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Monday, March 25, 2013 - Friday, March 29, 2013

9:00am - Talley Gallery Exhibit
Ivan Ninov, considered the leading graphic artist in Bulgaria, will be featured with an exhibit entitled "Drawn from the Balkans." The exhibit will feature a collection of Ninov's powerful, expressive drawings and prints. His style has been described as "monumental and harsh" while displaying Ninov's "inner strength and power."
Location
Talley Gallery Bensen Hall room 212
Cost
Free
Open to the public.

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

3:00pm - VITA
Free federal and state tax preparation and eFiling sponsored by the IRS.
Location
Decker Hall room 14
Open to the public.

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

3:00pm - Using Your Strengths to Choose a Major
Must complete StrengthsQuest assessment prior to workshop. Contact Career Services for more information (755-2038).
Location
Sanford Hall Room 215

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

6:00pm - Women's History Month 2013
Women Inspiring Innovation Through Imagination: Celebrating Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Public Lecture: "Beyond Belief: A Mathematical Perspective on Climate Change" - Samantha Oestreicher. Samantha Oestreicher is an award-winning speaker, applied mathematics PhD candidate at the University of Minnesota, and research assistant at Los Alamos National Laboratories in the Climate, Ocean and Sea Ice Modeling group. Samantha earned her undergraduate degree in theater from Smith College and maintains her commitment to accessible communication through presentations and writing. Her writing has most recently been featured on the Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013 blog. Over the last few years, Samantha has presented on the mathematics of climate to general and scientific audiences across the US including: Tufts University, Smith College, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics annual meeting, Joint Mathematics Meetings, National Center for Atmospheric Research. Samantha is on a mission to use her mathematics and scientific knowledge to improve our understanding of Earth’s past and present climates. Sponsored by Bemidji State University’s Women’s Studies/Gender Studies Council. Funded by a Grant from the Northwest Minnesota Women’s Fund, Bemidji, MN.
Location
Bridgeman Hall 100
Cost
Free
Open to the public.

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

7:30pm - Cory J. Renbarger/Sharon Johnson Recital
BSU vocal instructor Dr. Cory Renbarger will present a recital with guest artist Sharon Johnson. The duo will be performing “Songs and Dances of Death,” a Russian song cycle by Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky, various German art songs by Robert Schumann, Franz Schubert, and Richard Strauss, opera arias by Richard Wagner and Douglas Moore, and show tunes by Rodgers and Hammerstein. We invite you to come and enjoy a performance by two outstanding musicians!
Location
Thompson Recital Hall, Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex
Cost
Free
Open to the public.