InterVarsity Graduate and Faculty Group Kickoff
Attention all grads and faculty!
Do you long for a close-knit community in your busy schedule?
Do you wish for a place to share your struggles, and be prayed for by your peers?
Do you have questions about scripture or the God of the Bible, that you haven't found answers for?
Then stop by the kickoff to this year's graduate and faculty discussion group, being held by the registered student group Intervarsity, at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, at 358 Arkansas Ave. They will be catching up on everyone's winter break, and discussing a topic of choice for the rest of the semester.
Dinner and after-meal tea provided!
Noah Flees, campus minister
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Nine projects in the humanities and performing arts will receive a combined total of $532,245 in seed funding to spark creative activity.
Sentients opens today in the Fine Arts Center Gallery and will be on display through Feb. 23. All are invited to attend the opening reception from 5-7 this evening Friday, Jan. 17.
Kendra Ledbetter, a first-year graduate student in the communication sciences and disorders program, has been awarded the Benjamin Franklin Lever Tuition Fellowship.
The vigil will occur at the end of the annual march and is part of a full day's events. The march starts at 11:15 a.m. in Lot 56 on MLK Boulevard and goes to the Arkansas Union for the vigil.
Kristi Perryman, assistant professor, recently received a research award at the Association for Creativity in Counseling Conference for her work in trauma therapy.