Warhawk Weekly 9–25: Anthony Hinton Meet and Greet; Day of Giving proposals
- Fire Alarm Testing on Campus
- Author Anthony Ray Hinton Meet and Greet, Conversation
- Faculty, Staff: Send Day of Giving proposals
- AUM students, Chancellor Stockton dial for dollars for United Way
- Hot Topics Café: Legalize It?
- Can You Hear Me Now?
- From Our Community to Yours: MANE therapy horse volunteer event
- 18th Annual Blue Jean Ball
- Showtime at the Apollo
- Campus Hearing Screenings
- Faculty/Staff vs. Student Softball Game
- Wellness Center Color Run
- GIS Day
Fire Alarm Testing on Campus
This Friday, Sept. 28, Johnson Controls will be testing the fire alarm systems in the Library Tower/Administration buildings, Taylor Center, and Technacenter between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.
The tests will include audio and visual warning devices, followed by an announcement over the Public Address System advising “Testing the Fire Alarm,” to avoid any preventable evacuations.
Author Anthony Ray Hinton Meet and Greet, Conversation
The AUM Office of Diversity & Inclusion is hosting a Meet the Author and Conversation with Anthony Ray Hinton.
Hinton is the author of New York Times bestseller The Sun Does Shine, which chronicles Hinton’s 1985 arrest and wrongful conviction of the murders of two fast food managers. In 2015, he was exonerated after spending 29 years on Alabama’s death row.
At the book club meeting, Hinton will share a vivid portrait of his journey to freedom, the legal system, and how his faith sustained him on death row.
Thu., Sep. 27 | 6–8 p.m. | Goodwyn Hall 109
Faculty, Staff: Send Day of Giving proposals
The third annual Day of Giving, which is a special 24-hour social media driven fundraising initiative, is set for Thursday, Feb. 14.
To prepare for Day of Giving, University Development is looking for AUMazing projects to highlight. AUM has many exciting programs, and we want to show the community how they can help us continue to provide our students and faculty with the resources they need to excel.
If you are interested in being a part of Day of Giving, please complete the project submission proposal form and send it to Marie Harrington. The deadline for submissions is close of business on Monday, Oct. 1. If your project is chosen, the project managers will be notified by Tuesday, Oct. 9.
If you have any other questions about Day of Giving, please email Marie Harrington or call 334-244-3596 or 334-399-4850.
AUM students, Chancellor Stockton dial for dollars for United Way
AUM students and Chancellor Carl A. Stockton worked the phone lines for the recent River Region United Way fundraising campaign. Dr. Stockton joined AUM students as they made calls to donors, stressing the importance of giving back to the community.
Hot Topics Café: Legalize It?
Housing and Residence Life’s hugely popular “Hot Topics Café” series is back and better than ever! They’re starting the year with “Legalize It?”
This conversation will concern things that are currently illegal and determine if students think they should stay that way. The conversation is bound to be hot so don’t miss it. Refreshments will be served.
Tue., Sep. 25 | 7 p.m. | The Landing in The Nest
Can You Hear Me Now?
Come and test your lip reading skills while playing “The Whisper Challenge,” as seen on Jimmy Fallon. Refreshments will be served.
Wed., Sep. 26 | Noon–1:30 p.m. | In front of the AUMazing Bean
From Our Community to Yours: MANE therapy horse volunteer event
With semester in full swing, Housing and Residence Life is ready to fall back into serving the community!
Are you passionate about animals, children, or veterans? Then, please join Housing at the Montgomery Area Nontraditional Equestrians (MANE), which is a charity in the River Region that uses horses to provide therapy and healing for people with physical and mental disabilities.
Make sure to wear closed-toe shoes and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. Arrive promptly at 10:15 a.m.; the bus will depart at 10:30 a.m.
Fri., Sep. 28 | 10:30 a.m. | Meet in The Nest
18th Annual Blue Jean Ball
Please join us for the Auburn University at Montgomery School of Nursing and Auburn School of Nursing’s 18th annual Blue Jean Ball to celebrate 40 years of Nursing.
Attire is casual with jeans or khakis and boots or casual shoes for men, and jeans, denim skirts, or casual dress and boots or sandals for women. School colors are always perfect!
Tickets are $150 for a single ticket and can be purchased online. The net proceeds will benefit Auburn University at Montgomery and Auburn to support program initiatives, faculty, and scholarships within the nursing departments.
For more information, please email Marie Harrington or call 334-244-3596.
Fri., Sep. 28 | 6–10 p.m. | Crooked Oaks Hunting Lodge in Notasulga
Showtime at the Apollo
Housing and Residence Life’s “Showtime at the Apollo” is back by popular demand! They’re committed to showcasing the talents of AUM students, whether that’s singing, rapping, dancing, juggling, or anything else at this hilarious night under the stars!
If you are interested in performing, please contact Nia Minor.
Mon., Oct. 1 | 7 p.m. | Commons Pedway
Campus Hearing Screenings
The AUM Speech and Hearing Clinic will be administering free hearing screenings to all AUM students, faculty and staff.
Tue., Oct. 2 | 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. | Taylor Center 221
Faculty/Staff vs. Student Softball Game
Come show off your softball skills and let’s see who will be the champions with bragging rights: faculty and staff or students?
Open to all AUM students, faculty and staff; food will be served. This event is part of the Warhawk/Workplace Challenge events and will be worth 25 points for those that participate.
Thu., Oct. 4 | 3:30–6 p.m. | Athletics Complex
Wellness Center Color Run
Come dressed to run and leave colored in COLORS!
This event is part of the Warhawk/Workplace Challenge events and will be worth 25 points for those that participate.
Thu., Oct. 18 | 3:30–6 p.m. | Wellness Center
Join the Department of Biology and Environmental Science as they co-host the 7th Annual GIS Day, “Navigating the GIS Minefield.” Whether you are a seasoned GIS professional or new to GIS, you will enjoy the matchless presentations covering a variety of topics and a lively roundtable discussion.
This opportunity for networking with other GIS professionals in segments of government, business, and industry is free and open to the public; however, seating is limited so registration is required.
Wed., Nov. 14 | 8 a.m.–4 p.m. | ALDOT Southeast Region Montgomery Office