Tuesdays @ 10 every Tuesday when classes are in session. Come join us and your fellow graduate students for a free breakfast to get your new semester started off right! We have bagels, croissants, muffins, yogurt and granola, fruit and, of course, lots of COFFFEEEEEE! While supplies last! Always in the Packer House lower level every Tuesday when classes are in session.
March 10 - Grant Writing (Sujata Jagota and Wade Linebaugh)
March 24 - Conference Abstract (Ed Simon)
April 21 - How to get (and stay) motivated to write (Greg Skutches)
Train your body, mind, and spirit with this powerfully invigorating practice. intenSati combines empowering affirmations with interval training, martial arts, dance, and yoga. You will leave class feeling stronger, uplifted, and inspired! Check it out: http://www.studiofitnesslv.
Cost: 10 classes: $20 (or $5 drop-in fee)
Fridays 4:30 - 5:30 pm (Feb. 21-April 25)
Sign up at the Graduate Life Office, 217 W. Packer Ave.
Don't miss a great opportunity to see a Broadway Show with transportation to New York City! The three tentative dates for the show is April 5th, 6th and 27th. The first one is a Saturday, the next two are Sundays. Please sign up through GSS and pay in Packer House by next Friday, February 14th by noon. The total cost is $50 for graduate students and $60 for faculty/staff. The cost includes ticket and transportation. The limit is two tickets per ID. Please only sign up only if you are sure that you can make it in all of the 3 days mentioned above, as the payment is non-refundable. Let us know which date you prefer most. Please sign up soon so that we can secure the tickets and get the best seats available! Sign up here, but you must pay at the GLO Office (217 W. Packer) to assure your seat!
From PHD to LIFE! Call for Panelists and Presenters! Deadline March 21st. Click here for more info.
International Student Discussion Group -Wednesdays at 2:30pm Are you an international student looking for support or advice about adjusting to American culture, making new friends, or succeeding academically/professionally? Would you like to talk with other international students about their experiences? The international student discussion group is a place for international students to talk with one another and offer advice, resources, and support to help each other through the cultural adjustment process. The group is facilitated by counselors from the counseling center and is on a drop-in basis. It is not a therapy group, and you do not need to fill out paperwork at the counseling center to come to the group. Just meet us in the Peak Performance Center (1st floor, Johnson Hall) from 2:30pm to 3:30pm on Wednesdays this semester. Come when you want to, but please stay for the whole time if you come that week. Email Val (email@example.com), Adrian (firstname.lastname@example.org ), or Song (email@example.com) if you have any questions or would like more information. The first group will be on Wednesday, January 22nd at 2:30pm!
The Humanities Center will be exploring the concept of "HOME" in a multi-part series: For more information on the series, please click here
LU Shuttle Bus Info
Student Activities offers a FREE shuttle bus service to the Promenade shops, Lehigh Valley Mall, and Wal-Mart. Please visit http://studentaffairs.lehigh.
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