Career Services invites you to stop by and take a look at their artwork. It must all go this month! Bids are being placed so come and get your bid in before they are all gone! Contact Angela Carpenter at x7122 or Britt Hopkins at x7120 for more information!
This week is Latino Heritage Week at Trinity International University! We would like to welcome our guest speaker, Noel Castellanos, who is the CEO of the Christian Community Development Association and the founding pastor of Chicago’s La Villita Community Church.
Your Youth will experience violence. How will you help them? Shannon George a social service expert serving in Waukegan will come share on how to recognize violence and how to help victims of violence.
Youth Ministry Connection exists to help Trinity students engaged in Youth Ministry. If you need support contact me at email@example.com
Come get tips on avoiding plagiarism and formatting your papers according to TIU style. Workshop held in the Henry Computer Lab in the library.
Join us in the Lantern Lounge (located in Waybright) to play games, meet new people, and enjoy free food!
TEDS Professor Dr. James Hoffmeier, who authored a book on immigration in 2009, will be discussing the immigration "crisis" tonight at 7:00 p.m. in Hinkson Hall. Come and hear biblical wisdom on this complex and controversial issue and engage in a stimulating discussion afterwards. Chapel credit is available.
Paul Van Der Werf from GoCorps is hosting a pizza lunch on October 17 for college Juniors and Seniors in Melton Hall at 12:00. Come find out how to use your degree overseas for two years bringing the gospel to the least reached!
It has been a requirement since 2006 that ALL elementary and ALL history secondary education majors pass the IL History Test; this information was included in the syllabi of both HI 121 and HI 122. If you were in those classes, then you were told about this requirement. However, for those candidates who transferred American History credit in (either from High School AP credits or other college coursework), this may be the first time you are hearing about this requirement. As of Fall 2009 as part of the Division of Education, a passing score on this test will be a prerequisite for both ED 343 and ED 363. IF YOU'VE ALREADY PASSED THE IL HISTORY COMPETENCY TEST, THEN DISREGARD THIS MESSAGE. If you have not already taken and passed the IL History Competency Test, then you will have 3 opportunities to take it this semester. Passing this test is a requirement for Education Majors. You are able to re-take this test until you attain a passing score (75% or above). There is a STUDY GUIDE to this test. The dates for the Fall 2012 Semester are: (Location is MCL 112) · Wednesday, September 19th, 2012 from 4:30-5:30 · Wednesday, October 17th, 2012 from 4:30-5:30 · Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 from 4:30-5:30. Please sign-up in the Division of Education Offices.
Mid-week open house will be held in all of the men's dorms this week from 7:00-10:30 pm.
Learn to Create and Maintain Healthy Dating Relationships
This is the first workshop in the Boundaries in Dating series and it will be focus on the topic of, "Who should I date and why?" If you are interested in exploring more about how to establish healthy dating relationships, then I encourage you to join us!
Come join Graduate Student Affairs and Graduate Student Government for a soup and bread lunch followed by a time to study in groups or with the community. It will be held in Hinkson Hall from 12:00 - 5:00 p.m. Dessert and coffee will be provided.
Come get tips on avoiding plagiarism and formatting your papers according to TIU style. Workshop held in the Henry computer lab in the library.
This workshop will focus on developing relational, emotional, and social skills by exploring the world of emotional intelligence. If you're interested, please join us! The workshop will be held in the conference room in lower waybright from 4:00-5:30 p.m.
Undergrad Students: Come to LL18 in Student Affairs (Lower Level Waybright Center) for your yearbook portrait! Those who don't have portraits taken on the 19th will have their ID photo used instead. Questions? Contact Emily Schmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Downtown Chicago AMAZING RACE sponsored by Campus Rec & College Union
At this event, students will travel downtown Chicago for the ultimate scavenger hunt! Questions? Contact Heather Cordero at email@example.com.
The Hispanic Church visit is a time for all students on campus to go and experience an authentic Hispanic church service. This would be a wonderful time to learn more about another culture and to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. Sign up in Lower Waybright!