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Tomorrow afternoon, the John Cook School of Business and Fifth Third Bank present Dr. Rita Numerof, co-author of the recently published book “Healthcare at a Turning Point: A Roadmap for Change.”
She will be speaking at 5pm in the Anheuser-Busch Auditorium in the Business School and a reception and book signing will follow in the atrium at 6pm. The event is free but please register here
Dr. Numerof is president of Numerof & Associates, Inc. and an internationally acclaimed consultant, author and speaker. She has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare spectrum on a global basis and has been a pioneer in the area of economic and clinical value.
The Changing Face of Healthcare
Tuesday, May 7th, 5pm
Anheuser-Busch Auditorium, John Cook School of Business
free, registration required
Can you believe it’s already the end of the year?! Yahoo!
In honor of the end of the semester and all of the studying the accompanies finals time, RHA is once again putting on Midnight Breakfast this Monday, May 6th between 10-11:30pm in the Griesedieck dining hall. It’s free, late at night, and full of breakfast food. What more could you want? Take a study break, grab some friends, and treat yourself to Midnight Breakfast! See ya there!
Monday, May 6th, 10-11:30pm
Gries Dining Hall
Just wanted to give a quick reminder that the play, Three Sisters, put on by SLU Theatre, runs through this weekend as well!
The performances are tonight (5/3) at 8pm, Saturday (5/4) at 8pm, and Sunday (5/5) at 2pm in University Theatre in Xavier. You can make reservations at (314) 977-3327. Tickets are $7 for students and $9 for SLU faculty/staff.
If you’d like to volunteer at the theatre or learn about auditions, contact John Lamb at (314) 977-2998 or e-mail him at email@example.com.
SLU Theatre Presents: Three Sisters
5/3 and 5/4 at 8pm, 5/5 at 2pm
University Theatre, Xavier Hall
$7 student, $9 faculty/staff
SLU’s Disability Services Club is sponsoring Muffins For Meals: Bake Sale for Feed My Starving Children, this upcoming week. They will be selling home-baked muffins in order to raise money for Feed My Starving Children, a Christian nonprofit hunger relief organization.
It is estimated that 925 million people are chronically hungry, even though there is enough food in the world for everyone to have adequate nutrition. FMSC works with volunteers to produce MannaPackTM Rice, a scientifically formulated food that is culturally acceptable worldwide. Almost 70 countries use these to give to children in need.
The Disability Services Club is trying to produce 100,000 meals for children around the world. In order to do this, they need to raise 22¢ for each meal, or $23,000 total. To raise money, they will be selling and delivering muffins around SLU’s campus this Monday, May 6th! If you would like to order a box of a dozen or half-dozen muffins (including cinnamon streusel, double chocolate chip, and blueberry muffins), fill out the order form here by this Friday, May 3rd at 2pm. The recommended donation for a dozen muffins is $22, and $11 for a half-dozen.
If you have any questions, please contact Hailey Shoemaker at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.makeadifferencestl.com .
Muffins For Meals: Bake Sale for Feed My Starving Children
Submission deadline Friday May 3rd at 2:00 PM;
event takes place on May 6th 7:00-10:00 AM