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All Topics (December 9 through February 27)

Monday, December 10

All Day | SEDSG Holiday Party

6:00 PM | Graduate Information Session

Tuesday, December 11

12:00 PM | Blackboard 9 Training Workshop

2:00 PM | Lynne Richer

Wednesday, December 12

1:00 PM | Lisa O'Brien

4:30 PM | A Walk Through BU's History: Perspectives from 1880-1990

Thursday, December 13

4:00 PM | Adjunct Faculty Appreciation Reception

Friday, December 14

All Day | The Joan Dee & Boyd Dewey Book Award - Application Deadline

Wednesday, January 16

9:30 AM | Faculty Assembly Meeting

3:00 PM | GSA Social Hour

Thursday, January 24

7:00 PM | GSA Social Hour

Monday, January 28

3:00 PM | GSA Social Hour

Wednesday, February 6

9:30 AM | Faculty Assembly Meeting

Friday, February 8

All Day | Winterfest

Tuesday, February 12

3:00 PM | GSA Social Hour

Wednesday, February 13

10:30 AM | Spring Career Expo

Friday, February 15

5:30 PM | Junior Pinning Ceremony

Thursday, February 21

1:00 PM | Mindfulness Meditation Training for Tennis Athletes

Monday, February 25

7:00 PM | Wellness Week

Tuesday, February 26

7:00 PM | Wellness Week

Wednesday, February 27

1:00 PM | Wellness Week

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