Come By and Check Out the Graphic Designs of Lyn Brands Wallace
Artist of the Month in Stephens Gallery
HERE IN AMERICA
Walton Arts and Idea Series presents Robert Post: Here In
America at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 8, in the Seay Theatre.
Robert Post is part actor, comedian, dancer and juggler.
He is a one-man variety show. Post uses a little bit of comedy, theatre,
dialects, mimes and even spontaneous dialogue
to entertain his audience.
It is an original form of entertainment you don't want to miss.
Admission is $10 for the public and free to U of O students, faulty,
WOMEN IN SCIENCE
Smith-Broyles Science Center, Room 129, there will
be a chance to learn some interesting things about the world of science.
Dr. Tamera Jahnke, Professor of Chemistry at Southwest
Missouri State University will be giving a lecture entitled, “Women
in Science: From Laura Bassi to the Nobel Prize Winners.”
The lecture is free to everyone. For more information,
Sciences & Mathematics Division.
PIANIST TO PERFORM
Walton Arts and Ideas Series brings U of O another
very special guest. Pianist Teresa Walters will be playing at the University
on Thursday, Feb. 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the Seay Theatre.
Her program includes several sacred piano works composed
by the 19th Century piano virtuoso Franz Liszt, as well as his masterpiece
Sonata in B minor.
U of O is one of five Presbyterian Colleges in the
United States that have been honored by an anonymous benefactor who
provided the fee for this internationally acclaimed pianist.
Nobody should miss this spectacular event. We hope
that everyone attends.
The American Chemical Society (ACS) is offering a
scholarship for an African-American, Hispanic/Latino, or American Indian.
The applicant must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the U.S.
and a full-time student.
Also required is a financial need with high achievements
in chemistry or science. All applicants need to be a high school senior,
college freshman, sophomore, or junior intending to or already majoring
in chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering or a chemically-related
science and planning a career in the chemical sciences or chemical technology.
For applications check out the web at http://www.acs.org/minorityaffairs/
or see the Financial Aid Office. Deadline is Feb. 15.
ZEN BUDDHIST MASTER
BANK OF AMERICA
There will be a Religion Field Trip to Hendrix College
in Conway on Thursday, Feb. 10, to hear Zen Buddhist Master Keido Fukushima.
Everyone should meet at the Walton Drive-Thru at
5:15 p.m. for departure at 5:30 p.m. The group will return from the
lecture to U of O about 10:15 p.m.
A convocation is available. For more information,
and to reserve a place in the van, please see Rev. Bill Woodard or Dr.
Students who have a documented disability may be
eligible for the Bank of America Scholarship. Students must be majoring
in Finance or Business and have a 3.0 GPA. If interested please contact
Financial Aid for more information. The deadline is Feb. 15..
SINGLE PARENT SCHOLARSHIP
The Johnson County Single Parent Scholarship Fund
Provides assistance up to $500 per semester to those single parents who
are pursuing a course of instruction which will improve their income-earning
Parents selected must be a resident of Johnson County,
a single parent with custody of children under 18 years, an undergraduate
student either part-time or full-time, low income and a recipient of the
Pell Grant. Application deadline is March 1.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid form
is used to determine how much your family can afford to pay toward college
based on household income and other factors.
A new FAFSA must be filed each year that you wish to
be considered for financial aid. Priority deadline for optimal financial
aid packages is February 15th.
Women who have completed at least one semester of
college work, at least five years prior to September 2000, may compete
for a scholarship ranging from $1,000-$10,000 from Talbots. Application
deadline is March 6th. More information may be obtained in the
Financial Aid Office
MAKE YOUR DOG A STAR
Your dog can be a star! The University Theatre needs photos
of dogs and/or dogs and their humans.
The photos will be returned and unharmed. Get your pictures
to Dr. Pat Farmer or Professor Bruce Brown before Feb. 11 and see your
dog become a star in the production of Sylvia!