Students, we’re here for you. Join us Monday and Let’s Talk through how you’re feeling. Memphis A City in Peril, Tyre Nichols: The Impact on You. January 30, 2023 | UC Theatre | 5PM.
The University of Memphis Black Student Association invites you and your guest to the 2023 Black History Month Opening Reception and The Arthur S. Holmon Lifetime Achievement Award Ceremony honoring Attorney Walter Bailey, Jr. Bailey is a lawyer, social justice advocate, and political leader. The event will take place Wednesday February 1, 2023 at 7 PM in the UC Theatre. Form more information contact the Office of Multicultural Affairs at 901.678.2054.
January 30 | 5 PM
ADHD Group - "How to Improve Content Recall"
Hosted by Disability Resources for Students
Join the ADHD student chat to discuss time management challenges and useful strategies that can help with productivity. For accommodations, please contact Verties Sails, III at email@example.com. Students can join via zoom.
January 30 | 5 PM
Personal Finance: Budgeting Workshop
Hosted by Honors Student Organization
Open to all!
Come learn how to best manage your personal finances according to the 50/30/20 rule!
January 31 | 3 PM
Tigers Write Workshop: Why and How to Cite
McWherter Library, Room 225
Hosted by University Libraries
A lot of attention in academic writing is placed on doing your citations correctly. But we don’t always talk about why they matter. As part of this workshop, you will examine how proper citation demonstrates your integrity and generosity. You will also identify the major components of a citation so that you can identify what you need to include in any citation style.
Tigers Write workshops are free and open to all UofM students looking to improve their academic writing and research skills. They are taught by writing and research experts from the Center for Writing & Communication and the University Libraries. Spring 2023 workshops will be held in-person in McWherter 225. Registration is required. For more information, to register, or for a full calendar of workshops, visit https://www.memphis.edu/libraries/tigerswrite
February 1 | 3 PM
No Stress Success: Stress Management 101
McWherter Library 2nd Floor
Hosted by University Libraries & Student Health and Counseling Services
Is the semester stressing you out? Do you need a break? This is the program for you! Get your “degree” in stress management for free!
February 1 | 6 - 9 PM
Blue Tom Live - Monthly Kickback Concert/Open Mic
Hosted by Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music
Blue Tom Entertainment presents Blue Tom Live - a monthly kickback concert featuring the campus's brightest up-and-coming music acts. Produced by the Music Industry program, and a house band from the Commercial Music program, Blue Tom Live! is sure to entertain. General Admission
February 2 | 4:30 PM
A Conversation with Shri Venkata Raghava
Hosted by Hindu Student Association
Have questions about yoga? Want to learn more about Dharma? Feel a need to better understand Hindu customs? Join HSO for a discussion with Shri Venkata Raghava on Hindu Dharma, Yoga, Cultural traditions, Hindu values and their application to today's global scenario. Shri Venkata Raghava ji is a native of Karnataka, India. He obtained his Bachelors degree in electronics Engineering from the NIT at Surat. From there he earned his Masters in Management from the IIM at Calcutta. Soon after his material education, he dedicated himself to being a pracharak in the cause of Dharma in the year 1998. He presently works in the US for a Hindu nonprofit as its national coordinator as is an ardent student of Ashtanga Yoga and the Patanjali Sutras.
February 4 | 10 AM - 1 PM
UC Memphis Room
Hosted by Student Academic Success
The University of Memphis is proud to partner with INROADS who’s Internship Program works at the college level to prepared diverse students with an opportunity for a paid internship. Register for “INROADS Day” to be held on Saturday, February 4, 2023 (10am-1pm) to participate in a rigorous career development training process that will challenge you to commit to excellence and raise the bar on your personal expectations. Please be mindful that internships opportunities via INROADS are highly competitive. Attire: Business casual.
February 5 | 1 - 4 PM
Honey Community Music Festival
Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music
Hosted by Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music
Celebrate the grand opening of the Scheidt Family Performing Arts Center at the inaugural Honey Community Music Festival. The free Honey Music Festival fills the new Scheidt Center with music from the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music's outstanding students with an incredibly diverse lineup of performances, interactive concerts, special guest appearances and educational musical activities! Guests can meet everyone's favorite tiger, Pouncer, while enjoying complimentary hot chocolate and cookies, learn about different instruments in our Music Petting Zoo and more! Featured Musical Acts: UofM Wind Ensemble featuring Dr. Artina McCain UofM Symphony Orchestra UofM Choirs UofM Opera Sound Fuzion Band Southern Comfort Jazz Orchestra UofM Pep Band Chamber Players 901 Jazz Jazz Combos Slide Society Tuba Ensemble Free Parking. The Scheidt Family Performing Arts Center was built to bring the arts to the community. The dream of the late Honey and Rudi Scheidt envisioned showcasing the University of Memphis' talented musicians in a world-class facility that is accessible to all.
UofM Counseling Center Resources
The Counseling Center at the University of Memphis is a comprehensive agency providing personal/psychological counseling, career counseling and psychological/vocational testing for students. Goals of the center include enhancing the development of the total person, contributing to the educational mission of the University through counseling, service to the campus and community, and services that seek to assist in the retention of students.
If you are experiencing a crisis emergency during business hours (Monday to Friday 8:00-4:30) please call 901.678.2068, visit 214 Wilder Tower, or enter our virtual waiting room between 10:00-3:00. If this is after business hours please call 901.678.4357 (HELP)
Get your free Flu Shot at the Hudson Health Center. Monday - Friday 9 AM - 3:30 PM. Appointments are required. Available to all students, faculty, and staff!
On-Campus Student Employment Powered by Handshake
TigerLink powered by Handshake is a student career hub that includes the job board used by the University of Memphis to post Student Employment positions. Student Employment includes regular student employment (RSE) positions for those who are not eligible for federal work-study, and federal work-study (FWS) positions for those who are eligible. To apply for a position, students need to complete an application on TigerLink. Student Employment positions can be filtered under the “Jobs” search by clicking “On Campus Student Employment”. Before applying, students should be in good academic standing and enrolled at least half-time, which is 6 undergraduate/law hours or 5 graduate hours. The individual departments make the hiring decisions, and each department may have different GPA requirements. Applying for a position does not guarantee a job offer, and positions are competitive. Students can access TigerLink by downloading the Handshake app for iOS or Android. Or students can visit TigerLink from the web by visiting this website: For more information, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page on the university’s Student Employment website:
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