The LSSU Learning Center's Campus Connections and Michigan GEAR UP programs invite you to learn more about the LINKS peer-to-peer mentoring and support program that allows students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and general education students to experience better connections to education and develop greater social understanding. The LINKS program is used in schools within the Eastern Upper Peninsula to enable students to gain a better understanding of individual differences. Angela Craven, LMSW/SSW, has helped to develop the program in the EUP and will share her insights and experiences in support of this great program! She will also share ways that you or your organization can play a role in helping the youth. Lunch is free - so please come make a nice sandwich and enjoy a steamy cup of soup and learn more about opportunities to be a good neighbor in our local community. No RSVP required - just drop in.
The Walker Cisler Center invites you to beat the stress of finals week with free massages and hot chocolate. Daymakers Spa will be set up in the Peacock Cove for any students who would like to have their stresses massaged away. You can also be entered in a drawing for a free gift from Daymakers, so stop on by. First come, first served.
Two seniors majoring in mathematics will present their senior research projects today. Everyone is invited to attend. Katherine Krueger will present "Modeling of the Influenza Virus" from 12:30-1:20 p.m., and Daniel Radke will present Graph Theory and Computational Geometry from 1:30-2:20 p.m.