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Business and Human Resources


Location: Rizzo Conference Center

Cost: 5,750

Contact: Lauren Garris

Description: This human resource management program is offered in partnership with the Society for Human Resource Management. Participants will develop the key knowledge and skills that will make them successful, strategic business partners and highly effective with the other leaders in their organizations.

Financial Analysis for Non-Financial Managers


Location: Rizzo Conference Center

Cost: 3700

Contact: Lauren Garris

Description: Over the course of three days, learn how to better communicate your organization’s financial position. By the end of the seminar, you will be able to interpret financial statements, annual reports and understand financial terms such as liquidity and goodwill. Following are links to additional information on the Financial Analysis for Non-Financial Managers program: Program […]

Sweet Peas – Spring Babies (ages 3 & 4 with adult)


Location: NC Botanical Garden Education Center

Cost: 10.00

Contact: Unnamed Organizer

Description: Share a morning of discovery with your growing “sweet pea” and nurture their natural curiosity for the world around them. Each class will focus on a different nature theme, and may include stories, songs, mini-hikes, crafts, and puppets. Space is limited. No strollers or non-registered siblings, please.

Pen and Ink: Media Exploration


Location: NC Botanical Garden Education Center

Cost: 125

Contact: North Carolina Botanical Garden

Description: Wednesdays, April 23, 30, May 7, 14 1:00 – 4:30pm This 4-week course is an in-depth exploration of drawing with ink, including exercises in creating texture with pen and ink and scratchboard. It also introduces the student to ink-wash, a bridge between watercolor and ink, stretching a student's grasp of value. New surfaces, such as drafting film and Yupo are introduced. Prerequisite: Pen & Ink Fee: $125 ($115 NCBG members)

So You Think You Want To Go to Medical School?


Location: Hanes Hall, 239 a/b

Contact: University Career Services

Description: Learn the basics of building a successful application to medical, dental, or optometry school. We’ll go through a brief rundown of prerequisites and timing in the application process, as well as what you can expect working with the Prehealth Advising Office.

Why Atheism?


Location: Flyleaf Books

Cost: 8 - 800.962

Contact: The Program in the Humanities and Human Values

Description: Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Chauncey Stillman Professor of Practical Ethics, Department of Philosophy, Duke University Esteemed philosopher Walter Sinnott-Armstrong will argue for the claim that no traditional God exists by reviewing and refuting common theological arguments. This lecture will feature an extended discussion session to allow for the airing of criticisms and fears of modern atheism.

After Five Bell Tower Toastmasters (Public Speaking & Leadership Practice)


Location: Health Sciences Library

Contact: Francesca Allegri

Description: Weekly club meetings give you a comfortable environment to practice public speaking and leadership skills. Guests are always welcome and the club is open to all, both university and community members. We work with people who join the club to practice professional presentations, interviews, dissertation proposals and defenses, community talks, and other speaking situations. Dues […]

Senior Etiquette Dinner


Location: William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

Contact: C. Hawkins

Description: While pizza delivery and Chinese take-out are frequent college student favorites, graduation is a good time to brush up on your table manners as you prepare to enter the real world. University Career Services, the General Alumni Association and the Senior Marshals have teamed up to offer seniors a dining and professional etiquette experience during Senior Week. Enjoy a three-course […]

PlayMakers: Hold These Truths


Location: Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre

Cost: 15 - 40

Contact: PlayMakers Repertory Company

Description: PlayMakers PRC2 Series presents the regional premiere of a new play by Jeanne Sakata. During World War II, University of Washington student Gordon Hirabayashi fought the US government’s orders to forcibly incarcerate all people of Japanese ancestry on the West Coast, struggling to reconcile his country’s betrayal with his passionate belief in the Constitution. Based […]