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Recent and new collaborative works in drawing, printmaking, photography, and video by Angela Bartram and Lee Deigaard The animal and being animal is a proposition and position that invites observational and critical debate. To observe the non-human animal is too often tense and politicized; to take on an understated what-it-is-to-be-animal is a sensitized and sensitive means to understand differing perspectives. Artists Lee Deigaard (USA) and Angela Bartram (UK) critically approach the animal as the animal. Using diverse methods and materials and curious to potentialities, they explore working as humans from an animal-centric perspective. They bring sensitivities to their handling of the animal as both artistic subject and collaborator, of behaving as animal, in order to observe and engage with empathy and openness to the unexpected, to animal insight and revelation. Iterative long term projects in drawing and printmaking foreground proximity and proprioceptive, nearly devotional studio and caretaking practices centering on respiration and companionate movement within a global pandemic. This exhibition explores the socialized and familiar in close observation, directly and indirectly, in their individual yet companion practices and additionally features the artists in conversation and active collaboration on site in the gallery.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tipetts and Eccles Galleries |

Lunch & Learn: Intro to Tai Chi


Tai Chi has often be referred to as “meditation in motion”. Tai Chi is a series of slow, intentional movements combined with deep breathing that can increase strength, mobility, balance, and flexibility. It is suited for all ages and fitness levels. Tai Chi has been proven to be effective in fall prevention. Join Cindy Nelson to learn some simple movements and try a new exercise. Attendance and participation in this event qualify as a required activity for the Be Well Rewards Program.

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Online/Virtual |

Biology Speaker Seminar Series: Dr. Jim Cohen


Dr. Jim Cohen from Weber State University will be presenting "Phylogenomics of Lithospermum L. (Boraginaceae) and the Conservation Biology of Phlox Hirsuta E.E. Nelson (Polemoniaceae)" in-person as well as on Zoom. Attend the seminar in-person in LSB 207 or on Zoom: https://usu-edu.zoom.us/j/83955459503?pwd=bXhoNCtLb1UzTy9zcEV1V3ByUzZodz09

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Life Sciences Building |

Math & Stats Education Teaching Showcase

Panel Discussion/Presentation

The Mathematics and Statistics Education Group hosts a monthly Teaching Showcase to collaborate and share ideas for strategic motivation and improvement in their teaching opportunities. Please consider sharing a short presentation or story about something you’ve tried in your class.

Contact Pata Rujirawat (pata.rujirawat@usu.edu) if you'd be interested in presenting or for further information.

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm | Online/Virtual |

Adversity to Advocacy


Come and talk to the Co-chair of the education Committee board in Utah and attorney. Geidy Achecar

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |

The Foyer: LGBTQ Mormon History and Theology


Zoom Webinar Event
No other issue is as publicly prominent or as vexing for contemporary Mormonism as the relationship between the LDS Church and the LGBTQ community. We will discuss the history of LDS teachings about homosexuality, the recent emergence of “queer Mormon theology,” and how LGBTQ Latter-day Saints navigate the complex tensions of their religion and sexuality. Patrick will be joined by authors of two recent and important books on these subjects. Blaire Ostler is a philosopher who works at the intersection of queer, Mormon, and transhumanist thought. She is the author of Queer Mormon Theology: An Introduction (By Common Consent Press, 2021). Taylor Petrey is an associate professor of religion and chair of the Religion Department at Kalamazoo College. The editor of Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Petrey’s most recent book is Tabernacles of Clay: Sexuality and Gender in Modern Mormonism (University of North Carolina Press, 2020).

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |

Know Before You Go: Avalanche Awareness Presentation


Know Before You Go is a free avalanche awareness program. Not much science, no warnings to stay out of the mountains, no formulas to memorize. In 1 hour, you will see the destructive power of avalanches, understand when and why they happen, and how you can have fun in the mountains and avoid avalanches.

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |




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