Friday, March 16, 2018
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  4:30pm Mass
4:30pm Mass

[All day event] Student Payroll Timecards Due
Student Payroll Timecards Due

9:00am [9:45am] Admissions Tour Presentation
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[10:00am] NJSLC Meeting
NJSLC Meeting

12:00pm [12:00pm] Mass

1:00pm [1:00pm] Interview Preparation
If you are planning to attend the Spring Career Fair or getting ready to interview for interships or jobs then this Interview Preperation workshop will be beneficial to you. Learn how to distinguish between what the recruiter is asking and what s/he really wants to know! Develop strategies that will help you answer the really tough questions. Workshop will include a discussion of pre-interview preparation, professional dress, non-verbal communication, appropriate after-interview follow-up, and the various types of interview questions. This event qualifies for [ 1 Learning & Engagement] ------------------------------------------------------------- This event is sponsored by Alliance Catholic Credit Union. University of Detroit Mercy Students, Faculty and Staff are eligible to join! Visit https://www.allianceccu.com to learn more!

[1:00pm] Resume Basics
Need help creating or updating your resume? It certainly can be complicated because your resume is going to be reviewed by software as well as by hiring managers. •A Career Development Facilitator will be on hand to asssit you in developing your resume and provide tips on chosing a resume format, selecting a resume font, customizing your resume, using resume keywords and tips for a winning resume. •This is a great opportunity to begin creating a resume before the Detroit Mercy Fall Career/Networking Fair. If you do not have a resume you will receive sample copies of resumes. •This is a hands-on-workshop, Bring a laptop or mobile device to begin creating your resume. Seating is limited for this event. If interested, please register as soon as possible. This event qualifies for [ 1 Learning & Engagement] FOUR WAYS FOR STUDENTS & ALUMNI TO REGISTER 1) Log-in to your TitanCareerLink account at www.udmercy.edu/cec 2) E-mail: careerlink@udmercy.edu 3) Call: 313-993-1017 4) Visit: the Career Education Center in Reno Hall, Room 143 When sending emails or leaving voicemail please include your name, the event you wish to attend, and a contact method (phone number and Detroit Mercy e-mail address). Use your TitanCareerLink account to apply for employment opportunities as well as register for events! CEC events and services are for Detroit Mercy students and alumni only!!

[1:30pm] Treble in Paradise Performance
This is a Men’s Acapella Group that first started September 2017 (the first semester of this year).

2:00pm [2:00pm] Doctoral Dissertation Defense
Tgarid Ali will be defending his doctoral dissertation, Modeling construction, Duration and Cost for Public Sector Civil engineering Projects in Developing Countries, in Engineering 131 at 2 pm on Friday, March 16. All are invited to attend.

[4:00pm] Detroit Mercy Hispanic Organization & DACA Information
Hispnaic Student Leadership Meeting

7:00pm [7:00pm] Alpha Kappa Alpha Meeting
Alpha Kappa Alpha Meeting

[7:00pm] CLASA Event: Dr. Fran Shor Lecture
Dr. Fran Shor, Emeritus Professor, Wayne State University, “Memory and Meaning in the Representations of the American War in Vietnam.” This event and presentation are taking place on March 16, the 50th anniversary of the My Lai Massacre and also the 53 anniversary of the self-immolation of the antiwar Detroit-based activist Alice Herz. With the September 2017 airing of the PBS ten episode Burns and Novick documentary, The Vietnam War, and the upcoming fiftieth anniversaries in 2018 of the Tet Offensive on January 31 and My Lai Massacre on March 16, the American War in Vietnam continues to demand attention. This power point lecture will highlight how the Vietnam War is remembered and evoked through key moments and images drawn from history. In addition, it will consider the “lessons” of the Vietnam War and the ways that the tragedies of the past keep haunting us in present wars and how we can confront and remedy them. This event is co-sponsored by Peace Action of Michigan, and Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom of Michigan and Phi Alpha Theta (History Honor Society).

[7:00pm] Impact Movement Lock In
The Impact Movement will be hosting various Impact chapters as we fellowship overnight.