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February 9, 2013

At Kogod's 21st Annual Case Competition, students compete to come up with the best solution to a business case. They present to alumni and executives from the DC region who serve as judges. Over 200 students and 65 judges enjoy a day of competition, networking, and community building. Learn more at kogod.american.edu/case or contact the K-LAB at kogodcasecomp@american.edu.

Type: Conference

Host: Kogod School of Business

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At Kogod's 21st Annual Case Competition, students compete to come up with the best solution to a business case. They present to alumni and executives from the DC region who serve as judges. Over 200 students and 65 judges enjoy a day of competition, networking, and community building. Learn more at kogod.american.edu/case or contact the K-LAB at kogodcasecomp@american.edu.

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At Kogod's 21st Annual Case Competition, students compete to come up with the best solution to a business case. They present to alumni and executives from the DC region who serve as judges. Over 200 students and 65 judges enjoy a day of competition, networking, and community building. Learn more at kogod.american.edu/case or contact the K-LAB at kogodcasecomp@american.edu.

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For the fourth year in a row, local environmental nonprofit Bethesda Green is hosting its Fields of Green Internship Fair, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 9.

An annual event, the Fields of Green Internship Fair is designed to connect Washington, D.C., area undergraduate and graduate students with jobs in the "green," or environmental, field. Fair attendees can meet with employers to discuss a …more

Type: Fair

Host: Career Center

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Interested in a career in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics? If so, attend the Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) STEM Career Fair, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 9.

More than 100 of the nation's leading corporations - including Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, General Motors, and Boeing - will be interviewing and hiring at the annual fair. Potential candidates …more

Type: Fair

Host: Career Center

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Learn to apply Joseph Campbell's hero-centric storytelling model to your video projects. Discover how you can grab your audience from the first frame and not let go until well after they've finished your film.

Type: Training Session

Host: University Library

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After FEBRUARY 9

Enjoy some literature with your lunch! M.F.A. students will read from their works in progress from 12:00 noon to 1 p.m. in the Library Training and Events Room. Beverages and cookies are provided.

Type: Lecture/Speaker

Host: University Library

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Has it been a while since you were last in school? Come learn all the things that have changed in the library/research world while you were away. This one-hour session is a refresher for returning and non-traditional students. It covers the basics of searching for and accessing resources, evaluating information, and incorporating this material into your work.

Type: Training Session

Host: University Library

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Interested in recognizing Black History Month while also searching for internship and career opportunities in the environmental field? If so, attend the Black-Green Pipeline Career Fair on Monday, Feb. 11, at the NAACP Financial Freedom Center.

The career fair is the first in a series of Black History Month events organized by the NAACP Environmental & Climate Justice Program, which was …more

Type: Fair

Host: Career Center

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Learn more about how you can incorporate your passion for social justice into a potential career. Hear from and network with alumni working in a variety of jobs and sectors who have coupled their vision for a more just society with their professional goals. Register now. Panelists include: Mike Haack, SIS/BA '05 & CAS/MA '08, writer Andria Hollis, SPA/MPA '06, executive director, Kid PowerMaria …more

Type: Panel Discussion

Host: Career Center

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RTL Instruction, LIT-101 Johnson (Seese)

Type: Information Session

Host: University Library

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