|Thursday, January 15th:|
|12pm||Women's Center Open House
Baker 403 (Women's Center)
|Friday, January 16th:|
|Last day to add a spring semester class
without instructor's approval
|Monday, January 19th:|
|Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday
(University closed; classes not in session)
|Wednesday, January 21st:|
|5pm||Science Café presents "Cosmic Cooking: The Origin of Elements" with Carl Brune (Physics and Astronomy)
Free coffee for the first 50 people!
|Thursday, January 22nd:|
|4pm||Deadline: Student Enhancement Award Proposals
Student Enhancement Awards are competitive awards to support undergraduate, graduate, and medical student research, scholarship, and creative activities. Awards of up to $6,000 support research and travel to attend a professional meeting to present results. One review cycle in spring. Contact: email@example.com
|Friday, January 23rd:|
|Last day to register for spring semester|
|Saturday, January 24th:|
|MLK Jr. Day of Service
The MLK Jr. Day of Service will give students, faculty and staff an opportunity to volunteer at local agencies that need help. Contact Barb Harrison in the Campus Involvement Center at 740-593-4098 for more information.
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Notable Graduate Alumni and Distinguished Faculty
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Where is the Graduate College?
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