Who needs veggies? We want our carbs and we want a hefty assortment of them.
In 1st place: Stuffing/Dressing
In 2nd place: Mac & Cheese
In 3rd place: Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
Seriously people, make some room for vegetables on your plates, and let’s all at least try sauerkraut since it is a beloved “B’more Thing.”
Wednesday, Nov. 22 6:00am – 6:00pm
Thursday, Nov. 23 CLOSED
Friday, Nov. 24 CLOSED
Saturday, Nov. 25 8:00am – 8:00pm
Sunday, Nov. 26 8:00am – 10:00pm
Wings, wings, wings! Message received, you want pods that obscure your redditing and give you privacy for getting into the study zone. We love this feedback and will take it into account as we plan for refreshing the 1st floor.
Friends, it was a light-hearted, but mildly passionate debate this week. Should one pumpkin spice, REALLY pumpkin spice, expose yourself and shudder with revulsion, or to just Jason it? Here are the tallies:
Winner – Coffee with Pumpkin Spice
Runner Up – Nothing, please make it stop
Jason – A dark horse slides into 3rd place
Everything – There is something for every special person, we suppose.
Thank you for voting !
Healing Mask Exhibit – “Unmasking the Trauma of War” on display in the Health Sciences and Human Services Library Gallery.
Healing Mask Exhibit Opening & Guest Speaker Luncheon
Melissa Walker, MA, ATR,
Art Therapist, Healing Arts Program Coordinator
Health Sciences and Human Services Library
5th Floor Gladhill Boardroom
Monday, November 20, 2017
12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m.
Please join us – RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org . Seating is limited.
The works documented in Unmasking the Trauma of War photo exhibit were created by military service members participating in art therapy sessions at the National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE). Using art therapy these service members explore the themes of patriotism, duality of self , and the physical and psychological pain so often experienced by our military servicemen and women.
The NICoE art therapy program encourages service members to externalize and then process their feelings and experiences and identifies artistically with the psychotherapeutic guidance of a credentialed art therapist. Works in this exhibit were created by military veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Guest Speaker Melissa Walker
Melissa Walker, ATR, moved to the National Capital Region to work for the Department of Defense after earning a Master’s in Art Therapy from NYU. Melissa served as art therapist on Walter Reed’s inpatient psychiatric unit before transferring to the National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE). There, Melissa developed and implemented the NICoE Healing Arts Program to explore the integration and research of the creative arts therapies for service members with traumatic brain injury and psychological health concerns. Melissa also acts as lead art therapist for Creative Forces: the NEA/Military Healing Arts Network – a collaboration aimed to expand arts access for the military population. Since its inception the NICoE’s art therapy program has gained international recognition, including a National Geographic Magazine cover story and Melissa’s TEDMED talk featured as TED’s “talk of the day.”
The Houston Astros may have won the World Series, but not at the HS/HSL! We just don’t care.
The HS/HSL has put together a toolkit of information for entrepreneurs and innovators on campus interested in learning more about intellectual property, starting their own company, innovating, and other related topics.
The guide was constructed with the help of innovative individuals at UMB and will be a “work in progress” to be updated with future suggestions from innovators around campus who would like to contribute to our toolkit.
If you know of a resource that would make a nice addition to our toolkit please email us email@example.com . If you are including a webpage or website that you are directly responsible for please include permission for us to link to it.
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