Warhawk Weekly 2–6: Protect yourself against flu; ROTC offers bonus
- Do you know your Blood Type?
- Teach on the Collegiate Level
- Southern Studies Conference
- SPLC On Campus hosts diversity event
- Political Film Series features Marshall
- Monthly Community Service: The Montgomery Zoo
- Join Intramurals!
- #AUMDayofGiving is almost here!
- Faculty – AUM Athletics needs you!
- Business Breakfast series continues
- Grad students – Apply for scholarship today!
- AUM offers Diversity Opportunities
- “Extracted,” Annie B. Campbell Solo Exhibition
- Scaleback Alabama continues
HOME GAMES @ AUM
- Women’s Basketball vs. University of West Florida | Thu., Feb. 8 | 6 p.m.
- Men’s Basketball vs. University of West Florida | Thu., Feb. 8 | 8 p.m.
- Baseball vs. Tennessee Wesleyan University | Fri., Feb. 9 | 4 p.m.
- Softball vs. Clark Atlanta University | Sat., Feb. 10 | 11 a.m.
- Women’s Tennis vs. Clark Atlanta University | Sat., Feb. 10 | 12 p.m.
- Baseball vs. Tennessee Wesleyan University | Sat., Feb. 10 | 1 p.m.
- Women’s Basketball vs. Valdosta State University | Sat., Feb. 10 | 2 p.m.
- Men’s Basketball vs. Valdosta State University | Sat., Feb. 10 | 4 p.m.
- Softball vs. Spring Hill College | Sat., Feb. 10 | 4 p.m.
- Softball vs. Spring Hill College | Sun., Feb. 11 | 10 a.m.
- Softball vs. Columbus State University | Sun., Feb. 11 | 5:30 p.m.
yourself against flu season
ROTC offers bonus to college sophomoresA newly established $5 thousand bonus will be awarded to current college sophomores who can pass the challenge of attending cadet basic training and accept the mission to lead the finest soldiers in the world. “We’re looking for high quality college sophomores
to join ROTC and attend basic camp here at Fort Knox this summer,” said Major General Christopher P. Hughes, Commanding General, U.S. Army Cadet Command. He added, if they successfully complete basic camp, Cadet Command wants to contract them and pay
the $5 thousand signing bonus. Upon graduation, cadets who have successfully completed the military science requirements will receive a position as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army. The cadet may elect to be part of the Army, Army Reserve or Army
National Guard. Interested college sophomores should contact Joeseph Masarik in the AUM ROTC department at 334-244-3528. You can also visit the Army ROTC page onlineor
text “ROTCBONUS” to 462769.
Evans authors essaysDr. Bob Evans is the author of two newly published essays. “War and Peace: Its Reception in Nineteenth-Century America” and “Anna Karenina: Its Reception in Nineteenth-Century America” are both published in Tolstoy: Critical Insights, edited by Rachel
Stauffer and published by Salem Press.
Do you know your Blood Type?Discover how Medical Laboratory Scientists are able to identify your blood type using specialized anti-sera. Each
blood type has its own unique identifiers and are important for blood donation and transfusion purposes. Come get a free experience and learn what your blood type is today! The Medical Laboratory Science faculty will be analyzing blood samples and answering
any question that you may have.
Tue., Feb. 6 | 11 a.m.–1:30 p.m. | Goodwyn Hall LobbyTeach on the Collegiate LevelThe Master of Teaching Writing program is hosting a workshop for prospective college instructors. Elizabeth Kent of Auburn University of Montgomery and Anthony Sanders of Lurleen B. Wallace Community College will be interviewing each other about the differences
in two and four year institutions. They will address teaching responsibilities, curriculum and job market experiences. If you are interested in teaching on the college level, please join us! For more information, contact Dr. Shannon Howard.
Fri., Feb. 9 | 11 a.m. | Liberal Arts 144E
Southern Studies ConferenceJoin Auburn University at Montgomery’s Liberal Arts Conference for the 10th annual Southern Studies Conference.
Fri., Feb. 9
“The Sixties and the American South,” Keynote Speaker Frye Gaillard | 11:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m. | Goodwyn Hall 109
Artist Talk, Annie B. Campbell | 4:45–5:45 p.m. | Goodwyn Hall 109
Extracted Exhibition Reception | 5:45–6:45 p.m. | Goodwyn Gallery
Sat., Feb. 10
“The Alabama Homefront during the Great War,” Keynote Speaker Martin Oliff | 1:15–2:15 p.m. | Goodwyn Hall 109
SPLC On Campus hosts diversity event
AUM-SPLC on Campus Club and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion are collaborating on an exciting event to honor Black History and apply Martin Luther King Jr.’s
messages to contemporary salient minority issues. Khaula Hadeed is giving a talk on “Being Muslim in Alabama” that the entire AUM community is invited to attend. Hadeed is an AUM alumna and a graduate of Cumberland School of Law at Samford University.
Currently, she serves as the Director of CAIR-Alabama in Birmingham. CAIR (The Council of American-Islamic Relations) is a nonprofit grassroots civil rights and advocacy group striving to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue and build
coalitions that promote justice. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will also be served.
Mon., Feb. 12 | Noon–1 p.m. | Goodwyn Hall 112
Political Film Series features MarshallThe Political Film Series is back for another semester of exciting, educational films and intelligent discussion!
The legal thriller “Marshall” is set during the 1940s when a young NAACP attorney from New York City
and future Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall, is called to Bridgeport, Connecticut to defend a black man, Joseph Spell. A moving, sometimes funny, story filled with plenty of suspense about power, racial, religious and gender discrimination, “Marshall”
will be presented Tuesday, Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. in Goodwyn Hall 109. The film will be introduced by special guest, Circuit Clerk Tiffany B. McCord, in dedication to Black History Month.
The Political Film Series is sponsored by the Department of Political Science and Public Administration and is made possible thanks to a grant from the Ida Belle Young Special Projects Fund. All showings are free and open to the public; popcorn and soda are complimentary. For further information or to receive email updates, please contact. Dr. Pia Knigge at334-244-3834.
Monthly Community Service: The Montgomery Zoo
Housing and Residence Life believes in community service, and our community’s animal friends need help! Join Housing as they venture to the Montgomery Zoo to work and serve in a beloved landmark for the city. Please arrive at The Nest promptly by 9:30 a.m. to load the bus. Make sure to wear comfortable clothes with closed-toe shoes that you don’t mind
getting dirty! Lunch will be served to volunteers after the service.
Fri., Feb. 23 | 9:30 a.m. | The Nest
Join Intramurals!Interested in competing with your friends? Register and join your teams for intramurals! For more information visit the AUM IMLeagues homepage, or contact 334-315-3211.
Soccer Season | Jan. 21–Mar. 4
Water Polo Season | Jan. 29–Feb. 28
Pickleball Registration | Feb. 5–Feb. 22
Pickleball Season | Feb. 26–Mar. 29
Tennis Registration | Feb. 26–Mar. 19
Tennis Season | Mar. 20–Apr. 19
Softball Registration | Mar. 5–Mar. 22
Softball Season | Mar. 25–Apr. 29
Sand Volleyball Registration | Mar. 5–Mar. 26
Sand Volleyball Season | Mar. 27–Apr. 19
#AUMDayofGiving is almost hereAuburn University of Montgomery will host #AUMDayofGiving, as a special 24-hour fundraising initiative, on Feb. 14.
On this day, AUM will highlight many projects and programs from the colleges and departments seeking
private support. A social media based initiative, AUM has ambassadors from all areas of the campus that will be utilizing their personal social media accounts, as well as the official AUM Facebook pages, Twitter and Instagram accounts to promote the AUM
projects. Please like and share with others so that we can share the news about all the amazing programs and projects happing on our campus!
Faculty – AUM Athletics needs you!The AUM Department of Athletics and the Intercollegiate Athletics Committee have partnered to create the AUM
College Competition, a competition between campus colleges and departments to increase attendance of faculty and staff at home sporting events. Make sure to sign-in when you arrive at the games so that the points are counted for your respective college!
The women’s basketball games all begin at 6 p.m.with the men’s basketball team following at 8 p.m.for the following games:
- Thu., Feb. 22 | vs. University of West Georgia
Admission is free to all faculty and staff and children under 12. Family members of faculty and staff are $3.
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Business Breakfast series continuesOutReach at Auburn University at Montgomery’s Business Breakfast series begins Oct. 3. Each breakfast lecture is $30 for AUM students and employees or $35 for general admission. Tables of 8 can be reserved at a discounted rate for AUM departments. Registration is required.
Peggy Brockman, Author, inspirational speaker and business coach
Tue., Feb. 27 | 7:30–9 a.m. | The Marriott Legends at Capitol Hill
William Espey, Branding Visionary for Chipotle Mexican Grill
Tue., Mar. 20 | 7:30–9 a.m. | Wynlakes Golf & Country Club
Grad students – Apply for scholarships today!The Auburn University at Montgomery Alumni Association is now accepting applications for the 2018-19 Graduate Study Merit Scholarships through March 1. To be eligible for the scholarships, students must:
- Be fully admitted to an AUM graduate program
- Have completed at least 9 hours of graduate study
- Have a current GPA of 3.4 or higher
A completed application will include, among other things, two letters of support (preferably from AUM faculty or staff), a 250-word essay on career objectives and a current resume. Applicants will be notified of their award status by mail. Interested
students can email [email protected] for an application or print off an application to fill out.
AUM offers Diversity Opportunities
“Women in the Arts” art exhibition, curated by Dr. Laura Whatley | Fri., Mar. 2 | Contact the Department of Fine Arts for information
International Women’s Day luncheon | Thu., Mar. 8 | Contact the Office of International Student Involvement for information
Diversity Week | Mon.–Thu., Apr. 9–12
Holocaust Remembrance Day | Thu., Apr. 12
International Fest | Thu., Apr. 12 | Contact the Office of International Student Involvement for information
“Extracted,” Annie B. Campbell Solo Exhibition
Goodwyn Gallery and the Department of Fine Arts is pleased to present “Extracted,”a
solo exhibition of the work of Annie B. Campbell, which will be on view March 23. Campbell serves as an Assistant Professor of Fine Art at Auburn University and is the visiting artist
for Auburn University at Montgomery’s annual Southern Studies Conference. As a component of the Southern Studies Conference program, Campbell will give an Artist Talk
on Friday, February 9th at 4:45 pm in Goodwyn Hall 109, followed by a Gallery Reception at 5:45 pm.
Scaleback Alabama continuesMake 2018 the year of YOU! The Wellness Center will help you get started and keep you motivated through the 9 weeks of Scaleback Alabama. In order to participate you must:
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Live in Alabama or work for an Alabama-based company
- Be on a team of 2 individuals
- Register online or visit an official weigh-in site
The Wellness Center will be a private weigh-in site for AUM students and employees. Your team must weigh out
between Apr. 2–6 from 8 a.m.–5 p.m. in the AUM Wellness Center. You do not have to be a member of the Wellness Center to gain access to weigh-in; however, with a signed membership agreement and guess pass you will be allowed 9 weeks of
access as a non-AUM Wellness Center member employee. The Wellness Center is offering an AUMazing prize of its own…a one-year membership will be given to the team selected in a random drawing if both team members each lose 10
pounds. Your team may be composed of individuals outside of campus, but they will only be eligible for prizes awarded by Scaleback Alabama. Visit
Scaleback Alabama for further information and guidelines, and don’t forget to check out theAUM Wellness Center fitness schedulefor
classes to help you lose those 10 pounds!