Friday, November 20, 2009
The tournament is scheduled for Thursday, December 3 beginning at 1:00 pm in the multi-purpose room. Cost for the event is $2.00 + 1 can of food. (All proceeds will be used to purchase more food.) For more info please contact the Student Activities office in room 1407, call at 304-424-8309 or email; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, November 9, 2009
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
The workshop is open to anyone interested in the actual history of gospel music, diction, articulation, intonation, range, dynamics and a call and response selection. It will also help to nuture your spirituality.
Donnie Gresby, a retired educator and musician from Charleston will facilitate. There is a registration fee of $7.00, which will be used to cover the cost of materials. All are welcome.
For more information or to register, call the Voices at (304) 834-2107.
Monday, October 19, 2009
Monday, October 12, 2009
In the spring of 2003, three young filmmakers traveled to Africa in search of a story. What started out as a filmmaking adventure transformed into much more when these boys from Southern California discovered a tragedy that disgusted and inspired them, a tragedy where children are both the weapons and the victims.
After returning to the States, they created the documentary "Invisible Children: Rough Cut," a film that exposes the tragic realities of northern Uganda.s night commuters and child soldiers.
The film was originally shown to friends and family, but has now been seen by millions of people. The overwhelming response has been, "How can I help?" To answer this question, the non-profit Invisible Children, Inc. was created, giving compassionate individuals an effective way to respond to the situation.
Who We Are
We are storytellers. We are visionaries, humanitarians, artists, and entrepreneurs. We are individuals part of a generation eager for change and willing to pursue it.
As a non-profit we work to transform apathy into activism. By documenting the lives of those living in regions of conflict and injustice, we hope to educate and inspire individuals in the Western world to use their unique voice for change. Our media creates an opportunity for people to become part of a grassroots movement that intelligently responds to what.s happening in the world.
But our work extends beyond our borders. In war-affected regions we focus on long-term development, working directly with individuals and institutions that are eager to realize their full potential. Through education and innovative economic opportunities, we partner with affected communities and strive to improve the quality of life for individuals living in conflict and post-conflict regions.
How We Make a Difference
Our approach to humanitarian work is founded in the strength and intelligence of the Ugandan community. We learned early on it was not only important but essential to heed the wisdom of people that had not only lived in the war, but were surviving it. People who would know better than anyone what the greatest needs were and the best ways to meet them. What we came to find is that while there have been many efforts to address the issues that stem from living and fighting in such a long-lasting war, the people of Uganda are asking for a future beyond the conflict.
Their pleas have become our development strategy.
All of our programming is a partnership between those of us at Invisible Children and those in the Ugandan community. We focus on long-term goals that enable children to take responsibility for their future and the future of their country. Our programs are carefully researched and developed initiatives that address the need for quality education, mentorships, the redevelopment of schools, resettlement from the camps, and financial stability.
The Black Hare Renaissance FaireThe Black Hare Renaissance Faire is a first year faire located in Jackson County, West Virginia. It is being sponsored by Carbon 12, a local 4-H group dedicated to promoting theatrical arts. The masterminds behind the fair are a group of like-minded individuals that include Carbon12 , faculty and students of West Virginia University at Parkersburg, staff from local public schools, and regional branches of the Society for Creative Anachronism. The scholars associated with this project will be drawn from the aforementioned groups, as well as incorporating expert craftsman and artisans. This is our second year for the faire. Our events will span one day again this year but interest is growing. However this one day will have a continuous stream of activity. We plan to have multiple events going on simultaneously in order for our attendees to have various options in what they wish to experience. We have finalized several events in the categories of live entertainment, combat, food, artisans, historical reenactments, and children’s activities.
Offerings at the FaireHeavy Weapons, Archery, Thrown Weapons, Period Food, Living Chess Match, Children’s Area and Activities, fire breathing, juggling and much more. (A complete list and schedule will soon follow as the event draws near).
The Important DetailsLocation: Jackson County Junior Fair Grounds Date: October 24 Directions: Info here. Email Us: email@example.com
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Thursday, October 1, 2009
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Monday, September 14, 2009
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Thursday, September 3, 2009
We will kick off the week by making your own Camo T'shirt - tie dye style. On Wednesday don't miss free food - cookout and all the static displays presented by area services. Thursday we'll be giving away Freedom bracelets and finally on Friday we remember Sept. 11.
Monday, August 31, 2009
Friday, August 28, 2009
Friday, August 21, 2009
Be sure to stop by the cafeteria on Monday & Tuesday from 11 – 1 for some giveaways. Also stop by the GIANT Poster sale taking place in the Multi-Purpose room on Wednesday from 10am – 6pm. SGA is hosting an Ice Cream Social on Wednesday as well from 11 – 12:15. This is as good a time as any to begin making new friends and getting to know some of your instructors.
Once again, WELCOME, and good luck.
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Special thank you to Jeff Wilbur (Director of the WVU Parkersburg Computer Center)and the good folks at; The Business Technology Center and Hewlitt Packard for making this cookout possible.
Come on in, get fit and have fun doing it.
Thursday, June 11 - Yoga
Monday, June 15 - Interval Training (bring weights if you have them)
Wednesday, June 17 - Yoga
Monday, June 22 - Interval Training (bring weights)
Wednesday, June 24 - Yoga
Monday, June 29 - Interval Training (bring weights)
Wednesday, July 1 - Core Curriculum (Yoga/Pilates Fusion class)
Monday, July 6 - Interval Training
Wednesday, July 8 - Yoga
Monday, July 20 - Interval Training
Thursday, July 23 - Yoga
Monday, July 27 - Interval Training
Wednesday, July 29 - Core Curriculum
Thursday, Aug. 6 - Interval Training
Monday, Aug. 10 - Interval Training
Wednesday, Aug. 12 - Yoga
Classes begin at 4:00pm.
Interval Training classes will be a combination of the various types of cardio exercise (ex. Kickboxing, Step) with intervals of strength training.
A few sets of weights are available to participants without them.
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
President Teresa Wamer
Vice President Courtney Watson
Vice President of Jackson County Center Amber Southall
Secretary Kevin Kieffer
Senior Senator Janet Willis
Junior Senator Julie Amos
Sophomore Senator Codey Cantrell
Senators at Large Sarah Breeden
Jackson County Senator Michele Baldwin
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Collapsing Beneath the Weight, Liecus, The Torture Store & Severed Chains.
Rock a Wish
Friday, May 1st 2009
7-10 pm doors open at 6:00 pm
$5 at the door - children 10 and under $3 – All ages show
100% of all ticket sales benefit Bikers United for Make a Wish (supports Make a Wish kids in this area)
Alpha Omega Ramps and Board Shop Skate Team will have a skate demo starting at 6:00 pm outside in front of the Multipurpose Room - aoramps.com (304)375-9181
Monday, April 6, 2009
Interested students, faculty, and staff (plus your friends and relatives) are invited to participate in a college-sponsored daytime field trip to the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine on Friday, May 1. A portion of the transportation cost (via school bus owned by Parkersburg Catholic High School) will be covered by the Social Justice Committee. The charge to reserve a seat on the bus will be only $10 per person. Upon arrival in Beckley, each traveler will pay for his or her own lunch at a fast food restaurant and will be required to pay for his or her tour ticket, at the group rate of $14 each (adults 18 and over).
The tour ticket will include a ride through an authentic 1800s coal mine (1,500 feet beneath the surface) and a guided tour of the restored coal camp that features a church, museum, miner's cottage, country school, and a superintendent's residence. Also included will be a guided tour of the Mountain Homestead, which is part of The Youth Museum of Southern West Virginia. The group will have the opportunity to visit the coal museum, gift shop and fudgery before leaving the grounds.
The bus will depart WVU at Parkersburg at 8:45 a.m. on Friday, May 1, and will pick up passengers at the Jackson County Center at 9:30 a.m. It is estimated that the group will return by about 5:15 p.m. at the Jackson County Center and by about 6:00 p.m. at the Parkersburg campus.
For additional information about how to reserve a seat on the bus, go to www.wvup.edu/socialjustice. Deadline for reservations is April 20.
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Monday, March 16, 2009
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
The Student Government Association at West Virginia University at Parkersburg is hosting a fund raising event on Saturday March 14....Mental Mayhem, or for those of you less informed - Big TIME Wrasslin'. Tickets are available in the WVUP Business Office, online at AWAMWA.COM and at the door. Student ticket price is $8.00, general admission is $10.00, all children under the age of 5 are free. A snack bar with hot dogs, nacho's, popcorn and soft drinks will be open.
Doors open at 6pm, bell time 7pm. Proceeds to benefit the WVUP SGA's Relay for Life, MS Walk and Make-A-Wish foundation teams.
Come out and see what all the shouting is about!
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
The goal of Neuman's Theory is to provide a wholistic overview of the physiological, psychological, sociocultural, and developmental aspects of human beings. Faculty and students in the areas of health sciences and psychology will find this lecture particularly interesting. Neuman is an RN who received a BS in Nursing and a Masters in Mental Health, Public Health Consultation from UCLA, and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Pacific Western University. She developed the Neuman Systems Model in 1970 at the University of California, Los Angeles.
This distinguished lecture is being co-sponsored by WVU at Parkersburg and the Counseling and Wellness Center, PLLC, in observance of Women's History Month.
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Presenter: Dr. Becky L. Morrow, Veterinarian
Assistant Professor Duquesne University
Presentation Title: A Day in the Virtual Veterinary Hospital
For more information, please contact Garnet Crites, 424-8299.
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Monday, February 9, 2009
Wednesday February 25, 2009,
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Friday, January 9, 2009
For more info please contact Jeff Byrd at 424-8295.