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  Last Day to Withdraw (Full Semester Courses Only)
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Please refer to the Schedule of Classes at http://www.udmercy.edu/classschedule for information regarding the last day to withdraw from shorter length courses.

7:00am  
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9:00am [9:45am] Admissions Tour Presentation
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[10:00am] Candidate Interviews for Student Life
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Candidate Interviews for Student Life




[12:00pm] Mandatory Reporting by Employees: I've Got this Covered
Description:
Employee brownbag lunch hosted and conducted by Office of Title IX.

[12:00pm] Women's Leadership Roundtable
Description:
We created the round table series to provide an opportunity for early-career women to have an informal conversation with someone who is in a leadership role in higher education and learn from the wisdom and experience of the invited speaker. During the round table we would start by asking the invited person a short series of questions and then open up the room for questions and discussion.

[12:30pm] Strategic Planning Group Meeting
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Strategic Planning Group Meeting

[12:45pm] Student Government Association
Description:
This is a closed meeting.






[2:00pm] Metz Customer Service Meeting
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Metz Customer Service Meeting

[2:45pm] Admissions Tour Presentation
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[3:00pm] Women's Lacrosse vs Kennesaw State
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Women's Lacrosse vs Kennesaw State








[4:30pm] Holy Thursday Mass
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Holy Thursday Mass









[5:30pm] Rebuild Detroit Lecture
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Rebuild Detroit Lecture










[6:00pm] The Future of Food: Lessons from African Smallholder Farmers
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Africans across the continent consume about 2000 different plants for their food; only 12 plants provide 75% of American industrialized food. This short talk will discuss the ways African smallholder farmers sustain their genetic wealth--their seeds--while advancing biodiversity of foods. Sharing seeds and knowledge increases biodiverse nutrition, the future of food. African farmers offer alternatives to the monoculture (e.g., one variety of corn across 100,000s acres) of industrial agriculture, with its polluting chemicals and fossil-fuel addiction, that poisons our bodies, soil, water and air. Come and share in the conversation about our current agricultural crossroad. Presented by Carol Thompson, Ph.D. Professor Emerita, Northern Arizona University











[7:00pm] Zeta Phi Beta Training
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Zeta Phi Beta Training













[9:30pm] Greek Council
Description:
This is a closed meeting.

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