Join a happy hour at Fiske Planetarium to meet and mingle. All faculty are welcome at this community-building event. Shared Perspectives and Community Engagement, or SPACE, is organized by faculty from all different parts of campus and sponsors events throughout the academic year.
Explore the latest research on the role heart rate variability and emotion play in performance and health. Learn how to use the heart-brain connection to regulate your heart rhythms and emotional state in challenging situations—techniques that can build resilience, decrease stress and improve mental and physical performance.
Free and open to all, Indigenous Peoples Day events beginning Oct. 8 will include a screening of “Crow Country: Our Right to Food Sovereignty” followed by a discussion with director Tsanavi Spoonhunter, knowledge-keeper talks, breakout sessions and more. Get details and plan to attend what interests you!
Preview the traffic, parking, bus route and building access impacts of the nighttime football game on Friday, Oct. 13. Learn about the clear bag policy, the theme of the game for spectators, the TV viewing option and more.
Grad students whose research, creative work and scholarship engage communities are invited to share and present their projects and experiences at this Research & Innovation Week event. Register, join, enjoy community and light refreshments!
Join Human Resources in this four-week workshop aimed at improving your success in identifying your potential career trajectory. Identify your unique skills and experiences to guide your next steps in your professional development.
Join the Pride Office for this information session on what campus life is like for our trans students and how we can all work to create a more welcoming and supportive environment in and out of the classroom.
October is Disability Awareness Month, and the Digital Accessibility Office is hosting a series of events to celebrate and reflect on advancing access and equity in the digital and physical environment.