March 5, 2012
Saturday, April 21,
projects located at various site in the Duluth community from 10:00am-4:00pm
Registration open March 5 - 30
This spring the Office of Civic Engagement will be holding its second annual CHAMP Day of Service. This community day provides an opportunity for students, staff, and faculty to give back to the Duluth community by working on a number of site-based projects with local organizations. Registration opens the week of March 5; groups and individuals are welcome to register. Visit our web page for more information. Sponsored by the Office of the Chancellor
Followed by a discussion on the film's topics
Tuesday, March 6, 5:00-7:00pm Life Science 175
A moving examination of the life and work of William Kunstler, considered one of America's most "beloved and hated" lawyers in America. Emily Kunstler and Sarah Kunstler, William Kunstler's daughters, reveal their father's story through his many cases ranging from his fight for civil rights and free speech to representing mafia bosses and accused terrorists.
More information can be found at: http://www.pbs.org/pov/disturbingtheuniverse/
As an educational institution, UMD is able to access Point of View (POV) films and show them at no cost to campus and the community. The Office of Civic Engagement selects multiple films each semester highlighting important topics related to community, current issues, and civic engagement.
Thursday, March 8
10am - 6pm
Kirby Ballroom (3rd floor Kirby Student Center)
Graduation can be an exciting transitional time for you. It's a time of anticipation and new beginnings as you go from student to graduate. We at UMD Stores strive to make the graduation process as easy as possible by providing information and a wide range of graduation services during GRAD FAIR 2012.
You can purchase your caps, gowns, hoods, tassels, diploma frames, and generic announcements* at a 20% discount on Thursday, March 8, during GRAD FAIR 2012 only. (*This discount does not apply to personalized announcements.)
Personalized announcements and UMD class rings may be purchased at the Jostens booth during Grad Fair. All UMD class rings will be on sale with prices starting as low as $299. (Lustrium silver plated finish). Other metal options available and sale priced as well.
If you are unable to attend this event, visit http://www.umdstores.com and receive 20% off online graduation regalia orders Thursday, March 8, 2012. (ONE DAY ONLY)
Students who attend GRAD FAIR 2012 can take care of graduation planning needs while exploring dozens of graduation-related exhibits where they can:
Be sure to talk with our Grad Fair vendors about ideas for your graduation celebration, post-college planning, and register for prizes!
GRAD FAIR 2012 VENDORS* UMD Stores, Jostens, University Frames, UMD Exit Counseling, UMD Career Services, UMD Continuing Education, UMD Financial Aid & Registrar, UMD Print Shop, UMD Commencement Info, UMD Athletics, Champ, UMD Alumni Association, UMD Multicultural Center & GLBT Services, UMD Recreational Sport Outdoor Program, UMD Center for Economic Development, Visit Duluth, Coca Cola, Liberty Mutual, Apple Computer, KUMD - The Basement, Maurices, TCF Bank, U.S. Bank - Kenwood, Wells Fargo Bank - Kenwood, Cub Foods, Super One Foods, UMD Catering, Clyde Iron Works, Saffron & Grey, Spirit Mountain, AAA Travel, Jefferson Bus Lines, Sheraton Duluth Hotel/Restaurant 301, & more! (*vendors subject to change)
Through Friday, March 9
UMD Stores is selling PURPLE FEET through March 9 to support Colleges Against Cancer and the American Cancer Society. PURPLE FEET are only $1 each and will be posted in UMD Stores EXPRESS. This is a wonderful way to remember your loved ones who have been affected by cancer.
Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign
Please drop off nonperishable food items at any UMD Stores location through the month of March.
Free for UMD students
Sign up begins @ 8:00pm
All types of acts welcome!
$5 entry fee/UMD students only (goes towards prizes)
Pool tournament is free.
Register by phone at 218.726.8734 or in person 15 minutes before the tournament!
All skill levels are welcome.
Every Wednesday Spring Semester, next session:
March 7 12:00 pm in KSC 311 (across from the DC)
When: Tuesday, March 6
Time: 5-6 pm
Where: KSC 311 (across from the DC)
Gain detailed information on the UMD Study in England Programme including course offerings, calendar, accommodation, cost, and speak to faculty and past participants!
Participants can earn liberal education credits in the following categories: 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & the Cultural Diversity and International Perspective requirements. Students can also fulfill course requirements in many different subject areas from all of the colleges at UMD. For detailed program and course information students can visit the Study in England Programme website: http://www.d.umn.edu/ieo/programs/england/sie.htm
UMD Study in England Programme application for the 2012-2013 academic year has been extended to April 15, 2012.
Please view the website for details and more information: http://www.d.umn.edu/ieo/programs/england/sie.htm
Monday, March 5, 2012
4 to 5 pm
What is a "personal statement", "statement of purpose" or "goal statement" and how do I write one? If you are applying for graduate or professional school, this overview will provide information on the purpose of the statement and provide strategies for writing an effective statement.
Tuesday, March 6 OR Wednesday March 7, 2012
2 to 4 pm
Get immediate feedback on your resume, no appointment necessary! These 10-15 minute sessions are for students who already have a written resume and have reviewed the Resume Guidelines in the Career Handbook. You MUST bring a paper copy of your resume to the session, and then receive feedback from Career Services staff.
If you are a beginning resume writer, develop your resume prior to attending one of these sessions by using the Resume Writing section of the Career Handbook.
Translated by Alistair Elliot
Directed by Ann Aiko Bergeron
March 8, 9, 10, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 2012 @ 7:30 pm
March 25, 2012 @ 2 pm
MPAC Dudley Experimental Theatre
This classical tale of betrayal, passion and unbridled revenge probes the darkest recesses of the caves of jealously. When Jason leaves Medea for a younger wife, how far will she go to find her personal "justice"? MEDEA is a compelling psychological tragedy that is timeless in its themes, and forces us to confront our own darker side. (Recommended for ages 14 and up.)
Individual Tickets: $6 - UMD Student, $13 - Senior/Student & $18 -
Adult (Prices include service fees.)
2 for 1 on Tues.,
3/20 for UMD Students/Faculty/Staff - SOLD OUT | Rush Tickets start @ 7:15 pm.
(Limited seating, reserve now. Rush Tickets start 15 minutes before showtime)
UMD Theatre in collaboration with UMD Symphony Orchestra
April 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28, 2012 @ 7:30 pm
April 22, 2012 @ 2 pm
Music by Richard Rodgers
Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Kate Ufema, director
Jean R. Perrault, conductor - UMD Symphony Orchestra
"The Prince is having a ball!" . . . the first line of Rogers and Hammerstein's beloved musical fairy tale, Cinderella, comes to life on our MPAC Mainstage. Bring your family. Bring your friends, and celebrate and rejoice in the 'happily ever after!'
Adult $18 • Senior/Student $13 • Child (12 & under) $8 • UMD Student $6
BOGO Offer Thurs., 4/19 & Wed., 4/25: UMD Students / Faculty / Staff - Buy one ticket | Get one ticket FREE
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Weber Music Hall
Gene Koshinski, director
Adult $8 • Senior $7 • Student $5 • UMD Student $3
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2012 @ 7:30 pm
Geraldine McMillian made her debut with the New York City Opera as Mimi in La Bohème, and has performed with orchestras including the Chicago Symphony and Hamburg Orchestra. Her diverse repertoire includes Treemonisha with Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Elisabeth in Don Carlos with Minnesota Opera, Madame Lidoine in Poulenc's Dialogue of the Carmelites, with Central City Opera and Aïda, which she has sung to acclaim with Nashville Opera, Memphis Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, Minnesota Opera and Opera Omaha. In February 2008, , and in October 2009 she made her debut with Cape Town Opera as Aïda. Mr. Mayfield's time in New York is primarily occupied with working with individual singers in the areas of performance style, language and interpretation, both privately and at Manhattan School of Music. Performing works by Beethoven, Debussy, Strauss, Berlioz, and Duparc.
Adult $19 • Senior $17 • Student $5 (reserved seating)
Tickets: 218-726-8877 | www.tickets.umn.edu
Friday, March 30, 2012
Weber Music Hall
UMD Symphony Orchestra - 11th Annual Concerto Competition Concert
UMD Symphony Orchestra • Jean R. Perrault, conductor
Featuring the winners of the 2012 Student Soloist Competition: Dennis Shuman, tenor and Sarah Knott, mezzo-soprano. Program to include Bruckner's 4th Symphony "Romantic".
Adult $8 • Senior $7 • Student $5 • UMD Student $3 (under 12 FREE)
Tickets: 218-726-8877 BOGO Offer Fri.,
3/30: UMD Students / Faculty / Staff - Buy one ticket | Get one ticket FREE