Need To Know: Upcoming Events – February 6


February 11: Sleep Hygiene: Getting the Rest You Crave
12:00 PM
Student Center, Room DA-2021, Health Sciences Campus
We all enjoy a good night’s rest. However, at this point in the semester a good night’s sleep is as elusive as the North American Sasquatch. The benefits of sleep will be highlighted and reviewed along with the secret to capturing the elusive ‘good night’s sleep’. Bring your lunch and come share in an interactive discussion facilitated by Dawn Jett, LCSW, student counselor, specializing in the needs of health science student.

February 12: Safe Sex Roulette
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
JSAC Breezeway, Summerville Campus
Come join GRU Student Health and enjoy free Valentine Treats and Games at our Safe Sex Roulette. The GRU Condom Fairy will be present.

February 13: Valentine’s Day Relationship Information
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
JSAC Breezeway, Summerville Campus
The Counseling Center is giving out free valentine’s day candy and handouts on relationships.

February 20: 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.

February 24: MLA Citation Workshop
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Reese Library, Room 304, Summerville Campus
Need help with MLA citations? Join Melissa Johnson, library instructor, for a crash course in MLA style.

February 25: Brown vs. Board of Education: A Panel on School Segregation and Integration
6:30 PM
JSAC Coffeehouse, Summerville Campus
A little over 60 years ago, the Supreme Court ruled that school segregation was illegal in the landmark case of Brown vs. Board of Education. Join us as we listen to the stories of African-Americans who experienced school segregation and those whose lives were transformed by school integration. A reception will follow the panel.

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