Bellarmine's week ahead: January 28-February 3, 2019

January 28, 2019

Students: find more events on the Engage website or the Corq mobile app (Apple | Google Play). Log in to make sure you can see all the listed events.
Tuesday, Jan. 29
Frazier Hall
More than 200 undergraduate students have been matched with alumni mentors in the student's intended profession. Students will gather for an orientation session before meeting their mentors next week.
Wednesday, Jan. 30
Analytics workshop, 8 a.m. (UPDATE: This event has been cancelled)
Centro McGowan Hall 081
With the surge of data available in today’s business world, everyone needs to have some familiarity with at least basic data analytics tools in order to perform their jobs. Learn the how, what and why from Bellarmine MBA alum Matt Mitchell of LG&E/KU. Offered by the W. Fielding Rubel School of Business. Free and open to the community.
Fireplace Room in Centro's Treece Hall
Career Development staff offers tips for commuter students about getting the most out of your part-time job and searching for summer internship opportunities. Free food!
Dining forum, 8 p.m.
Siena Terzo lounge
Share your opinions on campus dining, including food quality and new options you would like to see next year.
Petrik Hall lobby
Returning students can get answers to their questions about Bellarmine's online housing selection process.
Thursday, Jan. 31
Siena Terzo lounge
You must be registered in advance. 
Friday, Feb. 1
W. L. Lyons Brown Library
Legendary sportswriter Billy Reed will sign copies of his new book, "Last of a BReed," as the university celebrates the donation of his papers to Bellarmine's library. Students and others interested in sports journalism will be able to explore more than 35 boxes worth of his working notebooks, papers, pictures and books that detail how the practice of journalism has changed over his award-winning six-decade career.
Saturday, Feb. 2
Knights Field
Join coach Renee Hicks and the Knights as they open their 2019 season.
Owsley B. Frazier Stadium
Coach Jim Mitchell's team opens their 2019 season at home.
Seniors age 21 and over can watch the game from Anniversary Hall's third floor with free food and drinks at the Swords Up Senior Fan Zone.
Student tailgate begins at 4 p.m.
The Knights take on conference rival Southern Indiana in a jersey themed game.
Knights Hall
Up all Knight, 10 p.m.
Centro's Knights Nook
Not ready to wind down after the game? Join Student Affairs for some free late night food.

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