Robert Elfline, associate professor of music, will be performing the first of three "pseudoconcerts."
Robert Williams, history and secondary education major, will be leading a discussion based on work done for his Honors Capstone from 4:30-5:45.
A German conversation table will be available for speakers of all languages every Tuesday from 11:30-12:30.
Networking is one of the most important skills to learn when looking for new employment because 60-70 percent of jobs are filled through word of mouth. Career counselor Kevin Carton will explain the benefits, skills and tips of networking.
The Salon is a weekly gathering of students, faculty, staff, and administrators from across campus each Thursday in the Brew from 11:30am - 12:20pm. It is a time and place for discussion of interdisciplinary ideas and shared experiences; everyone is welcome to participate.