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• Dress Down Day to Benefit Carroll County Relay For Life Date Change
• Nominations for 30 Under 30
• Dr. Joan Hermsen: Women, Work, and Family
• BCM Dinner Theater
• West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail Conference
• Save the Date - Women Empowering Women
• Purchasing 101 Rescheduled
• Excel 2010 Advanced Training
The University will be hosting four dress down days:
- Tuesday, March 3 (new date)
- Wednesday, March 11
- Thursday, March 26
- Friday, April 17
If you have ordered shirts, you will be getting them by Monday. If you still would like to order a shirt or donate a $1 to get a dress down day sticker please feel free to contact Alex Young or Vicki Rogers.
• Nominations are now being accepted for the 30 Under 30 Class of 2015! 30 Under 30 is an annual recognition program sponsored by the UWG Alumni Association. The program recognizes 30 alumni under the age of 30 that have made a significant impact in their career industry while exhibiting dedication to UWG and representing the university well.
Nominations will close on May 15. To see the full list of requirements and criteria, view past honorees, and to submit a nomination, visit the 30 Under 30 website.
Dr. Joan Hermsen is chair of the women's and gender studies department and associate professor in sociology at the University of Missouri. Her research focuses on gender inequality in the labor market, including topics such as the gender wage gap, occupational gender segregation, and the glass ceiling.
This event is sponsored by the Women's Studies Program, the Department of Sociology, the College of Social Sciences, and the Center for Diversity and Inclusion. For more information, contact Dr. Jennifer Beggs Weber.
• BCM Dinner Theater: The Baptist Collegiate Ministries Presents a dinner theater, The 39 Steps, Friday and Saturday March 6 -7 at 7 p.m. Where: 201 W. Georgia Dr, Carrollton, across from the Quad. Cost: $10. To make a reservation call 770-834-7588 or email email@example.com.
Our theme focuses on using the arts to tell our textile stories. The conference program includes ideas for how to use theater, music, and the visual arts in your community as well as collaborating with local arts agencies and organizations.
The conference will also provide sessions on fundraising, historic preservation, and developing heritage tourism products led by industry professionals and opportunities to network with experts and other communities along the Trail as well.
In addition, conference attendees will have several opportunities to explore Dalton’s rich textile heritage. Please see the attached brochure for details.
For more information, please contact the Center for Public History at (678) 839-6141 or email the Textile Trail.
• Save the Date - Women Empowering Women: After a SOLD OUT event last year, we are happy to announce Women Empowering Women- Taboo Topics for Women in Business will be held on September 11, 2015. Registration will open up approximately three weeks before the event.
• Purchasing 101 training will be held on March 5 at 2 p.m. in Row Hall 319. This training is designed to instruct participants on the various procurement methods, steps to completing an Informal Request for Quote, and a discussion on the documentation required by purchasing when submitting requisitions. Visit the University Meetings and Trainings tab on the events calendar to register.
• Excel 2010 Advanced course on Friday, March 6 in Newnan. 8:30 a.m.–3:30p.m. $99. Register online or call 678-839-6611.