Kerry Foods Site Visit3:30 PM
The Liberal Arts in Practice Center is hosting a site visit and career panel at Kerry Ingredients & Flavours, on Monday, April 23 at 3:30-5:30 PM. Interested students can tour the facilities and meet with staff members in a variety of roles. Students will meet at the LAPC at 3:30 and we will provide van transportation to and from Kerry.
This opportunity is available to all majors and students in all class years. The tour is available on a first come, first serve basis. To sign up for the tour, students can complete this form.
COA Meeting4:00 PM
Curriculum Oversight and Administration Committee (COA) Meeting
Initiatives Faculty Development Workshop4:00 PM
Faculty development series hosted by the Initiatives Program. While the series is required for faculty preparating to teach an FYI in the Fall semester, all faculty/staff are welcome to join. Contact Jenn Esperanza (email@example.com) if you would like details and/or readings for the the day's workshop.
The Opioid Epidemic: A Community Panel and Health Fair7:00 PM
The opioid epidemic is one of the most significant public health crises facing the U.S. today. The Beloit Public Health Initiative (BPHI) is sponsoring an event designed to shed light on ways to confront this important health concern. This event will feature a variety of service vendors at the frontlines of confronting this problem, as well as a panel of community experts who will discuss the crisis from their professional perspectives. Refreshments will be served.
Opioid Epidemic Panel7:00 PM
This week, the Beloit Public Health Initiative is putting on 2 events to address the opioid epidemic in Rock County: a Narcan training and a community panel. Narcan is an emergency overdose prevention medication and, at our first event, attendees will be trained in how to administer this lifesaving drug. At our panel, attendees will hear from Officer Chad Woodman (head of heroin task force of Janesville PD), Wisconsin House Representative Mark Spreitzer, Jeremy Flanagan (first responder in Beloit), Amanda Isunza (Director of the Sexual Assault Recovery Program), and Dr. Howard Paul (Beloit Health Systems Psychiatrist). Both events are open to students, staff and faculty, and any members of the community. The opioid crisis is on the rise both nationally and particularly in Wisconsin; BPHI encourages everyone who can to attend both or either event to better understand how the epidemic is effecting our community.
Saturday April 21st at Merrill Community Center located at: 1428 Wisconsin Ave
Refreshments begin at 11:30 am
Training begins at 12:00 pm
*Merrill Community Center is roughly a 15 minute walk from campus, shuttles will leave periodically from the wall between 11:30 and 11:50
Monday April 23rd in Moore Lounge
Dinner and health fair begin at 7:00 pm
Panel begins at 7:30 pm
We hope you attend and that you'll spread the word to others!
(HWC) Zumba Fitness7:15 PM
Zumba is a Latin inspired dance fitness class that incorporates Latin and international music and dance moves. Facilitated by our partners at the YMCA. This class is available to current students only.