CWUTODAY'S EVENTSTODAY'S EVENTShttps://www.cwu.edu/calendaren-usPrimate Awareness Week http://www.cwu.edu/publicity/primate-awareness-weekSaturday, May 21Sat, 21 May 2016 9:00:00Academic,Alumni,Exhibits,Seminars & Workshops,Student Life,New Students,Other<p><img alt="" src="/publicity/sites/cts.cwu.edu.publicity/files/PAN.jpg" style="width: 150px; height: 154px; float: left;"></p><p><strong>PAW/PAN Informational Tabling<br>May 21 | 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.<br>Kittitas County Farmer’s Market on 4th Avenue</strong><br>Be sure to visit the&nbsp;Primate Awareness Week booth at the Kittitas County Farmer's Market on Saturday, May 21! &nbsp;Come take a peek&nbsp;at our lineup of&nbsp;upcoming events,&nbsp;test your skills against a chimpanzee, and&nbsp;learn more about primates in Washington and what you can do to support primate conservation.</p><p><strong>Pledge for Primates<br>May 23 | 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.<br>SURC West Patio</strong><br>Learn about primate conservation and make a personal pledge to protect primate life in Washington state.</p><p><strong>Primate Themed Education Activities<br>May 24 – 26 | 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.<br>Tuesday &amp; Wednesday: SURC West Patio | Thursday: Dean Lawn</strong><br>PAN representatives will host various fun educational activities throughout the week with the possibility of participants to win prizes and, of course, LEARN!</p><p><strong>Hope, Love, Sanctuary: Caring for Retired Chimpanzees by Diana Goodrich of Chimpanzee Sanctuary<br>May 24 | 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.<br>Dean Hall 209</strong><br>Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest Co-Director Diana Goodrich will share the challenges and rewards of retiring non-human primates from research and entertainment.</p><p><strong>NAPSA Virtual Workshop<br>May 24 | 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.<br>Dean Hall 104</strong><br>PAN will be hosting the presentation of various online workshops through the North American Primate Sanctuary Alliance. The topics may include information about animal acquisition procedures, health care and husbandry training, and lobbying for primates 101.</p><p><strong>How Much is Too Much? Estimating the Effects of Disturbance on Wild Primates by Denise Spaan<br>May 25 | 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.<br>Dean Hall 205</strong><br>Doctoral researcher and National Geographic Young Explorer Denise Spaan will connect with us from southern Mexico to discuss the challenges facing endangered spider monkeys in human-dominated landscapes.</p><p><strong>Looking Deeper into Primate Social Networks by Dr. Lixing Sun<br>May 26 | 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.<br>Science 240</strong><br>Evolutionary biologist, author, and CWU professor Lixing Sun will present how network analysis can be used to study the complex patterns of social behavior seen across the primate order.</p><p><strong>Primate Movie Night<br>May 26 | 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.<br>Dean 104</strong><br>Come join the Primate Behavior and Ecology students and faculty to experience the daily lives of primates as narrated by Tina Fey!</p><p><strong>Captive Primate Care Presentation and Panel Discussion<br>May 27 | 12 p.m. – 2 p.m.<br>SURC 202</strong><br>A representative from the Oregon Zoo and a CHCI Alumni will give a talk on their experience working in a captive setting, with ample time set aside for questions!</p><p><strong>Keynote Address by Dr. Crickette Sanz<br>May 27 | 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.<br>Science 216</strong><br>It is our pleasure to welcome the amazing Dr. Crickette Sanz, CWU alumni and professor of Anthropology at Washington University in St.</p><p>This event is sponsored by Primate Awareness Network. For more information, please contact 509-963-2215 or <a href="mailto:jake.funkhouser@cwu.edu">jake.funkhouser@cwu.edu</a>.</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></a href="mailto:jake.funkhouser@cwu.edu">Tuesday, December 221450824568ASCWU Public Meetingshttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/ascwu-public-meetings-4Friday, May 27Fri, 27 May 2016 9:00:00Academic,Alumni,Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p>he ASCWU Student Government uses this weekly meeting in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Pit to discuss issues of interest and concern to students, vote on actions, recognize clubs and hear public comment.</p><p>For more information, contact the ASCWU Student Government&nbsp; at 509-963-1693 or ascwu@cwu.edu, on the web at www.cwu.edu/ascwu or visit their office in SURC room 236.</p>Thursday, November 51446744166Interview Incubator - Des Moineshttp://www.cwu.edu/career/interview-incubator-des-moines-4Friday, May 27Fri, 27 May 2016 13:00:00Academic,Alumni,Faculty & Staff,Training & Professional Development,Other<p><strong>CWU Des Moines, Building 29, Room 208</strong></p><p>Step into the Interview Incubator for a mock interview! Practice and perfect your responses to interview questions with the help of a Career Counselor. Other job candidates may also be present for this activity.</p><p>Questions? Contact Angie Engel at&nbsp;<a href="mailto:engela@cwu.edu">engela@cwu.edu</a>.</p></a href="mailto:engela@cwu.edu">Primate Awareness Week Keynote Address by Dr. Crickette Sanzhttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/primate-awareness-week-keynote-address-dr-crickette-sanzFriday, May 27Fri, 27 May 2016 16:00:00Alumni,Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p><img alt="" src="/publicity/sites/cts.cwu.edu.publicity/files/PAN.jpg" style="width: 175px; height: 180px;"></p><p><strong>May 27 | 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.<br>Science 216</strong></p><p>It is our pleasure to welcome CWU alumna Dr. Crickette Sanz to give Primate Awareness Week’s 2016 Keynote Address.</p><p>For her undergraduate and master’s degrees, Crickette Sanz studied experimental psychology at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Washington. She spent several years working at the Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute. In 1999, Sanz began studies in biological anthropology at Washington University in Saint Louis. Her dissertation research focused on the behavioral ecology of wild chimpanzees in the Goualougo Triangle, Republic of Congo. After obtaining her doctoral degree, Sanz spent five years working as a post-doctoral research fellow in the Primatology Department of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany. Currently, she is an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at Washington University in Saint Louis.</p><p>Sanz’s research focuses on primate behavioral ecology, chimpanzee tool technology, primate sociality, and great ape conservation. She is a adjunct scientist at Lincoln Park Zoo, a research associate of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s International Program in Republic of Congo and an active member of International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Primate Specialist Group on Great Apes.</p><p>This event is sponsored by the Primate Awareness Network. For more information about this event please contact Primate Awareness Network at 509-963-2215 or <a href="mailto:jake.funkhouser@cwu.edu">jake.funkhouser@cwu.edu</a>.</p></br></a href="mailto:jake.funkhouser@cwu.edu">Friday, December 181450468034Pavel Spichak, trumpet recitalhttp://www.cwu.edu/music/pavel-spichak-trumpet-recitalFriday, May 27Fri, 27 May 2016 18:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Recital Hall</p>Friday, January 311391208439Brass Choir Concerthttp://www.cwu.edu/music/brass-choir-concert-5Friday, May 27Fri, 27 May 2016 20:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Concert Hall</p>Monday, February 31391450335Mary Jarvis, sr. project horn recitalhttp://www.cwu.edu/music/mary-jarvis-sr-project-horn-recitalSaturday, May 28Sat, 28 May 2016 10:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Recital Hall</p>Tuesday, February 41391542909Amanda Dickenson, piano recitalhttp://www.cwu.edu/music/amanda-dickenson-piano-recitalSaturday, May 28Sat, 28 May 2016 12:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Recital Hall</p>Wednesday, February 51391644665Sarah Newlin, piano recitalhttp://www.cwu.edu/music/sarah-newlin-piano-recitalSaturday, May 28Sat, 28 May 2016 14:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Recital Hall</p>Friday, February 71391813506Victoria Gust, voice recitalhttp://www.cwu.edu/music/victoria-gust-voice-recitalSaturday, May 28Sat, 28 May 2016 16:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Recital Hall</p>Monday, February 101392060234Christian Severson-Kunz, voice recitalhttp://www.cwu.edu/music/christian-severson-kunz-voice-recitalSaturday, May 28Sat, 28 May 2016 18:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Recital Hall</p>Tuesday, February 111392139425Drew Medak, sr. project jazz recitalhttp://www.cwu.edu/music/drew-medak-sr-project-jazz-recitalSaturday, May 28Sat, 28 May 2016 20:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>McIntyre Music Building Recital Hall</p>Wednesday, February 121392227260Queer Art Show: Flash Exhibitionhttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/queer-art-show-flash-exhibitionMonday, May 30Mon, 30 May 2016 0:00:00Alumni,Exhibits,Faculty & Staff,Fine & Performing Arts,Student Life,New Students<p><strong>All day | SURC 137B | Free</strong></p><p>The festivities kickoff with a weeklong digital Flash Exhibition of all Queer Art Show submissions. The purpose of the art show is to create a positive space for Queer Expression.</p><p>This year’s Pride Week theme “One Proud World,” seeks to encourage all CWU students to look into themselves and find out what they are #ProudToBe.</p><p>For more information visit www.cwu.edu/equal/prideweek or contact Nikki Marra at 509-963-3344 or by email <a href="mailto:marran@cwu.edu">marran@cwu.edu.</a></p><p>These events are sponsored by EQuAl, Center for Diversity and Social Justice, 88.1 The ‘Burg, ASCWU, Campus Activities, Campus Life, Center for Leadership and Community Engagement, Dining Services, SURC Operations, University Housing and New Student Programs, University Recreation, Wellness Center, Wildcat Shop.</p></a href="mailto:marran@cwu.edu">Wednesday, January 131452701914Pride Week: Field Day http://www.cwu.edu/publicity/pride-week-field-dayMonday, May 30Mon, 30 May 2016 10:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students,Other<p><img alt="" src="/publicity/sites/cts.cwu.edu.publicity/files/Pride%20Calender%20WCA.jpg" style="width: 460px; height: 306px;"></p><p><strong>10 a.m. | SURC and Barto Lawns | $5</strong></p><p>Registration Required: <a href="http://www.cwu.edu/equal/fieldday">www.cwu.edu/equal/fieldday</a></p><p>Kick off Pride Week while hanging out with friends, meeting new people and enjoying a pizza party. Everyone can test their skills at relay races, dodgeball and more! Mark your calendars for a day of fun in the sun.</p><p>For more information visit <a href="http://www.cwu.edy/equal/prideweek">www.cwu.edu/equal/prideweek</a> or contact Nikki Marra at 509-963-3344 or by email <a href="mailto:marran@cwu.edu">marran@cwu.edu</a>.</p><p>These events are sponsored by EQuAl, Center for Diversity and Social Justice, 88.1 The ‘Burg, ASCWU, Campus Activities, Campus Life, Center for Leadership and Community Engagement, Dining Services, SURC Operations, University Housing and New Student Programs, University Recreation, Wellness Center, Wildcat Shop.</p></a href="mailto:marran@cwu.edu">Thursday, January 141452786718Resume Doctor - Des Moineshttp://www.cwu.edu/career/resume-doctor-des-moines-7Monday, May 30Mon, 30 May 2016 13:00:00Academic,Alumni,Faculty & Staff,Training & Professional Development,Other<p><strong>CWU Des Moines, Building 29, Room 208</strong></p><p>Walk-in for a resume check-up.</p><p>Questions? Contact Angie Engel at&nbsp;<a href="mailto:engela@cwu.edu">engela@cwu.edu</a>.</p></a href="mailto:engela@cwu.edu">Mass Incarceration in Washington State: Making Changeshttp://www.cwu.edu/incarceration-dialogue/mass-incarceration-washington-state-making-changesTuesday, May 31Tue, 31 May 2016 0:00:00Incarceration Dialogue<p>Mass Incarceration in&nbsp; Washington State: Making Changes. One day conference oriented toward identifying institutional policies and practices that need to be changed to reduce the problem of mass incarceration. Organizer: Charles Reasons and the Law and Justice Department.</p>Observer Poster Sale Beginshttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/observer-poster-sale-beginsTuesday, May 31Tue, 31 May 2016 8:00:00Academic,Student Life,New Students,Other<p style="text-align: center;"><img alt="" src="/publicity/sites/cts.cwu.edu.publicity/files/images/New%20Observer%20Poster%20Full%20pg%20Ad.jpg" style="width: 300px; height: 516px;"></p><p><strong>Wildcat Shop</strong></p><p><strong>May 25 - June 30</strong></p><p>Central’s weekly newspaper the Observer is the voice of the students, a timeline of history and headlines.</p><p>Now is your chance to commemorate your time at Central with posters of your favorite cover stories.</p><p>Posters are available at the Wildcat Shop in the following sizes:</p><p>12” x 18” for $9.95<br>19” x 28” for $14.95</p><p>Proceeds from these sales will benefit student media. Pick up your poster today—before they sell out!</p><p>For more information, contact Tara Long at <a href="mailto:tara.long@cwu.edu.?subject=Observer%20Poster%20Sale">tara.long@cwu.edu.</a></p></p style="text-align: center;"></br></a href="mailto:tara.long@cwu.edu.?subject=Observer%20Poster%20Sale">Tuesday, January 261453825132Pride Week: Block Partyhttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/pride-week-block-partyTuesday, May 31Tue, 31 May 2016 10:00:00Alumni,Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students,Other<p><strong>10 a.m. | SURC</strong><br><strong style="line-height: 1.4;">Free | Open to all</strong></p><p>Organizations, clubs and companies will show their pride with tabling, swag and food at this festival-style block party. Featuring music from The ‘Burg, attendees will have access to resources and engage with diversity supporters of on and off campus groups.</p><p>For more information visit <a href="http://www.cwu.edu/equal/prideweek">www.cwu.edu/equal/prideweek</a> or contact Nikki Marra at 509-963-3344 or by email <a href="mailto:marran@cwu.edu">marran@cwu.edu</a>.</p><p>These events are sponsored by EQuAl, Center for Diversity and Social Justice, 88.1 The ‘Burg, ASCWU, Campus Activities, Campus Life, Center for Leadership and Community Engagement, Dining Services, SURC Operations, University Housing and New Student Programs, University Recreation, Wellness Center, Wildcat Shop.</p></br></strong style="line-height: 1.4;"></a href="mailto:marran@cwu.edu">Friday, January 151452872409Drop-in Career Counselinghttp://www.cwu.edu/career/drop-career-counseling-17Tuesday, May 31Tue, 31 May 2016 13:00:00Academic,Alumni,Faculty & Staff,Training & Professional Development,Other<p><strong>CWU Ellensburg, Library 190B</strong></p><p>Drop in to our office at the library (room 190B) and meet with Michael Kegel, one of our Career Counselors. Mike can help with resumes/cover letters, choosing a major, job search assistance, and general career counseling. No appointment needed.</p><p>Questions? Contact Career Services at (509) 963-1921 or&nbsp;<a href="mailto:career@cwu.edu">career@cwu.edu</a>.</p></a href="mailto:career@cwu.edu">Thursday, January 171358459538Resume and Cover Letter Doctor - Lynnwoodhttp://www.cwu.edu/career/resume-and-cover-letter-doctor-lynnwood-8Tuesday, May 31Tue, 31 May 2016 16:00:00Academic,Faculty & Staff,Training & Professional Development,Other<p><strong>CWU Lynnwood, Snoqualmie Lobby</strong></p><p>Drop in resume review. Have your resume and/or cover letter reviewed by a trained Peer Advisor. No appointments needed.</p><p>Questions? Contact Merridy Rennick at&nbsp;<a href="mailto:rennickm@cwu.edu?subject=Resume%20and%20Cover%20Letter%20Doctor">rennickm@cwu.edu</a>.</p></a href="mailto:rennickm@cwu.edu?subject=Resume%20and%20Cover%20Letter%20Doctor">Friday, November 301354290307What Does Your Credit Say About You?http://www.cwu.edu/publicity/what-does-your-credit-say-about-youTuesday, May 31Tue, 31 May 2016 16:00:00Student Life,New Students,Training & Professional Development,Other<p><img alt="" src="/publicity/sites/cts.cwu.edu.publicity/files/What%20Does%20Credit%20Say.jpg" style="width: 250px; height: 387px; float: left;"><strong>Black 129 Computer Lab<br>Register:&nbsp;CDSJ (SURC 250) or CLCE (SURC 256)<br>Free | Great for graduating seniors</strong></p><p>Credit repair expert, Rachel Speight-Hudson aka “The Credit Lady”, will tell her personal story that led her to help numerous families obtain freedom from debt and increase their credit scores. This workshop will take place on May 31 in the Black Hall room 129 at 4 p.m.</p><p>This workshop will discuss the Do’s and Don’t of credit and allow participants to explore their own credit reports. Seniors are encouraged to attend this event as the topics discussed will be relevant to them upon graduation.</p><p>Space is limited! Register for this workshop now and learn the do'<span style="line-height: 1.4;">s and don't of credit. Students will also be able to explore their own credit reports.</span></p><p>For more information, contact the Center for Diversity and Social Justice at diversity@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></span style="line-height: 1.4;">Monday, January 111452527756Reducing Incarceration in Washington Statehttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/reducing-incarceration-washington-stateTuesday, May 31Tue, 31 May 2016 16:00:00Academic,Student Life,Other<p><strong>SURC Ballroom | May 31, 2016<br>Speaker: 4 p.m. | Panel: 5 p.m.<br>Free and open to the public</strong></p><p>The United States has one of the highest incarceration rates in the world. On Tuesday, May 31 at 4 p.m., King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg will introduce his top ten criminal justice reforms for Washington State. Then at 5 p.m., a diverse panel of experts will discuss these reforms and take questions from the audience. Satterberg has been King County’s prosecutor since 2007, overseeing the largest jurisdiction in the state.</p><p>Chuck Reasons, Ph.D., law and justice professor at CWU, will moderate the panel consisting of:</p><p>• Roger Schaefer, Ph.D., assistant professor, CWU law and justice department<br>• Julius Debro, Ph.D., retired professor, University of Washington law, societies and justice program<br>• Jonathan Umana, Restorative Community Services Program, Yakima County Juvenile Court<br>• Keith Champagne, Ph.D., associate dean for student development, CWU</p><p>This is a great opportunity to hear from a variety of experts on the subject, and learn about practical ways to reduce prison population in Washington States.</p><p>This event is part of the CWU Social Justice and Human Rights Series. This year’s inaugural theme, <a href="http://www.cwu.edu/incarceration-dialogue/" target="_blank">Mass Incarceration and Racial Justice: Black and Brown Lives Do Matter</a>, aims to educate Central’s community and initiate discussions about race.</p><p>For more information, contact Chuck Reasons at 509-963-1779 or <a href="mailto:reasonsc@cwu.edu?subject=Reducing%20Incarceration%20Panel%2FSpeech">reasonsc@cwu.edu</a>.</p></br></br></br></br></br></a href="mailto:reasonsc@cwu.edu?subject=Reducing%20Incarceration%20Panel%2FSpeech">Wednesday, January 131452700054Pride Week: Drag Bingohttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/pride-week-drag-bingoTuesday, May 31Tue, 31 May 2016 18:00:00Alumni,Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students,Other<p><strong>6 p.m. | SURC Pit<br>$1 per bingo card |&nbsp;</strong><strong style="line-height: 1.4;">Open to all&nbsp;</strong></p><p>Come out for a fabulous night have a chance to win awesome prizes provided by the Wildcat Shop! The evening will be hosted by Drag Queens from the CWU community. Top prize will take home a $100 gift card to the Wildcat Shop.</p><p>This year’s Pride Week theme “One Proud World,” seeks to encourage all CWU students to look into themselves and find out what they are #ProudToBe.</p><p>For more information visit <a href="http://www.cwu.edu/equal/prideweek">www.cwu.edu/equal/prideweek</a> or contact Nikki Marra at 509-963-3344 or by email <a href="mailto:marran@cwu.edu">marran@cwu.edu</a>.</p><p>These events are sponsored by EQuAl, Center for Diversity and Social Justice, 88.1 The ‘Burg, ASCWU, Campus Activities, Campus Life, Center for Leadership and Community Engagement, Dining Services, SURC Operations, University Housing and New Student Programs, University Recreation, Wellness Center, Wildcat Shop.</p></br></strong style="line-height: 1.4;"></a href="mailto:marran@cwu.edu">Tuesday, January 191453219361Wilderness First Responder Course Registration Closes June 4http://www.cwu.edu/publicity/wilderness-first-responder-course-registration-closes-june-4Wednesday, June 1Wed, 01 Jun 2016 0:00:00Academic,Entertainment,Faculty & Staff,Sports & Recreation,New Students,Training & Professional Development,Other<p><img alt="" src="/publicity/sites/cts.cwu.edu.publicity/files/Wilderness%20First%20Responder.jpg" style="width: 460px; height: 306px;"></p><p><strong>In-Class Session: June 18 - 22<br>Students: $625 | General Public: $675<br>Register at: www.wildmedcenter.com/schedule.html#dlpwfr<br>Registration Deadline: June 4</strong></p><p>Central Washington University is offering a Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course June 18-22. Class registration is $625 for CWU students, $675 for non-students and is available through June 4 at www.wildmedcenter.com/schedule.html#dlpwfr.</p><p>Central’s WFR course is a hybrid distance learning project and requires completion of a home study program and four online exams prior to attending a five-day practical session.</p><p>The course, which focuses on expedition medicine, includes certification in adult and child Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED). The knowledge and skills learned can be directly applied to other emergency medical situations where rapid emergency medical services (EMS) and advanced medical care is not available, such as training in disaster relief and remote health care in third world countries.</p><p>The WFR courses are designed specifically to meet the needs of wilderness guides, expedition leaders and outdoor instructors. It is a great wilderness medicine training course for any outdoor professional. Register today to earn your certification.</p><p>For more information please visit www.cwu.edu/opr/training-certifications or contact Bradley Gasawski at 509-963-3537 or at bradley.gasawski@cwu.edu.</p></br></br></br>Tuesday, January 51452025029Pride Week: Dyke Rallyhttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/pride-week-dyke-rallyWednesday, June 1Wed, 01 Jun 2016 12:00:00Alumni,Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students,Other<p><strong>12 p.m. | East SURC Patio | Free</strong></p><p>Everyone is invited to join in this rally, organized to be inclusive of all women, regardless of labels.</p><p>This year’s Pride Week theme “One Proud World,” seeks to encourage all CWU students to look into themselves and find out what they are #ProudToBe.</p><p>For more information visit <a href="http://www.cwu.edu/equal/prideweek">www.cwu.edu/equal/prideweek</a> or contact Nikki Marra at 509-963-3344 or by email <a href="mailto:marran@cwu.edu">marran@cwu.edu</a>.</p><p>These events are sponsored by EQuAl, Center for Diversity and Social Justice, 88.1 The ‘Burg, ASCWU, Campus Activities, Campus Life, Center for Leadership and Community Engagement, Dining Services, SURC Operations, University Housing and New Student Programs, University Recreation, Wellness Center, Wildcat Shop.</p></a href="mailto:marran@cwu.edu">Tuesday, January 191453219456Drop-in Career Counselinghttp://www.cwu.edu/career/drop-career-counseling-18Wednesday, June 1Wed, 01 Jun 2016 13:00:00Academic,Alumni,Faculty & Staff,Training & Professional Development,Other<p><strong>CWU Ellensburg, Library 190B</strong></p><p>Drop in to our office at the library (room 190B) and meet with Michael Kegel, one of our Career Counselors. Mike can help with resumes/cover letters, choosing a major, job search assistance, and general career counseling. No appointment needed.</p><p>Questions? Contact Career Services at (509) 963-1921 or&nbsp;<a href="mailto:career@cwu.edu">career@cwu.edu</a>.</p></a href="mailto:career@cwu.edu">Friday, January 181358529096Tea @ 3http://www.cwu.edu/leadership-engage/tea-3-7Wednesday, June 1Wed, 01 Jun 2016 15:00:00Alumni,Faculty & Staff,Seminars & Workshops<p>Faculty, staff and community members share their personal journey to where they are today, talking about who and what inspired them, as well as the obstacles they had to overcome to get to their current position.</p><hr><p>For more information visit the CLCE in SURC 256, call (509) 963-1850, or email clce@cwu.edu (Subject: “ATTN: Tea @ 3”).</p></hr>Tuesday, January 101326234695Tea at 3: Dr. Stacey Robertsonhttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/tea-3-dr-stacey-robertsonWednesday, June 1Wed, 01 Jun 2016 15:00:00Academic,Alumni,Entertainment,Faculty & Staff,Student Life,New Students<p><img alt="" src="/publicity/sites/cts.cwu.edu.publicity/files/Tea%20%40%203.jpg" style="width: 460px; height: 306px;"></p><p><strong>SURC Pit<br>Free | Open to everyone</strong></p><p>Tea at 3 is an engaging and interactive speaker series where attendees hear from CWU faculty, staff and community members as they share stories of their personal journeys to their current places in life.</p><p>On Wednesday, June 1, attendees can join Dr. Stacey Robertson, CWU’s dean of the College of Arts and Humanities, in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Pit at 3 p.m. Attendance is free and open to the public.</p><p>Dr. Robertson officially took the position as dean of the College of Arts and Humanities in February 2015 after teaching and serving as interim dean for two years at Bradley University, a private university in Illinois, in the College of Arts and Sciences. Co-director of the national anti-slavery organization, Historians Against Slavery, social justice is a priority for Robertson. She brings this passion to Central, where she works to create programs and organizations that will encourage students to combat modern slave trading.</p><p>For more information, please contact Joanne Perez at 509-963-2187 or clce@cwu.edu.</p></br>Monday, November 161447689362Dine & Totehttp://www.cwu.edu/publicity/dine-tote-1Wednesday, June 1Wed, 01 Jun 2016 17:00:00Student Life,New Students,Other<p><strong>Free w/ advance registration</strong></p><p>Tired of ordering take-out? Learn how to make simple, healthy and delicious meals at the third Dine &amp; Tote of the quarter.</p><p>On the menu:</p><p>• Baked chicken stuffed with pesto and cheese<br>• Fruit salad<br>• Pasta salad</p><p>Students will gain firsthand cooking experience and learn how to make easy, healthy meals on a budget.</p><p>Make sure to register before 5 p.m. on May 31 at<a href="http://www.cwu.edu/wellness/dine-and-tote" target="_blank"> www.cwu.edu/wellness/dine-and-tote</a>. Location will be provided upon registration.</p><p>For more information, please contact the Wellness Center at 509-963-3213 or <a href="mailto:wellness@cwu.edu?subject=Dine%20%26%20Tote">wellness@cwu.edu</a>.</p></br></br></a href="mailto:wellness@cwu.edu?subject=Dine%20%26%20Tote">Special one-night only screening of Triple Divide hosted by CERMAhttp://www.cwu.edu/special-one-night-only-screening-triple-divide-hosted-cermaWednesday, June 1Wed, 01 Jun 2016 18:00:00Faculty & Staff,Student Life,Other<p><strong>What:</strong>&nbsp; <em>Triple Divide</em> is said to be the only documentary of its kind on the controversial subject of fracking capable of speaking to all sides, with exclusive interviews from the industry, experts, and Americans suffering in the wake of shale gas development. The film is a three-year investigation by Public Herald journalists Joshua Pribanic and Melissa Troutman, who researched government and industry data in addition to gathering first-hand testimony from lease holders and citizens. The film has been called a, “bombshell” and “the best documentary on fracking”. The filmmakers will join us via Skype following the screening for a Q&amp;A.</p><p>“The public isn’t seeing the full impacts to water from fracking in any state, because regulators are mismanaging data and decisions are made based on politics instead of science,” says Pribanic. “The water impacts we encountered in Triple Divide are systemic, they’re not isolated to a single state, but the public can learn from these experiences to protect their water resources.”</p><p>Don’t miss this one-night only event!</p><p><strong>Who:</strong> Sponsored by the Cultural and Environmental Resource Management Association&nbsp;</p><p><strong>When:</strong> Wednesday, June 1st. 6:00-8:00pm. &nbsp;</p><p><strong>Where:</strong> Central Washington University,&nbsp; Dean Hall, Room 103</p><p>The Cultural and Environmental Resource Management Association (CERMA) is a student driven organization with the intention to unite students and staff who share an interest in natural and cultural resources, as well as serving as a bridge between the university and its surrounding communities. CERMA’s goal is to provide hands-on/practical educational opportunities and a forum for members to be exposed to professional cultural and environmental resource management skills, agencies, firms, organizations, and activities.</p><p><strong>Contact person: </strong>Janessa Zuchetto, &nbsp;<a href="mailto:Janessa.Zuchetto@cwu.edu">Janessa.Zuchetto@cwu.edu</a></p></a href="mailto:Janessa.Zuchetto@cwu.edu">Monday, May 231464024862