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Friday, April 12

Walk-in Resume Review

Meeting | Focused Friday

Resume/cover letter review; bring a hard copy of your resume.

4/12 at 8:00 am | George S. Eccles Business Building | More Info

True Blue Aggie Friday

Celebration/Fair/Festival

On Fridays, we wear Aggie Blue!
Join Aggies everywhere and wear “Aggie Blue” and “Fighting White” on Friday's. Be a part of the memories and traditions at Utah State and show off your Aggie colors, your way.

Go to usu.edu/trueblue to see how you can POST, TAG & WIN prizes every week by showing off your Aggie spirit.

Be you. Be true blue.
#truebluefriday

4/12, All Day | Utah State University Campus | More Info

Mental Health First Aid Training

Workshop/Training

In this training, you will learn how to recognize the signs of mental health and substance abuse problems in others and how to response in a way that is helpful and effective -- including what resources are available. The skills that you learn can be used in everyday life and in the event of a crisis, including when a person might be thinking about suicide. Specific topics include: depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction, and psychosis.

Seats often fill up fast so register early at the link below. There is no cost to participate.

4/12 at 8:30 am | Eccles Conference Center | More Info

Jim Richards Workshop

Workshop/Training

The first session of this workshop will be focused on design-concept sketching. The second session will be devoted to on-location sketching techniques. Participants are expected to draw with Jim throughout his tutorial. Paper will be provided, but no other media supplies. Please see the list of materials below indicating what each individual should bring.

There will be a lunch break between sessions. However, lunch will not be provided by the Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning Department or the university. Please plan to purchase lunch on campus, or bring a lunch with you.

4/12 at 9:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center | More Info

Interrupting Your Inner Voice of Judgement

Arts/Entertainment

Dr. Workmon-Larsen leads a FREE WORKSHOP for those interested in arts education and resilience training, “Interrupting Your Inner Voice of Judgement,” 9:30-11 am, FAV 108 – you must SIGN UP for this workshop here -- https://www.eventbrite.com/e/interrupting-your-inner-voice-of-judgement-tickets-57551122958

4/12 at 9:30 am | Chase Fine Arts Center | More Info

Interrupting your Inner Voice of Judgement

Workshop/Training

An interactive and creative approach to addressing how you think about risk, failure and success while learning to pivot to become more resilient. This workshop is a combination of practicing mindfulness and various artistic approaches, discussing the importance of self-talk, learning how to indentify, personify, and interrupt your inner voice of judgement, and then creating the tools by which to develop an inner voice of persistence.

4/12 at 9:30 am | Chase Fine Arts Center | More Info

Career Readiness Series Awards Program

Ceremony/Awards | Focused Friday

Culminating award event for Completion of Series.

This workshop is part of the “Career Readiness Series.” Learn More at https://huntsman.usu.edu/focusedfridays/career_prep_workshop

4/12 at 9:30 am | Huntsman Hall | More Info

Nature's Ninjas

Exhibition | Home, Family, and Food

Discover how animals defend themselves against predators at Nature’s Ninjas, a new traveling exhibit at the Swaner EcoCenter. From porcupines to geckos, explore some of nature’s wildest defensive adaptations! Enjoy live animal shows during the exhibit and get up close and personal with some of nature’s most misunderstood animals.

4/12 at 10:00 am | Swaner EcoCenter | More Info

Leadership Forum Series: Dr. Craig Palsson, “Why study economics?”

Panel Discussion/Presentation | Focused Friday

Join the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business in welcoming Dr. Craig Palsson, Assistant Professor of Economics, Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, to this week's Leadership Forum.

4/12 at 10:30 am | Huntsman Hall | More Info

Space Dynamics Laboratory/ USU Lecture Series

Lecture/Readings

Now in its third year, this ongoing lecture series gives students, faculty and staff the opportunity to hear the latest in space-science engineering developed at Utah State University and the Space Dynamics Laboratory.

4/12 at 10:30 am | Innovation Campus | More Info

Dissertation Defense for Ozkan Fidan

Panel Discussion/Presentation

Support Ozkan Fidan with his Dissertation Defense "Exploring the Capacity of Microorganisms for Natural Product Biosynthesis" on April 12, at 11:30 AM in ENGR 406.

4/12 at 11:30 am | Engineering Building | More Info

Career Prep Workshop: Fall Recruiting Prep

Workshop/Training | Focused Friday

Landing a top internship or job requires time and preparation. Attend this session to get a head start and learn all you need to know to get ready for the summer and fall recruiting season.

4/12 at 12:00 pm | Huntsman Hall | More Info

USU Meditation Club

Recreation

Join the Utah State University Meditation Club as we hold a weekly practice for all students, faculty, and staff. All levels welcome.

During Spring 2019, meetings will be held on the 3rd Floor of the Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) from 12:30-1:30PM on Fridays, except on holidays and/or during student recess. Occasionally, the group conducts a walking meditation outdoors.

Additionally, the club seeking new student leadership for the 2019-2020 academic year.

For more information, email usumeditationclub@gmail.com.

4/12 at 12:30 pm | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) | More Info

CHaSS Alumni Lunch Series: Dion-Jay (DJ) Brookter

Panel Discussion/Presentation

Sit down to lunch with Dion-Jay (DJ) Brookter, a commissioner with the San Francisco Police and a youth advocate. A native of Fresno, Calif., and a student-athlete, DJ graduated bachelor's in Communication Studies. He also holds a Master’s in Business Administration.

Come hear DJ talk about his experiences working with underserved communities and at-risk youth. Join us for lunch and discussion at 12:30PM. This event is free for all students, but seating is limited. Please register on Handshake https://usu.joinhandshake.com/events/290220 or RSVP to andrea.dehaan@usu.edu.

4/12 at 12:30 pm | Taggart Student Center | More Info

Student Research Awards Ceremony

Ceremony/Awards

This awards ceremony is open to the public and will recognize and highlight each awardee. The ceremony will be followed by a reception that will serve as Research Week’s concluding event. Awardees include all college undergraduate and graduate highlighted researchers and the presentation awardees from SRS.

4/12 at 12:30 pm | Merrill-Cazier Library | More Info

Student Research Awards Ceremony

Arts/Entertainment

The STUDENT RESEARCH AWARDS CEREMONY, 12:30-1:30 in the SOUTH ATRIUM OF THE LIBRARY closes out the week of celebrating research at USU. Come support the CCA awardees, Alyssa Landroche, Theatre, CCA Undergraduate Researcher of the Year, and Katriona Drijber, MFA Candidate in Ceramics, CCA Graduate Researcher of the Year. Prizes for the best performances, best arts and humanities posters, and best arts and humanities oral presentations will also be announced. Light refreshments will be served. Cheer for your friends and (if you were a presenter) find out if you won a prize!

4/12 at 12:30 pm | Merrill-Cazier Library | More Info

Basic Python Class

Workshop/Training | Focused Friday

This class is geared towards anyone who is wanting to further their skills in excel. If you believe that you might use excel regularly in your field of work, then I highly recommend this course. In three classes we will walk through how to use Python to advance your abilities and efficiency in Microsoft Excel. We will learn how we can easily automate any task that you might use Excel for. I also aim to help others to see that coding is not difficult, it's not just for computer science majors, and it can be used for many specific applications.

4/12 at 1:00 pm | George S. Eccles Business Building | More Info

Aggie Marine Robotics Soldering Workshop

Workshop/Training

The Aggie Marine Robotics Electrical Team will be doing a crash course on some soldering basics. Come build your own board and learn a valuable skill.

4/12 at 3:00 pm | Engineering Laboratory | More Info

Pilgrimage Experience Lecture Series: LDS Pilgrimage to Jerusalem and the Eastern United States

Cultural/Diversity

Come hear premier speakers give inspiring accounts of their journeys to religious sites around the world. Brother Douglas Maughan, Institute Teacher, will be presenting on his LDS Pilgrimage to Jerusalem and the Eastern United States. Refreshments and Q&A will follow. Sponsored by the USU Interfaith Initiative and USUSA.

4/12 at 3:00 pm | Huntsman Hall | More Info

Pilgrimage Experience Lecture Series: LDS Pilgrimage to Jerusalem and the Eastern United States

Cultural/Diversity

Pilgrimage Experience Lecture Series: Come hear premier speakers give inspiring accounts of their journeys to religious sites around the world. Brother Douglas Maughan, Institute Teacher, shares his LDS pilgrimage to Jerusalem and the Eastern United States. Refreshments and Q&A will follow.

4/12 at 3:00 pm | Huntsman Hall | More Info

Aggie Marine Robotics Solidworks Crash Course

Workshop/Training

Aggie Marine Robotics will be doing a workshop on some of the basics of Solidworks. Covering basic parts and assemblies, whether it's your first time 3-D modeling or a refresher from your freshman year.

4/12 at 3:30 pm | Engineering Building | More Info

Music Scholars Series: Brad Osborn

Arts/Entertainment

Brad Osborn is a assistant professor of music theory at the University of Kansas. He is the author of "Everything in its Right Place: Analyzing Radiohead." Adapting a psychology-based approach known as ecological perception, the book demonstrates how Radiohead's music means what it does to listeners with varying degrees of prior experiences in common practice tonal music and post-millennial rock music is published in top theoretical journals and he has spoken at conferences internationally. He writes and records under the moniker D'Archipelago, a "band" composed entirely of him overdubbing all of the vocal and instrumental tracks.

4/12 at 5:00 pm | Family Life Building | More Info

Science Unwrapped: Quantum

Lecture/Readings | Science Unwrapped

All ages are invited to Science Unwrapped, as we celebrate our 10th Anniversary with our "Powers of 10" theme for Fall 2018-Spring 2019. Featured speaker for Friday, April 12, 2019, is USU physicist Charlie Torre, who presents, "Quantum: Plenty of Room at the Bottom." Hands-on learning activities and refreshments follow the talk. Admission is FREE.

4/12 at 7:00 pm | Eccles Science Learning Center Auditorium | More Info

'They Shall Not Grow Old,' Peter Jackson's award-winning WWI documentary

Arts/Entertainment

Peter Jackson, the director of “They Shall Not Grow Old,” restored and modernized footage of World War I that's never been seen. Ross Peterson, History professor emeritus, will present remarks prior to the film.

4/12 at 7:00 pm | More Info

"Double Cross" Installation Opening Reception

Arts/Entertainment

Join us in celebrating the opening of the installation Double Cross by George Stone. Director of the 2019 Venice Biennale, Ralph Rugoff, calls this large-scale installation “…a haunting two-room installation that is at once theatrical and conceptually driven.” The artwork will open to the public on Friday, April 12 at 7 p.m. The reception will be free and open to the public and refreshments will be served.

4/12 at 7:00 pm | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art | More Info

String Chamber Music Recital

Arts/Entertainment

The students of the USU String Program take the stage with masterworks of chamber music, featuring the music of Dvorak, Mendelssohn, and Beethoven, and a world premiere by USU Alumnnus composer Stephen Mitton.

4/12 at 7:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall | More Info

Anna Karenina

Arts/Entertainment

In a world of power and knowledge, Anna Karenina is a woman who dares to obey her heart by leaving her scrupulous husband, Karenin, and traveling with her charming lover, Count Vronsky, across Europe in a scandalous affair. Playwright Helen Edmundson illuminates the original story's grand pattern: how the adulterous Anna travels towards disintegration and death while her brother, young landowner Levin, travels toward maturity and a sense of wholeness with his true love, Kitty. Both unique and universal, Anna Karenina is saturated with deep colors and delicate patterns, with riveting motion and rich music, with memorable characters and powerful storytelling. Tolstoy's epic novel remains touching and universal through the lens of this power stage adaptation.

4/12 at 7:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre | More Info



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