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Saturday, April 6th

Date Description
Apr 6 05:00 am VUCF Presents: "Gr8 to Don8 8K" Lyman High School
Volunteer with us at the Gr8 to Don8 8K, a walk/run whose funds help support Save 8 and educational programs throughout the state of Florida! Volunteers will be helping assist with registration, handing out water, directing runners/walkers, and cleanup after the 8k. RSVP to Nadira at vucfsave8@ucf.edu.
Apr 6 09:00 am OMGraduation Career Services Experiential Learning CSEL)
Are you a senior and still not sure how to write a resume? Do you think getting a root canal sounds more appealing than going to a job interview? Have you always meant to come into Career Services but never was able to fit the time into your busy schedule? If you find yourself stressed out about any of these questions and more, OMGraduation is for you! OMGraduation is a free event hosted by Career Services. This program will cover everything from resume and cover letters, dining etiquette, networking, salary negotiation, and more! Get all the information you need to know before you graduate in one stop, during a time that is more convenient for your schedule. There will be activities, prizes and free food so don’t miss out! Space is limited, RSVP by email or phone to Laura Crouch.
Apr 6 10:00 am Student Research Week: Exhibit - State of STEAM Art Gallery (VAB)
This daylong exhibit will be on display at the UCF Art Gallery April 5 and 6. The exhibit contains STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) inspired art works (sculptures, paintings, illustrations, posters) created by Visual Arts and Design (VAD) students based on the research of STEM students. The VAD and STEM students will be present to explain their art and research from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at the gallery. An ICubed Project.
Apr 6 10:00 am VUCF Presents: "Spring Celebration" Lake Claire Recreational Area
Come get crafty with the children and families at the Coalition for the Homeless! We will be making arts and crafts as well as enjoying various outdoor activities. We will meet at Lake Claire to carpool at 9:45am. RSVP to Jeanette at vucf_arts@ucf.edu.
Apr 6 10:00 am UCF Trumpet Fest Rehearsal Hall (RH) Auditorium
Activities include Clinics, Vendor Exhibits, and Performances by Guest Artists: Travis Heath - Assistant Professor of Trumpet, Northeaster Illinois Univ. Brian Lych - Grammy Winning Jazz Trumpeter Robert Sullivan - Principal Trumpet, Cincinnati Symphony and Pops Orchestra $20 Adult, $10 Student, Free with UCF ID
Apr 6 10:00 am RWC Lifeguard Tryouts Recreation & Wellness Center (RWC)
Join us Saturday April 6, 2013 from 10am-2pm at the RWC Lap pool for a chance to be a part of the RWC Aquatics Lifeguard staff. Please submit an application, resume and cover letter before tryouts. Past or current lifeguard/cpr/first aid certification required. What to bring: Bathing suit Goggles Pen or pencil
Apr 6 11:00 am Free Lupus Seminar {CEUs available; Public Welcome} Off-Campus
The Lupus Foundation of Florida and UCF College of Nursing are co-hosting the 28th Annual Lupus Awareness Seminar on Saturday, April 6 from 11:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. at Harry P. Leu Gardens (1920 N. Forest Avenue, Orlando). Free registration includes lunch, park admission and parking; Three CEUs for RN/CNS/NP; Registration required. Agenda: • Reducing Heart Disease Risk in Lupus, Linda Jaffe, MD, FAAC, Orlando Health Heart Institute • Complementary Therapies for Lupus, Joyce Burr, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, UCF College of Nursing • The Unique Challenges of Lupus in Children, Ben Thatayatikom, MD, FACR FAAAI, Nemours Children's Hospital To register, go to: https://sites.google.com/site/lffucfseminar/ The seminar is open to the public and its unique format targets health care professionals, as well as lupus patients. Registered nurses, clinical nurse specialists and nurse practitioners will have the opportunity to earn three free continuing education units. In addition, the Martha Manuel Emerson Investigator Grant Award will be presented by the Lupus Foundation to Gabriele Dennen, a UCF College of Nursing student, to support her research, "Assessment of Perinatal Nurses' Knowledge of Antiphospholipid Syndrome and Nursing Management of Pregnant Women with Antiphospholipid Syndrome."
Apr 6 11:30 am VUCF Presents: An Educational Event with Dressed In Hope Lake Claire Recreational Area
Dressed in Hope is a charity whose goal is to provide impoverished children with simple handmade clothing and toys. Come learn about how you can make a difference in a child’s life! To RSVP email Alyssa at vucf_youth@ucf.edu. Please meet at the Lake Claire Community Center.
Apr 6 12:00 pm Global Forum: Sustainability, Engineering and Entrepreneurship Engineering II (ENG2)
Are you interested in renewable energy? Sustainability? Entrepreneurship? Do you want to know how all of these things could be used to catapult developing nations? If so, join Engineers Without Borders at UCF in the viewing of EWB-USA's Global Forum! There will be discussions on:

-Sustainable development
-Entrepreneurial off grid solar power
-Engineering +Community/Partnership development

This event is open to all majors and Refreshments will be provided!

Apr 6 01:00 pm UCF vs. UTEP Softball Stadium (SBS)
Apr 6 01:30 pm VUCF Presents: An event with Dressed in Hope Lake Claire Community Center
Dressed in Hope is a charity whose goal is to provide impoverished children with simple handmade clothing and toys. Come help us create dolls and dresses and make a difference in a child’s life! To RSVP email Alyssa at vucf_youth@ucf.edu. Meet at Lake Claire Community Center.
Apr 6 02:00 pm Women's Tennis - UCF vs. DePaul No Location
Apr 6 07:00 pm Faculty Recital: Jeremy Hunt, Tenor, Steve Chicurel, Piano Rehearsal Hall (RH) Auditorium
Free and Open to the Public
Apr 6 07:00 pm Project Spotlight presents Spring 2013 One Act Festival Theater (TH)
Project Spotlight presents: We will be featuring plays by George Bernard Shaw and others. When: April 4-6 @ 7pm & April 7 @ 2pm Where: Theatre UCF Mianstage Cost: FREE Project Spotlight is an entirely student-run organization dedicated to giving students the opportunity to create pieces of theatre. That means that the directors, stage managers, designers, and actors are all students! This event is the culmination of this semester's production class. *Each play is shown every night*
Apr 6 08:00 pm Titus Andronicus Orlando Shakespeare Theater
$12 student tickets half hour before show/ $10 off all advanced tickets - Shocking, savage, and outrageously entertaining – Titus Andronicus is a cataclysmic cycle of revenge between the families of Titus, the great Roman general, and Tamora, the sadistic Queen of the Goths. Each of their barbarous and diabolical acts begets more brutal acts of retaliation. Theatrically vivid and surprisingly moving, Titus Andronicus is what a summer blockbuster would be if it were written by the world's great genius of language and theater.

Ongoing Events:

Date Description
Apr 2 10:00 am—Apr 10 04:30 pm Universal Knights Tickets Rosen College of Hospitality Management
Attention Rosen Students! Ticket distribution for Universal Knights at the Rosen Campus will start Tuesday, April 2 and conclude on Wednesday, April 10 or until tickets run out on a first come first serve basis. Please do not wait until 4/10 to get your ticket. Stop by the Student Organization office in RM 202B. Office hours are from 10AM-4:30PM
Apr 2 10:00 am—Apr 22 04:30 pm Knights Helping Knights Pantry Rosen College of Hospitality Management
We will be collecting donations for Knights Helping Knights Pantry Drive. Will be collecting donations from 4/2-4/22 in RM 202B Monday-Thursday from 10AM-4:30PM.

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