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Events in January 2013

  • January 19, 2013 - January 19 Great Decisions Program: Threat Assessment

    January 19 Great Decisions Program: Threat Assessment

    Speaker: Dr. Alethia Cook, ECU, Department of Political Science will speak on the topic of "Threat Assessment". Rivers West Building Auditorium 105. 10am-Noon. »» More Information

  • January 23, 2013 - Jan. 23. 2:30-4pm. Auditions for Oedipus Rex. Mendenhall Great Room.

    Jan. 23. 2:30-4pm. Auditions for Oedipus Rex. Mendenhall Great Room.

    The ECU Classical Studies Program announces an open call for actors, singers, designers and crew for

    The 2013 Classics Play
    Oedipus Rex
    by Sophocles
    featuring new music by ECU Music professor Mark Richardson

    Auditions will take place Wednesday, January 23, 2:30–4:00 p.m.
    Mendenhall Student Center, Great Rooms (second floor)
    Those wishing to audition for singing roles (Oedipus and Chorus) will be taught the music at the audition.

    All members of the ECU community are invited to participate.
    Performance dates: April 5, 6 and 7, 2013
    Complete information available online

    Participants interested in earning academic credit may enroll in CLAS 3500: Ancient Drama in Performance. (Be sure to do so before the January 18 add deadline!) You need not enroll in the class to participate.

    Send all inquiries to Oedipus Rex director John Given.

  • January 26, 2013 - January 26. Great Decisions Program: China in Africa

    January 26. Great Decisions Program: China in Africa

    Speaker: Dr. Christine Avenarius, ECU, Department of Anthropology will speak on the role of "China in Africa". Rivers West Building Auditorium 105. 10am-Noon. »» More Information

  • January 30, 2013 - Jan. 30. Klaus Becker, "The Competitive Edge: Studying Language for a Career in Global Business." 3:30-4:45. Bate 1028.

    Jan. 30. Klaus Becker, "The Competitive Edge: Studying Language for a Career in Global Business." 3:30-4:45. Bate 1028.

    Wednesday, 30 January, 3:30-4:15 p.m., Bate 1028
    --GUEST LECTURE AND DISCUSSION: Mr. Klaus Becker, President and CEO of NIROSTEEL LLC, will deliver a talk drawing on his experiences in international business, titled
    *"The Competitive Edge: Studying Language for a Career in Global Business."*
    Mr. Becker, who was educated in Germany but now resides in Charlotte, has worked in Italy, Germany, Brazil and the U. S. His talk is being co-sponsored by ECU's College of Business. For more information, please contact Prof. Jones at jonessu@ecu.edu.

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