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Warhawk Weekly 3–20: Family Campaign begins; “Extracted” closes

NEWS

EVENTS

REMINDERS

HOME GAMES @ AUM

  • Softball vs. Huntingdon College | Tue., Mar. 20 | 4 p.m.
  • Baseball vs. University of North Alabama | Tue., Mar. 20 | 5 p.m.
  • Softball vs. Huntingdon College | Tue., Mar. 20 | 6 p.m.
  • Men’s Tennis vs. Delta State University | Fri., Mar. 23 | 1 p.m.
  • Women’s Tennis vs. Delta State University | Fri., Mar. 23 | 1 p.m.

NEWS

Family Campaign begins todayIt’s time for the 2018 Auburn University at Montgomery Family Campaign, the university’s internal fundraising drive, and we need your participation to reach our goal! The AUM family truly consists
of AUMazing People. Together we can create AUMazing Possibilities for our students and our campus.

family.jpgThis year’s campaign co-chairs are Megan Hughes, Senior Manager for Marketing
and Communications in the College of Business, and Tim Lutz, Assistant Athletic Director for External Relations. Starting today, watch your inbox for your weekly Famous Families trivia questions!  Be
the first to correctly answer the question and win a prize. You can also access the online and payroll deduction links as well as a detailed list of many of the giving opportunities available online. If you have
questions not covered by the materials provided, please email Marie Harrington or call 334-244-3596. Remember, your gift is significant –– no matter the size!
“Extracted,” Annie B. Campbell solo exhibition closes this weekGoodwyn 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 through March 23. Campbell serves as an Assistant Professor of Fine Art at Auburn University.
Interested in becoming a UNIV teacher?Are you an AUM faculty or staff member interested in teaching first-year students and helping them succeed at AUM? UNIV is a commitment to AUM’s mission to exemplify excellence
through education, as well as the institution’s emphasis on increasing retention, persistence, and graduation rates. UNIV provides opportunities for students to successfully transition into college, both academically and personally. We designed UNIV to
help students foster a connection of belonging at AUM and provide the skills needed to engage with their classes in a way that promotes academic advancement and persistence through graduation. Specifically, the course orients students to AUM’s academic
expectations; introduces them to AUM services in place to support their academic success; guides them through professional, academic, and personal goal-setting processes; and provides a peer cohort with whom they experience their first semester. In addition
to providing professional development, resources, supplies, and support, we create the course syllabus and build the course in Blackboard for you. UNIV instructor applications for the 2018-19 academic year will be accepted through March 23, 2018and open to current AUM faculty and staff. For an application packet or more information, please email UNIV Program Manager Amy Ingram or call 334-244-3153.
Undergrad research abstract submissions due this weekThe AUM College of Arts & Sciences will host its annual undergraduate research symposium on Fri., Apr. 13, in the lobby of Goodwyn Hall.
All undergraduates currently or previously taking part in research projects at AUM are eligible to present. Graduate student participation is limited to groups in which the graduate student directly mentored one or more undergraduates. Abstracts should
be electronically submitted to John Hutchison with a CC to Shannon Howard no later than March 23 using the available submission form.
The email abstract submission should have a subject line containing: “2018 UGR Symposium Abstract Submission.” Please submit only one abstract per email. If your abstract requires formatting not supported by the PDF form then you are welcome to attach
a Word document with the abstract formatting exactly as you would want it to be displayed in the program. For more information, including presentation criteria and awards, visit the College of Arts and Sciences research symposium homepage.

Submit abstract by March 23, 2018.
Technology Survey for studentsThe ECAR Technology Survey explores how students view and use technology. Participation in the survey will help AUM understand how to improve the support we provide out students.
The anonymous survey will be open from Mar. 26 through Apr. 7. A survey link will be emailed to all undergraduate students on Mar. 26.
Keep up with class updates!Check out the Academic Calendar to make sure you are up to date with any campus-wide class updates!

Last Day to Drop | Wed., Mar. 21
Graduation Worksheets Due | Fri., Apr. 6
Classes End | Tue., Apr. 24
Study/Weather Make-up Day | Wed., Apr. 25
Finals | Apr. 26, 30, May 1, 2
Student Housing Move-Out | Thu., May 3
Grades for Graduating Seniors due by Noon | Thu., May 3
Spring Graduation | Sat., May 5
All Other Grades due by Noon | Mon., May 7

EVENTS

Green Fest with HousingSpring has finally sprung and with it comes Housing and Residence Life’s annual Kill-a-Watt Challenge! Every year, Housing and Residence Life encourages residents to embrace the newly
warm weather to do something good for the planet, and this year is no exception! Turn off your lights, unplug your electronics and step out into Green Fest. There will be lots of eco-friendly activities and games as well as lots of tasty food!

Tue., Mar. 20 | 11 a.m.–2 p.m. | AUM Housing Pedway
Hap Arnold LectureThe Hap Arnold Lecture Program is an annual event jointly sponsored by the Air War College at Maxwell Air Force Base and Auburn University at Montgomery. The theme for this year’s panel is
Leading and Serving in Changing Times. Four Air War College students will share their personal and professional stories with the audience and answer questions in an open forum. The lecture is free to attend, but registration is required. You can register through AUM Outreachor by calling 334-244-3804.

Tue., Mar. 20 | 5:30 p.m. | Taylor Center 222, social mixer in Taylor Center 230
htc_me.jpg Topics Cafe: #MeTooMarch is Women’s History Month, and right now,
Hollywood women have risen to the forefront of the movement confronting sexual harassment. Is this response a natural pushback in women’s struggles to be defined by their work, or have things gone too far? Join us for an open and honest conversation about
what it means to be female (or male) in America today.

Wed., Mar. 21 | 7 p.m. | The Landing
roadshow logo_0.jpgCareer RoadshowThe Career Development Center’s
Career Roadshow is making its second stop this semester! Career specialists will be available on-demand to assist with all career development services, including career advising and planning, job/internship search assistance, resume/cover letter writing,
interview preparation and more. Students in attendance can register to win prizes provided by local employer partners.

Wed., Mar. 21 | 10 a.m.–2 p.m. | 1st floor, Library Tower
Career Boot CampBootCamp_logo_BW_Orange172_0.jpgThe Career
Development Center in partnership with the College of Business and the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership is presenting a half-day “boot camp” session to give Warhawks transitioning from college to the professional workplace the opportunity
to participate in career management workshops covering a variety of topics, including professionalism, networking, job search strategies, resume/CV/cover letter writing, interview preparation and performance, and more. Students will also have the opportunity
to meet employer representatives during a networking lunch. Students need to check-in at the registration table in Goodwyn Hall lobby starting at 8:30 a.m. Business casual dress, and Warhawk IDs are required for attendance. Please register
for the boot camp through Warhawk Careers on MyAUM.

Fri., Mar. 23 | 8:30 a.m.–2 p.m. | Goodwyn Hall
How-to Workshop: GrantsLooking for grants for your nonprofit organization, professional activities or research? Foundation Directory Online Professional has a brand new interface, and the AUM Library is holding
a free class to show you how to use it to identify grant prospects from over 140,000 non-governmental and federal grant makers. Use FDO Professional to learn about funders’ priorities, giving programs, recently awarded grants and recipients. All are welcome;
however, space is limited so please register in advance. For more information, please email Amanda Scott or call 334-244-3684.

Wed., Apr. 4 | 11 a.m.–Noon | Library Tower, 2nd floor Computer Lab
Turn a working lunch into a walking lunchJoin the AUM Health Promotion Committee for a 30-minute walk during lunch and take the first steps towards a healthier lifestyle. It can be hard to find time in your
busy schedule to participate in physical activity. However, taking a walk is one of the easiest and effective forms of exercise. The National Walk @ Lunch Day is open to students, faculty, staff and the community. Registration is available through Alabama Blue.
For more details about the walking lunch, please email Hillary Kervin Porter. Remember to bring your walking shoes and meet us to begin a new, healthy part of your day!

Thu., Apr. 12 | 11 a.m.–1 p.m. | Quad, walking trails

REMINDERS

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.

Pickleball Season | Feb. 26–Mar. 29

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
Mock Interview WorkshopsISPI Approved_Design1 (2) (1)_0.pngThe Career Development Center is hosting two days of mock interview workshops, designed to put students in an interview setting, receiving constructive feedback from employment experts on how to improve their interviewing skills. Students who register
through Warhawk Careers on MyAUM will receive a 30-minute interview session time and must check-in 15 minutes prior to their session. The International
Student Professional Initiative (ISPI) will host the first day of interviews–specifically designed for international students and conducted by interviewers skilled in recruiting international students. The second day is open to all students.

Tue., Mar. 27 | 10 a.m.–2 p.m. | 10th floor, Library Tower
Wed., Mar. 28 | 10 a.m.–2 p.m. | 10th floor, Library Tower

5th Annual Robert & Jean Adams Clinical Laboratory Sciences Symposiumsymposium_1.jpg

Fri., Mar. 30 | Taylor Center 221–223 | RSVP by March 26 to Kyle Lesinger
at 334-244-3790
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

Scale Back Alabama.jpgThe 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 the AUM Wellness Center fitness schedule for
classes to help you lose those 10 pounds!
Annual All Majors Career ExpoThe annual All Majors Career Expo is back! Meet with recruiters from corporate, non-profit, and government organizations to discuss a broad range of full-time and internship job
opportunities. This expo is exclusively for AUM students and alumni. Professional dress and Warhawk IDs are required for attendance. Registration is not required. Please bring updated copies of your resume. If you need to schedule a career advising appointment
prior to the expo, visit AdvisorTrac on MyAUM.

Wed., Apr. 4 | 10 a.m.–1 p.m. | Taylor Center 221–223
OJS applications now openMembers of the Orange Jacket Society serve as the official ambassadors of AUM. OJS Members welcome and oversee AUM’s most prestigious events such as graduation, welcoming Chancellor’s
guests to various events and working in the community with AUM Outreach. Selection to the Orange Jacket Society is highly competitive. OJS applicants must be juniors, seniors, or graduate students, and they must have proven passion for AUM. The application
period to become a member of the OJS is open now. Interviews will take place April 5–7 and new members are inducted in May. If you would like to apply for the 2018-19 team, please fill out the available online application.
For more information, please email Carley Scanlan or call 334-244-3158.
LinkedIn 101linkedin logo_0.pngAre you LinkedIn? What’s it all about?
Find you at the LinkedIn 101 Workshop, hosted by the Career Development Center. LinkedIn 101 will guide beginners through the process of developing a LinkedIn profile and discover strategies for networking and professional development through the platform.
Seating is limited. Student, please register through Warhawk Careers on MyAUM. Seating for faculty or staff may be available; please email Brad Robbinsfor more information.

Thu., Apr. 12 | 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. | Clement Hall 110
2018 Eisenhower National Security SeriesFuture Wars, Preparedness and Military Welfare will be at the forefront of the discussion panels during the 2018 Eisenhower National Security Series: College Program,
which is presented by participants of the U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, Pa. The Eisenhower Series College Program is an academic outreach program established by the Department of the Army to encourage dialogue on national security and other
public policy issues between personnel and students of the U. S. Army War College and the civilian public, with emphasis on students and faculty at academic institutions throughout the United States.

5–6:15 p.m., Taylor Center 222 Meet with MPA/MPS Graduate Students

6:30–9:15 p.m., Taylor Center 230

  • Opening remarks with Dr. Keivan Deravi, Dean of the College of Public Policy & Justice
  • Panel presentations with Lt. Col. Jonathan Shine on Nuclear Deterrence, Lt. Col. Ryan Montanez on Post Traumatic Stress within Special Operations, and Col. Mark McPherson on Why Do Medical Care for the Enemy?
  • Q&A session following panels monitored by Col. Daniel J. Cormier, Ph. D, Professor in the Department of National Security and Strategy with the U.S. Army War College]

9:15 p.m., Taylor Center 230 Closing remarks with Dr. Andrew Cortell, Department Head of Political Science & Public Administration For more information, please email Dr. Kalu N. Kalu or call 334-244-3695,
or email Shannon Richardson or call 334-244-3698.

Thu., Apr. 12 | 5–9:30 p.m. | Taylor Center 222, 230 | Refreshments will be served
Montgomery County apprenticeshipsThe Montgomery County Commission is calling on all Montgomery County students, ages 16–22, to take part in the 2018 Student Apprenticeship Program. The program
lasts eight weeks, beginning Mon., Jun. 4 and ending Fri., Jul. 27. All eligible students are welcome to apply. The application and a letter of recommendation from a school guidance counselor or a Montgomery County Commissioner must be submitted by Fri., Apr. 20at 5 p.m. FAQs and more information on the apprenticeship is available at www.mc-ala.org. Internships are also offered, but requirements and eligibility are different from the apprenticeships. For more
information on an internship, please contact the Montgomery City-County Personnel Office at 334-625-2675.

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