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April 11, 2012 | Today | Print Calendar


Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Office of Diversity Programs & Services, (703) 993-2700


Technology Symposium

The Mason Inn and Conference Center

Emergency Preparedness.

Volgenau School of Engineering, (703) 993-1505

Web Site

8:45 am - 5 pm

TEDMED - Live Streaming

Research Hall, Showcase

For three and a half exciting days, this uniquely diverse community will explore the ideas, innovations and challenges that will help shape the future of health and medicine for 300 million Americans...and the world.

Volgenau School of Engineering, (703) 993-1505

Web Site

10:30 am

Theatreworks: Ramona Quimby

Center for the Arts, Concert Hall

Hold on to your hat for the latest madcap capers of elementary student Ramona Quimby, her big sister Beeus, and all their friends on Klickitat Street! Two Beans Productions presents the play based on Bevery Cleary’s award-winning books.

Center for the Arts, (703) 993-8888

Web Site

11 am

Business Counseling 101

Mason Enterprise Center, 4031 University Drive, Fairfax

Sign up for Mason's SBDC's Group Initial Counseling session to learn how to utilize SBDC's one on one counseling services, participate in a peer review of your business plan, and network with other local entrepreneurs. Register via Web site.


Mona Olsen, (703) 277-7747,

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11:30 am - 12:30 pm

ADP Colloquia Series

The HUB, Rooms 1 and 2

All members of the Mason community are welcome to attend the Applied Developmental Psychology Colloquia Series.

Psychology Department, (703) 993-1342

Web Site

11:30 am - 1:30 pm

SAME Northern Virginia Post Luncheon

Mason Inn Conference Center and Hotel

An exciting opportunity from Society of American Military Engineers to network with professionals in the area and hear an interesting speech regarding the Development of the National Capital Region. Registration required online.

Volgenau School of Engineering, (703) 993-1505, Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering

Web Site

12 pm - 1:30 pm

Narrative Research Roundtable

Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, Room 318

A space for individuals to present their research in progress to colleagues for feedback.  This opportunity for scholarly exchange is open to the entire community.  If you are working on a paper using Narrative approaches and would like to practice presenting your work and opening it to discussion, or you are interested in joining the session, contact Alison. Lunch will be provided.

Alison Castel,, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution

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12:30 pm

TheatreWorks: Ramona Quimbly

Center for the Arts, Concert Hall

Production by TheatreWorks.

Center for the Arts Box Office, (703) 993-8888

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2 pm - 5 pm

Rogers and Whitetop Hall Opening Ceremony

Rogers and Whitetop Hall, Courtyard

Join the Mason Community at the Rogers and Whitetop Hall Opening Ceremony! Free food from Everlasting Life Cafe, and a performance by Jukebox the Ghost. While you're there, learn about how you can save the world on campus with a panel discussion about Mason's sustainability efforts.

Office of Sustainability, (703) 993-4220

3 pm

APA Heritage Month: Provost and VP Tea

Johnson Center, Bistro

Provost Peter Stearns and VP Sandy Scherrens will facilitate this discussion with Asian and Asian American students. The focus is on Asian and Asian American student affairs at Mason. Invitation only.

Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Education, (703) 993-2700

Web Site

6 pm - 7 pm

Information Session: MBA

Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, Room 113

Staff and students will be on hand to discuss the program and answer questions.

MBA Programs, (703) 993-2136

Web Site

6 pm - 8 pm

Azucar Salsa Dance Lessons

Johnson Center, Dance Studio

Salsa Workshops instructed by a professional dancer are free for Mason Students, and $5 for non-Mason students. Every Wednesday evening.

$5; Free for Mason Students

Christine Gonzales,, Azucar GMU Salsa Club

Web Site

7 pm

Film Screening: Cultures of Resistance

Johnson Center, Cinema

Cultures of Resistance feature documentary is a production of Caipirinha Productions. Directed by Lara Lee, the film highlights the work of artists, musicians, and dancers throughout the world who are working for peace and justice, and are re-conceiving resistance as a fundamentally creative act.

Middle East Studies Program, (703) 993-2962

Web Site

7 pm - 9 pm

Park-A-Palooza Talent Show Auditions

The Ridge

The Resident Student Association is holding auditions for the Park-A-Palooza Talent Show. Performers can show up at the audition or send in a video/recording via email.

Victoria Vuong,, Resident Student Association