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Upcoming Events for February 2018

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Feb
21–23

Fluency Dawg-Gone Fast: Three Day Introduction to Mandarin

Join in this fast-paced introduction to Mandarin—the most-spoken language in the world. Led by Terry Waltz, expert in Mandarin and Total Physical Response Storytelling, the course introduces participants to a new language teaching methodology aimed at promoting fluency fast.

Feb
22

Aralee Strange Lecture: Shirley Brice Heath

Shirley Brice Heath's lecture titled "The Arts as Brick and Mortar of Community Building," will draw from national and international contexts in which the arts are building community togetherness, communication and, sometimes, solace and comfort.

Feb
22

2018 Department of Kinesiology's Lewis Lecture Series

This year's speaker for the 2018 Lewis Lecture Series is Jeff Volek.

Feb
23

Free Speech and Hearing Screenings

Free speech and hearing screenings for children and adults.

Feb
23

NEA Big Read Literary Fashion Shows: 'To Live' by the Color Red, Gold, and Black

Fashion students from UGA’s Department of Textiles, Merchandising, and Interiors will host their annual public fashion show. This year's fashions will include those influenced by Hua’s novel and inspired by Chinese couture.

Feb
27

Dumplings at the Garden: An Evening of Food and Literature by which 'To Live'

Celebrate Chinese cuisine, as inspired by Yu Hua's famous novel "To Live," by learning how to make Chinese dumplings at the State Botanical Garden.

Feb
27

Student Appreciation Day

Come celebrate student appreciation day with the College of Education!

Feb
28

A 'Novel' Approach to Discussing Literature: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Yu Hua's 'To Live'

Join us for a panel discussion featuring interdisciplinary perspectives on "To Live."