The week of January 16, 2017
Welcome back, Bearcats! To commemorate the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the university is hosting a series of events including a book club and lecture by author Roberto Gonzales, an open mic, community service opportunities and more. Here's the schedule.
Starting today, university students, faculty and staff may each reserve up to four free general admission tickets; alumni may reserve two.
Renowned legal scholar Richard Epstein will present the Peterson Lecture, “Our Implied Constitution,” tomorrow at the College of Law. All are welcome.
Congratulations, Danielle Cadena Deulen, Scott Nadelson and Andrea Stolowitz! Vote for them in the Readers’ Choice survey.
Campus jobs in four programs — Jump Start, Opening Days, Resident Advisors and Compass Mentors — are open.
Shatha Almutawa (Religious Studies) receives grant
The award will fund travel to conduct oral histories in Dubai, Amman, Istanbul and the U.S.
Tara M Gregg
New food-service leadership
Welcome Marc Marelich and Kristen Redshaw after Chris Linn’s departure.
WebEdit open labs and classes
Weeks of Jan. 16–27, 2017
Swimming vs Lewis & Clark
Women's Basketball vs. Linfield
Men's Basketball vs. Linfield
Swimming at Pacific
Women's Basketball at Pacific
Men's Basketball at Pacific
Comings & Goings
: Grants and Award Specialist - Office for Faculty Research and Resources
: Maintenance Supervisor - Facilities Management
Bearcat Bulletin Submissions
Please provide content by 5 p.m. Thursday for inclusion in the next week's Bearcat Bulletin.
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