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iCUE Spotlight: April 13-20, 2017

What's in the CUE this week at Ohio U.


It seems like only yesterday we were starting syllabus week, but here we are about to head into the final week of regular classes for the semester and the close of International Week! Have you accomplished all the goals you set for yourself this semester? If one of your goals was to get more involved on campus, be sure to head on over to the Calendar of University Events so you don't miss out on any of the exciting events leading up to the close of spring semester. Or help others know what's going on by adding your department or organization's event - anyone with an OHIO ID can add events that are happening on all OHIO campuses!

Here are a few highlights from the week ahead:

23rd Annual Seabury Quinn, Jr. Playwrights' Festival (April 12-22, various times, Forum Theater in the RTVC Building and Baker Theater in Kantner Hall): The annual festival of plays written by third-year M.F.A. playwrights returns with fully staged feature performances and script readings throughout its run. If you've ever wanted to see a play in the various stages of development, this is your chance because three guest mentors along with the audience will be able to participate in feedback sessions with the playwrights. OHIO students can see everything for free with ID. Admission to the readings (Baker Theater) is free for all; tickets to the featured productions (Forum Theater) are $5.

#FinalsbyAlden: Long Night Against Procrastination (Monday, April 17, 6-10 p.m., Alden Library): As you gear up for finals, Alden Library is here to help with the #FinalsbyAlden series of events. A great one to start with is the Long Night Against Procrastination which offers coffee, snacks, writing help with your final projects and even a therapy pet! Stay relaxed and caffeinated and get help from writing tutor to start your final projects off right.

Open Education webinars hosted by Alden Library (Wednesday, April 19, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., Alden Library Learning Lab 323): Alden Library is hosting a virtual conference that is free and open to all but may be of special interest to faculty and graduate instructors. “Opening Up Education: Textbooks, Resources, Courseware and More” is a series of webinars offered by the the National Information and Standards Organization (NISO). Stop by and stay the whole time or just take in a single session — no registration is required.

Earth Day/Arbor Day 2017 (Wednesday, April 19, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m., Bicentennial Park and Walter Hall Rotunda): Did you know Ohio University was recently recognized as a Tree Campus USA? Learn more with a study break to celebrate the earth and its trees! Stop by Bicentennial Park from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. for a free potted herb or spice plant (decorate the pot if you like), yard games, face painting, compost cookies baked in a solar-powered oven and a demonstration by the Office of Sustainability's tree care coordinator. Then come to Walter Rotunda from 5-7 p.m. for the presentation of the Sustainability Awards! You can still nominate a person or department for an award - the deadline is 8 a.m. on April 17!


#CUEtip: Use a descriptive title that explains your event to viewers. This title is what people will see when they view the main calendar, so make it one that will pique people’s interests and make them click on it to find out more.

Visit calendar.ohio.edu/admin/setupevents.aspx to log in with your OHIO ID and add your organization or department's events to the CUE. Feeling lost? Visit www.ohio.edu/calendar/help/ or e-mail calendar@ohio.edu for help.