SPRING 2013 INSTRUCTORS: Grades for Spring 2013 courses should be entered online by Wednesday, May 22nd at 11:59 p.m. Click here for more information on incomplete grades and a link to the grade submission website.
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In Celebration of "Asian & Pacific Islander Heritage Month", Wilson Library has mounted a special exhibit titled "Celebrating Our Hmong heritage." Also, they have recently acquired books on Asian American Studies that are available in a special bookshelf near the "Celebrating Our Hmong Heritage" exhibit in Wilson Library. Also, new AAS DVDs are available at Walter SMART Learning Commons.
Reminder to all Faculty and Students: Please return any books and videos you have checked out from the department library. Return items to the "task box" in the main department office. Due: Friday, May 17th, 2013.
Spring Instructors and TAs: Evaluation forms and instructions have been distributed to mailboxes for all instructors and TAs leading sections this semester. If you have any questions, contact Laura or Colleen.
GLBTA INCLUSION IN THE CLASSROOM: One of the GLBTA Programs Office's academic initiatives is our involvement with the Leadership Minor's Social Change Project. The survey link is for a group of Leadership Minor students researching the infusion & inclusion of GLBTA identities across academic courses, departments, etc. in order to improve campus climate and in-the-classroom experiences for GLBT and Ally students.
The American Studies Spring Assembly meeting will be held on Monday, April 15th from 3:30 - 5 pm in 105 Scott Hall (the Scott Hall Commons). All students and faculty are invited to attend.
The Weisman Art Museum is hosting the ArtWords Awards Ceremony and Reception on Wednesday, April 10th from 6-8pm.
Book orders for Fall 2013 courses are due to Melanie (email@example.com) by Wednesday, April 24. Please continue reading for the order form, bookstore ordering guidelines, and notes that help process your order and obtain desk copies.
Nancy Herther has a new list of DVDs for the collection in Walter Smart Learning Commons.
Professor Kale B. Fajardo is interested in organizing and/or coaching faculty-grad-students intramural teams and pick-up games (various sports/let's decide together) for next fall/spring semesters. If you are interested in participating, please email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org -- He anticipates that AMST teams will be open to faculty and grad students from allied departments and programs -- e.g. GWSS and all the Ethnic Studies Programs at UMN -- so help spread the word!