Selected works from the Richard E. and Dorothy
Rawlings Nelson Collection of American Indian Art are on display and will
be rotated every four months.
“Natural World Observed 2009, National Academy
of Plein Air Painters,” will be shown from Sept. 29 - Dec. 20.
“Art for Hire: Prints from the Minnesota
WPA,” lithographs by Minnesota artists employed by the Works Progress
Administration, 1933-43, will be shown through Jan. 3.
A UMD faculty exhibition will be shown through
Jan. 10. It features work by Alison Aune, Steve Bardolph, David Bowen,
Gloria DeFilipps Brush, Marian Colman, Jen Dietrich, Jennifer Gordon,
Elizabeth James, Holly Anderson Jorde, James Klueg, Janice Kmetz, Vicky
Lehman, Ryuta Nakajima, Robert Repenski, Eun-Kyung Suh, and Rob Wittig.
The reception is from 2 - 4 pm on Sunday, Oct. 18.
The works of modernist Guatemalan photographer
Luis Gonzales Palma will be shown from through Jan. 17.
"Andy Warhol: Pop and Polaroid,” a select
set of Warhol Polaroids and black and white prints, will be shown through
The exhibition, “A Flow of Ideas: Selections
from the Permanent Collection,” includes 70 artworks that demonstrate
how related works of art, when viewed together, may best reveal common
themes. It will be shown through July 11.
Truman Lowe, sculptor, will give a presentation as part of the Artists
Lecture Series at 6 pm on Monday, Oct. 19.
Discovery at Tweed continues through December 1
every Tuesday from noon – 3 pm where the public is invited to
observe Tweed Museum staff and UMD student interns as they conduct an
extensive inventory and assessment of the museum’s collection, including
notes on the condition and the history of each object.
Story Time at Tweed is held every Thursday at 10 am for children ages
three to five.
Senior student shows will be featured throughout
the year, including: September 22 - 27: Jennie Lennick; September 29 - October 4: Becca Bear and Lucy Voller; October 6 - 11: Carl Salmela and
Morgan Pease; October 13 - 18: Lori Buoen; October 20 - 25: Jaclyn Halla;
October 27 - November 1: Sarah Lamb and Suzanne Wyss; November 3 - 8: Zach
Chase and Kevin Kramer; November 10 - 15: Naomi Asselin and Kyle Benson;
November 17 - 22: Kimberly Reed; December 1 - 6: Jill Barle; and December
8 - 13: Sasha Kolosnjaj.
For Tweed Museum information go to http://www.d.umn.edu/tma,
contact email@example.com, or call 726-8222.
All events will be held in Weber Music Hall unless
The 8th Annual Weber Concert featuring Richard
Stoltzman, clarinet, the UMD Symphony Orchestra, and the UMD Jazz Ensemble I, will be held at 7:30 pm
on Thurs., Oct. 8.
Clarinetist Richard Stoltzman with the American
String Quartet will perform as part of UMD's Ovation Guest Artist Series
at 7:30 pm on Fri., Oct. 9.
A Faculty Artist Recital featuring Justin Henry
Rubin, organ, will be held at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church (219 N. 6th Ave.
E.) at 7 pm on Sun., Oct. 11.
A Faculty Artist Recital featuring UMD's Faculty
Woodwind Quintet will be held at 7:30 pm on Oct. 12.
A Faculty Artist Recital: Special Homecoming Concert
will be held at 7:30 pm on Thurs., Oct. 15.
A Faculty Artist Recital featuring Regina Zona,
soprano, will be held at 3 pm on Sun., Oct. 18.
A Faculty Artist Recital: Music for Piano and Percussion
featuring Jeanne Doty, piano, and Gene Koshinski, percussion, will be
held at 7:30 pm on Wed., Oct. 21.
The Chorale Ensembles: the Concert Chorale, University
Singers, and the Chamber Singers, will perform at 3 pm on Sun., Oct. 25.
A Senior High Honor Choir will perform at 4 pm
on Mon., Oct. 26 and a Senior High Honor Orchestra will be held at 4 pm
on Fri., Oct. 30.
For more information about music events, call 726-8561.
Sugar, a musical
farce, will open Oct. 22 and run through Oct 31
on the Mainstage Theatre of the Marshall Performing Arts Center. This
musical version of the screen classic Some Like It Hot is directed
by Kate Ufema. Gangster chases, train rides, boat rides, cross-dressing,
confused proposals, millionaires, and starving musicians take the audience
from Chicago to Miami. For info, call the UMD Box Office at 726-8561 or
The UMD Fooball team team will play Minnesota State-Moorhead at 1 pm
on Oct. 3, St. Cloud State at 1 pm on Oct. 17, and Minnesota Crookston
at 1 pm on Oct. 31. All games will be played in Malosky Stadium.
The UMD Men's and Women's Cross Country team will compete in the UMD Pine
Hall Invitational in Carlton on Oct. 10 at 10 am and 10:45 am, respectively.
The UMD Volleyball team will play Wayne State at 7 pm on Oct. 2, Augustana
at 4 pm on Oct. 3, Bemidji State at 7 pm on Oct. 6, U. of Mary at
7 pm on Oct. 16, and Northern State at 4 pm on Oct. 17. The games
will beheld in the Romano Gym.
The UMD Soccer Team will play Concordia-St. Paul at 1 pm on Oct. 10,
St. Cloud State at 1 pm on Oct. 11, and Wayne State at 6 pm on Oct.
30. All games are played in the Malosky Stadium.
The UMD Men's Hockey team will play British Columbia (Exhib.) at 7:07
pm on Oct. 3, Lake Superior State at 7:07 pm on Oct. 9, Northern Michigan
at 7:07 pm on Oct. 11, Minnesota State-Mankato at 7:07 pm on Oct.16,
Minnesota State-Mankato at 7:07 pm on Oct. 17, Clarkson at 7:07 pm
on Oct. 30, and Clarkson at 7:07 pm on Oct. 31. All games will be played
at the DECC.
The UMD Women's Hockey team will play Robert Morris at 6:07 pm on Oct.
2, Robert Morris at 3:07 pm on Oct. 3, St. Cloud State at 6:07 pm
on Oct. 10, St. Cloud State at 3:07 pm on Oct. 11, North Dakota at 7:07
pm on Oct. 23, and North Dakota at 7:07 pm on Oct. 24. All games will
be played at the DECC.
The UMD Softball team will play University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire at
3 pm on Oct. 3, University of Wisconsin-Stout at 5 pm on Oct. 3, St.
Scholastica at 10 am on Oct. 4, Concordia St. Paul at 12 pm on Oct.
4, and Finlandia University at 2 pm on Oct. 4.
For more information, contact the UMD Athletic Office at 726-7518 or see
The Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium holds free public shows at the planetarium
every Wednesday evening at 7 pm. Private shows are available by appointment
for groups of 10 or more. See list of shows at http://www.d.umn.edu/planet/programs.
The UMD Office of Civic Engagement is presenting information by over 30
community sites at the volunteer fair. The volunteer fair is on Sept.
23 from 9 am - 2 pm in the Kirby Ballroom. Opportunities to volunteer
include the areas of education, environment, social justice, animal welfare,
healthcare, and art and culture. For more information, please contact Dylan Savall at 726-8645 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
PSYCH DISABILITIES LECTURE
Access for All is sponsoring a “Closer Look” presentation
and discussion on psychological disabilities on Wed., Sept. 23, at 3:30
pm, in KSC 268. Michelle Stronach from UMD Health Services will share
her knowledge and experience on this topic. This is the first in a series
of presentations and discussions about disabilities. For info contact
email@example.com or call 726-8727.
ETHICS AND PUBLIC POLICY: RACISM
“The Post Racial Ideal” will be presented by visiting Philosophy
Department lecturer Ron Sundstrom (B.A. from UMD, currently at the University
of San Francisco). It will be held in the Fourth Floor Library Rotunda
from 4 - 5:30 pm on Wed. Sept. 23. This lecture demonstrates how rhetoric
around the post racial ideal interacts with arguments for and against
colorblindness (race and ethnicity neutrality) in law and public policy.
Sundstrom will also present “Mixed Race and
the Ethics of Identity” from 7 - 9 pm on Tues., Sept. 29 in Montague
70, and a Philosophy Dept. Colloquium entitlied “Xenophobia and
Racism” from 4 - 6 pm on Mon., Oct. 5, in ABAH 225. For more information
on these events contact Jason Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GAYS AND THE HOLOCAUST
The UMD Queer and Allied Students Union presents Rick Landman, author
of the forthcoming Ich bin Ein New Yorker who will speak on “Gay,
Jewish, German and Proud: Insights from a Gay Activist Son of Holocaust
Survivors” at 6 pm on Thurs., Oct. 22, in the Kirby Ballroom.
For information contact 726-7300, email@example.com
or see http://www.d.umn.edu/mlrc/glbt.
ALWORTH INSTITUTE EVENTS LECTURES
Erik R. Peterson, senior vice president of the
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, D.C.
and director of CSIS’ Global Strategy Institute will present “The
World to 2025” at 7 pm on Wed., Sept. 23 in Bohannon Hall 90.
Peterson will analyze the seven most important trends that are shaping
the world: resource management and environmental stewardship; technological
innovation and diffusion; the development and dissemination of information
and knowledge; economic integration; the nature of conflict; and the challenge
of governance. Peterson will also present an Alworth Institute International
Brown Bag Luncheon titled “Global Water Futures” at noon on
Sept. 24 in the Rafters of the Kirby Student Center.
“A Return to Global Growth, Rebalancing Still
Ahead” will be presented by Keith B. Hembre, Chief Economist &
Chief Investment Strategist for US Bank. He will discuss the recent global
financial crisis and the potential for recovery. This lecture will take
place on Wed., Oct. 7 at 7 pm in the UMD Library Fourth Floor Rotunda.
Alworth Institute International Reading Group will hold its first 2009-2010
meeting on Tues., Sept. 29 at 7 pm in the UMD Library Fourth Floor Rotunda.
The group will discuss The Geography of Bliss: One Grump’s Search
for the Happiest Places in the World by Eric Weiner.
BROWN BAG LUNCHES
“Canada and the U.S.: Partners in Recovery” will be presented
by General Martin Loken, Minneapolis-based Canadian Consul, at noon on
Thurs., Oct. 1 in the UMD Library Fourth Floor Rotunda.
“Backpacking through the Scottish Highlands:
A Cultural Experience” will be presented by Shawn Grund, Senior
in UMD’s Communication Department, at noon on Thurs., Oct. 8 in
the UMD Library Fourth Floor Rotunda.
For info contact 726-7493,
firstname.lastname@example.org or see www.alworth.org.
STUDENT LEARNING MINI-CONFERENCE
There will be a UMD Student Learning and Assessment mini-conference on
Wed., Sept. 23 on the third floor of the Kirby Student Center. There will
be presentations, discussions, best practices, updates on UMD’s
campus plan for the assessment of student learning and an overview of
assessment forms, tools and data. The program is available online at http://www.d.umn.edu/vcaa/assessment/documents/Mini-conferenceupdated.pdf.
STUDY ABROAD WORKSHOPS
Learn about global opportunities at the UMD Study Abroad Fair from 9 am - 3 pm on Thurs., Sept. 24 in the Kirby Ballroom.
A Study Abroad 101 Session, where students can
learn the basics about global opportunities at UMD, will be held at 5
pm on Sept. 24 in LSBE 165.
A Study Abroad 101 Session will also be held at
3 pm on Thurs., Oct. 1 in Kirby 333.
See more information about programs and events
at http://www.d.umn.edu/ieo or stop in
138 Kirby Plaza.
The Department of Biology and host John Dahl present Mary Miller, associate
professor from Rhodes College, speaking on ”Localization driven
G1 cyclin activity in the budding yeast/ S. cerevisiae," on Sept.
25 at 3:15 pm in 185 Life Science; refreshments will be served at 3
pm For special accommodations, or to visit with this seminar speaker, please
contact the biology office at 726-6262.
EDDY LECTURE: INCLUSIVE ED
Stephen Calculator, professor in the Department of Communication Sciences
and Disorders at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, will present
the keynote address, "AAC & Inclusive Education for Students
with Severe Disabilities" at the Eddy Lecture at 8 am on Sept.
26 in Bohannon Hall 90. For more information about the event see http://www.d.umn.edu/csd/eddy/lecture.html,
or contact Danielle Visina at 726-7307 or email@example.com.
Kirby Program Board presents “Let’s Talk about Sex: J-Spot
with Jay Friedman” at 7:30 pm on Mon., Sept. 28 in the Rafters.
for info contact Joie Acheson Lee at 726-8740 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
GEOLOGY FALL SEMINARS
The seminars, all held on Thursdays, begin at 3:30 pm in LSCI 175; refreshments
follow the seminar. Write to email@example.com
for more information.
Wanda Taylor, Geological Sciences Outstanding Alumna,
will speak on Oct. 1.
Kelly MacGregor, assistant professor of glacial
geomorphology, Macalester College. St. Paul, Minn., will present “Geomorphic
and climatic change over the past 13 ka at Swiftcurrent Lake, Glacier
National Park, Montana” on Oct. 15.
Kim Lapakko, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources,
Minerals Division, will present on Nov. 5.
Bryan Bandli, scientist, Geological Sciences, University of Minnesota
Duluth, will present “An introduction to the UMD Scanning Electron
Microscopy Laboratory: Microanalytican Tools and Applications” on
BOULDER LAKE EVENTS
Check out the upcoming events at the Boulder Lake Environmental Learning
Center, part of the Center for Environmental Education at UMD.
A Mushroom Field Hike with Larry Weber will be
held on Oct. 6.
A Log Forwarder and Portable Sawmill Demonstration
will be held on Oct. 10.
An Agate Festival, a family fun event, will be
held on Oct. 11.
A workshop on How to Use a GPS Receiver will be
held on Oct. 24.
An Introduction to Landview for Landowners, Foresters,
and Loggers will be held on Oct. 24. Learn how to map your property, transfer
GPS points to aerial photos, etc.
Pre-registration is required for all events listed.
Call 218-721-3731, email firstname.lastname@example.org,
or see http://www.boulderlake.org.
UNIVERSITY FOR SENIORS EVENTS
“A Season with Raptors” will be presented by Debbie Waters,
Director of Education at the Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory. This University
for Seniors presentation will be held at 11:30 am on Mon., Oct. 5, in
the Rafters, All are welcome to attend and learn about the annual hawk
migration. For more information contact Clara Weitz at email@example.com.
PREVENT SEXUAL HARRASSMENT
A workshop on the prevention of sexual harrassment, open to students,
faculty and staff, will take place on Thurs., Oct. 8, from 9 - 10:30
am in the Kirby Student Center 323. The presenter is Deborah Petersen-Perlman,
director of the UMD Office of Equal Opportunity. Registration is required
for this workshop and can be done by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join KUMD at Beaner’s Central for their One Week Live celebration,
through Sept. 26. The event features live music every night and a singer/songwriter
contest on Wednesday. For info see http://www.kumd.org.
MARVELS OF MODERNISM
A Marvels of Modernism exhibit is on display in the Swenson Science Building
atrium from Sept. 23 through Oct. 2. A career talk about landscape architecture
will be held at 11 a.m. on Oct. 1 in SSB 115. Misa Inoue of Oslund + Associates
will present a gallery talk about the Rice Garden outside the Swenson
Science Building and will share her thoughts about the Marvels of Modernism
exhibit at 7 p.m. on Oct. 1 in the Swenson Science Building atrium and
SSB 115. The exhibit and presentations are sponsored by the Minnesota
Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects. For info, contact
FALL ALUMNI EVENTS
Alpha Nu Omega will hold a 50th Reunion event in Duluth on Sept. 24 - 26.
A mixer will be held from 4:30 - 8:30 pm on Sept. 25 in the UMD Kirby
Ballroom. They will also gather at Grandma’s Sports Garden, participate
in the Les McKeen Golf Tournament at Northland Country Club, have brunch
at Midi restaurant, and party at the DECC. For info see: http://www.d.umn.edu/~alphanu/.
The Class of 1959 50th Reunion will hold many events
during homecoming weekend. A reception will be held at 6 pm on Thursday,
Oct. 15 in the Tweed Museum of Art, followed by the "Faculty and Students
at Play" concert in Weber Music Hall. A campus tour and lunch will
be held at UMD on Sat., Oct. 17 at 7:30 pm. Other events include a Vista
Fleet Excursion harbor tour and lunch, a social and dinner at the Kitchi
Gammi Club, a brunch at Black Woods restaurant, and bird watching at Hawks
Ridge. For information contact email@example.com
or call 726-8829.
E-FEST CAREER FAIR
E-Fest, a career fair specifically for students from UMD interested in
opportunities in engineering, computer science, and science, will be held
from 10 am - 2 pm on Sept. 30, in Kirby Ballroom. Employers will promote
positions and internships and answer questions about requirements for
careers in science and engineering. Students register for the fair at
the door. Students can log into their GoldPASS account at www.goldpass.umn.edu
to drop a resume to recruiters or sign up for on-campus interviews. This
event is free and open to current students and UMD alumni.
HALL OF FAME BANQUET
The UMD Athletic Department will hold its Hall of Fame Banquet on Oct.
2, at 5:30 pm in the Moorish Room at Greysolon Plaza. The following
athletes will be inducted: Jeff Guidinger, Ron Johnson, Derek Plante,
Cory Veech, Ann (Patet) Henry, and Scott LeDoux. To register contact Karen Stromme, UMD Athletics, 170 SpHC, 726-7143 or
email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mark your calendars for UMD’s Homecoming when the UMD Bulldog football
team plays the St. Cloud State Huskies beginning at 1 pm on Saturday,
Oct. 17 in Malosky Stadium. For information contact email@example.com
or UMD Athletic Office at 726-7518 or see http://www.umdbulldogs.com.
The historic Congdon estate, Glensheen mansion, is open daily from 9 am
to 5:30 pm. The first tour begins at 9:30 am, and last tour begins
at 4 pm. For information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 218-726-8910.
faculty and staff
The Write Now workshop series is designed to help faculty, adjuncts, and
TAs who are the “instructors of record.” All workshops for
this series will be in KSC from 2:30 - 4 pm on the following dates:
Sept. 23, Oct. 14, Nov. 18, and Dec. 9. For more information, email email@example.com
Doing More with Less: Streamlining Your Teaching
workshop takes place from 2 - 3:30 pm on Sept. 25 in Chester Park
building room 102. Register with Jason Ellis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 726-6355.
Tech Talk is a forum for faculty from every corner
of the campus and an arena for educational adventure. They have a bite
of lunch and hash over the trials, triumphs, and techniques that teaching
with technological tools involves. Remaining sessions will be in KSC 333
from noon - 1 pm The dates are Oct. 9, Nov. 12, Dec. 2, and Dec.18.
For more info contact LeAne Rutherford at email@example.com
or 726-6207. Presented by IDS and ITSS.
Human Resources presents the following Wellness Workshops from noon -
1 pm: Understanding Memory Loss - Recognizing What’s Not Normal
Aging on Thurs. Sept 24; Inducing Relaxation Through Nature and Photography,
Session 2 on Fri. Sept. 25; Inducing Relaxation Through Nature and Photography,
Session 3 on Mon. Sept. 28; and Getting to Know Your Employee Health &
Wellness Center on Wed. Sept. 30. For info contact Lita Condes Wallace at 726-7822 or see http://www.d.umn.edu/umdhr.
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