The FAMU Writing Resource Center will kick off its week of seminars for “Write Your Way Up” week, designed at improving the writing skills of professionals. All events are free and are held in 100 Tucker Hall. A representative from Bedford/St. Martin’s will be on hand at the Open House Monday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. for a faculty presentation. All events are free and open to the public. Call 599-8391 for more information.
Monday Night Football will be held every Monday in the Rattlers Den beginning at 7p.m. For more information please call Mr. Coleman at 599-8081
Florida A&M University Office of Public Affairs is looking for writers to be a part of a daily blog. If you are interested please submit a resume and three writing samples to Pamela Tolson or Angel Suri at Lee Hall Room 103. The deadline for applicants is Monday at noon. Please call 599-3414 or 3413 for any questions or concerns.
The School of Graduate Studies and Research will host the 2007 Graduate Feeder Conference & Research Forums through the week of September 25-October 2. The kick-off event will be the Graduate Student Reception in the Architecture bldg. Atrium. Email LaToya Russell at email@example.com for more information.
Tallahassee and African Sister Cities Coalition, in collaboration with FAMU Department of History and Office of International Education and Development, invites you to participate in a 10-day cultural/educational tour or 5-7 week community service field project in Ghana, West Africa during the summer of 2008. Come to our meeting at FAMU B.L. Perry General Classroom Building, Room 300 on September 26 at 7 p.m. Students may earn academic credit for their participation. The entire Famuan and Tallahassee Community are invited. For further information, you may contact Dr. Willie L. Butler, Department of History & Political Science at 561-2059 or 599-3447.