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SGA Funding for FY16 (September 2015-August 2016)
The budget application to apply for FY16 SGA Funding is available in OrgSync. The deadline to submit the application and funding contract is January 30, 2015, at 5:00 p.m.

Originator: Katherine Taylor            Posted On :   12/22/2014
Departmental * Student Organization 


NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2014 PAYROLL SERVICES NEWSLETTER
Payroll Services Newsletter is now available with new newsletters coming every two months. Find current news and tips from Payroll Services.



Originator: Phyllis Taylor            Posted On :   12/22/2014
Academic * Departmental 


Earn $1,000 Discussing Ideas in the McLane Teammates Reading Program
The Free Market Institute is accepting applications for the McLane Teammates Reading Program, an undergraduate colloquium that will explore several readings in political economy related to freedom and entrepreneurship during the spring 2015 semester.

Originator: Charles V Long            Posted On :   12/22/2014
Lectures & Seminars * Academic 


WIN A $25 AMAZON GIFTCARD PARTICIPATING IN A STUDY ABOUT THE (HPV) VACCINE
We are conducting a study about young Latino males' attitudes towards the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine. To participate in this study you must be a man between the ages of 18-26 and identify as Hispanic/Latino.

Originator: Viviana Gomez            Posted On :   12/22/2014
Research 


Before You Break for the Holidays-- Take the Universum Student Survey!
Undergraduates, there are 7 different Career Personality types. Are you curious to know which one YOU are, and how you compare to your peers? Take this survey about your career and employer preferences and receive a report http://uledge.co/texastech

Originator: Nicole Noble            Posted On :   12/22/2014
Research 


Turkish Cooking Classes
Have you ever tasted delicious Turkish food? Do you want to learn more about authentic Turkish cuisine?

Originator: Semra Baki            Posted On :   12/22/2014
Student Organization 


MPA Course for Spring 2015: Energy Policy and Administration
This course is a graduate level course in the administration of energy policy in the United States. Taught by Dr. Robert Forbis, Assistant Professor in Environmental Policy. This course is offered on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 - 8:50 pm.

Originator: Irasema Ibarra            Posted On :   12/22/2014
Academic * Departmental 


MPA Course Spring 2015, Planning & Management of Weather and Climate Risks
Graduate course will introduce students to the challenges that short-term weather events and long-term climate trends pose in planning for the future.

Originator: Irasema Ibarra            Posted On :   12/22/2014
Academic * Departmental 


MPA Graduate level course: PUAD 5348-001, Texas Legislative Process
Interested in advocating or lobbying legislation? Businesses, engineers, teachers, social workers, etc...you will all need to learn how to get favorable legislation passed or unfavorable legislation stopped when you get out in the real world.

Originator: Irasema Ibarra            Posted On :   12/22/2014
Academic * Departmental 


MPA Graduate Course Spring 2015 - Collaborative Management
As the environment of contemporary public administration has become more complex, learn how the new governance paradigm has gained more importance compared to the traditional governmental approach.

Originator: Irasema Ibarra            Posted On :   12/22/2014
Academic * Departmental 


United States Marine Corps
PURSUE PERSONAL OBJECTIVES WHILE PROTECTING YOUR COUNTRY IN THE MARINE CORPS RESERVE.

Originator: Nathaniel Castillo            Posted On :   12/20/2014
Student Organization * Student Employment/Career Opportunities 


PUAD 5348: Managerial Accounting in Government and Non-Profit Organizations
This course is intended to acquaint the students of public administration, including nonprofits, with a generalized management structure and the importance of cost and managerial accounting within that framework.

Originator: Irasema Ibarra            Posted On :   12/22/2014
Academic * Departmental 


CMLL courses that meet Core requirements-Spring 2015
Many courses taught in the CMLL department meet Language/Philosophy/Culture, Creative Arts, Social and Behavioral Sciences or Multicultural- CHECK THEM OUT!

Originator: LIZ Hildebrand            Posted On :   12/19/2014
Academic 


Spaces still available for German 2313 Northern Myths and Legends
What do Santa Claus, Grimm's fairy tales, and "The Hobbit" have in common? They are all adaptations of material discussed in German 2313 Northern Myths and Legends (spaces available, taught in English).

Originator: Charles Grair            Posted On :   12/19/2014
Academic * Departmental