Attend a â€˜Moodyâ€™ Colorado State concert
While the bassoon may be an under-appreciated performance instrument, tonight, CSU professor Gary Moody will attempt to enlighten his audience to the bassoonâ€™s artistic potential.
Today at 7:30 p.m. in the Organ Recital Hall of the University Center for the Arts , Moody will perform bassoon music spanning three centuries, including a performance of Jules Mouquetâ€™s Ballade, Op. 34.
Dr. Moody is a professor of double reeds and music theory at CSU. He has been part of the Breckenridge Music Festival Orchestra and he has performed recitals across the United States.
Admission is $7 for CSU students, $1 for youth (2-17) and $12 for adults.
Interested attendees can contact event contact Jennifer Clary at (970) 491-3603.
Gain knowledge, not stress, from reading
Everyoneâ€™s been there: after 50 pages of reading from a textbook, the only information obtained is, well, nothing.
This happens when critical reading isnâ€™t being practiced, but tonight at 7 p.m., students can learn skills to actually process the information they read.
The Critical Reading Workshop will take place in Room 105 of the TILT (The Institute for Teaching and Learning) building, and it will cover tips on how to critical read things from textbooks to scholarly articles.
Event contact Christie Yeadon can be reached at (970) 491-2519 for more information.
Front Range Student Ecology Symposium comes to Lory Student Center
The FRES (Front Range Student Ecology Symposium) is a student-run organization that allows Front Range students doing research in ecology to exhibit their work with peers and fellow students interested in ecology.
Tomorrow at 7:15 a.m. in the Lory Student Center, the FRES will exhibit their research, and Dr. Nalini Dadkarni, a professor of ecology, will give the keynote address.
Tomorrowâ€™s FRES will also feature a panel lunch time discussion.
Those interested can call Amber Childress at (806) 759-3053 for more information.