Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, 2740 W. Mason Street, Green Bay, WI
Drop in any time between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. in NWTC's Manufacturing Technology Center (MT on the Campus Map)
- Pick up information related to NWTC’s engineering related Associate Degree programs; talk to instructors, students and graduates - Ask local employers about career options related to NWTC’s 16 engineering related degrees - Other colleges and universities will be on-hand to discuss transfer options from NWTC to their engineering and engineering technology bachelor degrees - NWTC college educational support departments will be available to answer questions - Visit the mobile educational labs NWTC uses to bring college credits to high schools in the district
See flyer and map at https://www.nwtc.edu/NWTC/media/events/66479TT-Engineering-Open-House-Flyer-10_16_17.pdf
Lawrence University Guest Lecture: “Reducing Overload to Improve School Choices: How Targeted Information Shapes Students' High School Choice in New York City”
Event Dates and Times
- Starts: 7:00 PM
Thomas Steitz Hall of Science, 102, 421 E. College Ave., Appleton
Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj, an associate professor in the College of Education and Human Services at Seton Hall University, discusses the results of recent research designed to help low-income middle-school students in New York City navigate their choice to attend one of the city's 400-plus high schools. The study involved 165 middle schools in which some students received customized, user-friendly information as opposed to the exhaustive amounts provided by the city's Department of Education. The study found that, compared with other students, those students who received simplified information were more likely to choose schools with higher graduation rates and schools where they were more likely to get in. Sattin-Bajaj also will discuss how this study could apply to other school districts dealing with school choice issues and the importance of avoiding information overload. Free and open to the public.
Ellen Walsh 920-832-6739 / email@example.com
This deliriously funny new Janes Hope Wooten comedy is all about LOVE. Under a full moon on this unpredictable night of romance, these five rollicking tales take you on an around-the-globe journey of unexpected and hilarious twists and turns. By the time the evening is over and the moon works its magic, love will conquer all and your sides will ache from laughter.
Funny Little Thing Called Love opens February 22nd and runs through the 25th. The production will be held at Madonna Hall, 1793 Elm Ave., Wabeno, WI 54566. Tickets can be purchased online at wabenoareaplayers.brownpapertickets.com or by calling (800) 838-3006. Show times are 7:00 PM for evening performances and 1:00 PM for Sunday performances. Doors open 30 minutes prior to curtain. All seating is reserved and patrons can choose the table and seat. Tickets are non-refundable. Tickets are $15. Available show tickets will be posted on our Facebook page @wabenoareaplayers and the door of our performance venue six hours prior to our performances. Space is limited so purchase your tickets soon.
Wabeno Area Players, for tickets call Brown Paper Tickets (800) 838-3006 or order online at wabenoareaplayers.brownpapertickets.com
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