The Center for Teaching and Learning will sponsor the Assessment Colloquium "Creating Student Learning Outcomes" from 4:30-6 p.m., March 28, in the SUB Conference Room. Contact the Center for Teaching and Learning at 785.4391 or for more information.

The Muslim Students Association will present an interfaith discussion panel titled "Three Faiths, One God" from 6-8 p.m., March 28, in the BH Little Theatre. Jews, Muslims and Christians will answer questions about how the three faiths compare in an audience-focused discussion panel. Questions on controversial issues will be answered, providing a clear picture of how Islam fits in with Judaism and Christianity. Contact Andrea Cluck at 785.5837 or for more information.

The Career Center will host the Walt Disney World College Program Open House from 6-8 p.m., March 28, at the Career Center. Students are invited to learn about interning at the Walt Disney World company for a semester. Food will be provided. For more information, contact Erin Roper at 785.4972 or

The Student Activities Board and the Student Union will sponsor an Open Mic Night from 8-11 p.m., March 28, in the SUB Activities Room. The event will be a night of art and musical performances in a relaxed atmosphere. E-mail Dan Kling at for more information.

The DEPThS group will discuss Navajo Traditions at 8 p.m., March 28, in BH 249. Dave Greg, a Truman student who spent time with the tribe during the summer, will lead the discussion. DEPThS is a student-led open discussion group about spirituality. E-mail for more information.

The Center for Teaching and Learning Weekly Lunch Series features Registrar Kay Anderson speaking about "Academic Integrity through FERPA" from 12:30-1:30 p.m., March 29, in the SUB Spanish Room. Call 785.4391 for more information.

"Should You Really be a Lawyer?" discussion will take place from 4:30-5:15 p.m., March 29, April 5 and April 12, in VH 1146. Martin Jayne and Paul Parker, Truman pre-law advisers, will discuss legal education and legal careers with all interested students. Contact Parker at 785.4505 for more information.

The SERVE Center is accepting applications for the fall 2006 semester for work-study and scholarship positions only. Applications are available in the Center for Student Involvement, located on the lower level of the SUB. Completed applications should be returned to the CSI by 5 p.m., March 29.

PRISM and the Funds Allotment Council (FAC) present transgender speaker Debra Davis from 7-9 p.m., March 30, in the SUB Activities Room. Davis transitioned from a man to a woman while working for public high school in 1998. Now she's the executive director of the Gender Resource Center in Minneapolis, Minn., and tours the country speaking about transgender issues. For more information, contact Matthew Seibert at 660.349.0531 or

The Environmental Campus Organization (ECO) will show the film "City of God" at 7 p.m., March 30, in BH 303. There will be a discussion following the film. For more information, contact Michelle Brown at 785.5755 or

The Student Activities Board (SAB) will be showing "Syriana" at 6:30 p.m. and 9 p.m., March 31, in VH 1000. No tickets are needed. Call 785.4722 for details.

The Language and Learning Center, also known as the Language Lab, located in MC 302 and 304 and BH 285 and 288, is seeking advanced-level students in all languages to serve as Peer Tutors for lower-level language classes. Scholarship hours are preferable, but some work study and institutional hours are available. Applications are available in MC 304 until April 1. E-mail Ron Manning at for further details.

Alpha Sigma Gamma is sponsoring an Easter egg hunt from 1-4 p.m., April 2, at Red Barn Park. The rain site is Pershing Arena. Tickets are 25 cents or 5 for a $1. Egg hunt times are children under 3 at 1:30 p.m., 3-6 years old at 2:15 p.m. and 7 years and older at 3 p.m. Contact Gina Stierwalt 665.8910 or at for more information.

Alan Journet, professor of biology at Southeast Missouri State University, will speak at 11:30 a.m., April 7, in the SUB Spanish Room. His presentation will be titled "Crouching Cassowary, Hidden Cheetah" (about his trips to Australia and to Kruger Park in Africa.)

The Special Olympics Northeast Area Track and Field Games are looking for volunteers to be buddies to athletes from 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m., April 8, at Stokes Stadium. Volunteers for other aspects of the games are needed as well, with less of a time commitment. Those interested in volunteering should contact the Student Council for Exceptional Children at 627.6035 or

The Rotaract Club will present the fourth film of its International Film Series, "Bride and Prejudice," at 6:30 p.m., April 8, in VH 1000. Contact Brynn Weimer at 665.3452 or for more information.

Human Resources, in cooperation with UniCare Life & Health Insurance Company, the University's medical insurance carrier, will be sponsoring the Faculty and Staff Health and Wellness Fair on April 14 in the SUB. More details will be announced in the future. For more information, contact Human Resources at 785.7480 or 785.4031.

Applications are now available for writing consultants for the fall 2006 semester. New this semester, the Writing Center will also have an opening for a Spanish consultant. Students can pick up an application in the Writing Center, McClain Hall 303, or online at Writers from all disciplines are encouraged to apply.

Faculty, staff and students who know an international student who deserves to be recognized for his or her hard work and enthusiasm can nominate that person to become the next International Student of the Month. Applications are available at under the Current Students tab. Applications may be submitted at any time. Contact Kara Burns at 665.0468 for more information.

The 2006-2007 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available on the Web at Apply soon to be considered for all available federal and state funds. Contact the Financial Aid Office, MC 103, 785.4130, if you have questions.
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