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Monday, January 28, 2013 - Friday, February 1, 2013

9:00am - Talley Gallery
"Transcendental Terrain," by Emily Wendland. The art exhibition features sculptural, ceramic, painted and illustrated works by Wendland.
Location
Talley Gallery, Bensen Hall, room 212
Cost
Free
Open to the public.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Dr. Jim Farrell Presentations
Dr. Jim Farrell , author of The Nature of College: Campus Culture, Consumer Culture and the Environment will be on campus Tuesday, January 29th! The program is sponsored by the Center for Professional Development and the Sustainability Office. The book, published in 2010, has been used in several courses at BSU and is currently being used in the People and the Environment large group. The book "examines the moral ecology of everyday life on college campuses, exploring why college students act the way they do, and why it matters." http://natureofcollege.org/book/ There are three opportunities to hear Jim speak and pose questions. Book signing will also be available. Tuesday, January 29th: 2:00 to 3:15pm, HS100 (open to anyone); 4:00 to 5:00pm, third floor HS, faculty lounge (faculty only); 8:00 to 9:00pm, Rail River Folk School, 303 Railroad St. SW (open to anyone).

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

3:30pm - Finding an Internship
Location
Sanford Hall Room 215

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

5:30pm - Sustainable Tuesday
Black Sheep Chefs, a local catering company that specializes in Native American foods, works to revive the lost food culture of the region through a modern interpretation of the knowledge of indigenous plants and animals. Sean Sherman of Black Sheep Chefs will host this native foods cooking class and share his philosophy on native cooking. Participation in the native foods cooking class is limited to 15, and advance registration is required. To register, contact Caitlyn Schuchhardt in the BSU Sustainability Office, (218) 755-3765, cschuchhardt@bemidjistate.edu. Registration closes Monday, January 28th at 5:00pm. Sustainable Tuesdays feature a variety of learning opportunities focused on sustainability that connect our beautiful, vibrant community and is a partnership program with the Indigenous Environmental Network, MN GreenCorps, Rail River Folk School and BSU’s Sustainability Office.
Location
Harmony Food Co-op
Cost
$20
Open to the public.