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Menhaden Defenders: Why Defend?

The population of Atlantic menhaden (bunker) is at an all-time low. The loss of menhaden spells disaster for striped bass, tuna, bluefish, weakfish, osprey, whales, birds, and marine mammals. Captain Paul Eidman, founder of Menhaden Defenders, discusses the importance of rebuilding this stock. If we want to protect our game fish and marine mammals, we must protect their food! Come learn what you can do to ensure these fish remain abundant in our coastal waters.

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Monmouth University Award for Communication Excellence (MACE) Award

Presentation of this year’s Monmouth Award for Communication Excellence (MACE) will be to film producers/directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord. The event includes a discussion about their award-winning filmmaking techniques moderated by Monmouth University Professor Rob Scott.

A cocktail reception preceding the presentation will be held at 6 p.m. in the Gallery of Pollak Theatre.

The award presentation and program will be held in Pollak Theatre.

The program is free but registration will be required. For more information please contact Nicole Frame, Assistant Director of Conference Services and Special Events, at 732.571.3473 or nframe@monmouth.edu.

About the Honorees:

Phil Lord and Chris Miller are the prolific writing and directing duo behind some of today’s most successful films, including, The Lego Movie, 21 & 22 Jump Street and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. In 2014, the duo saw incredible success at the box office and were the only writers/directors with two films ranked among the top highest grossing features of the year. Up next for film, the duo will be directing the highly anticipated untitled Star Wars Anthology. Focusing on a young Han Solo, the feature is slated for a May 25, 2018 release date and will be written by Lawrence and Jon Kasdan.

For more information on this event, please visit the MACE Award web site.

MBA Homecoming Barbecue

Attendance by Invitation Only

“We Bleed Blue”

MBA Homecoming Barbecue

Two-hour barbecue event held on the terrace outside Pozycki Hall as part of the University’s homecoming weekend events. In the event of rain, the BBQ will be held inside. Upon request, attendees are offered free tickets to the football game.

Attendance at this event is by invitation only and not open to the general public.

Saturday, October 24, 2015

11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Pozycki Hall, Leon Hess Business School

Sponsored by: Leon Hess Business School, LHBS Business Council & MBA Program

FOR MORE INFORMATION

nkelly@monmouth.edu

732-571-3434

J. Seward Johnson Sculptures

Following an early career as a painter, Seward Johnson turned his talents to the medium of sculpture. Since then, more than 450 of Johnson’s life-size cast bronze figures have been featured in private collections and museums in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia, as well as prominent places in the public realm such as Rockefeller Center, Pacific Place, Hong Kong, Les Halles in Paris, and Via Condotti in Rome. Seward Johnson is most widely known for his sculptures depicting people engaged in every day activities. Johnson’s desire to highlight the mundane in his Celebrating the Familiar sculpture series has brought a unique voice to the world of art in public spaces.

Johnson is often recognized for his most dramatic work — and also his largest — the 70’ aluminum giant entitled The Awakening. This sculpture was selected for the International Sculpture Conference & Exhibition and is currently sited along the Potomac River at National Harbor in Washington, DC. This work was profiled in LIFE magazine, Time Magazine and has become a “must see” destination in the nation’s capitol. In recent years, Seward Johnson’s monumental scale sculptures have captured the attention of the international media and a global audience. Among these are the 26 foot tall Forever Marilyn with her skirt blowing upwards defying the stainless steel and aluminum materials. Also, the iconic “kiss” sculpture depicting the moment in Times Square when the sailor and nurse embraced in celebration of the conclusion of World War II. 

Pieces on Exhibit

God Bless America (Located in front of Pollak Theatre)
Strolling Professor (Located in front of Pollak Theatre)
Between Classes (Located in front of Pozycki Hall) 

Exhibited April 8 – August 31

Met Opera Summer Encore: Tosca (Broadcast Live in HD)

Puccini’s enduring favorite, starring an exceptional trio of singing actors in the leading roles, features acclaimed American soprano Patricia Racette as the ultimate diva, Floria Tosca, in Luc Bondy’s production. French tenor Roberto Alagna sings Tosca’s lover, the painter Cavaradossi, and Georgian baritone George Gagnidze is the corrupt, lustful Scarpia. Italian maestro Riccardo Frizza conducts Puccini’s sweeping, dramatic tale of murder, lust, and political intrigue.

(originally transmitted live on November 9, 2013)

Pediatric Emergency Care

The instructor will present an overview of conditions that require pediatric emergency care. Focusing on body systems, a review clinical findings will be highlighted. Goals and strategies for treatment will be reviewed. An emphasis will be on cases that should not be missed and how to identify the sick child in all healthcare settings.

Cost: $75/$60 for MU Students & Alumni (A light dinner is included in the program fee)

This program will provide 3 contact hours for nurses.

Register Online

For More Information

Barbara Paskewich, MSN,RN, MA, CHES, Director of Professional Development and Special Projects
732-571-3694
bpaskewi@monmouth.edu