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Need To Know: Upcoming Events – March 6

UPCOMING EVENTS

March 7: Christopher O’Riley with the GRU Orchestra and Women’s Choral Ensemble
7:30 PM
Maxwell Theatre, Summerville Campus
Christopher O’Riley, host of NPR’s From the Top, the most popular classical radio show ever, comes to the Maxwell Theatre stage March 7th. Although he is known to millions as a radio host, he is also a world renowned concert pianist, appearing with major orchestras including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and many more. O’Riley is not only at home with Classical music. With the triumphant release of “True Love Waits”, O’Riley’s re-imagining of works by Radiohead, he garnered critical accolades and international acclaim, including the only four-star review ever given by Rolling Stone to a classical pianist. A true cross-over artist, O’Riley has also arranged and performed pieces by R.E.M., Pink Floyd, Nirvana, and Elliott Smith.

His Georgia Regents University concert will feature crossover solo works from his CD “Out of My Hands”. He will perform Joni Mitchell pieces with the GRU Women’s Choral Ensemble. To conclude, he will be joined by the GRU Orchestra for the powerful Grieg Piano Concerto an audience favorite.

March 9 – 13: Marketing Major Week
Space is limited. RSVP for these events in CareerLink through the “events” tab.ย  Contact aswenson@gru.edu for more information.

Tuesday, March 10
Employer Panel: The Skills You Need to Get Noticed
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
JSAC Butler Room
Wednesday, March 10
Employer Panel: What Can I Do With a Major in Marketing?
3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Allgood Hall E151
Thursday, March 12
Workshop: Creating Your Digital Portfolio
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Allgood Hall N204
Open to COMM and MKTG majors
Friday, March 13
Employer Site Visits
10:00 AM at Ocozzio
2:00 PM at Wier/Stewart

March 10: What Happens to your Resume when you Click SUBMIT? Employers Tell All!
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
JSAC Coffeehouse, Summerville Campus
Today’s technology for job seekers to apply online can often seem like a black hole for your resume. How do you ensure your resume actually gets to the right place in cyberspace when you don’t know a person to talk to. Learn from a panel of Human Resource experts on the common pitfalls of job seekers applying online and how to ensure that YOU are not one of them.

March 11: How to Connect: Building a Healthy Support System
12:00 Noon
JSAC Butler Room, Summerville Campus
Do you feel uncomfortable or awkward in a group or when meeting new people? Do you want to strengthen current relationships or build new ones? Attend this seminar to learn ways to connect with others and build healthy relationships.

March 13: INQR 1000 Expo
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
JSAC Ballroom, Summerville Campus
Sponsored by FYE/SYE and CURS
Come see the INQR 1000 research projects! A wide range of disciplines will be represented. Free pizza!

March 27: CURS Brown Bag Seminar
1:00 PM
JSAC Ballroom, Summerville Campus
The Brown Bag Series was begun as a way for students to present original research or scholarship to the campus community. The talks are given by either individual or teams of students who have conducted an original study or produced original work using the methods of their discipline. The series is a way to showcase the quality and breadth of research at GRU. Free pizza!

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