5:30 pm-8:00 pm
Cunningham Memorial Library Events Area – Light refreshments will be served.
“Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic” this film could save your life or someone you love. This award-winning documentary takes a look into the lives of five brave women affected by HPV. Their stories portray the misconceptions, stigma, shame, heartbreak, pain, and triumph that they experience while battling cervical cancer.
A panel discussion and Q & A follow the screening.
This event is sponsored by the Department of Applied Health Sciences, Cunningham Memorial Library and the Center for Community Engagement.
Contact: Aimee Janssen-Robinson – 812-237-9061 – email@example.com
5:30-7:00 pm in Library Events Area
A panel discussion hosted by students in Comm 422 (Community Journalism), about issues of cultural divide in our community. Lori Henson is the teacher.
For the first time, all Library Student Assistant awards moved to the University’s online scholarship system, the Branch, and we have confirmed that all six outstanding students selected for honors this year have officially accepted their library scholarship awards!
2017 Myrl O. Wilkinson Scholarship recipients:
- Gracey Patton, Technical Services – Vickie Magill, supervisor
- Haley Smith, Special Collections – Kendra McCrea, supervisor
2017 Hildegard Pang Library Endowment recipients:
- Wesley Pershing, Public Services – Paula Huey, supervisor
- Natalie Shanks, Technical Services – Debra Taylor, supervisor
2017 Swearingen Family Scholarship recipients:
- Becca McGregor, Administration – Erin Harmon, supervisor
- Jenny Pitts, Public Services – Paula Huey, supervisor
The library will hold a staff reception on April 26 for the students. Every CML student assistant who will receive a degree from ISU during calendar year 2017 (whether in May, August or December) will also receive a gift from the Dean at this event.
Library entrance area [near the blue wall]:
- April 18: 2pm-4pm
- April 19: 11-12:30 & 2-4
The College of Health and Human Services Inclusive Excellence Task Force is hosting an Erase the Hate event.
This interactive event will allow participants (students, faculty, staff, and administrators) to identify common negative stereotypes they have about different topics (e.g., religion, race, disability status, gender) and discuss mechanisms for replacing those negative stereotypes with positive aspects about each topic.
Participants will express their opinions on white paper (4’ x 6’) via markers. The topics will be provided on the paper by members of the Task Force.
The Exposium is a program that celebrates the outstanding academic work of Indiana State University undergraduate and graduate students.