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Event Details

Monday, April 21, 2014

Findlay-area Campus Presents "Animals Acting Like People"
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Owens Findlay-area campus library will proudly display children�s picture book illustrations from the Mazza Museum featuring �Animals Acting Like People!� If you have ever granted personhood to your favorite pet or told a child he or she was eating like a bird, this is an exhibit you will want to see. LOCATION: Findlay-area Campus Library

"Multiple Perspectives" Project Display
8:00 AM The English department asked their students who had read the book “American Salvage” to create a multi genre project that would signify a theme from one of the stories in the book. What these students created is amazing and it's on display in the entryway of the Toledo-area Campus library! View their interpretations of the book - via several mediums - paint, pen and ink, jewelry, multi-dimensional and much more! LOCATION: Library Entryway, Toledo-area Campus

National Cesar E. Chavez Blood Drive Challenge
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM The National Cesar E. Chavez Blood Drive Challenge celebrates Cesar E. Chavez's legacy as an American civic leader by engaging students to: 1) Promote health education 2) Promote health and science careers 3) Promote civic engagement 4) Save lives. LOCATION: SHAC, Toledo-area Campus

10th Anniversary Student Show
3:30 PM - 6:30 PM This juried exhibition showcases the best student work produced in the College's Visual Art Classes. Free and open to the public. LOCATION: Walter E. Terhune Gallery, Center for Fine and Performing Arts, Toledo-area Campus

Free Confidential HIV Testing
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Free Confidential HIV Testing by UTMC. Results will be received within 15 minutes. Location: College Hall 164

Health Information Sessions
4:30 PM Are you considering a pre-health major here at Owens Community College? Please join us at one of the Pre-Health Information sessions to find out specific information about the Selective Admission process, curriculum, and how to prepare for your major. Health Advisors will be available to answer questions. For more information, please contact: or call (567) 661-7190 LOCATION: College Hall 130, Toledo-area Campus