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    Monday, February 8, 2016

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    Monday, February 8, 2016
    11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarEducational Psychology and Methodology Brown Bag Speaker Series
    • Location: Education 335
    • Description: Dr. H. Harrington Cleveland from Pennsylvania State University will be presenting on “Applying Ecological Momentary Assessment to Understand the Linkages between Social Interactions, Affective State and Educational Engagement”. All students and faculty are invited and encouraged to attend. Sponsored by the Educational Psychology and Methodology RGSO.
    12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarBoot Camp
    • Location: Physical Education- Functional Fitness Studio
    • Description: Boot Camp A high-intensity interval training (H.I.T.T.) workout that will blast calories during and long after the class ends. A variety of equipment is utilized such as battling ropes, TRX, plyo boxes, kettle bells, and more! Modifications are given for all fitness levels. Limit of 15 participants.
    4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarChinese New Year Celebration
    • Location: Alumni Quad Dining Room
    • Description: 2016 Year of the Monkey! Featuring vegetable Lo Mein, General Tso’s chicken, vegetable Egg Rolls, Stir Fried vegetables, pork dumplings, and orange peel beef
    4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarChinese New Year Celebration
    • Location: State Quad Dining Room
    • Description: 2016 Year of the Monkey! Featuring vegetable Lo Mein, General Tso’s chicken, vegetable Egg Rolls, Stir Fried vegetables, pork dumplings, and orange peel beef
    4:15 PM - 5:30 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarDAES / ASRC Seminar - Timothy Cronin
    • Location: Earth Science, Room 232
    • Description: The Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences and the Atmospheric Science Research Center invite you to their joint colloquium featuring Timothy Cronin of Harvard University who will present his research on "Arctic temperature profiles and their sensitivity to climate change." All are welcome.
    4:30 PM - 5:15 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarInsanity
    • Location: Physical Education- Dance Studio
    • Description: Insanity® A cardio-based total-body conditioning class that will build muscle while stripping away fat, increase cardiovascular endurance and improve stamina. Be ready to sweat in this heart-pumping class!
    5:30 PM - 6:15 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarHula Hooping
    • Location: Physical Education- Dance Studio
    • Description: Hula Hooping Combines aerobics and conditioning exercises while hula hooping. This class will improve balance, flexibility, and core strength. Come ready to have some fun!
    6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarLLC Italian Film and Conversation Nights
    • Location: Business Administration 233
    • Description: Join us for La Vita è Bella (Life is Beautiful): "When an open-minded Jewish librarian and his son become victims of the Holocaust, he uses a perfect mixture of will, humor and imagination to protect his son from the dangers around their camp."(IMDB) In Italian with English Subtitles
    6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarPower Yoga
    • Location: Physical Education- Dance Studio
    • Description: Incorporates light weights into a fun and challenging yoga flow. Combines the stretching and lengthening of yoga with the strengthening and toning of weightlifting to supercharge your metabolism. It builds strength, flexibility, and balance, all of which are useful for exercise and daily life! Focus and determination to master the workout allows the mind to be clear like a traditional yoga class. Modifications are offered and weights are optional, making this suitable for all fineness levels.
    6:30 PM - 7:15 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarTRX
    • Location: Physical Education- Functional Fitness Studio
    • Description: TRX® Transform your body into a machine. TRX Suspension Training uses body weight exercises to develop strength, balance, flexibility and core stability all at once. Space is limited, so come early.
    7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarWomen's Basketball vs. Binghamton
    • Location: SEFCU Arena
    • Description: UAlbany takes on America East opponent Binghamton for a matchup beginning at 7 P.M. in the SEFCU Arena.
    7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarSpinning
    • Location: Physical Education- Spin/Cycling Studio
    • Description: Spinning® Will get your heart pumping while riding on the SPINNER (R) bike. Throughout the class, the instructor simulates hill-climbing, sprints, and races, to fun music! This non-impact cycling workout is one of the most efficient ways to reach your fitness goals. Water and towels are a must when you attend. This is suitable for all fitness levels.
    7:30 PM - 8:45 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarSexuality Month Event: "What's Up Down There?"
    • Location: Campus Center 375
    • Description: Join us for this fun and competitive program and see how much you know about your body and all of its bits and how it functions. We will share fun and sexy tips along the way as we explain what is up down there on both men and women and will cover erogenous zones, common problems that can emerge, symptoms that are harmless as well as concerning and the best ways to care for our bodies for optimum sexual health!
    9:00 PM - 10:15 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarSexuality Month Event: Coming Out Monologues
    • Location: Campus Center 375
    • Description: Coming out is different for everyone. What does it mean to come out? Why do we have to come out? These real stories about love, life, and the meaning of community, written by UAlbany faculty, staff, and students and performed by UAlbany students, can best be described as “social justice through theatre.”