Spring break hours for campus services
There won’t be any classes next week as students head off to Spring Break destinations, but campus offices will be open. Here are some special Spring Break hours of operation for some campus services:
- Computer Labs The Taylor Center Lab and Help Desk will be open Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; all other labs will be closed during the break.
- Campus Dining The Roost will be open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- Library The Library will be open Monday – Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. The Library will be closed on March 8 and 9, and on March 15 and 16.
- Bookstore The Bookstore will be closed for Spring Break and will resume normal hours on March 17. If you need a replacement ID during the break, that service will be available at the Wellness Center for the usual $10 fee
- Mailroom The Mailroom will be open Monday through Friday from 8 to 5 p.m
- Learning Center/ISL Tutoring will not be available at the Learning Center and the Instructional Support Lab over the break, though the administrative office will be open. Tutoring services will resume after the break.
- Wellness Center The Wellness Center will be open its normal hours throughout Spring Break.
Study Abroad adds opportunities in China and Korea
Study Abroad is continuing its tour around the globe by adding two more destinations - China and Korea. Click the links below or visit http://www.aum.edu/helpful-links/international-community/study-abroad/aum-around-the-world/opportunities-abroad for more information and registration deadlines.
Learn more about the Korea trip on Study Abroad's Facebook page
Learn more about the Sri Lanka trip on Study Abroad's Facebook page
Learn more about the Mexico trip on Study Abroad's Facebook page
Learn more about the Northampton, England trip on Study Abroad's Facebook page
School of Liberal Arts hosting Lecture Series event in April
The School of Liberal Arts Lecture Series will present its second lecture of the spring in the South Room on the 10th floor of Young Tower. Additional spring talks may be announced at a later date.
Thursday, April 10, 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Jan Bulman - “Witnesses to Sorcery: Terror, Politics, and Magic in Fourteenth-Century Languedoc.”
The author of The Court Book of Mende and the Secular Lordship of the Bishop: Recollecting the Past in Thirteenth-Century Gévaudan, (U of Toronto P), Bulman is Associate Professor of history at AUM. Her lecture addresses the socio-political context of the practice and legal construction of ritual magic in fourteenth-century Languedoc, as well as how magical texts and knowledge were disseminated in Europe at the time. This research was recognized by a prestigious NEH Summer Stipend in 2013.
The School of Liberal Arts Lecture Series is intended to foster interdisciplinary conversation regarding the disciplines housed in the School of Liberal Arts. If you are interested in presenting a future installment of the Lecture Series, then submit a 500-word proposal to email@example.com. Queries are also welcome. Because the Series is intended to appeal to a general audience, avoid technical language in your proposal.