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Enjoy free coffee while you learn and ask questions about how you can use social media for business and product promotion. Learn about:
- social media strategies
- best practices for business and brand promotion
- Q&A with our expert panelists Panelists:
Brandon Moore (Director of Brand Management)
Cecil Helton (Web strategy Manager)
Jessica Holly (Digital Media Manager)
Tara Leisure (Graphic designer)
Matt Schumacher (Senior Director of Student Success)

Event Date: November 169:30 am - 10:30 am  Location: Rogow Auditorium - BTC 049  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Kentucky Innovation Network
Contact Information: Kayla Joyce

Turkey w/ Stuffing
Cranberry Sauce
Sweet Potato Casserole
Green Bean Casserole
Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy
Glazed Carrots

Event Date: November 1410:45am-2:00pm  Location: Upstairs Powell  Cost: $8.45

Sponsor: EKU Dining
Contact Information: Jeremy Hacker, 8596225005
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Auditions for EKU Theatre's production of The Secret Garden will be Sunday November 19th. Auditionees should sign up for an audition slot on the bulletin board outside Campbell #306. Auditionees should prepare 16-32 measures of musical theatre material, and bring sheet music for accompanist. Call backs and readings from the script will be held immediately following musical auditions (7-9) PM. Auditions are open to all, no experience necessary.
The production runs February 28-March 4.
If you need to schedule an alternative audition time, please contact us by November 15th to arrange.

Event Date: November 192-9 PM  Location: Foster room 100, Campbell room #127  Cost: Free

Sponsor: EKU Theatre
Contact Information: Laura Thomas, 859-622-1315
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Come out and hear our guest speaker Joe Woods and worship with us at Amplify!

Event Date: November 147:30PM  Location: EKU BCM (Down from Walters Hall)  Cost: Free

Sponsor: EKU Baptist Campus Ministry

The Orientation Leader position has posted! You can find out more about this position and apply at If you have any questions, please email

Event Date: November 15

Sponsor: Admissions
Contact Information: Allison Bullins, 859-622-1383
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Hear from another student what is is like to study Lemurs in their natural habitat. Nathanael Bartosch will be talking about his experience studying abroad in Madagascar over the summer conducting academic research on Lemurs and his interaction with the local culture.

Event Date: November 154:00 pm  Location: Kennamer  Cost: FREE

Sponsor: Education Abroad
Contact Information: Katie Samuel, 8596228794

Do you have plans to travel to a foreign country? Eastern Kentucky University has teamed up with the U. S. Department of State to host a Passport Fair where you can apply for your passport, no appointment necessary! Please read over the flyer available through the link for instructions. ***Photo services will not be provided!***

Event Date: ; Tuesday 9 am - 3 pm; Wednesday 9 am - 1:30 pm  Location: Keith Building Room 130  Cost: FREE

Sponsor: Education Abroad
Contact Information: Katie Samuel, 8596228794
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The 5th in a five-part series of workshops focusing on international student counseling as it relates to adjustment issues and mental health. FREE DINNER PROVIDED

Event Date: ; 5 PM  Location: New Science Building 3104  Cost: FREE

Sponsor: International Student & Scholar Services
Contact Information: Scott Fetters, 859-622-7049

Based on groundbreaking investigative reporting, A Day’s Work (documentary, 2015) reshaped perceptions of temp work and our safety on the job. The film screened at more than 100 public events across the country with unions, universities, government agencies, and community groups, raising the question to all working people, “What are we getting for a day’s work?” The film examines the landmark workplace death of 21-year-old Lawrence DaQuan “Day” Davis through the eyes of his family and the analysis of experts. Day was an employee of a temporary staffing agency working at the Bacardi bottling plant in Jacksonville Florida in 2012. He was killed 90 minutes into the first day of the job - the first job of his life. An investigation reveals the troubling issues that led to Day's death and how the $100 billion temporary staffing industry is putting millions of American workers at risk.

Event Date: November 151:00 p.m.  Location: Posey Auditorium, Stratton Building  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Department of Safety & Security
Contact Information: Pauline Lively, 859-622-8244
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Join us as we partner with the Center for Career and Co-op to teach students some interviewing techniques for future employment.

Event Date: November 145-7pm  Location: Whitlock Room 460  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. and The Center For Career and Co-op
Contact Information: Debbie Beausejour