Friday, March 28, 2014

Vol State Events for April and May

Vol State April and May Events Calendar 2014

All events are free, unless specified.

Ongoing          Sumner County Elementary Art Exhibit, Ramer Great Hall, through April 6

April 1             Lecture: “Room for Everyone: The Gay and Lesbian Experience” by Kathy Halbrooks and Deb Moore, Mattox room 104, 12:45pm

April 2             Lecture: “Star Trek” by Laura Black, Nichols Dining Room, 12:20pm

April 3             WWII Display by Peter Johnson, Nichols Dining Room, 8am to 3:45pm

April 3             Science and Math Expo, for kids and parents, Wallace Building North,

2:30pm to 6pm

April 3             Elementary Art Exhibit Reception, Ramer Great Hall, 3:30pm-5:30pm

April 7             Student Showcase, arts and crafts, Wood Campus Center Hallway, 10am to 1pm, 4pm to 6pm

April 7             Lecture: “The Lonesome Democracy of American Poets” by Matthew McDonald, Mattox 104, 12:20pm

April 8             Baseball, versus Motlow, 5pm

April 10           STEM Expo for secondary school students, Gallatin campus

April 11           Avancemos Juntos Hispanic Higher Education Conference, 7:30am-3pm, Nichols Dining Room, RSVP required at

April 11           Lecture: “The Poetics of Consciousness” by Thomas Mether and Melissa Fox, Mattox 135, 10:10am

April 11           Baseball, versus Southwest, 3pm

April 11           Softball, versus Walters, 4pm

April 11, 12     “A Night in Italy”, dinner and concert, Ramer Great Hall, 6:30pm, $20 advance tickets are required through Humanities, 615-230-3201

April 12           Sumner County Bluegrass Jamboree, free performances, register for competitions, Caudill Hall, 10am to 6pm

April 12           Vol State Family Day, Easter Egg Hunt, Library Lawn, 11am

April 12           Vol State Home Plate celebration, baseball and softball games at noon, free food

April 15           Honors Night: celebration and information for students considering the honors program, Nichols Dining Room, 6pm

April 16           Lecture: “Hispanic Immigration: Misconceptions and Truths”, by Jaime Sanchez, Mattox 104, 12:20pm

April 16           Honors Student Presentations, Nichols Dining Room, 12:20pm

April 16           Music Department show at the Whippoorwill on the Square in Gallatin, 6:30pm

April 17           Coffee with the Prez, Cafeteria, 10am-11am

April 17           Spring Fling, Plaza and Library Lawn, 10am to 2pm

April 17           Pre-Nursing Advising Session with Belmont University, Warf 110, 12:45pm

April 22           Vol State Student Art Exhibit, Thigpen Library and Ramer Great Hall, continuing through May

April 22           Pre-Nursing Advising Session with Union University, Warf 110, 12:45pm

April 22           Baseball, versus Wallace, 2pm

April 23           “The American Empire and the Consequences for Humanity” by Michael Lenz, Nichols Dining Room, 12:20pm

April 23           Vets Next Steps, advice for veterans, Pickel Field House room 130A, 9:30am

April 23           Job Career Fair, Pickel Field House Gym, 10am to 1pm

April 25, 26     Music Department Spring Showcase Concert, Wemyss Auditorium in Caudill Hall, 7:30pm, free with Vol State ID, $5 suggested donation for public, $10 with copy of the spring music CD

April 26           Commercial Music Ensemble, Gallatin Square Fest, Gallatin Square, Noon

May Events Calendar 2014

May 2              Student Services Graduate Awards, Cafeteria and Nichols Dining Room, 5:30pm

May 3              Vol State Cycling Classic, scholarship fundraiser, start 8:30am and after, Vol State campus in Gallatin, registration required, visit

May 10            Graduation, Pickel Field House, 10am, tickets required

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