Andrews University Agenda http://www.andrews.edu/agenda/ News and Events at Andrews University en-us Copyright 2019, Andrews University Tue, 15 Jan 2019 21:19:00 -0000 Tue, 15 Jan 2019 21:19:00 -0000 webmaster@andrews.edu webmaster@andrews.edu Cancellation of below minimum enrollment classes https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51634 Tue, Jan 15, 2019 08:00 am -0500 Seminary/Graduate MLK Celebration: Timothy Golden https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/50624 <div class="frame frame-default frame-type-text frame-layout-0" id="c10357"> <header> <p> <strong>Timothy Golden</strong> is professor of philosophy, director of legal studies and director of the Donald Blake Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Culture at Walla Walla University in Washington state.</p> <p> Seminary worship credit is available. Undergraduate co-curricular credit is not available.</p> </header></div> Tue, Jan 15, 2019 11:30 am -0500 Co-Curricular Short Courses 3.1 https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51831 <p> The following Co-Curricular Short Courses are being offered in the Third Block:</p> <p> <u><strong>College Wellness 101</strong></u><br /> <br /> Hosts: University Health &amp; Wellness, Counseling &amp; Testing Center<br /> <strong>Location: Buller Hall, Room 251</strong><br /> Description: This foundational course is designed to help you become a stronger, healthier you. Improving your physical and emotional wellbeing is one of the best ways to boost your academic performance and lead a more satisfying life.<br /> <br /> Jan. 15&mdash;&ldquo;Wellness Transformation&rdquo;<br /> Presenter: University Wellness<br /> Description: See &ldquo;The Jackie Film&rdquo; and be introduced to the Wellness Transformation Guide.<br /> <br /> Jan. 22&mdash;&ldquo;Physical Fitness&rdquo;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;<br /> Presenter: University Wellness<br /> Description: Learn how to eat well and to maintain your physical activity and rest.<br /> <br /> Feb. 05&mdash;&ldquo;Mental/Emotional Wellbeing I&rdquo;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;<br /> Presenter: Counseling and Testing Center<br /> Description: Learn how to cope with stress and manage your time.<br /> <br /> Feb. 12&mdash;&ldquo;Mental/Emotional Wellbeing II&rdquo;<br /> Presenter: Counseling and Testing Center<br /> Description: Learn how to build resilience and to manage anxiety and depression.<br /> <br /> Feb. 19&mdash;&ldquo;Social Wellbeing&rdquo;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;<br /> Presenter: Counseling and Testing Center<br /> Description: Learn how to build healthy relationships and to spot unhealthy ones.<br /> <br /> <u><strong>Religion Forum&mdash;Insights in Systematic and Historical Theology</strong></u><br /> <br /> Host: Department of Religion &amp; Biblical Languages<br /> <strong>Location: Buller Hall, Newbold Auditorium</strong><br /> Description: Join us for a variety of presentations focused on issues in the Old Testament<br /> <br /> Jan. 15&mdash;&ldquo;The Theological Necessity of the Investigative Judgment&rdquo;<br /> Presenter: Dr. Darius Jankiewicz<br /> <br /> Jan. 22&mdash;&ldquo;Biblical Aesthetics&rdquo;<br /> Presenter: Dr. Jo-Ann Davidson<br /> <br /> Feb. 05&mdash;&ldquo;The Love of God and the Problem of Evil&rdquo;<br /> Presenter: Dr. John Peckham<br /> <br /> Feb. 12&mdash;&ldquo;The Reception of the Biblical Text&rdquo;<br /> Presenter: Dr. John Reeve<br /> <br /> Feb. 19&mdash;&ldquo;The Need to Love History and to Understand and Interpret Our History and Our Beliefs&rdquo;<br /> Presenter: Dr. Denis Fortin<br /> <br /> <u><strong>The Successful Student</strong></u><br /> <br /> Presenter: Carletta Witzel<br /> Host: Student Success Office<br /> <strong>Location: Buller Hall, Room 208</strong><br /> <br /> Jan. 15&mdash;&ldquo;The Successful Student Sets Goals&rdquo;<br /> Description: Students will learn to set long-term and short-term goals and to make plans to meet those goals. Bring your laptop or a notebook.<br /> <br /> Jan. 22&mdash;&ldquo;The Successful Student Gets Organized&rdquo;<br /> Description: Students will make a time management plan and organize class materials. Bring your laptop or a notebook, your cellphone, and your syllabi.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Feb. 05&mdash;&ldquo;The Successful Student Studies&mdash;Part 1&rdquo;<br /> Description: Students will learn about different learning expectations, how to set learning objectives, to check comprehension and solve comprehension issues. Bring one or two of your textbooks or other class reading materials. &nbsp;<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Feb. 12&mdash;&ldquo;The Successful Student Studies&mdash;Part II&rdquo;<br /> Description: Students will learn the Cornell Method of note-taking, several review methods, and how to practice critical thinking.&nbsp; Bring a textbook and your laptop or notebook.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Feb. 19&mdash;&ldquo;The Successful Student Prepares for Exams&rdquo;<br /> Description: Students will discuss different types of exam questions and how to prepare for each.&nbsp; There will also be a discussion about open book exams. &nbsp;<br /> <br /> <u><strong>Library Instruction</strong></u><br /> <br /> Presenter: Dr. Silas Marques<br /> Host: James White Library<br /> <strong>Location: Library Lab at the Media Center, James White Library</strong><br /> <br /> Jan. 15&mdash;&ldquo;How to Find Books in the Library&rsquo;s Shelves&rdquo;<br /> Description: In the first half of this hands-on workshop, we will present how and why subject classification systems are developed and will teach how to use the one the library adopts (Library of Congress). The students will have a chance to actually search the library stacks in search of designated books in order to practice what they learned during the first half of the workshop. It should be a fun experience based on interaction and games. (Includes videos)<br /> <br /> Jan. 22&mdash;&ldquo;How to Define your Research Topic by Building a Mind Map&rdquo;<br /> Description: A manageable research project (or paper) starts with a manageable topic. This hands-on and interactive workshop will present a short videos demonstrating why it is important to limit the topic of a paper and how to accomplish that. The students will have the opportunity to use an online mind-map to develop a relevant research topic.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Feb. 05&mdash;&ldquo;How to Find Books, Ebooks, Articles and More Using the Library&rsquo;s Online Catalog&rdquo;<br /> Description: The objective of this class is to show students tools ENCORE provides which assists users to effectively find materials and sources to write papers and&nbsp; do research. The students will learn how to limit their search by type of material, date, language, etc. The students will follow the class by doing an exercise.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Feb. 12&mdash;&ldquo;How to Use Databases to Find Relevant and Scholarly Articles&rdquo;<br /> Description: This hands-on workshop will show how users can decide which databases are relevant to their research and how to effectively use them to find relevant and scholarly articles. Participants will also learn how to use the many useful features and tools provided by the Databases to enhance their research capabilities, such citations, search modes, create alert, thesaurus, and others.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Feb. 19&mdash;&ldquo;How to Determine a Reliable Source Using the Internet&rdquo;<br /> Description: The objective of this practical workshop is to demonstrate how the students can evaluate and determine the reliability of the sources found in the World Wide Web using the CAARP method and worksheet. They will analyze a document posted in the Internet using criteria such as currency, authority, accuracy, relevance, and purpose.<br /> <br /> <u><strong>International Conversation Partners</strong></u><br /> <br /> Host: Intensive English Programs<br /> <strong>Location: Nethery Hall, Room 200</strong><br /> Description: Being a Conversation Partner is an amazing cross-cultural opportunity for AU students.&nbsp; You will partner with international students to practice their English listening and speaking skills in an informal setting. This partnership allows students who are studying in the AU English language-learning program a chance to gain English fluency through casual, interesting, and enjoyable conversations with you.&nbsp; This is your chance to meet AU students from countries around the world and learn more about their cultures and share your language and culture with them. No special language training or knowledge required, just a wish to make a difference.&nbsp; (Bring your lunch if you wish.)<br /> <br /> Jan. 15 &ndash; Conversation Session 1<br /> <br /> Jan. 22 &ndash; Conversation Session 2<br /> <br /> Feb. 05 &ndash; Conversation Session 3<br /> <br /> Feb. 12 &ndash; Conversation Session 4<br /> <br /> Feb. 19 &ndash; Conversation Session 5<br /> <br /> <u><strong>Leadership in Your Field</strong></u><br /> <br /> Presenters: ULead Faculty<br /> <strong>Location: Campus Center, Student Life &amp; Leadership Lab</strong><br /> Host: Undergraduate Leadership Program<br /> Description: Come hear guests presenters talk about what leadership looks like in their various career fields.<br /> <br /> Jan. 15 &ndash; Special Guest 1<br /> <br /> Jan. 22 &ndash; Special Guest 2<br /> <br /> Feb. 05 &ndash; Special Guest 3<br /> <br /> Feb. 12 &ndash; Special Guest 4<br /> <br /> Feb. 19 &ndash; Special Guest 5<br /> <br /> <u><strong>AU Justice Center: Social Injustices</strong></u><br /> <br /> Presenters: Dr. Stephanie Carpenter<br /> <strong>Location: Buller Hall, Room 135</strong><br /> Host: Department of History &amp; Political Science<br /> <br /> Jan. 15&mdash;&ldquo;Introduction to Issues&rdquo;<br /> <br /> Jan. 22&mdash;&ldquo;Education&mdash;A Class Divided&rdquo;<br /> <br /> Feb. 5&mdash;&ldquo;Immigration&mdash;Family Separation&rdquo;<br /> <br /> Feb. 12&mdash;&ldquo;Vote&mdash;It&rsquo;s Our Right&rdquo;<br /> <br /> Feb. 19&mdash;&ldquo;Panel&mdash;TBA&rdquo;<br /> <br /> <u><strong>Black to the Future</strong></u><br /> <br /> Hosts: Andrews University Black History Month Committee<br /> <strong>Location: Buller Hall Room 149</strong><br /> Description: This course is designed to create a space in which people can be in conversation with one another in dissecting the concept of Afrofuturism and designing new narratives to empower the African Diaspora.<br /> <br /> Jan. 15&mdash;&ldquo;Afrofuturism 101: To Pimp a Butterfly&rdquo;<br /> Presenter: Tacyana Nixon<br /> Description: Examine what Afrofuturism is and how it can help us conceptualize time, history and the future.<br /> <br /> Jan. 22&mdash;&ldquo;History Informing Afrofuturism&rdquo;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;<br /> Presenter: Michael Miller<br /> Description: Gain a greater understanding of the past for people of the African Diaspora which informs their present and guides their future.<br /> <br /> Feb. 5&mdash;&quot;Let's Fem the Future&quot;: The Black Woman and Afrofuturism<br /> Presenter: Danielle Barnard<br /> Description: Engage in a feminist critique of Afrofuturism through the works of Octavia Butler and Janelle Mon&aacute;e and explore a futuristic vision where the feminine and non-binary are free to flourish.<br /> <br /> Feb. 12&mdash;&ldquo;Afro-futurism and Revisionist History&rdquo;<br /> Presenter: Chaplain Michael Polite<br /> Description: Delve into the shadowy history of Hollywood and its proclivity to malign Black culture through revising historical narratives.&nbsp; As afro-futurism begins to gain momentum, Black producers and directors are doing some revisionist history of their own, paving the way for a future where people of African descent can be heroes too.<br /> <br /> Feb. 19&mdash;&ldquo;To Bloom from Concrete&rdquo;<br /> Presenter: Myles Young<br /> Description: Engage and discuss the ideas and methods necessary to create social and communal advances in the Black community, to effectively forge our future, now.<br /> <br /> <u><strong>Swim Workout</strong></u><br /> <br /> Presenter: Jessica Wilson<br /> <strong>Location: Beaty Pool</strong><br /> Description: Students who participate in this option should be comfortable in deep water and have a working knowledge of the main swimming styles: Front Crawl, Back Crawl, and Breaststroke. Butterfly will be optional yardage. A swim workout will be provided and will have a total distance of a mile (36 laps). Adapting for shorter distance totals is very possible if a mile is too long for your current endurance abilities. Bring goggles and a swimsuit (males should wear swim trunks or knee length jammers, and women should wear a modest one piece swimsuit). Just keep swimming!<br /> <br /> Jan. 15&mdash;&quot;Workout 1&quot;<br /> <br /> Jan. 22&mdash;&quot;Workout 2&quot;<br /> <br /> Feb. 05&mdash;&quot;Workout 3&quot;<br /> <br /> Feb. 12&mdash;&quot;Workout 4&quot;<br /> <br /> Feb. 19&mdash;&quot;Workout 5&quot;<br /> <br /> <u><strong>LATEX and Overleaf</strong></u><br /> <br /> Presenters: Devin Garcia and Mykhaylo Malakhov<br /> <strong>Location: Haughey Hall 133 (Math Amphitheater)</strong><br /> <br /> Jan. 15&mdash;&quot;Introduction to LATEX and Overleaf, Pt. I&rdquo; with Devin Garcia<br /> <br /> Jan. 22&mdash;&quot;Introduction to LATEX and Overleaf, Pt. II&rdquo; with Devin Garcia<br /> <br /> Feb. 05&mdash;&quot;Poster Preparation with Beamer&quot; with Devin Garcia<br /> <br /> Feb. 12&mdash;&quot;Presentation Preparation with Beamer&quot; with Devin Garcia<br /> <br /> Feb. 19&mdash;&quot;Introduction to Tikz&rdquo; with Mykhaylo Malakhov<br /> &nbsp;</p> Tue, Jan 15, 2019 11:30 am -0500 Circuit (MEIER ONLY) https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51780 <p> Work out in the Meier Health Club to earn a Living Learning co-curricular credit.</p> Tue, Jan 15, 2019 02:00 pm -0500 AA Volleyball Night https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51731 <p> <span style="font-family: ">The AA Physical Education Department is hosting the 2nd annual Class Volleyball Tournament night on <b>Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019, starting at 5:30 p.m.</b> This tournament is a single elimination tournament. Please come out and support your classes. Class teams are due to Mrs. Mills on Monday, Jan. 14, 2019.</span></p> Tue, Jan 15, 2019 05:30 pm -0500 "ARTIST LICENSES" Exhibit Opens January 15 https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51778 <p> A new art exhibit will begin in The ART Gallery, Harrigan Hall, on Tuesday, Jan. 15. The opening reception takes place from 6&ndash;8 p.m.&nbsp;</p> <p> The exhibit features the recent work of Greg Constantine,&nbsp;emeritus research professor of art and artist-in-residence at Andrews University. &quot;ARTIST LICENSES&quot; consists of license plates that display quotes by and about artists as well as other quotes and commentary on culture, including cars, movies and New York City. The license plates are hand-crafted by Constantine using oil and acrylic on vacuum-formed styrene (plastic)&mdash;they are convincing illusions of actual plates, establishing another variation of text art.</p> Tue, Jan 15, 2019 06:00 pm -0500 Last day to Complete Certain Changes by 5 p.m. https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51633 <p> Last business day to complete the following by 5 p.m.</p> <ul> <li> Enter spring semester classes</li> <li> Drop a class with FULL tuition refund</li> <li> Make a change in registration by Drop/Add form without a fee or entry on permanent record</li> <li> Change audit to credit</li> </ul> Wed, Jan 16, 2019 08:00 am -0500 Grown: Scheduling https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51795 <p> Learn how to get and stay organized!</p> <p> Men enter through East doors closest to Administration building.</p> Wed, Jan 16, 2019 07:30 pm -0500 Fee in effect for changes in registration https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51636 <p> Includes classes added or dropped.&nbsp;</p> Thu, Jan 17, 2019 08:00 am -0500 Graduate Students: May graduation applications due https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51637 Thu, Jan 17, 2019 08:00 am -0500 Chapel: Shawn Brace https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/50305 <p> <strong>Shawn Brace </strong>is an Adventist pastor in Bangor, Maine, and an alumnus of Andrews. He and his wife Camille run a podcast, &ldquo;Mission Lab,&rdquo; documenting what it is like to live a missional life with their three children in one of the most non-religious areas of the country.</p> Thu, Jan 17, 2019 11:30 am -0500 AA: Bible Camp, January 17-20 https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51733 <p> Bible Camp for those who are signed up to attend.</p> Thu, Jan 17, 2019 12:00 pm -0500 Tea Time at James White Library https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51757 <p> We invite library patrons to join the faculty and staff at James White Library for tea time every Thursday from 2&ndash;4 p.m. Come and let's chat&nbsp;and get to know each other better. The more we know about you, the more we're able to assess your information needs and the better our information services to you.</p> Thu, Jan 17, 2019 02:00 pm -0500 Diversity, Language and Identity https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51741 <p> Author of the critically acclaimed novels Call Me Zebra and Fra Keeler. In 2015, she was the recipient of a Whiting Writers&rsquo; Award and the National Book<br /> Foundation &ldquo;5 Under 35&rdquo; award. Her work has appeared in Electric Literature, the Paris Review, GRANTA, Guernica, BOMB, the Los Angeles Review of Books Quarterly Journal, and elsewhere. She is an assistant professor in the MFA Program in creative writing at the University of Notre Dame.</p> Thu, Jan 17, 2019 05:00 pm -0500 Depression and Anxiety https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51797 <p> Take an inventory to determine if you may be struggling with depression or anxiety. Learn about the free resources available to you at the Counseling &amp; Testing Center.</p> Thu, Jan 17, 2019 09:30 pm -0500 Pioneer Memorial Church First Service https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51850 <p> Join Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University at 9 a.m. Pastor Dwight K. Nelson will present his message &quot;The Last Letter: Vomit [Last Letter for Adventists].&quot;</p> Sat, Jan 19, 2019 09:00 am -0500 One Place Worship Service https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/50031 Sat, Jan 19, 2019 10:00 am -0500 Pioneer Memorial Church Sabbath School https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51849 <p> Join Pioneer Memorial Church for a wide variety of Bible study options for all ages.</p> Sat, Jan 19, 2019 10:30 am -0500 New Life Fellowship https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51069 <p> Join us at 11:45 a.m. each Sabbath as we receive the New Love, New Integrity, New Faith and a brand New Experience.</p> Sat, Jan 19, 2019 11:45 am -0500 One Place Worship Service https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/50031 Sat, Jan 19, 2019 11:45 am -0500 Pioneer @ Worship Two https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51852 <p> Join Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University for its 11:45 a.m. service. Pastor Dwight K. Nelson will present his message &quot;The Last Letter: Vomit [Last Letter for Adventists].&quot;</p> Sat, Jan 19, 2019 11:45 am -0500 Gym & Swim https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51737 <p> Gym &amp; Swim, January 19, Saturday evening.</p> <p> Johnson Gym, 7&ndash;9 p.m.</p> <p> Children under 14 should be accompanied by a parent.</p> <p> Sponsored by the PMC Family Life Committee.</p> Sat, Jan 19, 2019 07:00 pm -0500 Sunday Music Series: Contemporary Composers of AU https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/49993 <p> Feel the buzz, thrill and chancy emotions of contemporary music. This program showcases the contemporary works of budding artists from Andrews University, as well as music composed by faculty members and the host, Max Keller.</p> Sun, Jan 20, 2019 04:00 pm -0500 All Campus Schools: MLK Jr Day Holiday https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51643 <p> No classes meet on the main campus, and all offices are closed.</p> Mon, Jan 21, 2019 AA: No School, Martin Luther King Jr Day https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51734 <p> <i>Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. &mdash;</i>Martin Luther King Jr</p> Mon, Jan 21, 2019 08:00 am -0500 Martin Luther King's Day Celebration at JWL https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51816 <p> The James White Library (JWL) has organized a week-long display of information items to mark the MLK's Day from Jan.21-25.&nbsp; Our display covers the following themes: Civil Rights Movement; Unity &amp; Peace; Non-Violent Resistance; and Racial Equality in the U.S.&nbsp;</p> <p> Come and share your dream with us through the &quot;I have a Dream&quot; kiosk that will be made available at the main lobby of James White Library the same week.</p> <p> You are all welcome!</p> Mon, Jan 21, 2019 01:30 pm -0500 Martin Luther King's Day Celebration at JWL https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51816 <p> The James White Library (JWL) has organized a week-long display of information items to mark the MLK's Day from Jan.21-25.&nbsp; Our display covers the following themes: Civil Rights Movement; Unity &amp; Peace; Non-Violent Resistance; and Racial Equality in the U.S.&nbsp;</p> <p> Come and share your dream with us through the &quot;I have a Dream&quot; kiosk that will be made available at the main lobby of James White Library the same week.</p> <p> You are all welcome!</p> Tue, Jan 22, 2019 08:00 am -0500 Seminary Worship: Teresa Reeve https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/50626 <p> <strong>Teresa Reeve</strong> is associate professor of New Testament contexts and associate dean of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary.</p> <p> Seminary worship credit is available. Undergraduate co-curricular credit is not available.</p> Tue, Jan 22, 2019 11:30 am -0500 Faculty Technology Showcase https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51032 <p> These monthly presentations are facilitated by faculty who demonstrate and discuss various uses for technology and tools. Opportunity is provided for Q&amp;A sessions. These sessions run from 12&ndash;1:30 p.m., and lunch is provided. RSVP is required.</p> Tue, Jan 22, 2019 12:00 pm -0500 Last day to drop a class with 70% refund https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51644 Wed, Jan 23, 2019 08:00 am -0500 Martin Luther King's Day Celebration at JWL https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51816 <p> The James White Library (JWL) has organized a week-long display of information items to mark the MLK's Day from Jan.21-25.&nbsp; Our display covers the following themes: Civil Rights Movement; Unity &amp; Peace; Non-Violent Resistance; and Racial Equality in the U.S.&nbsp;</p> <p> Come and share your dream with us through the &quot;I have a Dream&quot; kiosk that will be made available at the main lobby of James White Library the same week.</p> <p> You are all welcome!</p> Wed, Jan 23, 2019 08:00 am -0500 AU Cardinals v. Silver Lake College https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/50787 <p> The Andrews University Women's Basketball Team will play Silver Lake College.</p> Wed, Jan 23, 2019 05:30 pm -0500 AU Cardinals v. Silver Lake College https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/50760 <p> The Andrews University Men's Basketball Team will play Silver Lake College</p> Wed, Jan 23, 2019 07:30 pm -0500 Grown: QPR 101 https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51796 <p> Learn the basics of how to determine if a friend or family member is suicidal and what to do about it.</p> Wed, Jan 23, 2019 07:30 pm -0500 Martin Luther King's Day Celebration at JWL https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51816 <p> The James White Library (JWL) has organized a week-long display of information items to mark the MLK's Day from Jan.21-25.&nbsp; Our display covers the following themes: Civil Rights Movement; Unity &amp; Peace; Non-Violent Resistance; and Racial Equality in the U.S.&nbsp;</p> <p> Come and share your dream with us through the &quot;I have a Dream&quot; kiosk that will be made available at the main lobby of James White Library the same week.</p> <p> You are all welcome!</p> Thu, Jan 24, 2019 08:00 am -0500 Chapel: Maurice (Reece) Valentine III https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/50307 <p> <strong>Maurice (Reece) Valentine III </strong>is a product manager for Video Services at Sprint. As an Adventist working in the delivery of entertainment to nearly 60 million mobile connections, he has managed major relationships such as Starz, Sling TV and DraftKings.</p> Thu, Jan 24, 2019 11:30 am -0500 Tea Time at James White Library https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51757 <p> We invite library patrons to join the faculty and staff at James White Library for tea time every Thursday from 2&ndash;4 p.m. Come and let's chat&nbsp;and get to know each other better. The more we know about you, the more we're able to assess your information needs and the better our information services to you.</p> Thu, Jan 24, 2019 02:00 pm -0500 Joint Worship https://www.andrews.edu/agenda/51800 <p> A co-ed worship program in Meier Hall.</p> Thu, Jan 24, 2019 09:30 pm -0500