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Upcoming Events at Wildwood

From Open Mic Nights to noted lecturers, club activities and more, there is always something happening at STLCC-Wildwood. Take a look at some of our upcoming events, and make plans to join us on campus! For additional event information, view the Events Calendar

College Skills Day
Feb. 1 & 2
12-2 p.m.

From math study and reading, to note taking, goal setting, stress management and more, this event will provide you with strategies you can leverage in your studies. Stop by, meet with faculty and staff, and gain insights that will help you succeed in college.

Dynamics of Domestic Violence
Wednesday, Feb. 17
2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

Join us for a conversation on domestic violence with Kim Whitrap, intervention advocate from Women's Place. During this presentation, you'll gain insight into the subtle signs of abuse and ways you can provide support when you suspect someone is in an abusive relationship.

Creative Writing Club Contest
Submissions due Feb. 19, 2016

Students: Submit poems, short stories, plays and creative non-fiction pieces 10 pages or less for consideration in the Creative Writing Club Contest. Category winners will receive $50 Amazon gift cards, and the overall winner will receive a Kindle Fire. Entries will also be considered for The Sycamore, our annual literary magazine.  For more information, and to submit entries, contact Monica Swindle at mswindle1@stlcc.edu.

The Atoms Next Door: Symposium on Nuclear Waste
Feb. 20
6-9 p.m.

Leading experts on radioactive waste will converge at STLCC- Wildwood for, "The Atoms Next Door," a symposium that explores the regional and global implications of nuclear weapons development. The event includes a panel discussion with leading experts on the issue, and an art gallery that portrays people and communities affected by it.  Learn more and RSVP to attend.

Career Exploration Expo
Feb. 24
12-2 p.m.

From banking to education, nursing, marketing, IT and more, this expo will provide you with opportunities to connect with industry professionals, gain insights on career options and discover your path to career success. All are welcome and invited to attend.

Cadaver Lab Tour
March 1
6 p.m.

All students, regardless of major, are invited to join STLCC-Wildwood's Science Club at Logan University for a tour of the cadaver lab. View the flier for more information.

Artists & Apples Featuring Saxophonist Adam Larson
March 24
1-2 p.m.

Saxophonist-composer Adam Larson has garnered numerous awards that distinguish him as one of the most promising artists of his generation. Endorsed artist for P. Mauriat saxophones, D'Addario Woodwinds and Lebayle and Bari mouthpieces, his debut album Simple Beauty, and his follow-up album, Overdue Ovation, have received praise from critics such as Peter Hum (Ottawa Citizen), Andrea Canter (The Jazz Police), and Peter Bacon (The Jazz Breakfast-UK), just to name a few.

Come meet Adam Larson, enjoy his music and find out how he built a career in the industry. All are welcome! View the flier for more information.