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iCUE Spotlight: March 29-April 4, 2019

Take a look at the upcoming events on the official OHIO Calendar of University Events. Anyone with an active OHIO ID can log in and complete the form to add events that are sponsored by any OHIO planning unit or registered student organization.

So be sure to add your OHIO events, programs and deadlines to the CUE to help keep all members of our University community in the loop!

Here’s a look at a few upcoming events:

THEATER: Now That's What I Call Madness 

Friday, March 29, 11 p.m., Hahne Theater, Kantner Hall, 19 College Street, Athens OH 45701

Over the course of three years, each MFA playwright writes over 50 short plays for Madness. This week’s show, produced by third-year MFA Playwright Katherine Varga, asks the playwrights to revisit their favorite pieces for a special performance.

Biological & Biomedical Seminar | The Origin and Early Evolution of Crown-Group Reptiles

Monday, April 1, 4 - 5 p.m., Irvine 159

The Biological Sciences & Biomedical Sciences Research Seminar Series presents Dr. Adam Pritchard discussing “The Origin and Early Evolution of Crown-Group Reptiles.” He is a Peter Buck Fellow at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.

The Ohio University Creative Writing Program presents Spring Literary Fest

Wednesday, April 3 - Friday, April 5, All Day

The Ohio University Creative Writing Program presents Spring Literary Fest from April 3-5, which includes talks, craft lectures, readings, colloquiums and workshops by acclaimed poets, novelists, essayist and fiction writers.

CoLab Series - Brandon Wright - eSports 

Thursday, April 4, noon - 1 p.m., CoLab, 30 Park Place, Athens OH 45701

The talks cover topics aimed at four main spaces in CoLab: Materialization, Ideation, Incubation, and Collaboration.

Authors@Alden Dr. Nancy Tingley, Art Mystery Author to Discuss Writing & Research in Southeast Asia

Thursday, April 4, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m., Alden Library, 30 Park Place, Athens OH 45701

Join us for an Authors@Alden conversation between mystery writer Nancy Tingley, and OHIO's Dr. Marion Lee, associate professor of art history. They will discuss the writing and research involved in Tingley's art mysteries, which are set in Southeast Asia and published by Swallow Press. The event is free and open to the public.


Friday, March 29

Last day to withdraw from (drop) an individual class

Relocate Day for regional campus students planning to attend Athens campus fall semester

Tuesday, April 2

Fall semester priority registration open