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Location:
LBJ Student Center
Rooms TBD
; Ballroom and TBD
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Melanie Liddle
Honors College
ugresearch@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Conference runs April 24-26, 2019

The Undergraduate Research Conference provides a venue for students to present their Honors theses to the academic and university communities. Along with providing leadership development for students in presentation skills, the conference is a celebration of the culmination of students' self-driven academic projects. 

Two and a half days of Honors thesis presentations followed by an undergraduate research poster session. Poster session open to all undergraduates. Submission deadline is Monday, March 25, 2019. See link below.

Website
Undergraduate Research Conference
 
What to Expect

Inspiration and the spirit of academic curiosity for students, faculty, staff, and members of the community.

Areas of Exploration
Teaching + Learning
Creative Arts
Research + Scholarship
 
 
more about event
Location:
LBJ Student Center
Rooms TBD
; Ballroom and TBD
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Melanie Liddle
Honors College
ugresearch@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Conference runs April 24-26, 2019

The Undergraduate Research Conference provides a venue for students to present their Honors theses to the academic and university communities. Along with providing leadership development for students in presentation skills, the conference is a celebration of the culmination of students' self-driven academic projects. 

Two and a half days of Honors thesis presentations followed by an undergraduate research poster session. Poster session open to all undergraduates. Submission deadline is Monday, March 25, 2019. See link below.

Website
Undergraduate Research Conference
 
What to Expect

Inspiration and the spirit of academic curiosity for students, faculty, staff, and members of the community.

Areas of Exploration
Teaching + Learning
Creative Arts
Research + Scholarship
 
 
more about event
Location:
LBJ Student Center
Rooms TBD
; Ballroom and TBD
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Melanie Liddle
Honors College
ugresearch@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Conference runs April 24-26, 2019

The Undergraduate Research Conference provides a venue for students to present their Honors theses to the academic and university communities. Along with providing leadership development for students in presentation skills, the conference is a celebration of the culmination of students' self-driven academic projects. 

Two and a half days of Honors thesis presentations followed by an undergraduate research poster session. Poster session open to all undergraduates. Submission deadline is Monday, March 25, 2019. See link below.

Website
Undergraduate Research Conference
 
What to Expect

Inspiration and the spirit of academic curiosity for students, faculty, staff, and members of the community.

Areas of Exploration
Teaching + Learning
Creative Arts
Research + Scholarship
 
 
more about event
Location:
LBJ Student Center Ballroom
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Melanie Liddle
Honors College
ugresearch@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Poster Session

The Undergraduate Research Conference provides a venue for students to present their Honors theses to the academic and university communities. Along with providing leadership development for students in presentation skills, the conference is a celebration of the culmination of students' self-driven academic projects. 

Two and a half days of Honors thesis presentations followed by an undergraduate research poster session. Poster session open to all undergraduates. Submission deadline is Monday, March 25, 2019. See link below.

Website
Undergraduate Research Conference
 
What to Expect

Inspiration and the spirit of academic curiosity for students, faculty, staff, and members of the community.

Areas of Exploration
Teaching + Learning
Creative Arts
Research + Scholarship
 
 
more about event

Common Experience Upcoming Events

Location:
Alkek Library
Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
; Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Julie Westerlund
Department of Biology
jw33@txstate.edu
512.560.8276
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience
This exhibition runs April 1 to May 31, 2019

San Marcos artist Michael Hannon combines poetry, calligraphy and drawings into one piece. His interests include a wide variety of traditions where text and pictures meet, from medieval illuminated manuscripts, through Persian miniature painting, to William Blake’s illuminated printing, to the Chinese (and wider Asian) tradition of paintings with poems and sometimes other texts. The Chinese idea of “the three perfections,” namely calligraphy, poetry, and painting (usually ranked in this order), has always appealed to Hannon, and this idea has influenced his practice. In this tradition, to be a complete artist, one must master (to varying degrees) all three of these arts. Audiences can see Hannon's art working out of this idea, whether in books, paintings, or other works, such as pop-up cards.

What to Expect
Innovative artwork combining verse, calligraphy, and drawing.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts
Community Partners
 
 
more about event
Location:
LBJ Student Center
Rooms TBD
; Ballroom and TBD
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Melanie Liddle
Honors College
ugresearch@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Conference runs April 24-26, 2019

The Undergraduate Research Conference provides a venue for students to present their Honors theses to the academic and university communities. Along with providing leadership development for students in presentation skills, the conference is a celebration of the culmination of students' self-driven academic projects. 

Two and a half days of Honors thesis presentations followed by an undergraduate research poster session. Poster session open to all undergraduates. Submission deadline is Monday, March 25, 2019. See link below.

Website
Undergraduate Research Conference
 
What to Expect

Inspiration and the spirit of academic curiosity for students, faculty, staff, and members of the community.

Areas of Exploration
Teaching + Learning
Creative Arts
Research + Scholarship
 
 
more about event

Location:
Gallery of the Common Experience
Lampasas Hall, 4th Floor
; Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Tafari Robertson
Curator, Gallery of the Common Experience
cegallery@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Gallery of the Common Experience
Exhibition runs April 11 to May 6, 2019

The Gallery of the Common Experience presents its second Spring 2019 exhibition: People First. Conversations on innovation often highlight the newest, most exciting advances in technology that are ultimately inaccessible to already under-resourced communities. Furthermore, institutions that are directly detrimental to people have also been among the primary innovators to consider their economics. Nonetheless, art allows us a space to communicate the ways we can imagine things differently. This exhibition includes a range of works from analogue installations to physical zines and digital art that engage the space with human-centered ideals. People First considers the fundamental drive to innovate but prioritizes the voices of all people.

What to Expect
Innovative and imaginative approaches in multiple mediums, including both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works by students and local artists.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts

Website
» Gallery of the Common Experience
 
 
more about event
Location:
Alkek Library
Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
; Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Julie Westerlund
Department of Biology
jw33@txstate.edu
512.560.8276
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience
This exhibition runs April 1 to May 31, 2019

San Marcos artist Michael Hannon combines poetry, calligraphy and drawings into one piece. His interests include a wide variety of traditions where text and pictures meet, from medieval illuminated manuscripts, through Persian miniature painting, to William Blake’s illuminated printing, to the Chinese (and wider Asian) tradition of paintings with poems and sometimes other texts. The Chinese idea of “the three perfections,” namely calligraphy, poetry, and painting (usually ranked in this order), has always appealed to Hannon, and this idea has influenced his practice. In this tradition, to be a complete artist, one must master (to varying degrees) all three of these arts. Audiences can see Hannon's art working out of this idea, whether in books, paintings, or other works, such as pop-up cards.

What to Expect
Innovative artwork combining verse, calligraphy, and drawing.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts
Community Partners
 
 
more about event
Location:
LBJ Student Center
Rooms TBD
; Ballroom and TBD
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Melanie Liddle
Honors College
ugresearch@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Conference runs April 24-26, 2019

The Undergraduate Research Conference provides a venue for students to present their Honors theses to the academic and university communities. Along with providing leadership development for students in presentation skills, the conference is a celebration of the culmination of students' self-driven academic projects. 

Two and a half days of Honors thesis presentations followed by an undergraduate research poster session. Poster session open to all undergraduates. Submission deadline is Monday, March 25, 2019. See link below.

Website
Undergraduate Research Conference
 
What to Expect

Inspiration and the spirit of academic curiosity for students, faculty, staff, and members of the community.

Areas of Exploration
Teaching + Learning
Creative Arts
Research + Scholarship
 
 
more about event

Location:
Gallery of the Common Experience
Lampasas Hall, 4th Floor
; Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Tafari Robertson
Curator, Gallery of the Common Experience
cegallery@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Gallery of the Common Experience
Exhibition runs April 11 to May 6, 2019

The Gallery of the Common Experience presents its second Spring 2019 exhibition: People First. Conversations on innovation often highlight the newest, most exciting advances in technology that are ultimately inaccessible to already under-resourced communities. Furthermore, institutions that are directly detrimental to people have also been among the primary innovators to consider their economics. Nonetheless, art allows us a space to communicate the ways we can imagine things differently. This exhibition includes a range of works from analogue installations to physical zines and digital art that engage the space with human-centered ideals. People First considers the fundamental drive to innovate but prioritizes the voices of all people.

What to Expect
Innovative and imaginative approaches in multiple mediums, including both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works by students and local artists.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts

Website
» Gallery of the Common Experience
 
 
more about event
Location:
Alkek Library
Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
; Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Julie Westerlund
Department of Biology
jw33@txstate.edu
512.560.8276
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience
This exhibition runs April 1 to May 31, 2019

San Marcos artist Michael Hannon combines poetry, calligraphy and drawings into one piece. His interests include a wide variety of traditions where text and pictures meet, from medieval illuminated manuscripts, through Persian miniature painting, to William Blake’s illuminated printing, to the Chinese (and wider Asian) tradition of paintings with poems and sometimes other texts. The Chinese idea of “the three perfections,” namely calligraphy, poetry, and painting (usually ranked in this order), has always appealed to Hannon, and this idea has influenced his practice. In this tradition, to be a complete artist, one must master (to varying degrees) all three of these arts. Audiences can see Hannon's art working out of this idea, whether in books, paintings, or other works, such as pop-up cards.

What to Expect
Innovative artwork combining verse, calligraphy, and drawing.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts
Community Partners
 
 
more about event
Location:
LBJ Student Center
Rooms TBD
; Ballroom and TBD
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Melanie Liddle
Honors College
ugresearch@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Conference runs April 24-26, 2019

The Undergraduate Research Conference provides a venue for students to present their Honors theses to the academic and university communities. Along with providing leadership development for students in presentation skills, the conference is a celebration of the culmination of students' self-driven academic projects. 

Two and a half days of Honors thesis presentations followed by an undergraduate research poster session. Poster session open to all undergraduates. Submission deadline is Monday, March 25, 2019. See link below.

Website
Undergraduate Research Conference
 
What to Expect

Inspiration and the spirit of academic curiosity for students, faculty, staff, and members of the community.

Areas of Exploration
Teaching + Learning
Creative Arts
Research + Scholarship
 
 
more about event

Location:
Gallery of the Common Experience
Lampasas Hall, 4th Floor
; Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Tafari Robertson
Curator, Gallery of the Common Experience
cegallery@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Gallery of the Common Experience
Exhibition runs April 11 to May 6, 2019

The Gallery of the Common Experience presents its second Spring 2019 exhibition: People First. Conversations on innovation often highlight the newest, most exciting advances in technology that are ultimately inaccessible to already under-resourced communities. Furthermore, institutions that are directly detrimental to people have also been among the primary innovators to consider their economics. Nonetheless, art allows us a space to communicate the ways we can imagine things differently. This exhibition includes a range of works from analogue installations to physical zines and digital art that engage the space with human-centered ideals. People First considers the fundamental drive to innovate but prioritizes the voices of all people.

What to Expect
Innovative and imaginative approaches in multiple mediums, including both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works by students and local artists.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts

Website
» Gallery of the Common Experience
 
 
more about event
Location:
LBJ Student Center Ballroom
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Melanie Liddle
Honors College
ugresearch@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Poster Session

The Undergraduate Research Conference provides a venue for students to present their Honors theses to the academic and university communities. Along with providing leadership development for students in presentation skills, the conference is a celebration of the culmination of students' self-driven academic projects. 

Two and a half days of Honors thesis presentations followed by an undergraduate research poster session. Poster session open to all undergraduates. Submission deadline is Monday, March 25, 2019. See link below.

Website
Undergraduate Research Conference
 
What to Expect

Inspiration and the spirit of academic curiosity for students, faculty, staff, and members of the community.

Areas of Exploration
Teaching + Learning
Creative Arts
Research + Scholarship
 
 
more about event

Location:
Education Building
301 Moon Street
Texas State University
; Rooms will vary by session
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Shaunna Smith
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
shaunna_smith@txstate.edu
512.245.4377
Campus Sponsor:
College of Education
» Conference registration required

Texas State University’s Educational Technology Program invites attendees to the EdTech 2019 Conference, which is open to everyone. The conference will be held at the College of Education on the San Marcos campus with sessions focused on the theme, "Play, Discover, Collaborate." The goal is to encourage educators to come "play" with the latest tools in EdTech, "discover" new ways to use technology to support teaching and learning in their classroom, and "collaborate" with like-minded educators. All presentations will emphasize interactivity, best practices, classroom-relevant examples, and hands-on activities. The conference is free and attendees will receive CPE credit hours. There will be free breakfast, snacks, and door prizes.

What to Expect
Opportunities to grow as innovative educators.

Areas of Exploration
Teaching + Learning
Creative Arts
Research + Scholarship
Community Partners

Website (includes parking)
» EdTech 2019 Conference
 
 
more about event
Location:
Alkek Library
Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
; Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Julie Westerlund
Department of Biology
jw33@txstate.edu
512.560.8276
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience
This exhibition runs April 1 to May 31, 2019

San Marcos artist Michael Hannon combines poetry, calligraphy and drawings into one piece. His interests include a wide variety of traditions where text and pictures meet, from medieval illuminated manuscripts, through Persian miniature painting, to William Blake’s illuminated printing, to the Chinese (and wider Asian) tradition of paintings with poems and sometimes other texts. The Chinese idea of “the three perfections,” namely calligraphy, poetry, and painting (usually ranked in this order), has always appealed to Hannon, and this idea has influenced his practice. In this tradition, to be a complete artist, one must master (to varying degrees) all three of these arts. Audiences can see Hannon's art working out of this idea, whether in books, paintings, or other works, such as pop-up cards.

What to Expect
Innovative artwork combining verse, calligraphy, and drawing.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts
Community Partners
 
 
more about event
Location:
Alkek Library
Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
; Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Julie Westerlund
Department of Biology
jw33@txstate.edu
512.560.8276
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience
This exhibition runs April 1 to May 31, 2019

San Marcos artist Michael Hannon combines poetry, calligraphy and drawings into one piece. His interests include a wide variety of traditions where text and pictures meet, from medieval illuminated manuscripts, through Persian miniature painting, to William Blake’s illuminated printing, to the Chinese (and wider Asian) tradition of paintings with poems and sometimes other texts. The Chinese idea of “the three perfections,” namely calligraphy, poetry, and painting (usually ranked in this order), has always appealed to Hannon, and this idea has influenced his practice. In this tradition, to be a complete artist, one must master (to varying degrees) all three of these arts. Audiences can see Hannon's art working out of this idea, whether in books, paintings, or other works, such as pop-up cards.

What to Expect
Innovative artwork combining verse, calligraphy, and drawing.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts
Community Partners
 
 
more about event
Location:
Alkek Library
Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
; Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Julie Westerlund
Department of Biology
jw33@txstate.edu
512.560.8276
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience
This exhibition runs April 1 to May 31, 2019

San Marcos artist Michael Hannon combines poetry, calligraphy and drawings into one piece. His interests include a wide variety of traditions where text and pictures meet, from medieval illuminated manuscripts, through Persian miniature painting, to William Blake’s illuminated printing, to the Chinese (and wider Asian) tradition of paintings with poems and sometimes other texts. The Chinese idea of “the three perfections,” namely calligraphy, poetry, and painting (usually ranked in this order), has always appealed to Hannon, and this idea has influenced his practice. In this tradition, to be a complete artist, one must master (to varying degrees) all three of these arts. Audiences can see Hannon's art working out of this idea, whether in books, paintings, or other works, such as pop-up cards.

What to Expect
Innovative artwork combining verse, calligraphy, and drawing.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts
Community Partners
 
 
more about event

Location:
Gallery of the Common Experience
Lampasas Hall, 4th Floor
; Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Tafari Robertson
Curator, Gallery of the Common Experience
cegallery@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Gallery of the Common Experience
Exhibition runs April 11 to May 6, 2019

The Gallery of the Common Experience presents its second Spring 2019 exhibition: People First. Conversations on innovation often highlight the newest, most exciting advances in technology that are ultimately inaccessible to already under-resourced communities. Furthermore, institutions that are directly detrimental to people have also been among the primary innovators to consider their economics. Nonetheless, art allows us a space to communicate the ways we can imagine things differently. This exhibition includes a range of works from analogue installations to physical zines and digital art that engage the space with human-centered ideals. People First considers the fundamental drive to innovate but prioritizes the voices of all people.

What to Expect
Innovative and imaginative approaches in multiple mediums, including both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works by students and local artists.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts

Website
» Gallery of the Common Experience
 
 
more about event
Location:
Alkek Library
Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
; Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Julie Westerlund
Department of Biology
jw33@txstate.edu
512.560.8276
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience
This exhibition runs April 1 to May 31, 2019

San Marcos artist Michael Hannon combines poetry, calligraphy and drawings into one piece. His interests include a wide variety of traditions where text and pictures meet, from medieval illuminated manuscripts, through Persian miniature painting, to William Blake’s illuminated printing, to the Chinese (and wider Asian) tradition of paintings with poems and sometimes other texts. The Chinese idea of “the three perfections,” namely calligraphy, poetry, and painting (usually ranked in this order), has always appealed to Hannon, and this idea has influenced his practice. In this tradition, to be a complete artist, one must master (to varying degrees) all three of these arts. Audiences can see Hannon's art working out of this idea, whether in books, paintings, or other works, such as pop-up cards.

What to Expect
Innovative artwork combining verse, calligraphy, and drawing.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts
Community Partners
 
 
more about event

Location:
Gallery of the Common Experience
Lampasas Hall, 4th Floor
; Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Tafari Robertson
Curator, Gallery of the Common Experience
cegallery@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Gallery of the Common Experience
Exhibition runs April 11 to May 6, 2019

The Gallery of the Common Experience presents its second Spring 2019 exhibition: People First. Conversations on innovation often highlight the newest, most exciting advances in technology that are ultimately inaccessible to already under-resourced communities. Furthermore, institutions that are directly detrimental to people have also been among the primary innovators to consider their economics. Nonetheless, art allows us a space to communicate the ways we can imagine things differently. This exhibition includes a range of works from analogue installations to physical zines and digital art that engage the space with human-centered ideals. People First considers the fundamental drive to innovate but prioritizes the voices of all people.

What to Expect
Innovative and imaginative approaches in multiple mediums, including both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works by students and local artists.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts

Website
» Gallery of the Common Experience
 
 
more about event
Location:
Alkek Library
Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
; Main Floor, glass exhibition cases
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Julie Westerlund
Department of Biology
jw33@txstate.edu
512.560.8276
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience
This exhibition runs April 1 to May 31, 2019

San Marcos artist Michael Hannon combines poetry, calligraphy and drawings into one piece. His interests include a wide variety of traditions where text and pictures meet, from medieval illuminated manuscripts, through Persian miniature painting, to William Blake’s illuminated printing, to the Chinese (and wider Asian) tradition of paintings with poems and sometimes other texts. The Chinese idea of “the three perfections,” namely calligraphy, poetry, and painting (usually ranked in this order), has always appealed to Hannon, and this idea has influenced his practice. In this tradition, to be a complete artist, one must master (to varying degrees) all three of these arts. Audiences can see Hannon's art working out of this idea, whether in books, paintings, or other works, such as pop-up cards.

What to Expect
Innovative artwork combining verse, calligraphy, and drawing.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts
Community Partners
 
 
more about event
Location:
Gallery of the Common Experience
Lampasas Hall, 4th Floor
; Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Tafari Robertson
Curator, Gallery of the Common Experience
cegallery@txstate.edu
512.245.2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College, Gallery of the Common Experience
Exhibition runs April 11 to May 6, 2019

The Gallery of the Common Experience presents its second Spring 2019 exhibition: People First. Conversations on innovation often highlight the newest, most exciting advances in technology that are ultimately inaccessible to already under-resourced communities. Furthermore, institutions that are directly detrimental to people have also been among the primary innovators to consider their economics. Nonetheless, art allows us a space to communicate the ways we can imagine things differently. This exhibition includes a range of works from analogue installations to physical zines and digital art that engage the space with human-centered ideals. People First considers the fundamental drive to innovate but prioritizes the voices of all people.

What to Expect
Innovative and imaginative approaches in multiple mediums, including both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works by students and local artists.

Areas of Exploration
Creative Arts

Website
» Gallery of the Common Experience
 
 
more about event

Location:
Various locations in Comal Building and Flowers Hall
Texas State University
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Aimee Roundtree
Associate Dean of Research, College of Liberal Arts
akr@txstate.edu
512.245.2317
Campus Sponsor:
College of Liberal Arts
The College of Liberal Arts Research Expo will feature innovative research and scholarship by undergraduates in the humanities and social sciences.

What to Expect
An inspiring showcase of student research, highlighting the innumerable areas of academic exploration at Texas State.

Areas of Exploration
Teaching + Learning
Research + Scholarship

Website
College of Liberal Arts
 
 
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Location:
LBJ Student Center, Rooms 3-7.1 and 3-14.1; Healing Arts 4-8 p.m. in LBJSC 3-7.1 / Movement Therapy 5-6:15 p.m. in LBJSC 3-14.1
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Harlan Ballard
Office of Disability Services
h_b168@txstate.edu
512.245.4541
Campus Sponsor:
Office of Disability Services

The Healing Arts program is designed to encourage self-discovery, self-expression and self-awareness through creativity and innovation. Art-based interventions show evidence of effectiveness in reducing adverse physiological and psychological outcomes. The Healing Arts program strengthens the connections among learning, creativity, and innovation. All areas in education — and life, for that matter — involve creativity, ingenuity, and innovation, and through engagement with the arts, participants understand those connections.

Healing Arts talk and work session will be held 4-8 p.m. in LBJSC room 3-7.1. Co-facilitated by Dr. Shay Harris, Department of Counseling, Leadership, Adult Education and School Psychology (CLAS), and Dr. Harlan Ballard, Office of Disability Services.

Movement Therapy will be held 5-6:15 p.m. in LJBSC room 3-14.1. Co-facilitated by Pat Stone, Department of Theatre and Dance, and by Amber Cantu, Office of Disability Services.

What to Expect
Innovative strategies for decreasing anxiety, depression and stress in campus life.

Areas of Exploration
Teaching + Learning
Creative Arts

Website
» Office of Disability Services
 
 

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Location:
Undergraduate Academic Center (UAC)
Main Lobby and Conference Room 124
; Main Lobby and Conference Room 124
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Sara Mitschke
Design for America (DFA) Texas State
s_m421@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Communication Design Program
Design for America (DFA) will be hosting a design expo to showcase their design process and the work they have been doing this semester to improve mental health for high school students in San Marcos.

DFA Texas State is a team of students working to tackle social challenges in the areas of health, education, and environment — creating impact through innovation. Design for America is driven by human-centered design that discovers areas where we can make a difference in the community. Design for American creates impact through learning, empathy, collaboration, leadership, and creativity — believing that students have the capacity to take on any challenge and make an impact while still studying to become the future leaders of change.

What to Expect
Follow the human-centered design process through various design stations and interactions with design innovators.

Areas of Exploration
Teaching + Learning
Creative Arts

Website
» DFA Texas State
 
 
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