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Thursday, January 31, 2013
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Wild West Welcomefest Event on Hire-a-Shocker | # Add to my Outlook calendar
11-day event: 1/22/2013 - 2/1/2013
Location: www.wichita.edu/hireashocker

Join Career Services for a fun, informative, event-themed job listing for students to find on the Hire-a-Shocker website. Once students verify that they have viewed the listing, they will receive a prize. Verification will be one of two forms: pull up the job on Hire-a-Shocker in person or bring in a hard copy of the first page of the job listing to 203 Grace Wilkie Hall.

For more information, contact SAC located in Student Involvement, RSC 3rd floor.
Email: sac@wichita.edu
Phone: (316) 978-3022
Website: www.wichita.edu/sac details...

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11:00 AM- 1:00 PM | # Add to my Outlook calendar
Grocery Bingo
Location: RSC 1st Floor Dining Area

Is your fridge looking bare after winter break? Come play Bingo to win groceries!

For more information, contact SAC located in Student Involvement, RSC 3rd floor.
Email: sac@wichita.edu
phone: (316) 978-3022
website: www.wichita.edu/sac
Sponsored by: Student Involvement details...

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11:00 AM- 12:00 PM | # Add to my Outlook calendar
Press Conference: DSI Press Conference
Location: Marcus Welcome Center

The two recipients of the $48,000 Gore Scholarship will be honored at a press conference Jan. 31, 2013. Their family and friends are welcome to attend. The WSU community is invited to attend and offer their congratulations.

For more information, call (316) 978-5697 or email mandy.ronen@wichita.edu.
Open to the public.
Sponsored by Undergraduate Admissions details...

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6:00 PM- 7:30 PM | # Add to my Outlook calendar
"Stocked" Art Historian Talk: Full House: Pop Art, Domesticity, and Consumer Culture
Location: 210 McKnight West, School of Art and Design

Join Dr. Christin J. Mamiya for an illustrated talk, "Full House: Pop Art, Domesticity, and Consumer Culture" about the consumer culture of the 1960s and how pop art developed. What were the factors -- economic, political and social -- that led to the postwar consumer culture that dominates our lives even today? And how did pop art interpret issues that faced consumers of the 1960s? The discussion will focus on the home -- a primary arena for consumer activity -- and the role of women as consumers.

Dr. Christin J. Mamiya is associate dean of the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts and professor of art history at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her scholarship focuses on contemporary American art; she also co-authored the go-to art history textbook, Gardner's "Art Through the Ages," and authored "Pop Art and Consumer Culture: American Grocery Store."

Questions? Contact Teresa Veazey at (316) 978-6462 or email her at ulrich@wichita.edu.

Open to the public. details...

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