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.

 

Winter Events

December

Tuesday, 12/20: Multicultural Holiday Celebration

During this special event, we will celebrate and learn about the traditions related to the Winter Solstice, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa. Enjoy small offerings of traditional food, catering by Chicken Salad Chick, drinks, and live music by Rachel Hillman and the Ayoka Afrikan Troupe. Celebrate and honor the Winter Solstice with fire, feasting and toasting, and contemplation as we set our intentions for the year and burn a yule log. Take a moment to reflect during a Hanukkah Menorah Lighting Celebration (feel free to bring your own menorah). Come learn about the traditions of Kwanzaa and the 7 principles with Rhamira Joi and Edith Allen Corbett. Make sure to add your name to the Kwanzaa raffle for a chance to win an “Ujamaa” Basket filled with goodies from Tallahassee Black-owned businesses. Finally, we’ll close out the evening with a performance of traditional African dancing by Ayoka Afrikan Troupe.

Saturday, 12/17: Holiday Magic-Cirque de Noel

We are thrilled to bring back Cirque de la Symphonie with an all-new Holiday show. Showcasing new music, stunning aerial feats and awe-inspiring acrobatics, this performance is sure to fill you and your family with the wonder of the season. Performances at 2:30pm and 8pm.

Friday, 12/16: FSU Green Dot Faculty and Staff Bystander Intervention Training

FSU Green Dot will be hosting a Faculty & Staff training on Friday, December 16th from 1PM to 4PM. The training will be in HWC3502 and is open to all university staff, faculty, and administration. This training will focus on ways that faculty and staff can help to eliminate power-based personal violence in our community and support those who have experienced it.

Thursday, 12/15: Third Thursday Jazz Session

The best jazz session in town takes place on the third Thursday of each month, hosted by bassist Jack Straub and his Black Light District All Stars. Every session features in the first set a different "ambassador of jazz," so watch this space for more information...

Come listen to the first set, and perhaps join in during the second. Whatever your pleasure, this is getting to be a favorite tradition.

Thursday, 12/15: Performance by Rachel Hillman at Lemoyne Arts

Dress to SHINE at our Sparkles & Spirits Cocktail Party, Thursday, Dec 15, 5:30-7pm! Shop and dance the night away in your shimmering outfits to live music by Rachel Hillman while enjoying signature cocktails and delicious bites by Il Lusso and fresh oysters by the Oyster Mom herself! Tickets are $15 for LeMoyne Arts members, for $20 non-members.

Tuesday, 12/13: Tallahassee Civic Chorale Concert

The concert features new and familiar songs of the winter season arranged by composer Dan Forrest. “The Chorale has always enjoyed singing selections by Dan Forrest. He explores the many colors of the voice to access a wide range of emotions” (Dr. Leslie Heffner, Director) You can purchase tickets at the door or in advance at civicchorale.org.

Multiple Days, 12/10-12/11: THE BARDLINGS PRESENT... PUCK AND THE MUSHY GUSHY LOVE POTION

Southern Shakespeare Company's junior acting troupe presents a comedic adaptation of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream by local author Pat MacEnulty in a magical outdoor space.

Saturday, 12/10: A Very Lofty Musical Christmas

A Musical and fun free Community event at Lofty Pursuits

Friday, 12/9: Joey Gilmore Band

Come see Joey Gilmore & the band at The Blue Tavern. The cover charge is $10/person. The Blue Tavern is a wine and beer establishment only, but coffee, tea and soda can be purchased as well. A full kitchen is available until 9:30 PM.

Thursday, 12/8: tenThing Brass Ensemble

All-female Norwegian tenThing Brass Ensemble, formed and led by trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth, bring joy and excitement to Christmas time. A project that started as a fun collaboration between musical friends turned into a highly celebrated ensemble, known around the world for easing the barriers surrounding classical music and their commitment to outreach and education. tenThing Brass Ensemble presents a powerful yet fun, soulful and lyrical evening of brass music as you’ve never heard before!

Thursday, 12/8: Terrain Meets Terroir-A Roaming Art & Wine Tour

Celebrate two premiere exhibitions in this special closing event. MacArthur Genius Sky Hopinka, Tallahassee-raised Allison Janae Hamilton, Shoog McDaniel and more explore the land in Boundless Terrain. Liven up your night with the pop and color of internationallyrenown modernists Alexander Calder, Domingo García, Max Ernst and others in Shape Shifting: 35 Years of Late Modernist Prints.

Explore wine tasting stations, paired to highlighted pieces of art by sommelier Amanda Morrison of Poco Vino. Printed guides will be on hand to ensure you don’t miss any! Limited edition wine totes may be purchased the night of the event. Complimentary parking will be available in the Call Street Garage, just steps from the Museum.

Thursday, 12/8: V-rak-ke-ce-tv

The Office of Representation, Inclusion & Student Equity, in partnership with the Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement, Student Government Association, University Housing, and Fraternity and Sorority Life, is proud to host Florida State University's cultural graduation ceremony, V-rak-ke-ce-tv. The name "V-rak-ke-ce-tv" is the Seminole Creek phrase meaning "to honor" as we seek to honor students' accomplishments through their journey, honor their families and friends for their continued support, and honor what it truly means to be a Seminole.

Multiple Days, 12/8-12/9: Pebble Hill’s “Yuletide Season” Evening Tours

After hours evening tours of the Main House and Elisabeth Ireland Poe Gallery

Tuesday, 12/6: Ellen Nichols with Remember Whose Little Girl You Are

Join Midtown Reader for an evening with Ellen Nichols and her release Remember Whose Little Girl You Are.

Monday, 12/5: Coffee with the Councils

Coffee with the Councils is a chance for students to come by to get coffee and grab a donut provided by the Senior Class Council. This is a chance for the classes to network, socialize, and destress during finals week!

Monday, 12/5: Children’s Choir Performance

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

Sunday, 12/4: Seasonal Celebration

The combined choirs of the Florida State University College of Music come together to “sing in” the holiday season.

Sunday, 12/4: Fusion World Dance and Music Red Carpet Experience

The Fusion World Dance and Music Live World Theatrical Spectacle is now on film at the CMX Fallschase Theater in the heart of Tallahassee.

Multiple Days, 12/3-12/4: Market Days Arts & Crafts Show

Is one of the Southeast’s largest and best-juried arts and crafts shows, featuring the unique, handmade creations of over 300 artists and top-quality artisans and craftspeople. Market Days offers a beautiful array of works in various price ranges, from breathtaking fine art to charming stocking stuffers. The works include fine arts, ceramics, country furniture, stained glass, woodwork, glasswork, dolls, clocks, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, metalwork, clothing, photography and calligraphy.

Saturday, 12/3: Winter Festival

The 36th annual “Winter Festival – a Celebration of Lights, Music and the Arts” will fill downtown Tallahassee with merriment on December 3 from 3-10 p.m.

Multiple Days, 12/2-12/29: Veterans Memorial Railroad’s Polar Bear Express 2022

A beautiful train ride bedecked with Christmas lights, sights, scenery, music and more!

Friday, 12/2: 2022 Global Scholars Showcase

Mark your calendars for the 2022 Global Scholars Showcase on Friday, December 2nd starting at 3pm! After 12 months of preparing for, completing, and reflecting on their community-based experiences, each Global Scholar will share their individual experiences via a poster presentation. You’ve read their blogs over the past year, so come meet the cohort and engage with them about their time with the Global Scholars program!

Friday, 12/2: 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. Meet 15 minutes before your recovery time at Mendenhall Building A, Room 110 (Next to Einstein Bros Bagels).

Friday, 12/2:  Junior Recital – Rene Johnson, trombone

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, 12/2: Prism IV

Join us in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall for a unique, immersive band experience featuring musical selections ranging from classical to the top of the pop charts. With numerous ensembles staged around the audience, a full orchestra on stage, and Marching Chiefs along the aisles, there truly is no bad seat in the house!

Friday, 12/2:  University Chamber Choir and TCC Orchestra

The Florida State University College of Music is pleased to present G. F. Handel's Messiah, featuring the Florida State University Chamber Choir and Tallahassee Community Chorus Orchestra, Michael Hanawalt, conducting

Friday, 12/2: Buddy Mondlock with Hugh Roche

Buddy Mondlock writes songs. He does it so well that some great songwriters have recorded his songs on their own albums. Guy Clark, Nanci Griffith, and Janis Ian, to name just a few. You might’ve heard his song “The Kid” (recorded by David Wilcox, Peter, Paul and Mary and Cry, Cry, Cry) and maybe even sung it yourself around a campfire.

Friday, 12/2: THF presents the John Perry Thomas Speaker Series

Jaime Schmidt, associate professor of accounting at the University of Texas, is the speaker in the Thomas Howell Ferguson presents the John Perry Thomas Speaker Series. This event features topical discussions of accounting research relevant to academics on the cutting-edge of the discipline. Open to faculty and staff.

Friday, 12/2: First Fridays at Railroad Square Art District

Railroad Square is best known for the exciting and popular First Friday festival, occuring on the first Friday of every month, providing a lively, enjoyable experience with open studios and small businesses, live music, and colorful vibes

Friday, 12/2: Lavender Graduation

The Office of Representation, Inclusion, & Student Equity in the Center for Leadership & Social Change is excited to announce FSU’s inaugural Lavender Graduation! Lavender Graduation is a ceremony specifically to celebrate the accomplishments and identities of our graduating LGBTQ+ students.

Friday, 12/2: 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. You can attend breakout groups with other CreateFSU users, receive instruction from a librarian, or just put in some headphones and “jam” out while creating content for your website.

Multiple Days, 11/29-12/2: Prism-Band Extravaganza

Join us in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall for a unique, immersive band experience, featuring musical selections ranging from classical to top of the pop charts. With numerous ensembles staged around the audience, a full Orchestra on stage and Marching Chiefs along the aisles, there truly is no bad seat in the house!

Thursday, 12/1: PRISM III

Join us in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall for a unique, immersive band experience featuring musical selections ranging from classical to the top of the pop charts. With numerous ensembles staged around the audience, a full orchestra on stage, and Marching Chiefs along the aisles, there truly is no bad seat in the house!

Thursday, 12/1: Fire of Love

Fearless scientists and lovers Katia and Maurice Krafft die in a volcanic explosion doing the very thing that brought them together, unravelling the mysteries of volcanoes by capturing some of nature's most explosive imagery.

Thursday, 12/1: Holiday Open House at Rabbit Creek Market

Santa is getting some help from the Rabbit this year! What a winter wonderland we have in here. Bring your friends and kick off your holiday shopping at our 120+ vendors. Taste the market and enjoy samples from our cafe. Shop Local. Shop Small.

Thursday, 12/1: Guitar Ensemble Concert

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

Thursday, 12/1: New Faculty Development Deep Dive Luncheons

New Faculty Development Deep Dive Luncheons offer a self-serve lunch from Suwannee Dining hall and conversation with a faculty panel on areas of career development. All faculty new to FSU are welcome to join us.

January

Tuesday, 1/31: BLSA General Body Meeting

The Black Law Student Association will host its first general body meeting for the Spring Semester. The event will be open to the Student body to learn more about the organization and its members.

Tuesday, 1/31: Public Interest Law Center Info Session and Q&A

Meet Professors Hamill, Harley, Nathan, & Scott to ask about our four clinics focusing on children's rights, immigration & farmworkers, international human rights, and elder law. Lunch will be provided!

Tuesday, 1/31: Leadership Workshop Series

Join the FSU PC Business Administration Program as they present a series of leadership and career focused workshops for the spring semester. Each workshop will be conducted by Dr. Eren Ozgen, Professor of Management.

Tuesday, 1/31: Nutrition and Integrative Physiology Programs Info Session

More in Four invites you to join us to learn more about the various programs within the Nutrition and Integrative Physiology Department in the College of Health and Human Sciences. We will be joined by representatives from their departments to discuss information. This in-person workshop will be Tuesday, January 31 at 3:30 - 4:30 PM.

RSVP required: https://forms.office.com/r/sP8NreMmy6

Tuesday, 1/31: English Conversation Club

Join the Center for Global Engagement Monday-Friday from 4-5 p.m. in The Globe Lounge for the spring semester from Monday, January 17, to Friday, April 28.

CGE invites all levels of English as a Second Language (ESL) speakers to meet and practice conversational English in a relaxed atmosphere. These sessions are led by experienced English speakers.

Students, scholars and their families are welcome to attend!  All sessions meet in The Globe Lounge on the first floor.

Tuesday, 1/31: Circle K International GBM

Circle K International is the largest collegiate service organization in the country with chapters at Universities around the globe! We are a part of Kiwanis International, which includes organizations like Key Club, Builders Club, K-Kids, etc. So, if you were in Key Club in high school, then we are basically the college version! Here in Tallahassee, we work with a variety of local organizations to create the largest possible impact within the community. We host service events each week with ever-changing opportunities for service and fun!

Join us to hear about our upcoming service and social events!

And follow us on social media to stay up-to-date on upcoming events: https://www.instagram.com/fsu_cki/

Meetings every Tuesday @6:30 PM.

If you cannot make it, but still want to be a member, we post our slides after the meeting on our Linktree.

Tuesday, 1/31: Portuguese Language Workshop

Introducing the Portuguese Language to those who are interested in learning a few words, phrases, etc.

Tuesday, 1/31: Just Dance: Dance Night

Dance along to Rasputin and more during our Just Dance dance night! Think you have what it takes to be the ultimate dancing star? Put yourself to the test in a night of fun and rhythm

Tuesday, 1/31: Women in Accounting - General Body Meeting

Each of our meetings is hosted by a guest speaker or accounting firm. We focus on providing opportunities for accounting students to network and get to know professionals in the field.

Monday, 1/30: Bar Exam Kickoff

Please join us on Monday, January 30, 2023, at 11:00 am, for a Bar Exam Kickoff in Room 101. The Spear the Bar program provides workshops to assist you in preparing for the bar exam. You will have workshops your 3L year and over the summer as you study. The Bar Exam kickoff will include brief presentations from the Bar Success Team on the importance of utilizing your last semester to prepare for the bar exam.  Dean O’Hara O’Connor, Dean Benavides, Dean Henley, and the Bar Success Team will be in attendance.

Monday, 1/30: Unconquered by Debt: Certified Financial Peer Mentor Hours

The Spring 2023 Unconquered by Debt Financial Wellness Series is offering students opportunities to meet with a Certified Financial Peer Mentor to answer any personal finance questions they may have regarding their careers, stocks and bonds, taxes, retirement, and more.

No appointments are necessary,  students can visit the Stavros Center on Mondays from 12-1 PM, Tuesdays 3-4 PM, and Thursdays from 12-1 PM & 5-6 PM for assistance.

Monday, 1/30:  Externship: Hot Chocolate & Donuts

Join us on Monday, January 30, in the Main Classroom Building atrium for some hot chocolate and donuts! We will be tabling to kick off the start of the summer externship application period, so stop by and bring any questions you have.

Monday, 1/30:  Trafficking in America Task Force Awareness Month Panel

Please join TIATF for our annual Trafficking Awareness Month Panel. Our panelists will be Assistant State Attorney and FSU Law Alum Lorena Bueno, United States Attorney Michelle Spaven, and Professor Terry Coonan. The panelists will discuss trafficking in Florida and what we can do to help. The panel will be followed by a Q&A session. The event will take plance on 01/30 in the Rotunda, Publix will be served!

Monday, 1/30: English Conversation Club

Join the Center for Global Engagement Monday-Friday from 4-5 p.m. in The Globe Lounge for the spring semester from Monday, January 17, to Friday, April 28.

CGE invites all levels of English as a Second Language (ESL) speakers to meet and practice conversational English in a relaxed atmosphere. These sessions are led by experienced English speakers.

Students, scholars and their families are welcome to attend!  All sessions meet in The Globe Lounge on the first floor.

Monday, 1/30:  ESA SEEDS Birding Meeting

Join the Ecological Society of America's Strategies for Ecology Education, Diversity, and Sustainability (ESA SEEDS) club for our first official meeting of the semester! We will introduce ourselves, talk about what SEEDS is and what we do, opening officer positions, and ... birds! The following week, we will be taking a field trip to St. Marks to go bird watching with some special guests!

Monday, 1/30: Sip and Get Serious with SASA

In this event, we are creating an open and safe space for discussion of colorism and how it has affected many South Asians here at FSU and within our communities near and far, while sipping on some chai, so make sure to bring your thoughts! The event is also open to anyone who wants to learn more about colorism and is encouraged to attend.

Saturday, 1/28: Evening with the Arts 

The highly anticipated Evening with the Arts Gala will return in-person at the historic SawanoClub on Saturday, January 28. This is a wonderful social and an elegant celebration of the arts with music by The Bushmen, fine dining by Black Fig, an exciting new Wine Pull, and the Collect select exhibition & silent auction finale. The Wine Pull offers one "blind draw" from a selection of wines rated 90+. This is a fun opportunity to win a bottle of wine valued at up to$175 for each $75 ticket. 

Saturday, 1/28: 2023 Spring Drag Show 

This event will take place on Saturday, January 28th from 8-10pm at the Club Downunder space. We will be co-sponsoring the event with Club Downunder and anyone is welcome to attend. 

Saturday, 1/28: Garnet and Gold Goes Green (G4) Game Day Recycling 

Become a G4 volunteer and encourage FSU fans to recycle before select home basketball games! By volunteering, you'll earn ServScript hours and a free t-shirt! You can also sign up as an individual or as a group. Please ensure that you are following FSU Civic Center's Clear Bag Policy to enter. Sign up here: tinyurl.com/G4Spring2023 

Friday, 1/27: Trial Team Tryouts 

The FSU College of Law Trial Team will be hosting its annual tryouts on the evenings of January 23, 25, and 27. If you are interested in joining one of the top trial teams in the nation, please submit your Intent to Compete Form by January 16, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. Failure to submit by the deadline may preclude your participation in tryouts. Please email fsutrialteam@gmail.com if you have any questions. 

Friday, 1/27: The Percy Jackson Musical "The Lighting Thief" Presented by Stage11 

As the half-blood son of a Greek god, Percy Jackson has newly-discovered powers he can't control, a destiny he doesn't want, and a mythology textbook's worth of monsters on his trail. When Zeus's master lightning bolt is stolen and Percy becomes the prime suspect, he has to find and return the bolt to prove his innocence and prevent a war between the gods. But to succeed on his quest, Percy will have to do more than catch the thief. He must travel to the Underworld and back; solve the riddle of the Oracle, which warns him of betrayal by a friend; and come to terms with the father who abandoned him. Adapted from the best-selling book The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan and featuring a thrilling original rock score, The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical is an action-packed mythical adventure "worthy of the gods" (Time Out New York). 

Friday, 1/27:  Photogrammetry Institute: Processing 

The Photogrammetry Institute is a semester-long series of talks and workshops centered on approaches to (and applications of) 3D data modeling in scholarly and creative academic fields, hosted by the Florida State University Libraries’ Office of Digital Research and Scholarship. This program will explore the multivalent uses of computer-aided remote sensing, 3D, and photogrammetry approaches across the sciences and humanities to foster a collaborative, cross-disciplinary environment for the exchange of ideas. Events will rotate between project showcases, panel discussions, and hands-on workshops throughout the semester. 

For our second event,  join Marcelina Nagales (Research Computing Center) who will highlight how to effectively render complex models using software that does not require immense processing power, while also highlighting the Research Computing Center and its capabilities for assisting researchers. 

Friday, 1/27:  Workshop: Fulbright U.S. Student Program: Open Advisor Hours 

Do you have specific questions about the Fulbright U.S. Student Program? This is an opportunity to speak with a fellowship advisor! 

These open office hours will run from 10 AM until noon, so feel free to pop in! 

Friday, 1/27: ACE Your Transition 

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! 

Friday, 1/27: Housewright Virtuoso Series: The Ying Quartet 

The Ying Quartet (violins, viola, cello) occupies a position of unique prominence in the classical music world, combining brilliantly communicative performances with a fearlessly imaginative view of chamber music in today’s world.  

To learn more about our exciting College of Music Concert Season, visit us at music.fsu.edu or tickets.music.fsu.edu for event-specific ticket information. 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, 1/27:  TÁR 

Renowned musician Lydia Tár is days away from recording the symphony that will elevate her career. When all elements seem to conspire against her, Lydia's adopted daughter Petra becomes an integral emotional support for her struggling mother. 

Friday, 1/27: Stand-up Downunder Presents: Yedoye Travis 

YEDOYE TRAVIS is a comedian from Atlanta, GA. He was a New Face at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival, has appeared on RUSSIAN DOLL (Netflix), SEARCH PARTY (TBS), THE LATE SHOW WITH STEPHEN COLBERT (CBS), and in his own comedy special on EPIX as part of their series UNPROTECTED SETS. 

Come see Yedoye perform on Friday January 27th at Club Downunder Doors 7PM Show 8PM 

Thursday, 1/26: Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials 

Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials blow in from Chicago on Thursday for a throwdown in the boondocks. These guys blow the roof off the place each time they play and there ain’t no ifs, ands, or buts about it- this is gunna be a another Ed head party in the woods. Lil’ Ed is a two time Blues Music Award winner for Band of the Year and 15 time BMA nominee. Lil’ Ed may be small in stature (5’1″) but he’s a giant in the blues. He is a masterful guitarist who wields a mean slide, wears a wicked smile and sports a fez. High energy to say the least. He’s backed up by an equally raucous 3 piece rhythm section, including his half brother James “Pookie” Young on bass and background vocals, Mike Garrett on guitar & background vocals and Kelly Littleton on drums. These guys have been tearing it up with Lil Ed for more than 30 years. Good! Very good stuff! 

Thursday, 1/26:  Miracle Sports Baseball 2023 

The new season of SportsAbility Alliance Miracle Sports baseball begins Thursday night, January 26 and goes until April 6. Miracle Sports program provides team sports for people of all abilities. The best part is that entire families and groups of friends can all play together! 

Miracle Sports Baseball is played at Miracle Field at Messer Park which has a rubberized surface, making it accessible for all. Programs are designed to enable EVERYONE to participate. Adaptive equipment is available if needed. 

At the end of season celebration, FSU Cheerleaders cheer on the teams and FSU Seminole Sound plays music. Everyone is welcome to this Seminole Showdown celebration! 

Thursday, 1/26: FSU Real Estate TRENDS Conference Committee Meeting 

The TRENDS Conference Committee meets to discuss the 2023 TRENDS Conference. 

Thursday, 1/26: Seminole Futures All Majors 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! 

*There will be a 1 hour lunch break from 12 - 1 p.m. 

View registered employers and event details on NoleNetwork.  

Thursday, 1/26: 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. 

Thursday, 1/26: Starting a Paper or Essay 

Writer's block getting you down? Do you have a new assignment and don't know where to start? No idea what to write about? Come to our workshop for advice on picking a topic, getting organized, finding resources, and starting your paper off right! 

Thursday, 1/26: First General Body Meeting 

Introduction to the Brazilian Student Association  

Thursday, 1/26: CFC Bible Study 

Collegians for Christ Bible Study. Currently working through the principles of Christian living. 

Thursday, 1/26: Japanese Film Series: "Tampopo" (1984) 

A truck driver stops by a family ramen shop and decides to help its fledgling business. 

Itami Jūzō [1984; 1 hr. 54 min.] 

The Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics Japanese Film Series Presents Food for Spring 2023. 

All films are shown with English subtitles. Screenings begin with a brief introduction. The Japanese Film Series is a component of the cultural curriculum of the Japanese program at FSU. For more info contact: Dr. Matt Mewhinney mmewhinney@fsu.edu

Thursday, 1/26: TÁR 

Renowned musician Lydia Tár is days away from recording the symphony that will elevate her career. When all elements seem to conspire against her, Lydia's adopted daughter Petra becomes an integral emotional support for her struggling mother. 

Wednesday, 1/25:  Workshop: Fulbright Programs Workshop: Arts and Creative Projects 

This workshop will cover the Fulbright U.S. student program arts and creative projects and is geared towards applicants interested in graduate study or independent research. 

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

Wednesday, 1/25:  Garden Work Days in the Seminole Organic Garden 

Learn how to grow your own food! The Seminole Organic Garden is a great place to lessen your stress while learning about the benefits of gardening. Growing your own food using sustainable methods lowers your carbon footprint significantly, and you get to eat healthy, organic produce! Gardening also promotes the circulation of oxygen and minimizes the circulation of carbon dioxide, both of which help to create a cleaner environment. Growing your own produce even helps noise pollution, a sneaky way for pollution to reach humans! These plants actually absorb and deflect soundwaves, making planting an all-around winner. 

This semester's Garden Work Hours are Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:30-4:30pm.  

Wednesday, 1/25: Diversity & Inclusion Networking Event (DINE) 

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. 

Wednesday, 1/25: Glenn Miller Orchestra performance  

The World Famous, Glenn Miller Orchestra, the most popular and sought after big band in the world today for both concert and swing dance engagements. With its unique jazz sound, the Glenn Miller Orchestra is considered to be one of the greatest bands of all time. The present Glenn Miller Orchestra was formed in 1956 and has been touring consistently since, playing an average of 300 live dates a year all around the world. Erik Stabnau is the orchestra’s present music director. 

Wednesday, 1/25: The New 76ers | Paisley Fields | Wiley Gaby | Jeff Doker 

A night full of singer songwriters taking over The Bark in All-Saints District! The New 76ers, Paisley Fields, Wiley Gaby, & Jeff Doker will perform a night of songs to soothe the masses! Doors open at 6:30 - $10 gets you in - It\'s an ALL AGES show! 

Wednesday, 1/25: Beta Alpha Psi Meeting 

1. Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary organization open to Accounting, Finance, and Management Information Systems students and professionals.  

2. The purpose is to provide weekly club meetings for students to hear from various firms and companies regarding opportunities and internships.  

Wednesday, 1/25: FSU Trial Team Try-Outs 

The Spring try-outs are an opportunity for incoming 1Ls and 2Ls to showcase their oral advocacy skills. The skills learned in participating in this event are helpful for every law student but are of special importance for students with an interest in litigation.  

Wednesday, 1/25: GIVE at FSU Reusable Bag Painting 

As our first social event, we want to incorporate one of our pillars--sustainability--and invite the public to paint reusable bags with us. They can use them for groceries or whatever they want! This event will promote our new RSO and make a small impact in the community. 

Info Night will be held on FSU's campus in The Student Services Building room 221  

Wednesday, 1/25:  Housewright Virtuoso Series: Saturn Jazz Quartet 

Nouveau Jazz comes to Tallahassee in a professional quartet of FSU College of Music alums who delight with their creativity and enthusiasm. 

Wednesday, 1/25: Tech Interest Meeting 

Are you interested in working behind-the-scenes on a variety sketch comedy show? Look no further than Friday Night Live! We have tons of behind-the-scenes opportunities for you to hone your skills or learn something new. From digital production to live theater, we have a variety of avenues for many different interests. Join us in The Globe Program Room 3500 on January 25, 2023, between 8 p.m. - 10 p.m. to learn more! Plus, get a cool FNL T-shirt! 

Tuesday, 1/24: STEM Career and 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, 1/24: Finding Funding 101 

Identifying promising funding opportunities is the first step to winning a research grant. In this interactive workshop, ORD's Carolyn Bradley will introduce participants to the most comprehensive funding database available: Pivot.  Participants will learn how they can use Pivot to easily find funding for their research projects from both federal funding agencies and private foundations.  With participants employing lab computers, Carolyn will walk them through the process of creating an account and engineering targeted funding searches.   

This course is open to all interested faculty and staff members.  The Office of Training and Organizational Development (TOD) counts the workshop as an Advanced eSPEAR course and awards eSPEAR CE credit for participants who have completed their eSPEAR certification program.  To learn more, visit: https://www.research.fsu.edu/research-offices/sra/resources/training/espear/.  

Tuesday, 1/24:  Workshop: Fulbright Programs Workshop: Academic Grants 

This workshop will cover the Fulbright U.S. student program academic grants and is geared towards applicants interested in graduate study or independent research. 

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

Tuesday, 1/24:  Food for Thought: Big Law and Small Law 

Many students are interested in learning more about a career with an armed services Judge Advocate General program. On September 19, you can get more details on the application process and experience with the U.S. Navy JAG. Come meet Lt. Connor Sullivan, who has been coming to FSU Law for several years. Please RSVP via Symplicity by noon the day before to receive boxed lunch. 

Tuesday, 1/24: Writing Techniques: Tell a Story Workshop 

Improve your appellate writing in this workshop by exploring how to tell a story in the fact section, letting details speak for themselves. We practice eliminating adjectives and adverbs in our fact section and learn to "show, not tell." 

This workshop will take place Tuesday, January 24, 12:30-1:15 p.m. in room 101.  

Tuesday, 1/24:  Financial Management Association Meeting 

Greg Michaud, managing director at Voya Investment Management and a graduate and champion of FSU's real estate program, speaks at a meeting of the Financial Management Association (FMA). Open to all College of Business students. 

Tuesday, 1/24: LIFT Recovery Ally Program 

Recovery Ally Training: 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 use/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, 1/24: Voctave 

A cappella sensation Voctave has had over 150 million social media views of their videos, and their latest album, The Spirit of the Season, Deluxe Edition, reached No. 6 on the Billboard charts. Their previous album, The Corner of Broadway & Main Street Vol. 2, debuted at number 3 on the iTunes charts. Formed in 2015 by producer and arranger Jamey Ray, the voices that bring their arrangements to life represent a wealth of diverse backgrounds and musical experiences. Hailing from Central Florida, the eleven members of Voctave have performed across the globe and appear on countless recordings. 

Monday, 1/23:  Workshop: Fulbright U.S. Student Program: General Presentation Session 

This workshop will provide an overview of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards and timeline for applying. This will be a hybrid event but we ask that all attendees please register at the included link. Thank you! 

Monday, 1/23: The Meaning of Liberation: From Auschwitz to Bergen-Belsen-Book Talk with Dr. Bernice Lerner 

In this International Holocaust Remembrance Day talk, Bernice Lerner will describe events leading up to January 27, the date Auschwitz was liberated. She will share astounding facts about the subsequent liberation of Bergen-Belsen, the largest concentration camp at the war’s end. And how she went about writing a book that details this liberation from the points-of-view of Glyn Hughes, the doctor who led rescue efforts, and Rachel Genuth, a survivor who would grow up to become her mother. 

Monday, 1/23:  College of Nursing - In-Person Tour & Info Session 

Join the College of Nursing, Office of Student Services and Success, as we host one-hour, in person tours on select dates during the Fall and Spring semesters. Tours are hosted by College of Nursing student ambassadors. Guests will tour Duxbury Hall (DUX), the current home to the College of Nursing, and our simulation labs. 

Monday, 1/23: Garden Work Days in the Seminole Organic Garden 

Learn how to grow your own food! The Seminole Organic Garden is a great place to lessen your stress while learning about the benefits of gardening. Growing your own food using sustainable methods lowers your carbon footprint significantly, and you get to eat healthy, organic produce! Gardening also promotes the circulation of oxygen and minimizes the circulation of carbon dioxide, both of which help to create a cleaner environment. Growing your own produce even helps noise pollution, a sneaky way for pollution to reach humans! These plants actually absorb and deflect soundwaves, making planting an all-around winner. 

This semester's Garden Work Hours are Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:30-4:30pm.  

Monday, 1/23: Identity Beads Workshop 

Join Leading Women of Tomorrow at our Identity Beads workshop. During this workshop participants will be encouraged to make bracelets with different colored beads to represent parts of their identity. From there, our Director of DEI will lead them in a small group activity to discuss the importance of their intersectional identities.  

Monday, 1/23:  The Career Fair Experience: Actionable Steps to take DURING the Career Fair 

Join employer representatives from L3Harris, Amica, EY, and TTi to develop your day-of game plan for the upcoming STEM and All Majors Seminole Futures Career Fairs! Hear from industry professionals how to dress for success, stand out to employers, and be your authentic self during the fairs. 

Monday, 1/23:  Congress of Graduate Students Meetings 

Please join us for the COGS Assembly meeting.  All business is due the Thursday before a meeting, and financial requests take up to two weeks to process after a meeting, so groups are encouraged to submit requests as soon as possible. 

Monday, 1/23: Seminole Innovators Interest Meeting 

The idea of innovation is not limited to new inventions, emerging technologies, certain majors, or specific types of student thinkers. Instead it more relates to tapping into natural curiosity to unleash the innate capacity to innovate.     

The Seminole Innovators program creates an environment that encourages and rewards curiosity while expanding student skillsets and creating unique experiences. It provides students from ALL MAJORS with a pathway to experiential learning related to innovation and technology. 

Monday, 1/23: CDU Presents: Laundry Day 

Come Join Club Downunder for a perfomance by Laundry Day with opener Traumadump on January 23th with doors at 8PM and show at 9PM!! 

Sunday, 1/22:  Guest Artist Recital – Kenneth Johnson, trombone 

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

Sunday, 1/22:  Mary Poppins Jr. (Sensory-Friendly Performance) 

Based on one of the most popular Disney movies of all time and the Broadway musical that played for over 2,500 performances and received multiple Olivier and Tony Awards nominations, Disney and Cameron Mackintosh's Mary Poppins is capturing hearts in a whole new way: as a practically perfect Broadway Junior musical! 

Sunday, 1/22: Faculty Recital – Iain Quinn, organ and Shannon Thomas, violin 

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

Sunday, 1/22: Sinta Quartet, saxophone 

Third concert for The Artist Series of Tallahassee, 2022-23 Concert Season, Sunday, January 22, 4 pm at Opperman Hall, FSU. Also available as livestream or video at www.theartistseries.org

Saturday, 1/21: Living the Archive of William R. Jones Research Symposium 

Florida State University Libraries’ Special Collections & Archives, Department of Religion, and the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC), in collaboration with Darrell Jones, invite you to join us for Living the Archive of William R. Jones, January 19-21, 2023. 

This call invites former students, scholars, colleagues, and interested community members to the launch of the William R. Jones Papers and to continue the discourse of his legacy and thinking. These dialogues will enhance understanding of the archive’s context, meaning and impact and adding to the archival context for the William R. Jones Papers and to the published literature on Dr. Jones’ work. 

In addition to the archive unveiling, a series of performances and panels will showcase original research on his life adding to the archival context for the published literature on Dr. Jones’ work. 

Saturday, 1/21: Doctoral Lecture 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. 

 Saturday, 1/21: Dance Marathon 5K 

Our organization and community members will gather to run, walk or wheel at our 2nd annual 5K to raise money and awareness for our cause. 

Saturday, 1/21: Faculty Recital – Evan Jones, voice 

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

Saturday, 1/21: The Trent 10K, 5K, 1M 2023 

Roberts Elementary School is proud to host its 13th annual race that is once again honoring the memory of Trent McElroy, a Roberts 4th grade student who lost his battle to childhood cancer in 2013. 

It was Trent's greatest wish to support children who are valiantly fighting the same battle he fought. ALL proceeds of the race go to the Trent's Touch Foundation in order to support local families battling pediatric cancer. 

All courses have been certified. 

We hope you can help us celebrate the 13th anniversary of our race. 

Packet Pick-Up 

Thursday 1/19 - 4-7 @ Ology 

Friday 1/20 - 8 - 4 @ Roberts Elementary School Front Office 

Race Day Schedule 

7:15-8:00 Registration 

8:00 1 Mile Run 

8:30 10K and 5K Races 

Saturday, 1/21: Fallen Angels 

This Hong Kong-set crime drama follows the lives of a hitman, hoping to get out of the business, and his elusive female partner. 

Saturday, 1/21: Viva Verdi! 

Enjoy an evening of Verdi’s greatest hits with music from Il Travatore, Aida, Nabucco, and La Traviata. An all-star lineup of soloists, joined by FSU’s chorus program, will make this a concert for the ages! 

Saturday, 1/21: The Battle of Natural Bridge: History Talk 

Explore the little known facts about the 1865 Union raid that culminated at the Battle of Natural Bridge, the largest Civil War engagement in Fl. Featuring historian & author, Dale Cox. Sat, Jan 21, 10 am-12 pm, C-Quarters Marina, Carrabelle, FL. 

Saturday, 1/21: Motor City Josh & The Big 3 

Motor City Josh & The Big 3 cruise in from Detroit with their brand of "Soulful Rockin Funky Blues You Can’t Refuse". They'll be featuring their new album “Finding A New Gear”. The band has garnered 10 Detroit Music Awards and has been a club favorite since the Dave's CC days! Josh is joined by longtime guitarist Johnny Rhoades on guitar/vocals, Chris Smith on bassvocals, and Todd Glass on drums. 

Saturday, 1/21: FSU Panama City Torch Run 

The Torch Run, which has been a FSU Panama City tradition since 1989, has evolved into a timed 5K run for this year’s event. This event is open to all ages of students, alumni and the community including walkers, runners, rollers and strollers.  

All FSU students, alumni and friends are invited to celebrate Florida State at FSU Panama City’s Torch Run beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 21, 2023, at FSUPC 

Friday, 1/20: Color of College

Participate in the College of Social Work's art competition event, Color the College! Join as a team or an individual to submit artwork to be displayed in the CSW. Participants are invited to create artwork inspired by one or more CSW values to inspire their art: select one or more of the following CSW values to inspire their art: advocacy, passion, compassion, growth, leadership, diversity, change, and community.Click here to learn more about competition rules.

Friday, 1/20: Living the Archive of William R. Jones Research Symposium

Florida State University Libraries’ Special Collections & Archives, Department of Religion, and the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC), in collaboration with Darrell Jones, invite you to join us for Living the Archive of William R. Jones, January 19-21, 2023.

Friday, 1/20: ACE Your Transition

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!

Friday, 1/20:  Black Faculty, Staff and Graduate Student Mixer

Join us for a casual social and networking opportunity with Black faculty, staff, and graduate students. Refreshments will be provided.

Sponsored by: Office of Representation, Inclusion & Student Equity and the Black Student Union

Friday, 1/20:  CDU x Hip Hop Club Present: Freestyle Friday

Show off your freestyle rap or poetry skills at Freestyle Friday! Doors are at 7:30 with the show starting at 8:00 in Club Downunder! Send an email to upcosponsor@admin.fsu.edu to sign up.

Friday, 1/20: The Legendary King of the Chitlin Circuit, Bobby Rush

Heads up: The legendary King of the Chitlin Circuit, Bobby Rush, comes in for a special solo show on Friday, Jan. 20.  He\’s a two time Grammy winner, six time Grammy Nominee, 14 Blues Music Awards including many Entertainer of the Year Awards, Blues Hall of Fame Inductee, and too many more accolades, movies and documentaries to list. He\\\’s graced the cover of Limelight at least twice. As Ed Sullivan would say, \”A really, really big shoe\”. Especially in the cozy confines of the BBC.

Friday, 1/20: Little Wildflowers Playgroup

Little Wildflowers is a Montessori and nature-based playgroup for children ages 2 to 5 in Tallahassee. Each week, there will be around ten new learning activities for children to explore with their families.

Thursday, 1/19: MSF Information Sesion

Join us for an information session to learn more about the Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program. A panel of current students, faculty and staff will be available to answer your questions about the program and application process. Open to all FSU students.

Thursday, 1/19:  Holland & Knight Info Session on Governmental Practice

This event will take place on Thursday, January 19, 2023, from 12:30 to 1:30 in the Advocacy Center, Room A102 (reading room on first floor).

Please join Holland & Knight attorneys for a discussion on government-related work and opportunities available within big law. Attorneys at different stages of their careers will share their tips and insights for students who are considering a law firm career path.

Thursday, 1/19: ACE Your Transition

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!

Thursday, 1/19:  CDU Presents: Groove is in the Heart

Throw it back to the 70s with Club Downunder. Join us at Club Downunder from 5pm-7pm for record painting, tie dying, and name that song.

Thursday, 1/19:  Living the Archive of William R. Jones Opening Reception

Living the William R. Jones Archive. Opening Celebration & Reception. Please join us to celebrate the life and work of Dr. William R. Jones and the opening of his archival collections. Featured guests: Prof. Darrell Jones and Dr. Monifa Love

Thursday, 1/19: First Generation and Imposterization Panel

First Gen students, junior faculty, deans, department chairs, and all others are welcome to come and imagine co-creating a future without imposterization. Panelists will discuss the history and impacts of imposter syndrome, imposterization in the academy and its effects on underrepresented groups, and ways to cultivate success. The event will be moderated by Dr. Leslie Richardson from the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Aliya Carrington, a senior in the Women's Studies program, and feature panelists Arnez Wallace (Assistant Director, Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement), Professor Keithen Mathis (Social Work), Dr. Diana Williams (Neuroscience), and Dr. Lara Perez-Felkner (Higher Education and Sociology).

The in-person event will also be offered live via zoom, but virtual attendees must register to participate.

Zoom Registration: https://fsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwkd-iurjMpGtHThAqXN2AYvz9ZKdzy-uqk

Sponsored by: Human Resources Office of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion and the Center for the Advancement of Teaching 

Thursday, 1/19: Panel Discussion on Religion

The FSU PC Illumination Speaker Series on Diversity presents a panel discussion on religion featuring speakers representing the Jewish, Christian, and Islamic faiths in the St. Joe Community Foundation Lecture Hall. The speakers include,

Judaism: Mitchell Delcau, Rabbi of Temple Beth Shalom in Ft. Walton Beach. Christianity:Jesse Nelson, the Mayor of Lynn haven and the senior pastor of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church. Islam: Hiba Rahim, an American Muslim activist and community organizer with the Florida chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. This event is free to everyone.

Thursday, 1/19: NSBE Frist Spring GBM

First GBM of the Spring Semester! We will be covering upcoming events, cosponsorships, job opportunities, and more! Hope to see yall there!

Thursday, 1/19: International Guitar Night

International Guitar Night (IGN), the longest-running guitar show in America, is now in its 23rd year. Each year, IGN brings together a new group of renowned guitarists from around the world to tour the United States. The 2023 troupe includes Canadian jazz guitarist, vocalist, and recipient of the 2021 Juno (Canadian Grammy) for Jazz Album of the Year, Jocelyn Gould; riveting Gypsy Jazz Guitarist Olli Soikkeli from Finland; Classical Guitar Soloist and Chamber Musician Stephanie Jones from Australia, and Flamenco Master Jesus Guerrero from Spain. The guitarists will play solo sets in the first half and an all-collaborative second set, including duets and quartets.

Thursday, 1/19: Exhibit Opening: Passionate Journey, ft. Eluster Richardson

Join us for Passionate Journey, exhibit opening. Live music, food, and more

Thursday, 1/19:  Family Night at Fun Station

Make this Thursday a family night with Four rounds of Mini Golf, One Large Pizza, One pitcher of Soda and a $10 fun card to enjoy the arcade $40 bundle

Wednesday, 1/18: RSM Employer of the Day

RSM US LLP, an audit, tax and consulting firm that focuses on the middle market of the U.S. and Canada, will be on campus recruiting students interested in accounting or MIS. From 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. during this all-day event, RSM will be located in Weichelt Lounge (RBB 220). Open to all College of Business students.

Wednesday, 1/18:  2023 Environmental Career Panel

Notes on What Comes Next: After Graduating from FSU Environmental Law Program. Wednesday, January 18, 2023, 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. in the FSU Law rotunda

Wednesday, 1/18:  BLSA General Body Meeting

Please join BLSA's General Body Meeting on January 18, 2023 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. This will be a great opportunity to learn about what BLSA has planned this semester

Wednesday, 1/18:  MS-BA/MS-MIS Information Session

Join us for a casual information session to learn about the Master of Science in Business Analytics (MS-BA) and the Master of Science in Management Information Systems (MS-MIS) programs. Stop by our table to talk about admissions and ask any questions you may have about either program. Open to all FSU students.

Wednesday, 1/18:  Dr. Nina Eidsheim Lecture

The Body as Music’s Terrior

If music and sound are “thick events” that necessarily exceed our ability to grasp them fully, what resources do we have to make (at least) partial sense of them? Metaphorical language works as one of these resources, not only shaping the ways in which we perceive and understand music, but also one another and the world. Western musical thought has been shaped by several dominant metaphors. These metaphors not only influence the vocabulary we use to describe and analyze music, they also impact our musical imaginaries, performance practices, and sensory access to music. In this talk, I play with a metaphor that has not been much used related to music. I discuss terroir as the metaphorical underpinning that helped me to conceptualize singing and listening as intermaterial vibrational practices (2015), and to articulate how the cultural-political concept of the race of sound has material (and sonorous) consequences (2019). More broadly, I encourage those of us invested in decolonializing data, methodology and analysis to experiment with new metaphors.

Wednesday, 1/18: RMI Student Prep Meeting

This event prepares students for the job market by providing information about resumes, business cards, student travel opportunities, NoleNetwork, the interview process, first impressions and social networking.

Wednesday, 1/18: Black Table Talk

This event will be a forum where the black students on campus can discuss their positive and negative experiences at a predominately white institution. We will also ask students on how the black student union can better serve them. We will provide light refreshments as well.

Wednesday, 1/18: GBM Meeting

Come to our GBM to find out more about Engineers Without Borders and our current project in Lwala-Nyakongo, Kenya.

Wednesday, 1/18: Student Senate Meetings

The Senate meets every Wednesday on a monthly basis during Spring semester to vote on proposals and other matters as submitted by its committees and constituents. Open comments: https://fsu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b9EVvRotPr4y03r

Wednesday, 1/18: Open Mic Night

Join us for our first open mic of the year and spring semester! We'll be back at Calvin's Coffee House for a night of music so come out to support our local and student musicians!

Wednesday, 1/18: Tommy Emmanuel w/ Gareth Pearson at the Moon

Australia's legendary acoustic guitarist, TOMMY EMMANUEL (latest album: "The Best of Tommysongs") comes to Tallahassee, along with support from GARETH PEARSON!

Tuesday, 1/17: 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! View registered employers on NoleNetwork.

Tuesday, 1/17: Career Advising

The College of Social Sciences and Public Policy has a dedicated FSU Career Center Liaison, Tyrone “T.J.” Johnson, who specializes in assisting students in our college.

T.J. provides drop-in career advising for both students and alumni. Reach out to get help with your resume, cover letter, online portfolio, applying to grad school, and searching for an internship or job.

The Career Center also holds general drop-in career advising (no appointment necessary). Check the Career Center’s website here for details about in-person and virtual drop-in hours.

Tuesday, 1/17: Job Talk with Dr. Julia Sheffler

Dr. Sheffler is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Center for Translational Behavioral Science at the FSU College of Medicine. Her research focuses on developing and scaling behavioral and lifestyle interventions for underserved aging adults at increased risk for Alzheimer's disease.

This Job Talk with Dr. Sheffler will address modifiable disease risk factors for Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.

Tuesday, 1/17: Tabletop Tuesday

Come join Game Committee for a laid back night of tabletop gaming featuring your favorite childhood classics and rpgs!

Tuesday, 1/17: Karaoke Night

Sing your heart out at the ASLC with an evening of karaoke. Whether it's Bohemian Rhapsody or the most obscure song to ever be recorded, we welcome all!

Tuesday, 1/17:  Faculty Recital – Adrienne Tedjamulia Read, flute

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

Tuesday, 1/17:  Housewright Virtuoso Series: The Dohnányi Chamber Players

Guest violist Csaba Erdélyi, Principal Viola of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, and Bernhard Scully, horn soloist from the University of Illinois, join Shannon Thomas (violin), Gregory Sauer (cello), Jonathan Holden (clarinet), and Ian Hobson (piano) in a concert with works by Dohnányi, Franc, and Schumann

To learn more about our exciting College of Music Concert Season, visit us at music.fsu.edu or tickets.music.fsu.edu for event-specific ticket information. 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.

Tuesday, 1/17:  Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration featuring Ben Crump

The university’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration will feature university performances, award presentations, and the Golden Torch Lecture keynote from Ben Crump. Crump is an FSU alumnus and renowned civil rights attorney who has represented the families of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, as well as the children of Flint, Michigan. He has been listed among the Most Influential People of 2021 by TIME100, Ebony Magazine’s Power 100 Most Influential African Americans, The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Lawyers, and the 2014 NNPA Newsmaker of the Year. Crump is the president of the National Civil Rights Trial Lawyers Association, previously served as president of the National Bar Association, and was the first African-American to chair the Florida State University College of Law Board of Directors. For more information, visit https://sga.fsu.edu/golden-torch.shtml.

Tuesday, 1/17: U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors in Concert

The United States Army Jazz Ambassadors will present an evening concert at Florida A&M University.

Monday, 1/16:  Day of Service with Engage TLH

MLK Day is the only federal holiday designated as a National Day of Service to encourage all Americans to volunteer to improve their communities. During the last quarter-century, the MLK Day of Service has grown, and its impact increased as more Americans embraced the idea that citizenship involves taking an active role in improving communities. Observe this National Day of Service with EngageTLH, which is hosting service trips throughout Tallahassee from 9 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Immediately following the service experience, participants are invited to join a reflection session with guest speakers from across the Tallahassee community. Light refreshments will be provided. More information about specific service opportunities and registration will be available beginning Monday, Jan. 9 at thecenter.fsu.edu/EngageTLH.

Monday, 1/16: MLK Day Balck Art & Business Expo

Come support local Black artists and entrepreneurs on this historical holiday! Breathe in Color Wellness Studio in Railroad Village is hosting an MLK Day Black Art and Business Expo on January 16th

Event Title: MLK Day Black Art and Business Expo. Date/Time: January 16th from 1-4 PM. FREE, no tickets required. For more information: Teylor Parks, parksteylor@gmail.com, 404.822.7576

Sunday, 1/15: Tallahassee Nights Live: The Wakanda Edition - Kings & Queens Edition

IN CELEBRATION OF MLK WEEKEND- TALLAHASSEE NIGHTS LIVE, SUNDAY JAN 15TH – We want you to dress like the KINGS & QUEENS you are! We ALL will be ROYALTY status on SUNDAY JANUARY 15TH at The Moon! You don’t want to miss the show that we have in store, plus most of us will be off the following Monday! The RED CARPET will be majestic with GOLD chairs, palms and more! This will be epic so get your wardrobe ready beautiful Kings and Queens! AND LISTEN TO THIS: The TNL stars will be putting on another 5 star show so get your tickets now!  DOORS OPEN AT 6PM! TICKETS ON SALE NOW! 850-878-6900 – General Admission $25 / VIP $40 / SVIP $50 – All VIP includes free catered food and Reserved Seats. Call 850-321-5765 or 850-459-7399 for VIP Tables and Seating!

Sunday, 1/15: $4 Activities at Fun Station

Come out and enjoy our BEST DEAL for cheap activities. All activities including Go-Karts, Laser Tag, Mini Golf, are only $4 during these special times.

Saturday, 1/14:  FSU CoM Panama Outreach 5k

FSU College of Medicine's FSU Cares and Students Interested in Global Health (SIGH) would like to host a 5k race to help raise money for our annual medical service learning mission trip to Filipina, Panama. Proceeds from the event will help pay for supplies, medications, children's toys and transportation. Each year since 2002, a team of FSU College of Medicine medical students and faculty members travel to Panama, where they spend one week providing health outreach services to the residents of rural Filipina and surrounding villages. After speaking with FSU PD's Sgt. Izquierdo, the race will follow the typical 5k route starting and ending at the unconquered statue at Doak Campbell Stadium. We would like to welcome the public to participate.

Saturday, 1/14: 2023 Music Theory Forum

We are pleased to announce FSU's 40th Annual Music Theory Forum, the longest running graduate-run Music Theory conference! The event is free and open to the public. Come and see what some of the latest research in the field of Music Theory is like, and catch a wonderful keynote presentation from Prof. Noriko Manabe from Temple University.

Saturday, 1/14: Take me home North Florida Pet Adoption Event

Please join us for the 9th annual Take me home Pet Adoption event. We will have 11+ animal rescue adoption booths, vendor booths and food trucks. Silent auction items benefiting the local rescue groups.

Saturday, 1/14: The EG Knight Trio Birthday Bash

The Georgia Songbird, EG Kight, parties down at the juke again to celebrate her birthday along with Gary, Tammy and DebbieSue.  EG received multiple nominations for 2022 Blues Music Awards and Blues Blasts Awards for her newest cd, The Trio Sessions. EG’s talents extend from singer, songwriter, guitarist, photographer and writer but is best known for her mellifluous melodies.

Music, video and more:http://www.egkight.com/. Show time is 7:30 pmAdvance tickets are $25 with a table reserved in your name athttp://www.bradfordvilleblues.com//events-tickets/Day of show tickets are $30. Moose Magnificat, Tallahassee Radio to the World, will stream the second set live at 9 pm at http://www.moosemagnificat.com/listen. Ms. Ernestine will be serving her world famous catfish and sausages in her fry shack next to the bonfire.

Saturday, 1/14: Irish Dance Tallahassee Dance with Me Mini-Session

Our tiniest dancers and their adults are invited to join Irish Dance Tallahassee for a fun and creative Dance with Me experience. Winter is here and this is perfect opportunity to get out together and dance, sing, count and have fun together. Children ages 1-5 with adult 18+. Classes run January 14 thru February 25, 2023. Register online.

Tuesday, 1/10: TEF Presents an Evening with Kelli O’Hara

One of Broadway's busiest leading ladies brings her intimate cabaret to the Thomasville Center for the Arts as Thomasville Entertainment Foundation's 85th performance season continues. Seven-time Tony Award nominee Kelli O'Hara, winner of the 2015 Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, takes the stage to showcase the vocal talents that catapulted her to starring roles on Broadway and the Metropolitan Opera.

Monday, 1/9: For the Love of Gelato

This Welcome FSU week treat yourself to a free cone or a free topping with every purchase... For the Love of Gelato! With 24 different flavors, dairy free and vegan options, we've got a gelato or sorbet for everyone!

Saturday, 1/7: SLC Movie-Pearl (2022)

Trapped on an isolated farm, Pearl must tend to her ailing father under the watch of her mother. Lusting for the glamorous life she's seen in movies, Pearl's temptations and repressions collide.

Saturday, 1/7: DEMP Week Lloyd Music Day Party

Lloyd Music Day Party provides sensational sounds, delighting fans with unique R&B tunes.

Friday, 1/6: CDU Presents: Trivia Night with Carly and Kate!

Calling all quiz heads Are you looking to test your knowledge ahead of the Spring semester? Join Carly and Kate on Landis Green on January 6th for your chance to win some awesome prizes and earn bragging rights amongst your friends! Check-in starts at 3:30 pm, with the game at 4:00 pm. Come early to secure your Trivia materials.

Friday, 1/6: Faculty and Staff Start to Fitness Regular Registration

Looking to start your fitness journey? This 10-week, small group personal training program for FSU Faculty and Staff will pair a 4-person team with a nationally certified personal trainer to identify and meet their fitness goals.

Friday, 1/6: Railroad Square’s First Friday

Railroad Square is best known for the exciting and popular First Friday festival, occuring on the first Friday of every month, providing a lively, enjoyable experience with open studios and small businesses, live music, and colorful vibes

Thursday, 1/ 5: Tots on Trails at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge

Tots on Trails is a FREE program for caregivers and their children ages 18 months to 4 years old. We will have outdoor activities, crafts and a short hike on a refuge nature trail. Registration is required.

Wednesday, 1/4: Campus Connect 101

Introduction to Campus Connect, Notes, Reports, Advance Search. Course objectives: identify main tabs and side menu pertaining to student data; create reports and notes; distinguish the different uses of reports and notes; utilize the advanced search feature.

February

Friday, 2/10: Black History Arts and Culture Festival

Join the Florida Division of Arts and Culture and the Division of Historical Resources for our second annual Black History Arts and Culture Festival on February 10, 2023 from 5:30PM to 8:30PM!

Hosted at The Grove Museum, this event features musical artists like Lili Forbes and Florida Heritage Award winners, The Lee Boys, as well as bronze sculpturist, painter, and graphic artist Kenneth Reshard. This community festival celebrates the achievements of Black Floridians and will showcase the rich tapestry of Black Arts and Artists in Florida. Bring your family and friends to enjoy vendors, food trucks, community partners, and more. The Call-Collins House will be open for visitors to tour the museum and learn about the history of The Grove.

This event is FREE and open to the public. RSVP via Eventbrite to be entered into a drawing for a work of art by featured artist, Kenneth Reshard.

Parking can be found at 902 N Monroe St. or in the Florida Governor’s Mansion visitor parking lot off Brevard St.

Friday, 2/10: Valentines Contra Dance feat. Vicki Morrison

Join us Friday, February 10th for a contra dance! Our very own Vicki Morrison will be calling the dances. Singles, couples, and families alike will enjoy this fun, heart-filled community dance.

Tallahassee community contra dances have resumed in the Senior Center Ballroom on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month! Contra dancing is a beginner-friendly American folk dance for all ages. It shares many moves with square dancing (such as swing your partner and do-si-do) and is danced in long lines to live music. The bands and callers vary each night. Come alone or bring friends–no partner or experience required. Those new to contra dancing are strongly encouraged to come by 7:15 when a Beginner Lesson will be taught, and as dances are taught in more detail early in the evening. Wear comfortable clothes and flat shoes.

In anticipation of Valentine’s Day we’ll have a chocolate fountain flowing, and dancers are encouraged to bring dippable items to share (fruit, marshmallows, baked goods, etc.). Wear red or pink too if you feel so inclined!

Friday, 2/10:  FSU Business Review Symposium: New Frontiers in Organizational Law

FSU Business Review is excited to announce its inaugural symposium, entitled "New Frontiers in Organizational Law." The law of organizations, particularly LLCs, has changed rapidly in the last few decades, with new types of organizational forms, new variations within the forms, and more attention to the expansive possibilities of private ordering. The Symposium will not only focus on substantive legal and theoretical issues, but will also discuss the impact such changes may have on businesses and industry professionals as a whole.

Friday, 2/10:  Bloomberg Training Session

For only undergraduate finance students admitted to the program, this session covers the basics of using Bloomberg terminals and provides an overview of Bloomberg Market Concepts. Students who complete the training will be able to gain access to the Trading Room to complete Bloomberg Market Concepts and obtain Bloomberg certification. Registration, which is required, opens Jan. 30 and ends Feb. 9.

Friday, 2/10: L.O.V.E.: Letterpress Open house Valentine Event with SCAP

Come letterpress print Valentine postcards with Small Craft Advisory Press at the Facility for Arts Research. Try your hand at printing using our Vandercook printing presses to create unique Valentines for your boos, baes, and butter snoozles. We’ll provide instruction, paper, and an array of valentine-themed printing materials to help you create your Valentines. After printing, we’ll help you trim down your valentines so they’re ready to pop in the mail. We’ll also have writing utensils on hand so you can complete your postcards with odes to your loved ones before you leave. This event is free and open to the public.

Friday, 2/10: SASJBEP Management Council Meeting

The Management Council for the St. Andrew and St. Joseph Bays Estuary Program will be meeting bi-monthly on the second Friday of the month from 10-12 CT to discuss CCMP development, projects, and committee products.

Friday, 2/10:  Screenwriting Group Activity

Fridays at 3:00 PM in Bellamy 208 we provide a space to having fun writing, collaborate with other writers, and challenge yourself with prompts and themes. There's zero pressure to be a good writer. As long as you're having fun and are passionate about what you're writing that will reflect in your stories :)

Friday, 2/10: Culture and Sip

Provides awareness to Black Student on Campus on what Black Alumni does and how to stay connected. Being able to connect them before they graduated will allow the gap to be bridged faster and allow more retention after graduating. People will be painting and drinking apple cider and other drinks. There will be food along with music and fellowship.

Friday, 2/10: Doctoral Chamber Recital – Nathan Douglas Haines, conducting

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

Friday, 2/10: Senior Recital – Daisy Nuñez, voice

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

Friday, 2/10: Ready or Not (2019)

Rom coms not your thing? Not a big romance fan? Or just looking for something different to enjoy with or without a sweetheart this Valentine's week? Then come over to the SLC for a READY OR NOT, where newlywed Grace must survive a deadly game of hide and seek and outsmart her new in-laws. Will she be able to make it till dawn or will the Le Domas family claim another victim? One thing is for sure, it will be a bloody good Valentine screening you won't want to miss!

This event is co-sponsored by CHAW and the kNOw More Student Advisory board. Help us kick off Healthy Relationships week with this dark comedy!

Thursday, 2/9:  Green Dot Bystander Intervention Trainings for Students

Green Dot is a campus-wide prevention strategy for reducing sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking within our campus community. It is a bystander intervention initiative that recognizes that most people care about the high prevalence of power based personal violence but may not have the tools to know how to be part of the solution. FSU Green Dot Bystander Trainings empower students to discover ways to be active bystanders and create a community that does not tolerate violence. There will be three student trainings for the spring registration is required.

Thursday, 2/9: FSU-Kislak Real Estate Market Strategies Forum

The forum brings together the region's business leaders and decision-makers to discuss market conditions and opportunities. The event is open to select students in the college's Real Estate program.

Thursday, 2/9: 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.

Thursday, 2/9:  LWT Nikki Fried

Democratic Party member Nikki Fried is coming to speak to Leading Women of Tomorrow! The former Florida Commissioner of Agriculture is a strong female leader in politics and she is here to talk to us about her journey. From helping create 9,000 jobs to creating hunger awareness, Nikki Fried is a force to be reckoned with. Come join Leading Women of Tomorrow, along with many wonderful organizations, as we welcome Nikki Fried onto FSU's campus.

Thursday, 2/9:  BSU Records: An Open Mic Night

Brief Description: This event is an Open Mic night where students can perform a piece of poetry or another vocal skill. Students will register for a spot and be able to perform, no auditions are needed. Our open mic night is designed to be a safe space in which amateur and seasoned performers can share their poetry. The intent is to highlight Black poets at FSU and this event would help us do so

Thursday, 2/9: Introduction to the Open Science Framework

NASA declared 2023 as “The Year of Open Science”! Attend this workshop to learn the basics of how to use the Open Science Framework to prepare for emerging practices in research. This open source tool enables connections to data, preprints, and data management and research planning. Join a global effort researchers already use to streamline their process, increase efficiency and collaborate internationally.

This introductory workshop will familiarize attendees with the basics of the Open Science Framework as a research sharing tool. Key topics will include what is OSF, how to utilize OSF in their research, and benefits of the platform for research collaboration. By the end of this workshop, attendees will have created their own OSF project and learned how to organize their project materials and set up a collaborative environment for a research team.

Thursday, 2/9:  Lecture Series - Dr. Jerry Lorenz

Over a thirty year career, Dr. Lorenz has studied the ecology of Florida Bay focusing on Roseate Spoonbills and, more recently, on American Flamingos. He will present some of his scientific findings regarding both species with a focus on conservation and restoration of the Everglades and Florida Bay. With Flamingos, he presents why the state of Florida considered them an introduced and why historic and recent data indicates that they are indeed native to Florida. He discusses that Florida Bay was historically the major habitat for Flamingos in the state and why they warrant legal protection. Using Spoonbills as an ecosystem indicator species he reviews the reasons for the decline of this species since the early 1980's; what Everglades Restoration is doing and should be doing for this species and why climate change and sea level rise are further threatening what was once the sole nesting place for this species in Florida.

Thursday, 2/9: Celebration of Music by Black Composers

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

Thursday, 2/9: Colson Whitehead

Colson Whitehead is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Underground Railroad (an Oprah’s Book Club selection and winner of the 2016 National Book Award and 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction), The Noble Hustle, Zone One, Sag Harbor, The Intuitionist, John Henry Days, Apex Hides the Hurt, and one collection of essays, The Colossus of New York. He was named New York’s 11th State Author in 2018. His New York Times bestseller The Nickel Boys won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction (making him only the fourth writer to win two Pulitzers in the Fiction category), the 2019 Kirkus Prize for Fiction, and the 2020 Orwell Prize for Political Fiction. His latest bestselling novel, Harlem Shuffle, was published in the fall of 2021.

Thursday, 2/9: Silenced Voices: Guest Artist Recital – Boris Berman, piano

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

Thursday, 2/9: Miracle Sports Baseball 2023

The new season of SportsAbility Alliance Miracle Sports baseball begins Thursday night, January 26 and goes until April 6. Miracle Sports program provides team sports for people of all abilities. The best part is that entire families and groups of friends can all play together!

Miracle Sports Baseball is played at Miracle Field at Messer Park which has a rubberized surface, making it accessible for all. Programs are designed to enable EVERYONE to participate. Adaptive equipment is available if needed.

At the end of season celebration, FSU Cheerleaders cheer on the teams and FSU Seminole Sound plays music. Everyone is welcome to this Seminole Showdown celebration!

For more information and to register for Miracle Sports Kickball, visit https://www.sportsability.org/miracle-sports

Wednesday, 2/8:  Alumni Career Advisor Fair

Come and talk with FSU Law alumni about their practice areas and your interests.  Alumni in these practice areas will be here: Business Litigation, Real Estate, Wills and Estates, Employment Law, International Law,  Family Law, Environmental Law, Government/Regulatory, Personal Injury, Corporate/In-House.

Wednesday, 2/8: ACJ: DUI Litigation

A practicing DUI attorney will be speaking to students and faculty about the law surrounding DUIs. He will discuss what a DUI is considered under Florida law, his experience with law enforcement concerning DUI stops, and whether he believes the law should be changes. Furthermore, he will be discussing the penalties of DUIs. Alongside the attorney, we hope to also welcome a member of law enforcement. They will be there to provide the technical background of how DUI testing is done and provide insight from a non-attorney on whether Florida DUI law should or should not be changed.

Wednesday, 2/8: Tax Tips for Students Lunch & Learn

Tax Day is coming up. Need help? Enjoy free pizza while you learn tips about taxes.

Speakers: Jennifer Davidson, CPA, Tipton, Marler, Garner & Castain, The CPA Group; Dr. Joseph Krupka, CPA,PFS, CGMA Florida State University Panama City

Wednesday, 2/8: Silenced Voices: Guest Artist Masterclass – Boris Berman, piano

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

Wednesday, 2/8:  Building a Paper: Structure and Organization

You have the sources. You have the thesis. Spell check and grammar check have your writing covered. Then why can’t you ever seem to get an A on your paper? This workshop will cover organization and paper and paragraph structure to help turn your good writing into great writing.

Wednesday, 2/8: The Washington Center info sessions

Join The Washington Center's info sessions on Tuesday, February 8 and Wednesday, February 8th in Bellamy 150E to learn more about their immersive internships and academic seminars.

Wednesday, 2/8: Special Recital – Jennifer Christine Lamont, voice, soprano

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

Tuesday, 2/7: 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.

Tuesday, 2/7: Business Career Expo

The Business Career Expo is a recruiting event that gives employers direct access to one of the nation’s best talent pools – Florida State University business students. Open to College of Business freshman- through graduate-level business students, the expo provides a forum for students and employers to meet and talk one-on-one about full-time, part-time and internship opportunities.

Tuesday, 2/7:  Seminole Sales Showcase Career Fair

Several companies will be on campus to recruit for internships and jobs in sales, sales management and management trainee. Learn more at business.fsu.edu/sss. Open to all College of Business students.

Tuesday, 2/7: ULWR and Scholarly Article Workshop

Are you writing your ULWR paper? Are you writing a scholarly article for a journal? Join us Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 11a in room 310 for a workshop designed just for you! The Research Center and the writing specialist present helpful tips on how to research and write a scholarly paper or article. Light refreshments will be served. We look forward to seeing you there!

Tuesday, 2/7: Florida Center for Nursing - Nursing Education Think Tank

The Florida State University College of Nursing is proud to host the Florida Center for Nursing’s State of Nursing and Proposed Solutions Think Tank presented by the Florida Center for Nursing in collaboration with QUIN Council and the Nursing Action Coalition of Florida! Join us on February 7, 2023, at Florida State University to dive into the latest education survey findings as reported by the FCN. We want to hear from you!

Thanks to the generosity of Florida State University College of Nursing, parking is free and located inside the Woodward Avenue Garage (104 N Woodward Ave, Tallahassee, FL 32304).  A parking attendant will be located onsite. Please be sure to mention to them that you are there for the Florida Center for Nursing’s State of Nursing and Proposed Solutions Think Tank.

Tuesday, 2/7:  Unconquered by Debt: Certified Financial Peer Mentor Hours

The Spring 2023 Unconquered by Debt Financial Wellness Series is offering students opportunities to meet with a Certified Financial Peer Mentor to answer any personal finance questions they may have regarding their careers, stocks and bonds, taxes, retirement, and more.

No appointments are necessary,  students can visit the Stavros Center on Mondays from 12-1 PM, Tuesdays 3-4 PM, and Thursdays from 12-1 PM & 5-6 PM for assistance.

Visit their website for more information: https://coss.fsu.edu/stavros/unconquered-by-debt/

Tuesday, 2/7: Get Ready for the GRE

This introduction to the GRE offers a brief overview of the exam and tips on how to study, as well as information about other more in-depth test preparation opportunities.

Tuesday, 2/7: LEARN General Body Meeting

General Body Meeting for LEARN to discuss Spring 2023 events, provide student feedback to ELPS leadership on the current graduate programs, and plan for the future leadership of LEARN. Dinner will be provided for students attending in-person in the Learning Resource Center Conference Rooms at Stone Building (2206A, 2206D). The event will be offered in a hybrid format so those wishing to attend virtually can participate through Zoom.

Tuesday, 2/7: The Bryce Gowdy Story: The Stigmas of Mental Health in the Black Community

The event will be a mental health panel consisting of mental health professionals, Bryce Gowdy’s mother, and friends of Bryce. Which will include an informational and vulnerable open discussion about the stigmas that have been prevalent throughout the Black community. In the initial portion of the event, we will be viewing ‘Long Live Seven: The Bryce Gowdy Story’ which is a short 30 minute documentary about the suicide story of 18 year old and Georgia Tech recruit, Bryce Gowdy, from Deerfield Beach, FL. Following the documentary, the panelist will introduce themselves and begin speaking about the subject and reference the documentary. Then the panelists will begin answering questions and engaging in further discussion. This event is important and crucial to Black History month because statistically speaking the Black community has been underrepresented in terms of receiving the proper help. Typically those who reside in low-income communities and have little to no knowledge on the appropriate resources that can benefit them

Tuesday, 2/7: Circle K International GBM

Circle K International is the largest collegiate service organization in the country with chapters at Universities around the globe! We are a part of Kiwanis International, which includes organizations like Key Club, Builders Club, K-Kids, etc. So, if you were in Key Club in high school, then we are basically the college version! Here in Tallahassee, we work with a variety of local organizations to create the largest possible impact within the community. We host service events each week with ever-changing opportunities for service and fun!

Join us to hear about our upcoming service and social events!

And follow us on social media to stay up-to-date on upcoming events: https://www.instagram.com/fsu_cki/

Meetings every Tuesday @6:30 PM.

If you cannot make it, but still want to be a member, we post our slides after the meeting on our Linktree.

Tuesday, 2/7: Bible Talk

Join us for an open discussion about the Word of God! This semester, we’ll be exploring what it means to live by the Spirit and how that can apply to each of our lives.

The fruits of the Spirit are love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control (Galatians 5:22-23 NIV). Each week, we will be exploring how each of these facets of living in the Spirit manifest in our lives. No matter where you’re at in your journey with God, you are more than welcome to come and participate!

At 6:30pm, join us for pizza in the outdoor patio of HCB!

Tuesday, 2/7:  FSU aKDPhi Founder's Day Celebration

The Florida State Associate Chapter of alpha Kappa Delta Phi International Sorority Inc. is celebrating our sorority's founding anniversary on February 7th. alpha Kappa Delta Phi International Sorority Inc. is an Asian interest but not Asian exclusive sorority. All are welcome to attend our event to learn more about our history. At this event we will be giving a short presentation on who we are and what we do as an organization. Additionally, we'll be having interactive games and activities to socialize and network with sisters, and cut cake with refreshments in the end to celebrate.

For event updates, please check out and follow us on Instagram @fsuakdphi

Tuesday, 2/7: Step Afrika!

Founded in 1994 by C. Brian Williams, Step Afrika! is the first professional company dedicated to the tradition of stepping. Under Mr. Williams’ leadership, stepping has evolved into one of America’s cultural exports, touring more than 60 countries across the globe, and the Company now ranks as one of the top ten African-American dance companies in the United States. Step Afrika! blends percussive dance styles practiced by historically African American fraternities and sororities; traditional African dances; and an array of contemporary dance and art forms into a cohesive, compelling artistic experience. Performances are much more than dance shows: they integrate songs, storytelling, humor and audience participation.

Monday, 2/6:  Unconquered by Debt: Certified Financial Peer Mentor Hours

The Spring 2023 Unconquered by Debt Financial Wellness Series is offering students opportunities to meet with a Certified Financial Peer Mentor to answer any personal finance questions they may have regarding their careers, stocks and bonds, taxes, retirement, and more.

No appointments are necessary,  students can visit the Stavros Center on Mondays from 12-1 PM, Tuesdays 3-4 PM, and Thursdays from 12-1 PM & 5-6 PM for assistance.

Monday, 2/6: CHAW Wellness Week: Noles CARE

Noles C.A.R.E. and CHAW are collaborating to offer a suicide prevention workshop on Monday, 2/6 from 5pm-6pm. The workshop illustrates a step-by-step process anyone can use when concerned about someone’s mental health. The program clearly explains ways to express concern, ask about suicidal thoughts or other mental health issues, refer to resources, and encourage help-seeking. YOU have the power to just ask and make a difference in someone’s life!

Monday, 2/6: Congress of Graduate Student Meetings

Please join us for the COGS Assembly meeting.  All business is due the Thursday before a meeting, and financial requests take up to two weeks to process after a meeting, so groups are encouraged to submit requests as soon as possible.

Monday, 2/6:  Guest Artist Recital – University of Mississippi Music Faculty

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

Monday, 2/6: Symphonic Band Performance

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

Sunday, 2/5: Tallahassee Marathon - Half Marathon - Relay

The Tallahassee Marathon and Half Marathon begins on Monroe Street across the street from the Florida Capitol. Runners begin traveling north through Downtown before turning onto the rolling hills of the Glenview Drive residential area, through trendy Midtown, and on the tree-lined Calhoun Street and Franklin Boulevard.

Sunday, 2/5:  Art and Education for Social Justice Symposium 2023

This symposium, taking place in the William Johnston Building from February 3-5, 2023, invites scholars, practitioners, artists, and educators—from the community and the academy—to register for the 11th Art & Education for Social Justice Symposium. The goal of this interdisciplinary event is to include and amplify voices often on the margins of academia and to share theories, methodologies, and results of art and education practices that strive to have a direct public impact. The encounter will focus on the guiding question: How are art and education inspiring, affecting, and promoting social change?

Sunday, 2/5:  Seminole Suit-Up with JCPenney

Don't miss your chance to save money on the professional clothes you need for internships, interviews and jobs! The JCPenney Seminole Suit-Up is your exclusive opportunity to get professional clothes at a steep discount. Visit JCPenney at Governor's Square in Tallahassee on Sunday, Feb. 5 between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. for an exclusive 30% off career apparel, shoes and accessories.

Saturday, 2/4:  Cancer Prevention Month 5k Race

Relay For Life of FSU is hosting their annual spring 5k on February 4th, 2023 in honor of Cancer Prevention Month. The race will take place around Florida State's beautiful campus with registration beginning at 8:30am at the Integration Statue next to the New Student Union.

Saturday, 2/4: COBOL Address

The purpose of this event is to conduct a monthly address with all the COBOL organizations to update the monthly COBOL calendar and provide updates for COBOL week.

Saturday, 2/4: The Other Mozart

The Other Mozart is an award-winning solo play telling the forgotten story of Nannerl Mozart, the sister of Amadeus—a prodigy, keyboard virtuoso and composer, who performed throughout Europe with her brother to equal acclaim, but her work and her story faded away, lost to history. Created by Sylvia Milo, the play is set in a stunning 18-foot dress (designed by Magdalena Dabrowska from the National Theater of Poland). Directed by Isaac Byrne, The Other Mozart is based on facts, stories and lines pulled directly from the Mozart family’s humorous and heartbreaking letters.

Saturday, 2/4:  University Symphony Orchestra 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.

Multiple Days, 2/3-2/5: Art and Education for Social Justice Symposium 2023

This symposium, taking place in the William Johnston Building from February 3-5, 2023, invites scholars, practitioners, artists, and educators—from the community and the academy—to register for the 11th Art & Education for Social Justice Symposium. The goal of this interdisciplinary event is to include and amplify voices often on the margins of academia and to share theories, methodologies, and results of art and education practices that strive to have a direct public impact. The encounter will focus on the guiding question: How are art and education inspiring, affecting, and promoting social change?

Friday, 2/3: Dental Brigades Snack Tabling

Our organization will be tabling on campus on February 3rd to sell snacks for fundraising. We will be working at a table next on Landis Green from 9:00 am to 5 pm. The funds we receive from this fundraiser will go towards our annual dental brigade in the spring. On this brigade, we will be traveling to Panamá to help provide free dental care to the local communities. In addition, we hope to gain awareness about our organization and possibly gain new members.

Friday, 2/3: Professional Headshots with the Raising the Bar Professionalism+ Program

Need a new professional headshot? We've got you! Free professional headshots, courtsey of our Raising the Bar Professionalism Program, will be available on February 3 from 12-3 p.m. on the green.

Friday, 2/3: Making Notes (not taking them!)

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

Friday, 2/3: Screenwriting Group Activity

Fridays at 3:00 PM in Bellamy 208 we provide a space to having fun writing, collaborate with other writers, and challenge yourself with prompts and themes. There's zero pressure to be a good writer. As long as you're having fun and are passionate about what you're writing that will reflect in your stories :)

Friday, 2/3: English Conversation Club

Join the Center for Global Engagement Monday-Friday from 4-5 p.m. in The Globe Lounge for the spring semester from Monday, January 17, to Friday, April 28.

CGE invites all levels of English as a Second Language (ESL) speakers to meet and practice conversational English in a relaxed atmosphere. These sessions are led by experienced English speakers.

Students, scholars and their families are welcome to attend!  All sessions meet in The Globe Lounge on the first floor.

Friday, 2/3: First Fridays at Railroad Square Art District

Every first Friday of every month, rain or shine, Railroad Square Art District provides a lively, enjoyable experience with open galleries and small businesses, live music, plenty of food and beverage options, and great people watching. For over 20 years, this monthly event is a wonderful way to experience Tallahassee’s creative community.  Railroad Square is the place to go to support creative LOCAL businesses and experience a variety and uniqueness not found in any other single location in town…from vintage and antiques, to specialty stores and fine art, there are so many fun and creative shops, a non-profit theater, an authentic pinball arcade, a non-profit book store, a gaming shop, a cult cinema, and a specialty kayak shop…there’s truly something for everyone! Bring your kids to the complimentary craft table. In addition to a variety of food trucks, food and beverage options throughout Railroad Square include the Square Mug Cafe, Railroad Square Crafthouse, Oh Lemonade!, Halisi Africa, and the Crumbox Gastgarden, which is the only cafe in town built out of a real railroad caboose! Roads close around 6pm, so either come early or wear walking shoes and look for parking along FAMU Way.  We hope to see you there with your friends and family. Carpooling is highly encouraged.

Friday, 2/3: CDU Presents: Sing Your Heart Out!

CDU Presents: Sing Your Heart Out

This Open-Mic is the FIRST one of the year for musicians! If you're interested in performing swing by the Club Downunder at 5:00 pm to sign up for a performance spot. If performing isn't your thing, the show begins at 6:00 pm! See you there!!

** NOTE: Sign-up spots are limited, so come early to sign-up. Also, you must be able to set up your own equipment. CDU Production will be at the show to aid, if necessary. Performance slots are 5-minutes.

Thursday, 2/2: NGSA - Graduate Student Lunch with RUSHTON Guest Speaker, Dr. Erica Glasper (February 2nd, 2023)

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, 2/2: 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, 2/2: Unconquered by Debt: Certified Financial Peer Mentor Hours

The Spring 2023 Unconquered by Debt Financial Wellness Series is offering students opportunities to meet with a Certified Financial Peer Mentor to answer any personal finance questions they may have regarding their careers, stocks and bonds, taxes, retirement, and more.

No appointments are necessary,  students can visit the Stavros Center on Mondays from 12-1 PM, Tuesdays 3-4 PM, and Thursdays from 12-1 PM & 5-6 PM for assistance.

Visit their website for more information: https://coss.fsu.edu/stavros/unconquered-by-debt/

Thursday, 2/2: SBA First Generation Series: Navigating OCIs

Join the Student Bar Association (SBA) for the final installation of the First Generation Series! This presentation will cover what employers typically look for, what students should consider, and how advocacy teams, journals, experience, and grades play into the mix. The panel will take place from 12:30 - 1:30 pm in Room 208 and be moderated by SBA Committee Members, Zach Homeijer and Kelli Kinran. Chick-fil-A will be served - see you there!

Thursday, 2/2: 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, 2/2: 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.

Thursday, 2/2: Engage Your World: Moving Beyond GDP: Telling the Real Story of National Progress - A Talk by Robert Smith

Join the College of Communication and Information, the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy and the Center for Global Engagement for an Engage Your World event. It will take place on Thursday, February 2 at 5:30 p.m. in The Globe Auditorium.

Robert Smith, founder of Midsummer Analytics in Ottawa, Canada, is an experienced investigator and a consultant with an international reputation for his work on environmental and economic issues. He has a broad knowledge of the science, policy and economics related to natural capital, climate change, natural resources, ecosystems, wastes, environmental technologies and environmental expenditures. In addition, he has deep knowledge of official statistics, including the national accounts. He is especially known for his work developing and promoting the concept of natural capital and its use as a basis for measuring sustainable development.

This event also counts toward one of the intercultural event requirements for the Global Citizenship Certificate.

Thursday, 2/2: Miracle Sports Baseball 2023

The new season of SportsAbility Alliance Miracle Sports baseball begins Thursday night, January 26 and goes until April 6. Miracle Sports program provides team sports for people of all abilities. The best part is that entire families and groups of friends can all play together!

Miracle Sports Baseball is played at Miracle Field at Messer Park which has a rubberized surface, making it accessible for all. Programs are designed to enable EVERYONE to participate. Adaptive equipment is available if needed.

At the end of season celebration, FSU Cheerleaders cheer on the teams and FSU Seminole Sound plays music. Everyone is welcome to this Seminole Showdown celebration!

For more information and to register for Miracle Sports Kickball, visit https://www.sportsability.org/miracle-sports

Thursday, 2/2: Spring Kick-off General Meeting

Hello! We are the Step-by-Step Club a newly founded RSO devoted to creating a better environment and improving the lives of those less fortunate by collecting and donating needed items while also participating in local volunteer and charity events. In this meeting we will go into detail about how we plan to help our community!! We would love your help and participation in our mission! You can contact us at Stepbystepfsu@gmail.com

Thursday, 2/2: Opening Reception: Are We Free to Move About the World: The Passport in Contemporary Art

Join us Thursday evening, February 2, 2023, from 6:00-8:00 pm for the opening reception of Are We Free to Move About the World: The Passport in Contemporary Art. Curated by Grace Aneiza Alia, this exhibition explores how contemporary artists engage with the passport – an archive, document, symbol, object of migration, and instrument of mobility with control – to reflect one’s freedom of movement or lack thereof. The exhibition aims to investigate how artists treat the passport as an object of inquiry, both precious and stripped of its meaning, unpacking it as an urgent response to the global migration crisis.

The reception  Are We Not Free to Move About the World will be on display through May 20, 2023.

Thursday, 2/2: Political Pillow Talk

Welcome to IGNITE! This is our first General Body Meeting and we will discuss the mission of IGNITE, ways to be politically involved and current events.

Thursday, 2/2: Phantom Thread

Start the month of love off right by joining the SLC & Stitch FSU for Phantom Thread! This romance drama won the 2017 Academy Award for Best Costume Design Make sure to come in your best dresses and threads for free concessions (soda and popcorn)!

Wednesday, 2/1: KPMG Drop-in Networking Event

Find Your Fit at KPMG. Stop by between classes to meet KPMG professionals and learn more about the firm. Casual attire is appropriate. Open to accounting majors only.

Wednesday, 2/1:  In-House Corporate Counsel Externships Panel

Have you dreamed of using your legal skills to help a big company thrive? Join us on Wednesday, February 1st, 12:30-1:30pm in room 208 to hear how to make this dream a reality! A panel of your peers will discuss their experiences in their In-House Corporate Counsel Externships where they developed the skills and earned hands on experience to further their professional careers. Professors Adria Quintela and Richard Benham will be moderating the event, answering your questions, and unveiling the companies participating this summer. If you’d like to attend, save a spot NOW by RSVP'ing through the Machforms link below. We will be serving lunch, so be sure to indicate any dietary restrictions or preferences you may have.

Link to RSVP: https://fsu.forms-db.com/view.php?id=1368527

Wednesday, 2/1: Level-Up Workshop: Prep for the Career Expo

Prep for the Business Career Expo via a short presentation and detailed breakout sessions that offer helpful tips and strategies for job/internship seekers. Get the inside track on the companies and industries attending the Feb. 7 event. You benefit from our research so you can find out what companies are a good fit and also learn what makes an ideal candidate. Open to all College of Business students.

Wednesday, 2/1: English Conversation Club

Join the Center for Global Engagement Monday-Friday from 4-5 p.m. in The Globe Lounge for the spring semester from Monday, January 17, to Friday, April 28.

CGE invites all levels of English as a Second Language (ESL) speakers to meet and practice conversational English in a relaxed atmosphere. These sessions are led by experienced English speakers.

Students, scholars and their families are welcome to attend!  All sessions meet in The Globe Lounge on the first floor.

Wednesday, 2/1: NGSA - Graduate Student Reception with RUSHTON Guest Speaker, Dr. Erica Glasper

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.

Wednesday, 2/1: The Black Student Union Presents: OH SO LIVE, 55!” Anniversary Celebration

This event will be a celebration of the 55th year anniversary of the Black Student Union . This event will consist of music, food, activities and more. The purpose of this event is to create a space for students to commemorate the rich history of our predecessors that have made it possible for us to be here today.

Wednesday, 2/1:  GIVE at FSU Reusable Bag Painting

As our first social event, we want to incorporate one of our pillars--sustainability--and invite the public to paint reusable bags with us. They can use them for groceries or whatever they want! This event will promote our new RSO and make a small impact in the community.

Wednesday, 2/1: FPRA Meeting: Crisis Communication

Join us to learn from Drew Piers of Sachs Media Group about Crisis Communication. More information can be found on Instagram @fprastudent_tlh.

Wednesday, 2/1: GBM Meeting

Come to our GBM to find out more about Engineers Without Borders and our current project in Lwala-Nyakongo, Kenya.

Wednesday, 2/1: CDU Presents: Emo Night

Come join Club Downunder for a night remembering our emo phases! There will be music from Redrwn, Unwanted Company, and Curly Q along with some DIY emo-inspired crafts! Not to mention, a bunch of free merch! Doors at 7PM, Show at 8PM! Free for all!

Wednesday, 2/1: Self-Love Art Night

Our organization is hosting a self-love/self-care themed art night. We will be providing art supplies, bring your friends!

Wednesday, 2/1: CDU Presents: Emo Night

Come check out Emo NIght at Club Downunder with perfomances by Redrwn, Curly Q, and Unwanted Company.

Wednesday, 2/1: Trails & Tales Outdoor Play

Join us for this one hour class including nature art, tree identification, a nature hike through our 52 acre museum, and story time with our high energy preschool staff.

The Tallahassee Museum Preschool offers a monthly nature based early literacy program for children ages 3-6 years and one adult. Business license # C02LE0290. Please wear closed toe shoes. Must pre-register by January 31. For questions or concerns, please email elawrence@tallahasseemuseum.org.

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