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20th Annual Loretta G. Brown Symposium

September 21, 2018

20th Annual Loretta G. Brown Symposium Pediatric Dysphagia Treatment: The How and Why Memorie Gosa, PHD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S September 21, 2018 8 am – 4 pm Merchants & Planters Bank Auditorium Located on UM Campus in Comer Hall Sponsored by: ABESPA & Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

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BACHE Visiting Writers' Series

September 24, 2018

BACHE Visiting Writers’ Series reading by poet Derrick Harriell, which will occur on Monday, September 24 at 3:30 pm in the J.A. Brown Room.

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Festival of Voices Concert

September 24, 2018

The University of Montevallo Choirs are joined by approximately 400 select Alabama middle and high school choral students. Guest clinicians include Dr. Andrew Kreckmann, Director of Choral Activities at Sacramento State University; Dr. José Rivera, coordinator of Music Education and Associate Professor of Music Education at the University of North Carolina-Pembroke; and Dr. Jeffrey Allen […]

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Prope Mortis - Ramiro Rodriguez + Zach Tate

September 27, 2018

Set on the edge of the irreverent and absurd. Compelled by history, civics, and comic books, this exhibition features work that is derivative of current events and pop culture. Inspired by centuries of satirical artists who have dared to call out the inequities of those in power. Ramiro Rodriguez Plutocracy Rising Reduction Linoleum Relief Print

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The Alabamian to Host Career Talk with Pulitzer Prize Winner

September 27, 2018

The Alabamian will be hosting a Career Talk with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and UM alum, Joey Bunch on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 4 p.m. in Strong Hall. Faculty, staff and students are invited to attend. For more information, email The Alabamian or Tiffany Bunt. Following the Career Talk, alumni who worked on The Alabamian, Montage […]

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Marketing Communications 2019 Marketing Trends

October 4, 2018

Topics will be micro-focused to small businesses and nonprofits within Shelby County. The goal is to give details on the concept in a bite-size manner and provide local examples/opportunities of the concept in action. Each presentation will be no more than 10 minutes long. There will be time for Q&A after each presentation as well […]

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STOP KISS

October 4, 2018

After Callie and Sara unexpectedly fall in love, their lives are transformed by a violent attack following their first kiss. Diana Son, playwright STOP KISS has been hailed by critics as funny, poignant and timely.

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Concert & Lecture Series featuring enhakē

October 8, 2018

As a part of Concert & Lecture Series, enhakē presents a concert featuring Olivier Messiaen’s monumental work Quatuor pour la lin du temps. Praised for its “keen instinct for exciting programmes” by BBC Music Magazine, enhakē constantly has been inspiring audiences around the world with its electrifying and sincere renditions of chamber music repertoire spanning […]

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Java & Jazz

October 9, 2018

NAfME’s annual Java & Jazz. Enjoy an evening of Jazz music from the UM Jazz Band and select student auditions, and hot chocolate and coffee from Starbucks. Students $3/ General Admission $5, open to the public.

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Life Raft Debate Panelists Needed

October 11, 2018

The Life Raft Debate is looking for a few brave souls to serve as panelists, defending their academic discipline at the 21st annual Life Raft Debate on Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. in Palmer Auditorium. In the debate, we imagine that the world has been nearly annihilated and that humanity can only carry one more […]

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College Night Centennial Celebration

October 13, 2018

Join us as we begin the crest of the wave … The College Night Centennial Celebration, Oct. 13, 2018 Tickets sales for UM alumni will begin at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 13. Ticket sales for students will begin on Thursday, Sept. 27 Visit: http://montevallotickets.universitytickets.com/ TAILGATING fun on King Quad from 3 until 7 p.m. […]

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Wind Ensemble

October 18, 2018

The Wind Ensemble is the College of Fine Arts’ premier instrumental performing group.  The ensemble consists of approximately sixty woodwind, brass and percussion students who perform classic wind band repertory and contemporary works.

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COMS Day

October 25, 2018

Communications Studies senior seminar class organizes a day devoted to career options in Communication with guest presentations and networking opportunities.

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Exploring Mass Communication

October 26, 2018

Career exploration workshops for high school and community college students in TV, film production and radio, plus multimedia journalism across all print, electronic, and social media platforms. Includes: tour of Strong Hall, Workshops, Scare My Shorts Off screening, Campus Tour and Lunch.

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