days, 9/9-9/11: 4th Annual Tallahassee Caribbean Carnival

The Tallahassee Caribbean Carnival LLC is a non-profit organization that bridges the cultural gap between the Caribbean culture of the island and the residents and students of Tallahassee and the surrounding areas. The Tallahassee Caribbean Carnival was formed to enhance the relationship between the Caribbean community and the community-at-large, by experiencing the cultures and lifestyles of the Caribbean through this event. Come experience the food, the music, the people, and the culture!

Thursday, 9/8: Making Notes (not taking them!)

This workshop outlines the benefits of note making as well as various methods to make the note making process more efficient, including how to be prepared to take notes and actively participate in class. Also, strategies for textbook note taking will be covered.

Thursday, 9/8: Dissertation Boot Camp, Writing Retreat, and Social

Dissertation Boot Camp and Writing Retreat. The Boot Camp will occur Tuesday - Friday, the social will happen on Friday, from 4:30 to 6:00pm, and the Writing Retreat will happen on Saturday and Sunday.

Thursday, 9/8: Honors Zine Release (2nd Edition) Release Party & Movie

Join the Honors Zine for the relase of its second volume, Sustainability, followed by a viewing of the film, Howl's Moving Castle by Miyzazki. Link to latest edition: https://issuu.com/fsuhepzine/docs/fsu_honors_zine_-_sept_2022 Food will be available!!

Thursday, 9/8: JACT General body meeting

Join the Japan Animation Club of Tallahassee to watch anime and play games at our regular Thursday Meeting.

Wednesday, 9/7: Mission San Luis Archaeological Site Tours

Join our Mission San Luis archaeologist for a tour of Tallahassee's only National Historic Landmark from an archaeological perspective. Learn how the site was excavated and what was discovered about the Apalachee and Spanish residents from the 17th century.

Wednesday, 9/7:  NextEra Energy – Employer of the Day

NextEra Energy, a utility company that invests in America's energy infrastructure, is on campus providing engagement and recruiting opportunities for students. NextEra Energy is looking to hire for internships and full-time positions. Open to all business students.

Wednesday, 9/7: College of Social Work Doctoral Program Information Session

Join the FSU College of Social Work's Doctoral Program team Dr. Stephen Tripodi (Doctoral Program Director) and Dr. Jennifer Farinella (Assistant Dean for Academic Programs) for a hybrid information session, in-person and online, on Wednesday, September 7th about earning a doctoral degree in social work!

Wednesday, 9/7:  Developing a Growth Mindset

Students will identify self-beliefs that create barriers for their motivation, learning, and persistence. Also, they will practice strategies to develop a stronger Growth Mindset.

Wednesday, 9/7:  Welcome to the Garden Party!

Meet fellow students while enjoying the outdoors and learning about Sustainable Campus programs. There will be a potluck, games, trivia, a plant giveaway, and more!

Wednesday, 9/7: Grad Student Bible Study

Graduate students! Come join us on Wednesday nights at the BCM for a bible study. The study will take place every Wednesday beginning at 7pm.

Tuesday, 9/6: Law School Declassified Survival Guide

The Delores Poindexter Auzenne Chapter of the Black Law Students Association will be hosting a Law School Declassified Survival Guide. This event is aimed at first-year law students. Second and third-year law students are more than welcome to come. The goal of the event is to provide the first-year students with advice for their first-year studies. The event will go over study tips, how to brief a case, IRAC, and which resources are available through the law school. We anticipate partnering with Professor Sharpe so she can discuss new resources her office is providing to students.

Tuesday, 9/6: APALSA General Body Meeting

Join the Asian and Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA) on Tuesday, September 6, at 12:30 in room 103 for our first general body meeting! Open to all regardless of identity! Food will be served!

Tuesday, 9/6: Dissertation Boot Camp, Writing Retreat, and Social

Dissertation Boot Camp and Writing Retreat. The Boot Camp will occur Tuesday - Friday, the social will happen on Friday, from 4:30 to 6:00pm, and the Writing Retreat will happen on Saturday and Sunday.

Tuesday, 9/6: Arab Student Union GBM

Join us on Tuesday, September 6th from 6-8 PM for our first GBM of the semester! We will be introducing the new e-board, going over future events, and getting to know each other. We can't wait to see you there!

Tuesday, 9/6:  Unconquered by Debt Financial Wellness Series

The Unconquered by Debt program is offering its fall Financial Wellness Series on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-8 p.m. in the Stavros Center. The series promotes balanced financial choices for both current and future lifestyles. The content will include training and information on income, spending, insurance, saving, and investment decisions.

Tuesday, 9/6: Women in Accounting - EY Pizza Social

We will be hosting a Pizza Social with Ernst & Young at Momo's!

Tuesday, 9/6: BSU Manhunt Event

This event consists of a fun game called Manhunt. It is similar to the game formerly known as hide-n-seek. And this game however, a much larger game space is required and there can be up to 4-5 seekers who look for those who are hiding pending on how many are playing. The game is usually played with big groups and is very interactive as groups can either hide together or scatter. Seekers can also be strategic in the methods they use to track down and catch active participants in the game. Once someone is tagged, they should immediately identify as being out to avoid any confusion. The game goes on until all of the hiders have been found and tagged by the designated seekers.

Monday, 9/5: Bluebird Run and Walk for Brookie B.

The Bluebird Run and Walk for Brookie B. is a 5K race that honors the lives of those lost to suicide, as well as raises awareness to suicide prevention.

Sunday, 9/4: Football vs. LSU (in New Orleans)

Florida State takes on LSU at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans. The game will be aired nationally on ABC.

Sunday, 9/4: Juke Joint Jam

The jam is open to all comers at all levels and is free to participants and the public.

Saturday, 9/3: Havana Wood Festival

This cool event, new for 2022, will feature all things wood! We'll have woodworkers of all types - carvers, furniture makers, pyrography, hand-crafted items, art and more.

Saturday, 9/3: Oasis Fun Fest

Join us Labor Day weekend at Tom Brown Park on Saturday, Sept. 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This summer festival has fun activities for all ages: giant inflatable bouncers and games, water rides, arts and craft activities, field day competitions, mobile gaming, food trucks, market vendors, and live music!General admission is FREE.

Saturday, 9/3: TFP Food Festival

Join us in shopping local and shopping small from awesome artisans. Enjoy music, good eats, and celebration. This event is free to the public and pets are welcome.

Saturday, 9/3: Doctoral Solo Recital – Raley Beggs, guitar

Admission is free for this event. To learn more about our exciting College of Music Concert Season, visit us at music.fsu.edu Dates, locations and times are subject to change based on University and CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19. Visit music.fsu.edu/covid-19 for the most updated information regarding our events.

Saturday, 9/3: Eugene "Hideaway" Bridges

The nomadic Eugene “Hideaway” Bridges wanders back to the BBC for a special solo performance Saturday night.

Friday 9/2: First Friday Feast

Enjoy a free lunch and get to know other student veterans, employer representatives and meet the SVC director, Billy Francis

Friday, 9/2: First Friday at Railroad Square Art District

A lively, enjoyable experience with open shops and galleries, live music, great people-watching, and a variety of casual food options.

Friday, 9/2: CreateFSU Jam Session

Interested in building a website for your research project, but unsure where to start? The Office of Digital Research and Scholarship can help you get up and running! At the CreateFSU Jam Sessions, we’ll provide a space for you to work on your CreateFSU website, with assistance from a librarian.

Friday, 9/2: Environmental Law Informational Meeting

Join us as we discuss LAW AND THE ENVIRONMENT, the process to earn the Environmental Law Certificate, opportunities after graduation, and the Center for Environmental, Energy, and Land Use Law's activities and programs this academic year!

Multiple Days, 9/2-9/4: Jurassic Quest

Our classic indoor adventure is back! Jurassic Quest and our skyscraping dinosaurs bring supersized family fun – only here can you get up close to life-size, realistic animatronic dinos and ancient ocean dwellers!

Thursday, 9/1: Tallahassee Museum Home School Program

In honor of International Vulture Awareness Day, students will get to learn about the importance of vultures on the ecosystem and see some up-close! Parents will meet the museum educator at the red caboose and sign their child(ren) in. Parents are encouraged to leave and come back to pick their child(ren) up at the caboose. They may stay at the museum with paid admission. Please wear close toe shoes and bring a water bottle. Be prepared to spend most of the time outside.

Thursday, 9/1: Tots on Trails at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge

Bring your little one to St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge on the 1st Thursday of each month for some fun outdoor activities. This program is for children ages 18 months to 4 years old. We will be outside most of the time, so dress accordingly. Registration is required. Call (850) 925-6121 with questions or to register.

Thursday, 9/1: Anti-Sexual Misconduct Awareness & Prevention Training (COSHP1)

This course is for ALL employees and reviews FSU's stance on sexual misconduct at the University. It reviews the University's policy, as well as what constitutes sexual misconduct. Reporting requirements and procedures are also addressed.

Thursday, 9/1: Dory’s Jazz Night

Presented by the College of Music. Admission is free for this event.

Thursday 9/1:  Collaborative Collision Connector: Rural Innovation

Rural communities have long been seen as the heart of our nation. But they are also face unique challenges like providing affordable healthcare and high-quality education, expanding access to broadband internet, maintaining and modernizing aging infrastructure, and revitalizing declining economies — all while preserving the character that makes rural communities special. In fall 2022, Collaborative Collision invites our research community to come together to explore interdisciplinary solutions to challenges facing rural America.

We encourage you to think beyond disciplinary boundaries and consider how you might combine your skills, expertise, and resources through Connector, how you will turn those connections into collaborations through Incubator, and what first steps towards a solution your team will propose at Accelerator.

Thursday 9/1: How to Get Control of Your Time

This workshop helps students organize their time so they can get things done with less stress. They will leave this workshop with tools that help them set goals, avoid procrastination, and commit to a time management routine.

Thursday 9/1:  ACE Your Transition: Strategies for Academic Success

The two keys to academic success in college are time management and college-level study strategies. In this workshop you will learn how to set academic goals, minimize procrastination, apply study strategies to fit the expectations of your college courses, and build a weekly time management routine that allows you to stay on top of your learning while still having plenty of free time to engage with friends and activities on campus!

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