Friday, September 15, 2017 – 12:00 PM
Stuver has worked with BANDALOOP—a pioneer in vertical dance—for nearly two decades, touring worldwide. As a dancer, he has also performed his own work and with other companies in Dublin, Berlin, New York, and San Francisco. He currently works as a writer and puppeteer in LA. Stuver’s talk will focus on his professional journey, and how being open to other, possibly unexpected, disciplines, forms, and experiences has shaped his career path.
Now, HARD Goals are not SMART Goals. HARD Goals are Heartfelt, Animated, Required and Difficult. Unlike achievable and realistic goals that leave you stuck in the status-quo, HARD Goals light up the brain and encourage great performance. Click here to learn how to set your personal HARD goals this semester!
2017 IRTS MULTICULTURAL MEDIA CAREER WORKSHOP
Thursday, October 12 & Friday, October 13
APPLICATIONS DUE: Wednesday, September 6
APPLY NOW to secure your seat! Conferees will be selected on a rolling basis.
Now in its 33rd year, the IRTS Multicultural Career Workshop is a two-day conference that continues to be singled out by human resource professionals as one of the best places to find skilled students and recent graduates for job and internship opportunities.
Conferees who plan to travel from a long distance are encouraged to apply for a limited number of Accommodations Grants. The Workshop application will allow you to indicate if you are interested receiving this grant.
COST: Participants attend workshop events free-of-charge.
ELIGIBILITY: Requirements – Juniors, seniors, graduate students and recent graduates with outstanding academic records and extra-curricular experience are encouraged to compete for participation in the Workshop.
Presidential Fellow in Innovation Job Description
The Ron and Jessica Liebowitz Fund for Innovation (FFI) was established to provide support for experimental and unconventional projects which have the potential to create lasting, positive change and strengthen the Middlebury experience. This position reports to the Director of Special Projects in the Office of the Provost and provides full time support to the FFI, which includes assisting in outreach and communications, providing administrative support to the Fund Advisory Board, helping with project management, and long-term planning. Fellows will work with staff from appropriate offices to support these activities. In addition, the fellows may provide part-time support for related projects in other offices.
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, click here!