1:00-1:30 p.m.


Jacquelynn Pratt, OMS II

Bernard Ploeger S.M., Ph.D.
President, Brother Bernard Ploeger, SM, Ph.D., of Charminate University – University mission to Hawaii and the U.S. Affiliate Pacific and their commitment to preparing health care professionals.

Patrician Lee-Robinson
Associate Provost
Director of Office of Health Professions
Advising & Undergraduate Research
Chaminade University – Chaminade & ATSU agreements; the consistency of osteopathic medicine with traditional Pacific healing and the mission to improve access to undeserved Hawaiian populations and diversification of health care workforce.


8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Tour the Creation Station, view poster presentation, exhibits, and more!

Featuring:  A Voyage to Health, A National Library of Medicine exhibit about the revival of Native Hawaiian traditions.


Registration opens at 9:00 a.m. in Ray Klinginsmith Amphitheatre
Tournament play starts at 10:00 a.m., Rotary Park Disc Golf Course

Teams of two, $20 per person
All proceeds to benefit Hospice of Northeast Missouri

For more information contact Ricki Diamond, Rotaract secretary, rdiamond@atsu.edu


7:00 p.m.
Mehegan Classroom
Faculty, staff, students, and significant others are invited to participate, so spread the word.
Please register before September 26 for this event by using either Facebook or sending an emailing to atsusaa2vp@gmail.com.
Participants can be put into teams the night of the event.
Teams will be either in groups of two for $5 or teams of six for $10. If you do not have a team please come anyway and you will be added to a team. Please try and be outside the Mehegan Classroom between 6:30 p.m. and 6:45.p.m. so we can get everyone organized.
Refreshments will be provided at no cost while the event is being held. There will be prizes for the winners!

Sign-up deadline is midnight, September 26

No charge for KCOM and MOSDOH students and their spouses.  Others should email dmartin@atsu.edu/626.2213 to determine if exempt from fee
Player provides clean, non-marketing shoes, such as court or basketball shoes, etc.

Beginner’s clinic can be scheduled upon request.  Contact nsargentini@atsu.edu if interested.

League will begin week of September 29 and end in week of December 1.  Involves one match per week for nine weeks.

Players will usually play on the same day each week, depending upon which skill division they are in.   Days that groups play will be determined after the sign-up deadline.

Send email to nsargentini@atsu.edu if you wish to play.  In email list name, contact phone and email address, skill level, and nights or hours you cannot play.

7:00 p.m.
Baldwin Hall
Truman State University

The Town Hall is focused on preparing students for a future life of citizenship and protest and will include a diverse, professional panel of Truman professors that will discuss the issues surrounding the recent incidents in Ferguson, Mo.  The panel includes Marc Becker (with his knowledge of South American revolutions), Linda Seidel (with her discussion of class and “White Fear”), Doug Davenport (militarization of police), Marilyn Yaquinto (media background and research into protest movements). There will also be a Q&A session for the audience.

No admission charge.  For more information contact stuaffairs@truman.edu or 660.785.4111.


Two lectures being presented:

October 2, 6:00 p.m., CDT
October 3, Noon, CDT

Both in the Mehegan Classroom

Will be broadcast live at this link

Sponsored by the Sports Medicine Club


Mehegan Classroom

Refreshments provided

Faculty, staff, students, and significant others are invited to this battle of wits.

Trivia tournaments will be broken into blocks and the winning teams will battle it out in a last round block.

Entry fees are individual for $3, a team of two for $5, or a team of 6 for $10.

Contact Anne Dahlseng at atsusaa2vp@gmail.com no later than September 22 if interested in entering as an individual or as a team.

More details will be provided later.

1:00 p.m.
McMain Auction House
23319 Highway 6 West
Go to Facebook to learn more about NEMO Search & Rescue.


Courthouse lawn, downtown

For students, white coat attire is preferred

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