Events Calendar

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February 11, 2023

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WMU Dance presents the Winter Gala Dance Concert

The Department of Dance presents the annual Winter Gala Dance Concert for one weekend only. Western Michigan University dance students will perform dances by Great Works artist Decidedly Jazz Danceworks and other guest choreographers. Including ballet, jazz, modern, and contemporary dance styles, the concert also features choreography by dance faculty and students. 

Date: Saturday, Feb. 11
Time: 2:00pm
Location: Gilmore Theatre Complex, Shaw Theatre
Black, white and red striped graphic with Winter Gala Dance Concert

WMU Dance presents the Winter Gala Dance Concert

The Department of Dance presents the annual Winter Gala Dance Concert for one weekend only. Western Michigan University dance students will perform dances by Great Works artist Decidedly Jazz Danceworks and other guest choreographers. Including ballet, jazz, modern, and contemporary dance styles, the concert also features choreography by dance faculty and students. 

Date: Saturday, Feb. 11
Time: 8:00pm
Location: Gilmore Theatre Complex, Shaw Theatre

February 12, 2023

Black, white and red striped graphic with Winter Gala Dance Concert

WMU Dance presents the Winter Gala Dance Concert

The Department of Dance presents the annual Winter Gala Dance Concert for one weekend only. Western Michigan University dance students will perform dances by Great Works artist Decidedly Jazz Danceworks and other guest choreographers. Including ballet, jazz, modern, and contemporary dance styles, the concert also features choreography by dance faculty and students. 

Date: Sunday, Feb. 12
Time: 2:00pm
Location: Gilmore Theatre Complex, Shaw Theatre

Escape Room Tables and Murder Mysteries in a Box

Escape from your studies by playing one of a variety of mini escape room or murder mystery in a box games. Stop by Room 3015 in Waldo Library and solve one or solve them all!

This event is part of Destress From the Tests, a series of stress-reducing activities happening throughout the semester. 

Date: Sunday, Feb. 12
Time: 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Location: Room 3015, Engagement Room Waldo Library

February 14, 2023

Wall x Paper: Contemporary Prints from the University Art Collection

Rooted in the belief that learning directly from art objects remains absolutely key, the main purpose of the print collection is to enrich the educational experience of Frostic School of Art students, faculty, and staff. A specialized sub-collection within the larger University Art Collection, the print collection was initiated in 1969 by Professor Emeritus Curtis Rhodes and today includes more than 800 works on paper or multiples.

Date: Tuesday, Feb. 14
Time: (All day)
Location: Albertine Monroe-Brown Gallery Richmond Center for Visual Arts
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Have a Heart Healthy February

Life's Essential 8

February is American Heart Month. This workshop focuses on Life’s Essential 8—key measures for improving and maintaining cardiovascular health, as defined by the American Heart Association. Better cardiovascular health helps lower the risk for heart disease, stroke and other major health problems. Event will be virtual through the  ExperienceWMU link. Register online by Monday, Feb. 13.

Date: Tuesday, Feb. 14
Time: 12:05pm to 12:55pm
Location: 3131 Sindecuse Health Center

February 15, 2023

Wall x Paper: Contemporary Prints from the University Art Collection

Rooted in the belief that learning directly from art objects remains absolutely key, the main purpose of the print collection is to enrich the educational experience of Frostic School of Art students, faculty, and staff. A specialized sub-collection within the larger University Art Collection, the print collection was initiated in 1969 by Professor Emeritus Curtis Rhodes and today includes more than 800 works on paper or multiples.

Date: Wednesday, Feb. 15
Time: (All day)
Location: Albertine Monroe-Brown Gallery Richmond Center for Visual Arts
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Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT)

This is a live, online training. It is a three-day program, February 15-17. TF-CBT is an evidence-based trauma treatment for children and adolescents. It is attachment-focused, involving caregivers. This training is intended for master or doctoral level mental health clinicians and meets partial requirements for national certification. Earn 12 social work CEs.

Date: Wednesday, Feb. 15
Time: 8:30am to 12:30pm

February 16, 2023

Wall x Paper: Contemporary Prints from the University Art Collection

Rooted in the belief that learning directly from art objects remains absolutely key, the main purpose of the print collection is to enrich the educational experience of Frostic School of Art students, faculty, and staff. A specialized sub-collection within the larger University Art Collection, the print collection was initiated in 1969 by Professor Emeritus Curtis Rhodes and today includes more than 800 works on paper or multiples.

Date: Thursday, Feb. 16
Time: (All day)
Location: Albertine Monroe-Brown Gallery Richmond Center for Visual Arts

Books and Beer: Robert Berkhofer - Forgeries and Historical Writing in England, France, and Flanders, 900-1200

The University Center for the Humanities at Western Michigan University invites you to “Books and Beer,” our celebration of the publications from University faculty over the last year. Robert Berkhofer (Medieval Institute) will read from "Forgeries and Historical Writing in England, France, and Flanders, 900-1200." There will be a brief Q&A /discussion after the reading. Light snacks and beer from the WMU Sustainable Brewing program will be available.
Date: Thursday, Feb. 16
Time: 5:00pm to 6:15pm
Location: 2500 Knauss Hall, WMU

February 17, 2023

Wall x Paper: Contemporary Prints from the University Art Collection

Rooted in the belief that learning directly from art objects remains absolutely key, the main purpose of the print collection is to enrich the educational experience of Frostic School of Art students, faculty, and staff. A specialized sub-collection within the larger University Art Collection, the print collection was initiated in 1969 by Professor Emeritus Curtis Rhodes and today includes more than 800 works on paper or multiples.

Date: Friday, Feb. 17
Time: (All day)
Location: Albertine Monroe-Brown Gallery Richmond Center for Visual Arts

Art Break

Come take an art break! Supplies for collaging, painting, and crafting will be available in Room 3015 at Waldo Library every Friday afternoon during the month of February.

This event is part of Destress From the Tests, a series of stress-reducing activities happening throughout the semester. 

Date: Friday, Feb. 17
Time: 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Location: Room 3015, Engagement Room Waldo Library

Museum

Museum is a unique and immersive theatrical experience that will be presented at the Richmond Center for Visual Arts. Perhaps the people next to you are actors, perhaps just guests. All around you are intriguing conversations as the gallery fills.

 

Date: Friday, Feb. 17
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Richmond Center for Visual Arts

February 18, 2023

Wall x Paper: Contemporary Prints from the University Art Collection

Rooted in the belief that learning directly from art objects remains absolutely key, the main purpose of the print collection is to enrich the educational experience of Frostic School of Art students, faculty, and staff. A specialized sub-collection within the larger University Art Collection, the print collection was initiated in 1969 by Professor Emeritus Curtis Rhodes and today includes more than 800 works on paper or multiples.

Date: Saturday, Feb. 18
Time: (All day)
Location: Albertine Monroe-Brown Gallery Richmond Center for Visual Arts

Museum

Museum is a unique and immersive theatrical experience that will be presented at the Richmond Center for Visual Arts. Perhaps the people next to you are actors, perhaps just guests. All around you are intriguing conversations as the gallery fills.

 

Date: Saturday, Feb. 18
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Richmond Center for Visual Arts

February 19, 2023

Museum

Museum is a unique and immersive theatrical experience that will be presented at the Richmond Center for Visual Arts. Perhaps the people next to you are actors, perhaps just guests. All around you are intriguing conversations as the gallery fills.

 

Date: Sunday, Feb. 19
Time: 1:00pm
Location: Richmond Center for Visual Arts

Museum

Museum is a unique and immersive theatrical experience that will be presented at the Richmond Center for Visual Arts. Perhaps the people next to you are actors, perhaps just guests. All around you are intriguing conversations as the gallery fills.

 

Date: Sunday, Feb. 19
Time: 4:00pm
Location: Richmond Center for Visual Arts

Escape Room Tables and Murder Mysteries in a Box

Escape from your studies by playing one of a variety of mini escape room or murder mystery in a box games. Stop by Room 3015 in Waldo Library and solve one or solve them all!

This event is part of Destress From the Tests, a series of stress-reducing activities happening throughout the semester. 

Date: Sunday, Feb. 19
Time: 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Location: Room 3015, Engagement Room Waldo Library

February 20, 2023

Steps for Better Data Organization and Management

Whether you want to prepare for working in a lab, learn techniques to take control of your research, or just want to improve your data organization, this workshop will give you the building blocks to confidently manage your files. Register now.

Date: Monday, Feb. 20
Time: 11:00am to noon
Location: Webex

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