Posted in August 2013

Indiana Lifeline Law

If someone needs medical assistance and you are in a position to help them, you have a duty to do so.  The Lifeline Law is there to provide immunity for some alcohol-related offenses, subject to certain conditions, to people who request medical assistance for someone in need or receive medical assistance due to a request … Continue reading

SOC-S 210 The Economy, Organizations, and Work

There are still seats available in Dr. Weihua An’s SOC-210 #29906 The Economy, Organizations, and Work course. 09:30A-10:45A TR   Course description: This course covers the basic concepts and topics in economic sociology and work and organizations with a systematic examination of modern organizations from the sociological perspectives.  The topics covered ranges from the hard … Continue reading

SOC-S 312 Education and Society

There are still seats available in Dr. Jennifer Lee’s SOC-S312 #12637 Education and Society course. 02:30P-03:45P MW   This course is an introduction to current issues in the sociology of education.  The goal of this course is to ask some fundamental questions about the relationship between education and society.  In this class, we will look … Continue reading

Fall GRE Prep

Lifelong Learning’s GRE Prep course includes ten review sessions and prepares you for all three components of the revised General Test (Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Analytical Writing).  This five-week course offers specific problem-solving and time-management techniques for each section of the GRE. GRE Prep Section 1 5 Mondays and 5 Wednesdays, September 16, 18, … Continue reading

CMCL-C392

This Communication and Culture course still has available seats and may be of interest to Gender Studies majors and minors. CMCL C392 Media Genres: Topic: Queer Cinemas and beyond taught by Professor Ryan Powell Class meets MW from 4:00-5:15pm in the Wells Library room 044B and again Mondays from 7:15-10:15 in BH 310 to screen … Continue reading

EDUC-X156: College and Life Long Learning

A semester-long, 2 cr. hr., satisfactory/fail graded course open to all students that emphasizes “self-directed learning” under the guidance of a personal “academic fitness trainer.”    Knowing how to learn has become the foundational skill that supports success on all levels and in all situations.  Under the guidance of their own “academic fitness trainer”, the student … Continue reading

CultureFest After-Party

Thursday, August 22, 2013 | Art Museum | 7-9:30PM Celebrate the start of the semester at the CultureFest After-Party—a fun, free event featuring art, music, and food!  Enjoy viewing art from around the world and listening to a performance by Bloomington-based band Square Peg Round Hole.

Culturefest

Thursday, August 22, 2013 | IU Auditorium/Showalter Fountain | 5-7PM Culturefest celebrates the history of Indiana University and the cultural diversity on campus.  We invite you to take part in some of these fun and educational activities including video and lecture presentation, music, dance, food, art, and other activities.