CWUSURC CalendarSURC Calendarhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/calendaren-usClothesline Projecthttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/clothesline-project-0Monday, April 27Mon, 27 Apr 2015 0:00:00Student Life<p>Could you please do two listings for this post? One for April 24 when T-shirts are due, and one for the actual event April 27 to May 1? Thank you so much!!</p><p>In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the CWU Wellness Center is asking the CWU community to join in the first annual Clothesline Project, which will consist of decorated T-shirts hanging from the second floor railing in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) from April 27 until May 1. Participants are asked to provide their own T-shirts, and can decorate them in anyway that is meaningful to them as a way of sharing how they have been affected by domestic violence or sexual assault. T-shirts must be turned into the Wellness Center in SURC room 139 by April 24.<br><br>According to the National College Health Assessment, one in three women and one in seven men are personal victims of domestic violence or sexual assault after they begin attending CWU. The Clothesline Project will call attention to these statistics, as well as providing a platform for participants to share either their own personal stories or the stories of friends and loved ones. White T-shirts represent someone supporting someone who has died from violence; teal or purple are for those who are survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault; red, orange and pink represent those who have been affected by someone else's story; green and blue are for those who have supported victims and survivors.<br><br>For more information, please contact the Wellness Center at 509-963-3213 or wellness@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br>Wednesday, March 181426713939Clothesline Projecthttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/clothesline-projectMonday, April 27Mon, 27 Apr 2015 0:00:00Student Life<p>Could you please do two listings for this post? One for April 24 when T-shirts are due, and one for the actual event April 27 to May 1? Thank you so much!!</p><p>In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the CWU Wellness Center is asking the CWU community to join in the first annual Clothesline Project, which will consist of decorated T-shirts hanging from the second floor railing in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) from April 27 until May 1. Participants are asked to provide their own T-shirts, and can decorate them in anyway that is meaningful to them as a way of sharing how they have been affected by domestic violence or sexual assault. T-shirts must be turned into the Wellness Center in SURC room 139 by April 24.<br><br>According to the National College Health Assessment, one in three women and one in seven men are personal victims of domestic violence or sexual assault after they begin attending CWU. The Clothesline Project will call attention to these statistics, as well as providing a platform for participants to share either their own personal stories or the stories of friends and loved ones. White T-shirts represent someone supporting someone who has died from violence; teal or purple are for those who are survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault; red, orange and pink represent those who have been affected by someone else's story; green and blue are for those who have supported victims and survivors.<br><br>For more information, please contact the Wellness Center at 509-963-3213 or wellness@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br>Wednesday, March 181426714337ASCWU Hosts Passport Application Event at CWUhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/ascwu-hosts-passport-application-event-cwuMonday, April 27Mon, 27 Apr 2015 10:00:00Student Life<p>The Associated Students of Central Washington University (ASCWU) Student Government wants to make applying for a passport as easy as possible and in support of this goal they are bringing the services to campus. ASCWU Student Government is partnering with the Kittitas County Clerk’s Office to host CWU Passport Day Monday, April 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) room 202. This event is open to public.<br><br>Everyone is encouraged to take this opportunity to complete the required steps to receive a passport all in one place, including applications, passport and payments. The Kittitas County Clerk’s Office will have representatives on hand to help facilitate the process and answer any questions.<br><br>Attendees need to be sure to bring their checkbook as the fee for a passport is $135 and must be paid by two separate checks: one made payable to the Kittitas County Clerk’s Office for $25 and one to the Department of State for $110, and an expedited processing service is available for an additional $60 fee. In addition, applicants should come prepared with their driver’s license in order to complete the application process.<br><br>For more information contact the ASCWU Student Government office at 509-963-1693 or ascwu@cwu.edu</p></br></br></br></br></br></br>Thursday, April 161429198521CWU College Civics Week Save the Date: Tabling in the SURChttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/cwu-college-civics-week-save-date-tabling-surcMonday, April 27Mon, 27 Apr 2015 11:00:00Student Life<p>CWU College Civics Week Save the Date: Tabling in the SURC<br><br>College Civics Week is back for another year to educate voters and promote active citizen engagement throughout the community. To assist in getting the word out for the event, student staff from the Center for Leadership and Community Engagement (CLCE) will be passing out information and answering questions in the SURC tabling area from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day starting Monday, April 27 through Friday, May 1.<br><br>College Civics Weeks begins on Monday, May 4 and ends Thursday, May 7, and features keynote speeches by Washington State Representatives Melanie Stambaugh and Hans Zeiger. All events are free and open to the public.<br><br>For more information please contact the CLCE at 509-963-1850 or clce@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br>Friday, April 241429903302"The Butterflies: Flying High With Hope"http://www.cwu.edu/surc/butterflies-flying-high-hopeTuesday, April 28Tue, 28 Apr 2015 17:30:00Entertainment,Seminars & Workshops,Student Life<p>Film and Testimonies on the subject of Comfort Women</p><p>Student Union &amp; Recreation Center (SURC) Pit, CWU campus<br>Open to the public</p><p>A short (30 min.) film, "The Butterflies: Flying High With Hope," will be followed by readings of victims' testimonies about the "Comfort Women" presented by CWU students.</p><p>A panel discussion will follow in the SURC Ballroom at 7 p.m.:</p><p>Concerned scholars will review the historical evidence about wartime sexual slavery and explore current struggles over historical memory, in the context of international attention to human rights, trafficking, and violence against women.</p><p>Panelists: Dr. Bang-Soon Yoon, CWU Political Science; Dr. Chong Eun Ahn, CWU History; Dr. Anne Cubilié, CWU William O. Douglas Honors College; Dr. Mark Auslander, CWU Anthropology and Museum Studies; Dr. Yukiko Shigeto, Whitman College Foreign Languages and Literatures; Dr. Davinder Bhowmik, UW Asian Languages and Literature; and Dr. Justin Jesty, UW Asian Languages and Literature. Moderator: Dr. Stacey Robertson, CWU Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities.</p><p>A keynote, "Sex, State and Women's Human Rights Movement: The 'Comfort Women' Case," will be delivered by Dr. Bang-Soon Yoon.</p><p>More detailed information about the programs is available at the following link:http://www.cwu.edu/museum/comfort-women-panel</p></br>Friday, April 241429902201Comfort Women Panelhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/comfort-women-panelTuesday, April 28Tue, 28 Apr 2015 19:00:00Faculty & Staff,Seminars & Workshops,Student Life<p>Student Union &amp; Recreation Center (SURC) Ballroom, CWU campus<br>Open to the public</p><p>A panel of concerned scholars will review the historical evidence about wartime sexual slavery and explore current struggles over historical memory, in the context of international attention to human rights, trafficking, and violence against women.</p><p>Panelists: Dr. Bang-Soon Yoon, CWU Political Science; Dr. Chong Eun Ahn, CWU History; Dr. Anne Cubilié, CWU William O. Douglas Honors College; Dr. Mark Auslander, CWU Anthropology and Museum Studies; Dr. Yukiko Shigeto, Whitman College Foreign Languages and Literatures; Dr. Davinder Bhowmik, UW Asian Languages and Literature; and Dr. Justin Jesty, UW Asian Languages and Literature. Moderator: Dr. Stacey Robertson, CWU Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities.</p><p>A keynote, "Sex, State and Women's Human Rights Movement: The 'Comfort Women' Case," will be delivered by Dr. Bang-Soon Yoon.</p><p>The panel will be preceded by two programs in the SURC Pit: a short (30 min.) film, "The Butterflies: Flying High With Hope" at 5:30 p.m. and readings of victims' testimonies about the "Comfort Women" system at 6 p.m.</p><p><br>More detailed information about the programs is available at the following link:http://www.cwu.edu/museum/comfort-women-panel</p></br></br>Friday, April 241429902081CWU Rock Against Rape: Live music, art and info about ending sexual violence http://www.cwu.edu/surc/cwu-rock-against-rape-live-music-art-and-info-about-ending-sexual-violenceWednesday, April 29Wed, 29 Apr 2015 17:00:00Entertainment,Student Life<p>Power chords, paintings and education about sexual assault prevention in ways that break tradition and spark awareness are just some of things you’ll experience at Rock Against Rape. Now in its seventh year, Rock Against Rape is a celebrated event designed to educate the CWU and Ellensburg communities about sexual violence and how individuals can both prevent and support victims. Come rock out Wednesday, April 29 from 5 to 8:30 p.m. in the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Ballroom. This event is free and open to the public.<br><br>This year, the event will feature music from 88.1 The ‘Burg DJs as well as live music from the band Fallopia and more. There is also an art battle featuring CWU artists and interactive information booths. Attendees will be treated to free pizza, t-shirts and other prizes donated by local businesses as they complete activities related to sexual violence preventative measures.<br><br>For more information, contact the CWU Wellness Center at wellness@cwu.edu or 509-963-3213.</p></br></br></br></br>Tuesday, April 211429631121Non-Traditional Movie Night at CWU: “The Lego Movie” http://www.cwu.edu/surc/non-traditional-movie-night-cwu-%E2%80%9C-lego-movie%E2%80%9DThursday, April 30Thu, 30 Apr 2015 18:00:00Entertainment,Student Life<p>As part of their celebration of non-traditional students, the CWU Center for Diversity and Social Justice (CDSJ) is offering a free screening of “The Lego Movie” exclusively for non-trad students and their families Thursday, April 30 at 6 p.m. in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Theatre. Preceding the movie, at 5:30 p.m., attendees will have a special opportunity to have a copy of “The Lego Book” signed by their favorite Lego characters, who will also be in attendance.<br><br>Students over the age of 25 are considered non-traditional, representing those who have not taken the traditional path of a 4-year college program directly out of high school. Whether they are returning to college after a leave of absence or entering for the first time from the military, the workforce or elsewhere, non-traditional students represent a significant amount of the student population at CWU.<br><br>For more information contact CDSJ at 509-963-2127 or diversity@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br>Thursday, April 161429198843Open Mic Night at CWUhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/open-mic-night-cwu-1Thursday, April 30Thu, 30 Apr 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts,Student Life<p>Singers, musicians, comedians and talent enthusiasts will get the chance the show off their skills at CWU’s Open Mic Night Thursday, April 30 at 8 p.m. in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Pit. Registration for performers begins at 7:30 p.m. and admission is free and open to the public.<br><br>From musicians to poets to comedians, the talent showcased at Open Mic Night is endless. Whether you want to put your talents on display or just want to come support the artists, the entertainment will not disappoint.&nbsp;<br><br>For more information contact Campus Activities at 509-963-1450.</p></br></br></br></br>Thursday, April 91428603671“Sexapalooza”: RHA’s Sex Education Eventhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/%E2%80%9Csexapalooza%E2%80%9D-rha%E2%80%99s-sex-education-eventFriday, May 1Fri, 01 May 2015 17:00:00Seminars & Workshops,Student Life<p>Let’s be adults about this: sex happens. Whatever your personal views on the subject may be, we live in the real world and the Residence Hall Association (RHA) wants to help educate and inform the CWU community about the realities of safe sex by offering “Sexapalooza” on Friday, May 1 from 5 to 7 p.m. in Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) room 137. This event is free and open to all CWU students.&nbsp;<br><br>“Sexapalooza” is an annual sex education program hosted by the RHA that will offer a wide variety of activities, discussions and presentations put on by students, clubs and on-campus resources such as the Wellness Center. The goal for this program is to engage as many students as possible and teach them about measures they can take and resources available to them promoting safe and healthy lifestyles.<br><br>For more information please contact RHA at 509-963-7210 or email RHA@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br>Thursday, April 231429801869CWUp Late: Comedy,Singing & Shenaniganshttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/cwup-late-comedysinging-shenanigansFriday, May 1Fri, 01 May 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Student Life,New Students<p>May 1, 2015<br>7:30 p.m. – 12 a.m.<br>SURC Theatre and Pit<br>Free for CWU Students, $5 GA at door</p><p>CWU Campus Activities is hosting CWUp Late, a late night event full of singing, laughing and more Friday, May 1 from 7:30 p.m. to midnight in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Theatre and Pit. CWUp Late will start with a comedy show featuring CMT’s Next Big Comic of 2012 Adam Norwest and Northwest Comedy Competition finalist Travis Nelson, followed by a lip-sync battle and rockn’ bingo with pizza, pop and prizes!</p><p>For more information, contact Campus Activities at 509-963-1450.</p></br></br></br>Friday, April 241429902475Drinking Habits at CWU: Wellness Center Debunks Myths, Promotes Facts all weekhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/drinking-habits-cwu-wellness-center-debunks-myths-promotes-facts-all-weekMonday, May 4Mon, 04 May 2015 0:00:00Seminars & Workshops,Student Life<p>Social “norms” concerning the facts about alcohol use among CWU students are becoming increasingly distanced from the real facts, and the CWU Wellness Center hopes to set the record straight through their “Social Norms” campaign. The campaign aims to combat misleading perceptions that all college students drink and that college and drinking go hand-in-hand, and the Wellness Center has the statistics to back up these false claims.<br><br>The Wellness Center is aware that drinking is a choice, and that there are ways to drink responsibly. Should students choose to drink, identifying protective factors ahead of time and exercising responsible decision-making are ways to ensure safe drinking habits while still having a good time. For students who choose to drink, the Wellness Center recommends pacing drinks at one or less per hour, establishing a designated driver, avoiding drinking games and avoiding mixing alcohol and energy drinks.<br><br>Drinking isn’t necessary to “fit in” or have a good time while in college, and students who choose to drink have resources available to them to get educated on responsible practices. Social norms and peer pressure do not reflect the reality of drinking statistics at CWU.<br><br>For more information on this topic, visit the CWU Wellness Center on the first floor of the SURC This week, or contact them at 509-963-3213 or email wellness@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br>Thursday, April 231429802003College Civics Week/ASCWU Student Government Schedule of Eventshttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/college-civics-weekascwu-student-government-schedule-eventsMonday, May 4Mon, 04 May 2015 0:00:00Student Life<p>Monday, May 4<br>Community Organization Fair<br>11 a.m. – 2 p.m.<br>SURC 137 A and B<br>Roam, interact and ask questions with booths.<br>Organizations include: League of Women Voters, Habitat for Humanity, Yakima Humane Society, Adult Activity Center, Youth Services and the Wellness Center.<br><br>ASCWU-Student Government Election Debate<br>6 – 8 p.m.<br>SURC Pit<br>The Associated Students of Central Washington University (ASCWU) Student Government 2015-2016 candidates will be debating before the General Elections open that night.<br><br>ASCWU-Student Government General Elections Online Voting Opens<br>8 p.m.<br>www.cwu.edu/ascwu/<br><br>Tuesday, May 5<br>Speaker: Representative Melanie Stambaugh from 25th Legislative District<br>Noon – 1 p.m.<br>SURC Pit<br>Listen to a speech by this Washington State Representative. A question period will follow the speech at 12:45 p.m.<br><br>Photo booth, snacks and mingle<br>1 – 2 p.m.<br>SURC 137 A&amp;B<br>Enjoy snacks, take photos and mingle with other students and Melanie Stambaugh following her speech. Have questions ready for the representative for an engaging experience.<br><br>Wednesday, May 6<br>Speaker: Representative Hans Zeiger from 25th Legislative District<br>Noon – 1 p.m.<br>SURC Pit<br>Listen to a speech by this Washington State Representative. A question period will follow the speech at 12:45 p.m.<br><br>Photo booth, snacks and mingle<br>1 – 2 p.m.<br>SURC 137 A&amp;B<br>Enjoy snacks, take photos and mingle with other students Hans Zeiger following his speech. Have questions ready for the representative for an engaging experience.<br><br>Thursday, May 7<br>ASCWU-Student Government General Election Polling Sites Open<br>10 a.m. – 7 p.m.<br>East and West SURC entrances<br>Preliminary results will be posted by 11:59 p.m.<br><br>Don’t miss this week full of opportunities to become more engaged and aware of the importance of civic duties not only around campus, but the world at large.<br><br>For more information please contact the CLCE at 509-963-1850 or clce@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br>Friday, April 241429903390CWU College Civics Weekhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/cwu-college-civics-weekMonday, May 4Mon, 04 May 2015 0:00:00Student Life<p>To help the CWU and local communities become active citizens and educated voters, College Civics Week is back for another year at CWU with events Monday, May 4 through Thursday, May 7. All events are free and open to the public. With forums, debates and speeches by Representatives Melanie Stambaugh and Hans Zeiger, getting involved in the week’s events is a must for everyone. The theme this year is bi-partisanship; so don’t be afraid to mingle with those from different backgrounds who hold differing viewpoints.<br><br>In addition to a week’s worth of events, a showcase for programs and events will be displayed Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) 137 A and B.</p></br></br>Friday, April 241429903466College Civics Week: Keynote Speaker WA State Rep. Melanie Stambaughhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/college-civics-week-keynote-speaker-wa-state-rep-melanie-stambaughTuesday, May 5Tue, 05 May 2015 12:00:00Entertainment,Seminars & Workshops,Student Life<p>To help the CWU and local communities become active citizens and educated voters, College Civics Week is back for another year at CWU with events Monday, May 4 through Thursday, May 7. This year, Washington State Representative Melanie Stambaugh will be giving a keynote speech on Tuesday, May 5 at noon in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Pit, with a question and answer period beginning at 12:45 p.m. In addition to all other College Civics Week events, this speech is free to attend and open to the public.<br><br>Melanie Stambaugh was elected into office as a Member of the Washington House of Representatives from the 25th district on January 12, 2015. She became the youngest woman elected to the Washington State Legislature since 1936, and is currently the youngest member of the legislative chamber.<br><br>Following the speech and formal question and answer period, a photo booth, free swag, snacks and mingling with the representative will be held in SURC 137 A and B from 1 to 2 p.m.<br><br>For more information, contact the Center for Leadership and Community Engagement at 509-963-1850 or clce@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br>Friday, April 241429903199College Civics Week: Keynote Speaker WA State Rep. Hans Zeigerhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/college-civics-week-keynote-speaker-wa-state-rep-hans-zeigerWednesday, May 6Wed, 06 May 2015 12:00:00Entertainment,Seminars & Workshops,Student Life<p>To help the CWU and local communities become active citizens and educated voters, College Civics Week is back for another year at CWU with events Monday, May 4 through Thursday, May 7. This year, Washington State Representative Hans Zeiger will be giving a keynote speech on Wednesday, May 6 at noon in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Pit, with a question and answer period beginning at 12:45 p.m. In addition to all other College Civics Week events, this speech is free to attend and open to the public.<br><br>Hans Zeiger was elected into office as a Member of the Washington House of Representatives from the 25th district in 2010. A Puyallup, Wash. native and accomplished author, Zeiger has an impressive resumé of books published including “Get Off My Honor: The Assault on the Boy Scouts of America” and “Reagan’s Children: taking Back the City on the Hill.” In 2013, he was commissioned as an officer in the Washington State Air National Guard.<br><br>Following the speech and formal question and answer period, a photo booth, free swag, snacks and mingling with the representative will be held in SURC 137 A and B from 1 to 2 p.m.<br><br>For more information, contact the Center for Leadership and Community Engagement at 509-963-1850 or clce@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br>Friday, April 241429903141Holocaust Survivor Dr. Edith Eger to Visit CWUhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/holocaust-survivor-dr-edith-eger-visit-cwuWednesday, May 13Wed, 13 May 2015 19:00:00Seminars & Workshops,Student Life<p>Having suffered through a first-hand account of the Holocaust, Dr. Edith Eger’s story is one of survival and resilience and on Wednesday, May 13 at 7 p.m. in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Ballroom, she will discuss her experiences with the CWU and Ellensburg communities. Eger’s presentation is sponsored by the CWU Center for Diversity and Social Justice (CDSJ), the Center for Leadership and Community Engagement (CLCE) and the Office of the Provost. This event is free and open to the public.<br><br>As a Jewish teenager living in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe in 1944, Eger and her family were sent to the infamous Auschwitz death camp by Hitler’s regime, where both of her parents sadly perished. But she survived, and towards the end of the war Eger was rescued by an American soldier from a camp in Austria, where she and other prisoners had been transferred.<br><br>Now an author, a doctor and a prolific public speaker, Eger’s experiences and story of survival has garnered her national and worldwide reverence, with numerous television appearances, international speaking engagements and the biographical focus of a Dutch National Television holocaust documentary.<br><br>Eger’s visit offers attendees the opportunity to hear a first-hand account of one of the most profound crimes in modern history, triumph over tragedy and ascent to success.<br><br>For more information contact the CWU Center for Diversity and Social Justice at 509-963-2127 or email diversity@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br>Tuesday, April 211429631353 #TBT screening of “The Breakfast Club”http://www.cwu.edu/surc/tbt-screening-%E2%80%9C-breakfast-club%E2%80%9DThursday, May 14Thu, 14 May 2015 20:00:00Entertainment,Student Life<p>Who wants to watch movies indoors when you can sprawl out on the grass and enjoy the spring weather? A special Throwback Thursday (#TBT) outdoor screening of “The Breakfast Club” will be held Thursday, May 14 at 8 p.m. on the CWU Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) East Lawn. This event is free and open to the public.<br><br>Celebrating 30 years since its release, “The Breakfast Club” follows five high school students who meet in detention and, during their time together, find they have more in common than they first thought.<br><br>If the weather rains on this #TBT parade, the event will move indoors to the SURC Pit. Closed captioning is available, please contact event staff 30 minutes prior to the film.<br><br>For more information please contact Billie Syverson, Campus Activities student programmer, at 509-963-1450 or syversonb@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br>Thursday, April 231429801943CWU Evening of Recognition Ceremonyhttp://www.cwu.edu/surc/cwu-evening-recognition-ceremonyWednesday, May 20Wed, 20 May 2015 17:30:00Student Life<p>Individuals who make positive impacts on the lives of others deserve to be recognized – and that’s exactly what the Center for Leadership and Community Engagement (CLCE) plans on doing at the 18th annual Evening of Recognition Wednesday, May 20 in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Ballroom. This awards reception includes dinner and an introductory speech by CWU President Jim Gaudino. For anyone looking to recognize an outstanding member of the CWU community, nominations are due by Friday, April 24 and can be submitted online at www.cwu.edu/leadership-engage or in person at the CLCE office in SURC 260.<br><br>The Evening of Recognition is a night devoted to honoring those that go above and beyond for the improvement of the CWU community. The award recipients have shown a positive influence on the CWU campus while exemplifying servant leadership.<br><br>For more information contact CLCE at 509-963-1850 or by emailing clce@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br>Tuesday, March 311427826276CWU’s Symposium on University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE)http://www.cwu.edu/surc/cwu%E2%80%99s-symposium-university-research-and-creative-expression-sourceThursday, May 21Thu, 21 May 2015 8:00:00Academic,Exhibits,Student Life<p>Some of the best work produced by the CWU community this year will be on display Thursday, May 21 at SOURCE— CWU’s Symposium on University Research and Creative Expression—from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC). This event is free and open to the public.<br><br>SOURCE is a university-wide forum that showcases all genres of scholarly work by CWU undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff. Whether it’s a creative writing piece, biological research or a choreographed dance, SOURCE provides students with a platform to showcase their hard work and accomplishments. Attending SOURCE not only supports the hard work of the presenters, but also provides an opportunity to join in celebrating the diversity of scholarly research and creative works being undertaking at CWU.<br><br>To learn more about SOURCE, or to view this year’s program and schedule of events, visit www.cwu.edu/source.<br><br>For more information contact Kara Gabriel, SOURCE Committee chair, at 509-963-2387 or gabrielk@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br>Monday, March 161426519442