Announcements from Academic Affairs
Week of November 26Nov 25, 2012, 07:04 pm - Carey Adams
There's Still Time To Get Your D2L On
Take advantage of the remaining November and December training workshops and open sessions being offered by ITS, or take advantaged of archived Collaborate sessions hosted by USG. For more information, check out the ITS D2L FAQ page, uh, PDQ ...
Toys for Tots Drive Ends This Friday
Contribute your new, unwrapped toys to any of a dozen convenient drop-off boxes around campus OR bring a donation to a basketball game Monday (men's) or Tuesday (women's) evening and get a FREE t-shirt to boot!
24th Annual Christmas Pottery Sale
From 9:00 a.m. to 5::30 p.m. on November 28 and 29 you can buy fine pottery workhttp://www.armstrong.edu/About/events3/amt_24th_annual_christmas_pottery_sale by Armstrong faculty and students in the Fine Arts Annex Courtyard, across from University Police.
Senior Art Exhibition: The TwoThousandTwelve Experience
Through November 30 view work from the Fall 2012 Senior Graduation Capstone students on the lower level of the Savannah Mall.
End Time - Solo Guest Artist Gallery Exhibition (guest artist Jonathan Field)
AMT presents End Time, a solo guest artist exhibition of the large-scale artwork of English-born and now-Savannah arist Jonathon in Fine Arts Gallery. Join the artist for a gallery reception at noon, Wednesday, November 28.
Savannah Winds: Transformations (Subscription Season Opening Concert)
November 27, 7:30 p.m., Fine Arts Auditorium. Admission $14; Armstrong students free with Pirate Card. Anticipating the joyous and fast-paced spirit of the coming holiday season, the Winds open the 2012-2013 subscription season with Transformations, a relaxing and richly luxurious musical getaway from the impending stresses of holiday shopping.
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