Warhawk Weekly 4–23: Vallely weighs options; Study abroad offers hands-on learning
Warhawk Weekly 4–23: Vallely weighs options; Study abroad offers hands-on learning
- Warhawk Spotlight: Vallely weighs options on stage, screen
- South Africa study abroad offers hands-on learning
- Summer payment plans open for May and Summer
- Student satisfaction survey
- Alumni Night at Shakespeare Festival
- Curtiss Course Critiques for spring semester
- Regional Summer Academy –– STEM for high schoolers
- Apply for Summer Graduation!
- 6th Annual ROTC Denim Day
- Tacos with Tutors
- Game Plan for Life
- Professors n Pajamas
- Campus Unity BBQ
- Environmental Justice: What Are We Leaving Our Children?
- AUM Chorus & AUMcappella Spring Concert
- Living My Best Life
- Crawfish Boil
Warhawk Spotlight: Vallely weighs options on stage, screen
Senior theatre and communication major Brittany Vallely has honed her acting talents through Theatre AUM and continues her career on stage immediately after graduation. However, an internship opportunity in broadcast journalism has presented her with additional options.
Learn more about Vallely’s opportunities in the AUM Pressroom.
South Africa study abroad offers hands-on learning
Biology major Mike Norris wanted a study abroad opportunity that would provide experiential learning in the field. From up-close encounters with elephants and snakes to experiences with indigenous people, Norris’ experience in South Africa has enabled Norris to “break away from a traditional classroom setting” while experiencing different cultures and developing new professional skillsets.
Learn more about his study abroad experiences in the AUM Pressroom.
Summer payment plans just in time for Maymester and Summer Semester
Registration is open for AUM’s summer courses, and payment plans make it easier to spread the cost. Payment plans make paying for classes easier by breaking the cost into smaller payments. Summer 2019 payment plan options are open now.
3-Month Plan: 1st installment is 35% of actual charges; plan enrollment is April 16–May 13.
2-Month Plan: 1st installment is 50% of actual charges; plan enrollment is May 14–June 3.
Haven’t started your summer registration yet? Log into MyAUM and search for summer courses. If you don’t see the course you want or need, let us know at www.aum.edu/WishList.
For more information, please visit www.aum.edu/PaymentPlans or call 334-244-3286.
Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Survey
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness is conducting a campus-wide survey. The Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Survey will be emailed to all students. The survey will be open from April 8 through May 14.
If you have any questions, please email John Glasscock or call 334-244-3919.
Alumni Night at Alabama Shakespeare Festival
Alumni Night at ASF will feature Steel Magnolias, a hilarious and heartwarming story of six Southern women who gather and gossip at the local beauty parlor. With wit, warmth, and intelligence, they rise to meet whatever challenges life sends their way.
The production will feature a live music pre-show performance.
Tickets for Alumni Association members are $15 and $30 for non-members. There is a limit of 2 tickets per order. Tickets can be purchased online. For more information, please email Serra Bilgili or call 334-244-3369.
Curtiss Course Critiques for spring semester
The Spring 2019 Curtiss Course Critiques for Second Half Term are open from April 8–23. The Full Term critiques will be open April 10–25.
Please keep on you AUM email for reminders!
Regional Summer Academy — STEM for high schoolers
The Greater Alabama Black Belt Regional Louis Stokes Alliance Minority STEM Summer Academy is an exciting 5-day overnight summer academy that helps rising 11th and 12th graders get ahead, experience, and learn STEM influenced English, Mathematics, and Physical Science. This academy is a great way to prepare for the ACT, as well as, get valuable time management, study skills, financial aid, and library resources.
There are only 20 slots available so apply today! The academy is free for qualifying students, with the exception of transportation to campus and home. Housing and all meals are included.
For more information and to apply for the academy, please visit www.aum.edu/regionalsummeracademy. If you have questions, please email Dr. Matt Ragland or call 334-244-3138.
Apply for Summer Graduation!
If you plan to graduate this summer, please apply online through the MyAUM portal until June 14.
If you have any questions, please email [email protected] or visit www.aum.edu/Graduation.
6th Annual ROTC Denim Day
Join Army ROTC in honoring Sexual Assault Awareness Month by wearing jeans to work and school.
In 1999, an Italian Supreme Court overturned a rape conviction because the victim wore tight jeans. The very next day, the women of the Italian parliament came to work wearing jeans in solidarity with the victim.
For the past five years, Army ROTC has helped promote the Denim Day campaign and bring awareness to sexual assault prevention. Let’s all show our support!
Wed., April 24 | 11 a.m. | Taylor Center 2nd floor, across from the Warhawk Shop
Tacos with Tutors
You’ve got exams, we’ve got answers! Join the Warhawk Academic Success Center and get comfortable with information you need to know and the comfort food of many… tacos!
Wed., April 24 | 11 a.m.–1 p.m. | Taylor Center 230 | www.aum.edu/tacos
Game Plan for Life
Let Counseling & Health Promotion Services help you map out your plan for what comes after college.
Wed., April 24 | 3:30 p.m. | Goodwyn Hall 116
Your mind has a big responsibility in your holistic health and well-being. Breaking down the processes of your mind and learning how you are the way you are helps you to take an active role in your well-being. Mindfulness teaches you how to increase your awareness of your mental processes and reduces the feeling of being overwhelmed by life.
Learn to live a mindful life by joining Counseling & Health Promotion Services on Wednesdays. Contact CHPS to learn more about this weekly event at [email protected] or 334-244-3469.
Wed., April 24 | 3:30 p.m. | Goodwyn Hall 110
Professors n Pajamas
This Housing and Residence Life tradition for getting you to your semester goal is back again! The semester is nearly over and finals are upon us. That means bottomless snacks, group and one-on-one study time, and lots of fun!
Wed., April 24 | 8 p.m. | Taylor Center 221–223
Campus Unity BBQ
Celebrate the diversity of AUM’s study body and the end of the academic year with the first Campus Unity BBQ hosted by AUM’s NAACP, Black Student Union, National Society of Leadership and Success, and the Association of Latino American Students! All students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend.
Thurs., April 25 | 4–7 p.m. | Residence halls’ grilling stations
AUM Lecture Series: “Environmental Justice: What Are We Leaving Our Children?”
The AUM Lecture Series will host Catherine Coleman Flowers for a discussion of public health and environmental justice issues facing economically disadvantaged, minority citizens in Alabama’s rural communities. Flowers’ lecture is entitled, “Environmental Justice: What Are We Leaving Our Children?”
Flowers has testified before the U.S. Congress and the United Nations about environmental justice. She is the founder of the Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise (ACRE).
There will be a meet-and-greet in the Goodwyn Hall lobby before the event. The event is free and open to the public and is co-sponsored by the Montgomery Chapter of the Sierra Club.
Thurs., April 25 | 7 p.m. | Goodwyn Hall 112
AUM Chorus & AUMcappella Spring Concert
The AUM Chorus and AUMcappella will be performing selections from “Five Hebrew Love Songs,” by Eric Whitacre. The event is free and open to the public!
Thurs., April 25 | 7 p.m. | Goodwyn Hall 109
Feeling a bit pinched by finals prep toward the tail end of the semester? Blow off some steam at the Crawfish Boil!
AUM Athletics, Student Involvement & Leadership, Student Affairs, and Orientation & Transitions are hosting the end-of-year celebration featuring great food, music and games. All you need is your appetite and AUM student ID.
Sat., April 27 | Noon | AUM Softball and Baseball fields
Living My Best Life
Life can become overwhelming. Our self-esteem, identity, and mental health all take a beating.
Join CHPS each Friday from 10–11:30 a.m. in the Perch to discuss and strengthen your self-esteem, self-confidence, identity development, and mindfulness.
Fri., April 26 | 10–11:30 a.m. | The Perch in The Landing