Join Deborah Bannan, Assistant Professor of Human Services, for an informative discussion on stress and relaxation – just in time for finals! While you’re there, get your Dragon Field Guide stamped.
Apr. 27, Noon-1 pm, FSM 200
Parenting: Parenting with a plan. Being a parent is tough work, especially when you aren’t sure how to best address difficulties that arise. For problematic behavior, poor grades, unhealthy use of technology (or anything else), you can have a plan! Come learn some foundational guidelines to build a practical system in your home to address your concerns in a way that is positive and gets everyone on the same page.
April 28th, 10am-12:30pm. Snodgrass Hall 119
The HUMS Club is proud to announce their ‘Spring Series for Life.’ Food will be provided, as well as a limited supply of free books that are referenced in the talks. These are research-driven presentations focused on practical application, and are Dragon-Approved for Journey stamps.
Pre-registration is required –all you need to do is send an e-mail listing the talk you want to attend, and the name(s) of the attendee(s) to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
De-Stress by increasing learning skills: Effective strategies to learn and teach. Do you read and re-read the textbook and still not remember what it says? Do you spend hours preparing and delivering a lecture only to realize no one remembers anything you reviewed? Come and learn effective, research-based ways to make learning stick!
April 28th, 1:00-3:30pm. Snodgrass Hall 119.
The Mat-Su Concert Band is the largest and oldest musical organization in the Mat-Su Borough and provides adult musicians from across the Valley and surrounding areas in Alaska the opportunity for musical expression and enjoyment beyond high school and college, promoting artistic enrichment in our concerts, and preserving the rich repertoire and cultural history of the wind band.
Purchase Tickets at: http://matsuconcertband.org/concerts