For those IEGAP members that were not able to join us, we wanted to make sure everyone has the upcoming events and can mark their calendars in advance and hopefully join us.
Art exhibition FROM WITHIN
Artist Talk with Chanika Svetvilas and Jennifer Cabral-Pierce
This special art exhibit showcases the hidden talents of amateur artists on staff and faculty from within Fitz-Randolph gates at Princeton University.
Thursday, March 14th,
12 noon to 1 pm113 Dickinson Hall
Lunch/Refreshment will be provided
RSVP sign up sheet will be sent out in the next week.
Princeton International Cinema Spring Series
Wednesday, March 6th – Shoplifters (Japan)
Thursday, April 4th – Capernaum (Lebanon)
Thursday, May 2nd – Rafiki (Kenya)
The following movies listed below have been scheduled for the next 3 months as part of the Princeton International Cinema Series. Great way for us to gather outside of work.
*** Note the following: Movies start @ 5:30 pm, and are held at the Princeton Garden Theatre, they are free to IEGAP Members and include free popcorn. Guest will have to pay entrance fee but IEGAP pays for the popcorn (for the first 20 people). Running times tend to be 1 hour, 25 minutes.
Lunch and Language Spring Series
We are happy to announce that we have a Lunch & Language Program event scheduled and flyers will be shared prior to this event. We look forward to see everyone.
Chi B. Chung and Quoc B. NguyenWednesday,
March 27th, 2019
Carl Fields Center
Habitat for Humanity
Community Outreach committee has been working diligently with Habitat for Humanity to volunteer as a group for an upcoming House-Build and volunteering at one of their home improvement ReStore. A poll will be sent out next month for the committee member to get an idea on the number of volunteer what would be interested and dedicated to participate over the spring for this activity. We plan to organize two IEGAP groups: weekend and weekday depending on our availability.
We look forward to organizing a successful event with a good group of IEGAP volunteer.
Professional Development Committee: Other ideas the group came up with is to have a “Book Club” No pressure! if anyone is interested, please read The Unwinding of the Miracle A Memoir of Life, Death, and Everything That Comes After By Julie Yip-Williams. We can have a brief discussion at our next team meeting, which is targeted to be scheduled mid-April.Here is a short review from NYT Review. You can borrow this book from Princeton Library: https://catalog.princeton.edu/catalog/11140202
We will be reaching out to Satomi and team to work out a way we can keep this series going in the absence of Shef. Everyone enjoyed this event and would love to see it continue. Stay tuned!
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