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12:00PM 12:55PM Emory Career Discovery Days Orientation #3: Department / Organization: Career CenterUniversity Event Topic: Career DevelopmentCost: FreeContact Name: Laura GarciaContact Email: laura.garcia2@emory.eduContact Phone: 404-727-6211Link: https://emory.joinhandshake.com/events/554669***************You must register for this session***************Register here- emory.zoom.us…Career Discovery Days are designed to help Emory students learn what “it is really like” to work in a particular job, industry or organization by providing you the opportunity to meet with a professional in a career of interest to you. This will be a great way for you to explore various career options and build professional connections.There are two Career Discovery Day Programs:1. Individual/Small Group Shadowing (1-3 students)2. Employer Open Houses (date pre-scheduled by employer to host 4 or more students)--->students may participate in BOTH an Employer Open House and Individual/Small Group shadowing each semester; no more than 1 individual/small group or 1 open house each roundLENGTH OF SHADOWING1-3 Hours***PLEASE RSVP BY CLICKING JOIN EVENT. Students who want to participate in Career Discovery Days MUST participate in 1 of the mandatory orientation sessions.***Why should I participate?Your experience may further confirm your interest in pursuing a career in a similar industry, or it may steer you into a new career direction completely. It may also help you to decide whether or not a career may be a good fit for you based on your interests, skills and abilities. Ultimately, this program will help you gain exposure to things you cannot learn online. Plus, it's only 1 day!How does this work?****Students must attend a mandatory one hour orientation session**** and fill out an application to participate. Once you submit your application and you are matched with a host, you are required to participate in the program. Once the matches have been made, you will be notified by an Emory representative of your host match. Students are expected to complete the shadowing experience anytime after the match is made until the first day of class in January 2021 unless a date has already been set by the host.Where can I participate?All shadowing will be virtual this fall. + Virtual Campus Events
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12:00PM 01:00PM Plague in the Reformation Era: A Kessler Conversation with Professor Erik Heinrichs: University Event Topic: Academics,ArtsSchool: All Emory UniversityDepartment / Organization: Pitts Theology LibraryType of Art: Visual Arts & Art History - Exhibitions, Lectures, & EventsSeries: The Kessler Conversations 2020Speaker/Presenter: Erik HeinrichsEvent Open To: All (Public)Building/Room: Virtual RoomCost: Free-registration requiredContact Name: Anne Marie McLeanContact Email: anne.marie.mclean@emory.eduPitts Theology Library is excited to launch the Kessler Conversations this fall. This is a series of online interviews with leading church historians and theologians, asking this question, “What relevance do the events, personalities, and texts of the Protestant Reformation hold for contemporary communities?” On the first Wednesday of each month this Fall, these online, 30-45 minute conversations will offer opportunities for the general public to learn about the events in Europe the 16th century and to consider what they tell us about the issues facing our communities. Conversations each semester will focus on a single contemporary theme and trace it back to the Reformers. This Fall, the Kessler Conversations focus on disease, healing, and pastoral care in the 16th century. In October, the Kessler Conversation will be with Professor Erik Heinrichs, Associate Professor of History at Winona State University. Professor Heinrichs is a historian of medieval and early modern Europe, with research interest on medical and cultural responses to plagues, particularly in German-speaking lands. He is the author of Plague, Print, and the Reformation: The German Reform of Healing, 1473-1573 (Routledge, 2018). The Kessler Conversation with Professor Heinrichs, entitled “Plague in the Reformation Era,” will be livestreamed at noon Eastern on Wednesday, October 7th. Registration is free at pitts.emory.edu…. + <a href="http://pitts.emory.edu/about/news-events/kesslerconversations.cfm" target="_blank" rel="noopener" title="http://pitts.e Campus Events
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12:00PM 01:00PM Plague in the Reformation Era: Kessler Conversation w/ Prof. Erik Heinrichs: University Event Topic: Community,Graduate,Humanities,Lectures & Meetings,Public Health,Religion & Ethics,Special Event,TheologySchool: School of TheologyDepartment / Organization: Candler School of Theology,Pitts Theology LibraryMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Pitts Theology LibrarySpeaker/Presenter: Professor Erik HeinrichsEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://www.bigmarker.com/pitts-theology-library/Kessler-Conversations-Dr-Erik-HeinrichsContact Name: Anne Marie McLeanContact Email: amclea3@emory.eduLink: https://www.bigmarker.com/pitts-theology-library/Kessler-Conversations-Dr-Erik-HeinrichsPitts Theology Library is excited to launch the Kessler Conversations this fall. This is a series of online interviews with leading church historians and theologians, asking this question, “What relevance do the events, personalities, and texts of the Protestant Reformation hold for contemporary communities?” On the first Wednesday of each month this Fall, these online, 30-45 minute conversations will offer opportunities for the general public to learn about the events in Europe the 16th century and to consider what they tell us about the issues facing our communities. Conversations each semester will focus on a single contemporary theme and trace it back to the Reformers. This Fall, the Kessler Conversations focus on disease, healing, and pastoral care in the 16th century.In October, the Kessler Conversation will be with Professor Erik Heinrichs, Associate Professor of History at Winona State University. Professor Heinrichs is a historian of medieval and early modern Europe, with research interest on medical and cultural responses to plagues, particularly in German-speaking lands. He is the author of Plague, Print, and the Reformation: The German Reform of Healing, 1473-1573 (Routledge, 2018). The Kessler Conversation with Professor Heinrichs, entitled “Plague in the Reformation Era,” will be livestreamed at noon Eastern on Wednesday, October 7th. + Online Campus Events
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12:00PM 01:00PM Plague in the Reformation Era: Kessler Conversation w/ Prof. Erik Heinrichs: University Event Topic: Community,Graduate,Humanities,Lectures & Meetings,Public Health,Religion & Ethics,Special Event,TheologySchool: School of TheologyDepartment / Organization: Candler School of Theology,Pitts Theology LibraryMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Pitts Theology LibrarySpeaker/Presenter: Professor Erik HeinrichsEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://www.bigmarker.com/pitts-theology-library/Kessler-Conversations-Dr-Erik-HeinrichsContact Name: Anne Marie McLeanContact Email: amclea3@emory.eduLink: https://www.bigmarker.com/pitts-theology-library/Kessler-Conversations-Dr-Erik-HeinrichsPitts Theology Library is excited to launch the Kessler Conversations this fall. This is a series of online interviews with leading church historians and theologians, asking this question, “What relevance do the events, personalities, and texts of the Protestant Reformation hold for contemporary communities?” On the first Wednesday of each month this Fall, these online, 30-45 minute conversations will offer opportunities for the general public to learn about the events in Europe the 16th century and to consider what they tell us about the issues facing our communities. Conversations each semester will focus on a single contemporary theme and trace it back to the Reformers. This Fall, the Kessler Conversations focus on disease, healing, and pastoral care in the 16th century.In October, the Kessler Conversation will be with Professor Erik Heinrichs, Associate Professor of History at Winona State University. Professor Heinrichs is a historian of medieval and early modern Europe, with research interest on medical and cultural responses to plagues, particularly in German-speaking lands. He is the author of Plague, Print, and the Reformation: The German Reform of Healing, 1473-1573 (Routledge, 2018). The Kessler Conversation with Professor Heinrichs, entitled “Plague in the Reformation Era,” will be livestreamed at noon Eastern on Wednesday, October 7th. + Online Campus Events
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07:30PM 08:25PM Emory Career Discovery Days Orientation #4: Department / Organization: Career CenterUniversity Event Topic: Career DevelopmentCost: FreeContact Name: Laura GarciaContact Email: laura.garcia2@emory.eduContact Phone: 404-727-6211Link: https://emory.joinhandshake.com/events/554672***************You must register for this session***************Register here- emory.zoom.us…Career Discovery Days are designed to help Emory students learn what “it is really like” to work in a particular job, industry or organization by providing you the opportunity to meet with a professional in a career of interest to you. This will be a great way for you to explore various career options and build professional connections.There are two Career Discovery Day Programs:1. Individual/Small Group Shadowing (1-3 students)2. Employer Open Houses (date pre-scheduled by employer to host 4 or more students)--->students may participate in BOTH an Employer Open House and Individual/Small Group shadowing each semester; no more than 1 individual/small group or 1 open house each roundLENGTH OF SHADOWING1-3 Hours***PLEASE RSVP BY CLICKING JOIN EVENT. Students who want to participate in Career Discovery Days MUST participate in 1 of the mandatory orientation sessions.***Why should I participate?Your experience may further confirm your interest in pursuing a career in a similar industry, or it may steer you into a new career direction completely. It may also help you to decide whether or not a career may be a good fit for you based on your interests, skills and abilities. Ultimately, this program will help you gain exposure to things you cannot learn online. Plus, it's only 1 day!How does this work?****Students must attend a mandatory one hour orientation session**** and fill out an application to participate. Once you submit your application and you are matched with a host, you are required to participate in the program. Once the matches have been made, you will be notified by an Emory representative of your host match. Students are expected to complete the shadowing experience anytime after the match is made until the first day of class in January 2021 unless a date has already been set by the host.Where can I participate?All shadowing will be virtual this fall. + Virtual Campus Events
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