Campus Event Calendar

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Aug 29 to Dec 12
Fall Sunday Study Jams
Join the Academic Success & Tutoring Services team in the library and jam out on your studies....
4:00 pm
Aug 30 to Dec 13
Fall Monday Study Jams
Join the Academic Success & Tutoring Services team in the library and jam out on your studies....
2:00 pm
Aug 31 to Dec 07
Fall Tuesay Study Jams
Join the Academic Success & Tutoring Services team in the library and jam out on your studies....
7:00 pm
Sep 30 to Dec 09
Fall Thursday Study Jams
Join the Academic Success & Tutoring Services team in the library and jam out on your studies....
7:00 pm
Sep 03 to Dec 10
Fall Friday Study Jams
Join the Academic Success & Tutoring Services team in the library and jam out on your studies....
9:00 am
Oct 28 to Dec 16
Thornhill Gallery Presents: Freeze Frame, current works on paper by Liz Smith
Freeze Frame will be on display inside the Thornhill Gallery from Oct. 28 through Dec. 16, 2021. Hours are Monday – Thursday between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. “The work I make is a collection of visual information I encounter in my day-to-day life. I feel that there is beauty peeking through the piles along...
10:00 am
Nov 30
Initial Teacher Certification Information Session
Nov. 30 at 6 p.m. Avila University’s School of Education is hosting an information session for career changers looking to teach. Avila’s initial teacher certification program builds on your non-education bachelor’s degree so you can get into the classroom quicker. You’ll be in the classroom within a year! Find out more at the link....
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm / Virtual
Nov 30
School of Humanities Roundtable: What Responsibility do the Humanities Have Toward Indigenous Peoples?
Join the discussion on Nov. 30 between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. in Borserine 402. As Avila University develops a Land Recognition and Acknowledgement Statement to recognize those who originally inhabited the land Avila’s campus now houses, Humanities scholars question further our responsibility to indigenous peoples and what such a statement signifies. All are welcome...
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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