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Alchemist

Events

Spring 2017

January

  • 18th Welcome Days Treasure Hunt, East Peoria Campus Library  11 am to 1 pm
  • 27th TED Talk and Discussion, 213A Noon

February

  • 3rd TED Talk and Discussion, 213A Noon
  • 8th Community Presentation: Carl Cannon, 212C/D Noon
  • 17th TED Talk and Discussion, 213A Noon
  • 21st Movie Matinee, 212C/D 1 pm
     

March

  • 3rd TED Talk and Discussion, 213A Noon
  • 8th Faculty Presentation: Megan Foster-Campbell, 212C/D Noon
  • 22nd Movie Matinee, 212C/D 1 pm
  • 24th TED Talk and Discussion, 213A Noon
  • 28th Community Presentation: Lisa Snow, 212C/D Noon

April

  • 5th Faculty/Staff Presentation: Margot Vance and Tia Van, 212C/D Noon
  • 7th TED Talk and Discussion, 213A Noon
  • 11th Community Presentation: Carole Ronane, 212C/D Noon
  • 21st TED Talk and Discussion, 213A Noon
  • 27th Book Discussion, 212C/D

 

Fall 2016

August

  • 18th from 11 am to 1 pm in the East Peoria Library, Welcome Days: Treasure Hunt

September

  • 2nd at Noon in 213A, Ted Talk and Discussion
  • 6th at 7 pm in Arbor Hall Auditorium, Between the Lines
  • 7th at Noon in 212 C/D Community Leader presentation with Rachel and Maria Kramer
  • 16th at Noon in 213A, Ted Talk and Discussion
  • 20th at 1 pm in 212 C/D, Movie Matinee

October

  • 7th at Noon in 213A, Ted Talk and Discussion
  • 11th at Noon in 212 C/D, Faculty Presentation with Ray Kowalczyk
  • 21st at Noon in 213A, Ted Talk and Discussion
  • 26th at Noon in 212 C/D, Faculty Presentation with Christopher Gauthier

 

November

  • 4th at Noon in 213A, Ted Talk and Discussion
  • 10th at Noon in 212 C/D, Faculty Presentation with Joe Chianakas
  • 16th at Noon in 212 C/D, Book Discussion of The Alchemist
  • 17th at Noon in 212 C/D, Faculty Presentation with Ray Kowalczyk (encore presentation)
  • 18th at Noon in 213A, Ted Talk and Discussion
  • 29th at 1 pm in 212 C/D, Movie Matinee

TED Talks

Do you want to get your students involved in One Book, One College events but can't make the events? Incorporate our series of TED Talks into your classroom.  Each month we are watching two TED Talks.  We will have discussion guides for each presentation.

This is a great way to get online students involved in the One Book,One College discussion. 

"TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less). TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Entertainment and Design converged, and today covers almost all topics — from science to business to global issues — in more than 100 languages. Meanwhile, independently run TEDx events help share ideas in communities around the world." -From Ted.com

 

 

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