Walk in the woods
This week is a busy one, what with Halloween celebrations and all.
Be sure to make time for a walk, earn some of that candy and balance out your body!
Thursday, Oct. 30, our walk in the wood will take place on campus, using our trails. We’ll explore the woods, visit the grotto behind Clementwood, and enjoy an evening stroll.
Meet at Clementwood at 545. Wear boots or sneakers and warm clothes.
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College of St. Joseph presents CSJ Madness at 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014, in the CSJ Athletic Center.
This free event, open to the public, will feature CSJ women and men’s team scrimmages, a Rutland Bandit AAU exhibition game, and a must see halftime show featuring Ilze Luneau’s basketball dribbling exhibition.
Luneau has the distinction of being the first person (male or female) to dribble 6 basketballs using just her hands and she is the only person who can dribble 5 basketballs on an indo board.
Luneau has performed on many big stages, including halftime shows at college, NBA and WNBA games, The Final Four, and the NBA All-Star game. She has also appeared on ESPN, The Ellen Degeneres and Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
The event will be broadcast live from the CSJ gymnasium through Adirondack Sportsnet with host Dj Vince 1 from Boston.
The Blues at Tuttle Hall
Bluesman Guy Davis will take the stage at Tuttle Hall Theater at 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 2, for “Blues In Tuttle Hall.” The event is open to the public. General admission tickets are $15 each or $10 with a CSJ student ID. Tickets can be purchased at the door the night of the show. For more information, call 558-7587 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit http://www.csj.edu/bluesman-
Dr. Thomas to speak at College Connections series
College of St. Joseph Associate Professor Dr. Rebekah Thomas will lead a discussion about ecological footprints from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4 at the Energy Innovation Center.
The talk, Ecological Footprints: What Size do You Wear?, will offer a discussion on solutions each of us can apply to our own decision making about our energy consumption. It is part of the GMP College Connections lecture series.
An ecological footprint translates the effect of humans on the planet into the cumulative amount of land and water that is required to provide the raw materials consumed and to get rid of or recycle the garbage produced in return.
The discussion is free and open to the public. The Energy Innovation Center is located at 70 Merchants Row in Downtown Rutland.
Lunch menus are available at www.csj.edu/menu
Giorgetti Library News: Database Trials
Encyclopedia Britannica Online and Image Quest are now available on a one-month trial basis. Select the highlighted links for both databases, or go to the Giorgetti Library Google Site. If you have any access issues, you may use username and password “csjpreview”.
Extended Sunday Library Hours
Giorgetti Library Hours:
Mark your calendars We will begin extended library hours beginning Sunday, Nov. 16 to Sunday, Dec. 12. The hours will be from 1 to 9 p.m. Thanks to all who filled out the survey.
Job Shadowing Opportunities
Are you interested in learning about what careers are available in the power industry with firms like Green Mountain Power (GMP)? How would you like to spend a half-day shadowing one of their employees? As a student you would spend the time with one of their employees, experiencing what they do for work in a day. You would go in armed with questions to help you decide whether you would enjoy working in the power industry. GMP is looking to interest students of all majors in a possible career in their industry and firm. If you are interested please contact Russ Lennon in Career Services to learn more about how you can participate in this exceptional opportunity.
Please visit our job opportunity listings to view multiple pages of full and part time area job listings.
Russell Lennon, Director, MBA, email@example.com, Tel: 776-5295.