Learning Resource Center Tip of the Week: BE FLEXIBLE!

   
The details… This week’s tip is simply a reminder that when the inevitable “unexpected” happens (sickness, car troubles, etc.) responsibilities (work, studio projects, written essays, exam prep) do not stop. In other words, you need to be able to fit the unexpected into your schedule. When the unexpected starts to mess with your schedule (or if you want to plan ahead), stop in the Learning Resource Center to learn how to rearrange your schedule (so it doesn’t’ manage you – you manage it). Learning practical strategies for being flexible includes knowing who to ask for help. Don’t be shy.
Contact email: cathrynwilson@miad.edu
Contact name: Cathryn Wilson

MIAD Talent Show

Date: Friday, March 23rd
Time: 7 PM
Where: MIAD Cafeteria
Details: Celebrate Spring and returning to school with:
•Amazing Talent
•Free Pizza
•Free Entertainment
•Our favorite hosts, Nate and Steve!

Email: rickyheldt@miad.edu, thomasroberts@miad.edu
Contact:Ricky Heldt, Tom Roberts

Talent Show Sign Up

   
Date? March 2nd – March 23rd
Time? Anytime
Where? Student Desk R45
How Much? Free
The details… •The annual MIAD Talent Show is on March 23rd (First friday back after Spring Break)
•Sign up your act at the Student Desk in R45 any time between now and the last day before spring break.  Limited to 8 spots.
•There will be $200 dollars in prizes!
•Brought to you by MIAD Student Government

25th Anniversary Gala at Walkers Point Center for the Arts

   
Date? April 19, 2012
Time? 6pm – 9pm
Where? Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, 839 South 5th Street, Milwaukee
How Much? $20/Member
The details… Music and dance performances will take place and raffle prizes, a silent art auction and hors d’oeuvres will be available throughout the evening for your enjoyment.
Contact email: maryo@wpca-milwaukee.org
Contact name: Mary Overman
Weblink http://wpca-milwaukee.org/25th-anniversary/

Email Spam – Tax Time

To the MIAD community…

Since it’s tax time and everyone has the IRS and money on their minds you’re likely to receive email spam trying to take advantage of this.

If you receive anything via email claiming to be from the IRS, the State of Wisconsin Department of Revenue or any other organization or government entity do NOT simply respond and hand over your personal information. None of these organizations will communicate with you via email unless you’ve contacted them first.

And even if you have been in contact with them about your case, be VERY careful to read who these messages are really from. None of these organizations will ask for personal information via email. When in doubt always call the office in question and speak with a human about what concerns you.

Caveat emptor, don’t take any wooden nickels and remember: wherever you go, there you are.

 

Steve White
Network/Systems Manager
Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design