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8:30am
Student Undergraduate Research Festival (SURF)

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04/20/2018 - 8:30am to 4:00pm

Student Undergraduate Research Festival (Instructors are encouraged to develop alternate assignments that incorporate SURF presentations.)

SURF sessions will be held in lieu of traditional classes.

For more detail, visit the Student Undergraduate Research Festival website.

Carroll Campus
Simperman
 
9:00am
James J. Manion Symposium

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04/20/2018 - 9:00am to 1:00pm

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Manion Symposium. The symposium recognizes the dedication and contributions of Professor James J. Manion, a biology professor at Carroll College from 1956 to 1987. We who find inspiration in “Doc” Manion’s academic legacy and who benefit from the Chair established in his honor join together in celebration of scientific inquiry and faculty-mentored, student-focused research.

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Schedule of Events

Friday, April 20:

  • 9-10 a.m. REFRESHMENTS AND POSTER SESSION, Campus Center
  • 11-11:45 a.m. MANION SYMPOSIUM PRESENTATIONS, Trinity Hall Lounge
    • Dr. Jennifer Glowienka—Celebrating 40 years of the Manion Symposium
    • Emma Esposito—Analysis of antimicrobial peptide efficacy against chytridiomycosis from skin secretions of Columbia spotted frogs (Lithobates lueiventris)
    • Kerry McInnis—Long-term care of elderly citizens: a comparative study
  • 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. Join biology faculty and student presenters at the MANION SYMPOSIUM LUNCH in the Fortin Scola. RSVP for the lunch by April 13 to Dr. Jennifer Glowienka at jglowienka@carroll.edu or 406-447-4461. Please indicate special dietary needs.

STUDENT POSTERS—MANION SYMPOSIUM

Friday, April 20, 9–10 a.m., Campus Center upper level

  • Brandon Adair and Tamra Jones: Manganese toxicity in the dopamine synthesis pathway in Drosophila melanogaster
  • Teal Bullick: Modeling Culex tarsalis habitat suitability in the Great Plains of Montana
  • Teal Bullick and Bryce Green: Effects of UVB light on p8/TTDA gene expression in developing Drosophila melanogaster
  • Reegan DeBruycker: Growth and production of hops (Humulus lupulus) varieties in the Helena Valley (MT)
  • Emma Esposito and Keenan McNally: The effects of sulfur dioxide exposure on abd-A gene expression and larval development in Drosophila melanogaster
  • Nick Hensley: Landscape genetics of Dermacentor andersoni
  • Kaitlin McHugh: The influence of avian distributions on West Nile virus infection rates
  • Brenden McMahon and Scott Kahle: Investigation of Tetrahymena thermophila's response to oxidative damage
  • Keenan McNally: Land association of Culex tarsalis in western Montana
  • Bob Pearhill: Genetic identification of Culex tarsalis host plants from extracted gut contents
  • Anna Sapone and Michael Wilson: Put your phone down: effects of cellular radiation on Drosophila melanogaster
  • Evelyn Sowers and Alex Skoulis: The effect of alcohol on feeding and cellular metabolism in Tetrahymena thermophila
  • Rachel Tremaine, Anna Sapone and Katie McHugh: The effects of salt concentration on Tetrahymena thermophila growth and CRP1 gene expression
  • Bryce Walker: Diversity post-wildfire of vegetative understory in Rocky Mountain ponderosa pine woodland and montane sagebrush steppe

STUDENT UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH FESTIVAL

The Student Undergraduate Research Festival (SURF) showcases student research on subjects ranging from history to engineering to biology. You are invited to attend the SURF keynote event on Thursday, April 19, and the SURF presentation and poster sessions on Friday, April 20. See the full SURF schedule.

Carroll Campus
Trinity
 
12:00pm
SURF Lunchtime Lecture

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04/20/2018 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Matthew Eussen, Political/Economic Section Chief, U.S. Embassy in Armenia and Carroll College alumn ('96) presents "The Enduring Role of Values in U.S. Foreign Policy."

This event is made possible by the support of the Jack Miller Center through a grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust.

Carroll Campus
Campus Center
Flex Theatre
 
4:00pm
Federal Loan Exit Counseling

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04/20/2018 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Federal Loan Exit Counseling is MANDATORY for all graduates who have borrowed federal loans while in attendance at Carroll College. According to our records you will be completing your degree this spring. YOU MUST ATTEND ONE of the scheduled exit counseling sessions listed below.

Caps, gowns and college transcripts may be held for students with incomplete Exit Counseling.

Federal Loan Exit Counseling is required for each loan type (Stafford and Perkins) prior to your last date of attendance. You are receiving this email because our records indicate you have borrowed at least one type of federal student loan while in attendance at Carroll.

PLAN AHEAD: You must have an active FSA ID in order to complete the required Stafford Loan Exit Counseling, to verify your FSA ID is active,visit the StudentAid.gov website. You will not be able to complete the required exit counseling unless you have an FSA ID. You will also need your driver's license number, social security number, and the names and addresses for three references. Federal Perkins Loan borrowers must complete a separate Loan Exit Counseling online through the University Accounting Service website, you will need a UAS Issued PIN in order to complete the Perkins Exit Counseling, vis UAS to Request a UAS Issued PIN. If you have issues with the UAS Issued PIN request,you may contact me for assistance.

Information about your federal loans may be accessed online through the NSLDS website (FSA ID login is also required). This site contains information about federal student loans only, it does not include private education loan information. If you've borrowed private education loans and need lender information, you may contact me for assistance.

One hour Federal Loan Exit Counseling sessions will be held in the Simperman Hall Computer Labs on the following dates. Please mark your calendar to attend one of the sessions.

  • Tuesday, April 17 SH146 12:30pm - 1:30pm.
  • Wednesday, April 18 SH145 7:30am - 8:30am; 8:30am - 9:30am; 12:00 pm - 1:00pm; or 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  • Thursday, April 19 SH146 12:30pm - 1:30pm or 3:30pm - 4:30pm
  • Friday, April 20 SH146 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  • Monday, April 23 SH146 7:30am - 8:30am or 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Space is limited, please email Leslie at lolsen@carroll.edu and indicate which session date/time you plan to attend. Congratulations and best wishes on your future goals!

Questions?

Leslie Olsen, Associate Director, Financial Aid
406-447-5424 or lolsen@carroll.edu

Carroll Campus
Simperman
Simperman 146
 
4:00pm
Fly Tying Friday
02/09/2018 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Come learn how to tie flies for fly fishing! Supplies and instruction provided. Every Friday (except Good Friday) in the HAC.

Carroll Campus
Hunthausen Activity Center
 
4:00pm
Honors Convocation

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04/20/2018 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

The Honors Convocation will be held in the Lower Campus Center. Recognizing our students for their academic achievements.

Carroll Campus
Campus Center
Lower Campus Center
 
7:30pm
Theatre: The Little Mermaid

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04/20/2018 - 7:30pm to 9:30pm

We will finish our season (April 20-30) with Disney's beloved The Little Mermaida full length musical based on the animated 1989 animated film of the same name and the classic story by Hans Christian Andersen. Set under and above the high seas, The Little Mermaid tells the story of Ariel, an adventurous young mermaid who’s got a thing for disobeying the rules and following her heart. Ariel’s fascination with the human world often leads her to the sea surface, a zone that’s designated as “off-limits” by her father Triton, the sea king. One day while sneaking to the surface, Ariel witnesses a shipwreck and rescues Prince Eric, with whom she become instantly smitten. Furious at Triton’s inability to understand her love for the prince, Ariel runs away and strikes a deal with Ursula, Triton’s evil witch of a sister, to experience the life she dreams of on land. Will the two worlds find a way to see eye to eye?

Carroll Campus
Campus Center
Flex Theatre
 
 
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