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This Calendar will be updated frequently.
Please call the Sesquicentennial Office (850) 644-0150 for more information on any event
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January 3, 2001
Federal Express Orange Bowl, FSU vs Oklahoma (football)

January 10, 2001
MLK Celebration

January 24, 2001
HAPPY BIRTHDAY FSU!   Sesquicentennial Celebration Kick-Off - WESTCOTT PLAZA.

January 26, 2001
University Club 75th Anniversary Banquet

January 29 - February 4, 2001
College of Human Sciences Celebration Week - (CHS home)

January 29, 2001
"Contributions of the engaged university: Promoting the positive development of America's youth and families" - Sponsored by The College of Human Science.

January 30, 2001
Student Research Day - Sponsored by The College of Human Science.

January 31, 2001
All Student Convocation - Sponsored by The College of Human Science.

 


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February 1, 2001
Alumni Open House and Reception - Sponsored by The College of Human Science.

February 1, 2001
Home Textile Industry Lecture Series- Sponsored by The College of Human Science.

February 2, 2001
Food Safety Symposium featuring Dr. Michael Doyle and Martha Rhodes-Roberts Hazel K. Stiebeling Lecture and Reception featuring Dr. Catherine Woteki, Under Secretary of Agriculture for Food Safety, USDA - Sponsored by The College of Human Science

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Dr.Natholyn Harris Retirement Dinner - Sponsored by The College of Human Science.

February 7, 2001 -
Sesquicentennial Retired Faculty Brunch -
10:00am in the University Center Ballroom.

February 9 - February 11, 2001
SPORTSFEST 2001

February 16 - February 26, 2001
TALLAHASSEE: Seven Days of Opening Nights

February 16
TALLAHASSEE: Seven Days of Opening Nights: "Pleasures of Sight and States of Being" Exhibition Opening 6:00 pm - FSU Museum of Fine Arts

February 16
TALLAHASSEE: Seven Days of Opening Nights: The Suzanne Farrell Ballet - 8:00 pm - Ruby Diamond Auditorium

February 17
TALLAHASSEE: Seven Days of Opening Nights: "From Belle to Broadway" starring Paige O'Hara and alumnus Michael Piontek - 8:00 pm - Ruby Diamond Auditorium

February 19 - February 25, 2001
Sesquicentennial Spring Fling Alumni Weekend

February 20, 2001
TALLAHASSEE: Seven Days of Opening Nights: Hal Holbrook in "Mark Twain Tonight!" 8:00 pm - Ruby Diamond Auditorium

February 21, 2001
TALLAHASSEE: Seven Days of Opening Nights: "Curdled" 8:00pm - Ruby Diamond Auditorium

February 22, 2001
TALLAHASSEE: Seven Days of Opening Nights: Reading by Pulitzer Prize-winning authors Robert Olen Butler and Oscar Hijuelos 8:00 pm - Opperman Music Hall

February 24, 2001
TALLAHASSEE: Seven Days of Opening Nights: Denyce Graves, Metropolitan Opera Mezzo-Soprano, with the University Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Phillip Spurgeon and Alexander Jimenez

February 24, 2001
Saturday Matinee Free Community Event 11:00 am-5:00 pm - Kleman Plaza

February 25, 2001
TALLAHASSEE: Seven Days of Opening Nights: Air Force Band of Mid-America, free concert 2:00 pm - Ruby Diamond Auditorium

Februrary 26, 2001
THE BOSTON POPS ESPLANADE ORCHESTRA (in conjunction with TALLAHASSEE: Seven Days of Opening Nights) - 7:30 pm - Leon County Civic Center

Februrary 26-March 3, 2001
College of Law Celebration Week - (COL home)

 


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March 2001
Asian American Heritage Month

March 13, 2001
Emeritus Alumni Weekend

March 19 - March 25, 2001
College of Business Celebration Week - (COB home)

March 20, 2001
Dean's Student/Faculty/Staff Reception - 2:30 - 4:30 pm - Weichelt Lounge

March 21, 2001
Dedication of the COB Technology Center

March 23, 2001
Jim Moran Institute Entrepreneurial Showcase - 12 noon - University Center COB Golf Tournament - Seminole Golf Course

March 23, 2001
President's Sesquicentennial Ice cream Social - Landis Green (ICS - home)

March 24, 2001
COB Open House - 10:30 - 11:30 am - Rovetta Business Building Golden Moments with Gladys Knight - Reception, dinner, alumni awards - Leon County Civic Center

March 29, 2001
FSU Day at the Capitol

March 31 - April 6, 2001
College of Medicine Celebration Week (COM home) *Additional events to be announced

March 31 - April 7, 2001
Student Life Celebration Week

 

 


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May 21 - May 27, 2001
School of Information Studies Celebration Week - (SIS home)

 


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September 3 - September 9, 2001
College of Social Sciences Celebration Week - (COSS home)

September 5-9, 2001
Department Exhibits, Atrium Bellamy Building.

September 5, 2001
College Ice Cream Party honoring COSS Students, Staff and Faculty, 2pm-Atrium Bellamy Building.

September 6, 2001
Honorary Degree Ceremony & Reception for Reid Hughes, 4:30 pm-Opperman Music Hall.

September 7, 2001
Dedication, Pepper Stained Glass, 10 am-Claude Pepper Center.
-- Luncheon honoring out of town guests, Noon-University Center Club. (RSVP)
-- Urban & Regional Planning Reunion Banquet, Speaker: Raymond Christman, President and CEO, Atlanta Federal Home Loan Bank, 6:30 pm-Killearn Country Club. $40-Alumni   $25-Students, RSVP by Aug 3 to Kathy Dispennette at 644-4570.

September 8, 2001
Social Science Alumni Seminars Devoe Moore Center, 150 E. Bellamy: 8:30 am Continental Breakfast
9:00 am Session A:
--        Genevieve Giuliano, Social Sciences, University of Southern California, "New Urbanism".
10 am Session B:
--        Russell Thornton, Professor of Anthropology at UCLA, "Who Owns our Past? Repatriating Native American Human Remains and Objects".
11 am Session C:
--       Manuel Johnson, Co-chairman and Sr. Partner Johnson Smick International, Inc., "Today's Economy".
11:45am Luncheon

September 10- September 16, 2001
School of Nursing Celebration Week - (Nursing Home)

September 11, 2001
Deans Fall Colloquium NASA Nurse, Martine Myers, presents "Flight Medicine as it Relates to Nursing", 2 pm-Union Ballroom.  Reception following the speech, 4 pm.

September 12, 2001
Health Screenings, All Day-Union Courtyard Flea Market.

September 13, 2001
Open House "Technology Day", 10am-2pm & 6pm-7pm-School of Nursing 3rd Floor.

September 17 - September 23, 2001
School of Motion Picture, Television and Recording Arts Celebration Week - (MPTRA home)

September 21, 2001
Film School Retrospective - Part I Screening films made by students of the FSU Film School from 1991 through 2000.  Filmmakers will be available for Q&A sessions and to discuss their current projects.  All Screenings 7-10pm-The FSU Student Life Building.
1991-THE CLEARING (MFA) -Ken Jones, Director
Richard Travis, Cinematographer & Alice Stephens, Writer
1992-SPIRIT OF THE WIND (MFA)-
Timothy Dee, Writer/Director
1993- SHAR-PEI DIEM (BFA)-In Memory of Mr. Ralph Cook
1994- TRINITY (MFA)-Thomas Roush, Producer
Jed Kaleko, Production Designer
RADIOMAN (MFA) - Bruce Bullock, Producer
1995-THE PIT (MFA)-Jed Kaleko, Writer/Director

September 22, 2001
Film School Retrospective- Part II
1996-WONTON AND HAMENTASCHEN (BFA)-
Guest Actors: Louise Kahn, Sue Stamper, David Wang & Abner Wang
1997-A FULL CUP (BFA)-Kathy S. Barber, Producer
Nancy Potter, Writer/Director of Photography
1998-SLOW DANCIN' DOWN THE AISLES OF THE QUICKCHECK (MFA) Thomas Wade Jackson, Writer/Director
1999-MISS DECEMBER (BFA)-Kelly Davis, Editor
2000-BREATHS (MFA)-Amy Ellison, Co Writer/Director

September 21-September 28, 2001
School of Music Celebration Week - (SM home) *Additional events to be announced

September 21, 2001
Chamber Orchestra, Chris Confessore, guest conductor, with alumnus Scott Watkins, piano soloist, 8pm-Opperman Music Hall Ticketed Event: 644-6500. *

September 22, 2001
Sesquicentennial Historical Concert: A celebration of 100 years of music-making at FSU, 8 pm-Opperman Music Hall.  FREE & open to the public. *

September 23, 2001
Chamber Orchestra, Chris Confessore, guest conductor with alumnus Scott Watkins, piano soloist.  Reception following the concert, 2:30pm-Opperman Music Hall.  Ticketed Event: 644-6500. *

September 24, 2001
World Music Celebration, 8 pm-Opperman Music Hall.  FREE & open to the public. *

September 25, 2001
Wind Orchestra Concert, James Croft, conductor with alumnus Randall Campora, trombone soloist, 8 pm-Opperman Music Hall.  FREE & open to the public. *

September 27, 2001
Music Scholars Symposium, 8 pm-Dohnanyi Recital Hall.  Presentations by three musicology alumni: Dr. Bill Faucett, Dr. Marian Wilson Kimber and Dr. Allen Scott.  FREE & open to the public. *

September 28, 2001
University Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Jimenez, guest conductor, with Eliot Chapo, violin and Lubomir Georgiev, cello, 8 pm-Ruby Diamond.  Ticketed Event: 644-6500. * *  24-Hr Concert Line: 644-4774, Website: www.music.fsu.edu


 


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October 1 - October 7, 2001
School of Engineering Celebration Week - (CE home)

October 3, 2001
School of Engineering Showcase, 11 am-Union Courtyard.


October 8 - October 14, 2001
College of Communication Celebration Week - (COC home)

October 8, 2001
Free Hearing Screenings, 11 am-1 pm-L.L. Schendel Clinic Regional Rehab. Bldg.

October 10, 2001
Vicki Freimuth, Ph.D., Associate Director of Communication for the CDC, 3:30 pm-Pepper Center.

October 11, 2001
Audrey Holland, Ph.D. "Finding the Silver Lining in Current Healthcare Policies: Serving Adults with Neurogenic Impairments", 3:30 pm-Pepper Center.
Open House and Reception, 5:15 p.m.-L.L. Schendel Clinic Regional Rehab Bldg.

October 12, 2001
Audrey Holland, Ph.D. visits Clinic Team Meetings, 9am-L.L. Schendel Clinic Regional Rehab Bldg.
NSSLHA-sponsored luncheon For Audrey Holland, Ph.D.
(National Student Speech Language Hearing Association, Student Chapter), 11:30am-Place TBD.
Miami Game Sportscasters, Student Event, 4:00 pm-Student Life Building Theater.

October 15 - October 21, 2001
School of Social Work Celebration Week - (SSW home) additional events to be announced

October 15, 2001
Open House, tours, historical exhibits, and refreshments,
8:30 am-4 pm-School Of Social Work.
Lunch with the Dean, Students Only, NOON-Place TBA Sign-up in the Dean's Office

October 16 - October 17, 2001
Community and alumni speakers in classes.

October 17, 2001
Variety Show featuring students, faculty and the Boys' Choir of Tallahassee, 7pm-Miller Hall.  $5 Donation to the Choir accepted at the door.

October 18, 2001
Colloquium with Dr. Diana DiNitto (MSW '74), "The Neurobiology of Addiction: What's Social Work Got to Do with It?", .1 CEU contact hour available, no fee, 4:00 pm., 5301 University Center Bldg. C.  Contact: ebowman@mailer.fsu.edu.
Reception for Alumni & Friends, 5:00 - 6:00 p.m., 5301
University Center Bldg. C.

October 19, 2001
Panel discussion with Dr. Diana DiNitto and FSU Social Work Faculty, Current Issues in Social Welfare Policy, 10:00 a.m., President's Box, 7th floor, UCC.

October 19, 2001
Field Instructors' Appreciation Luncheon (by invitation), 12:00 p.m., Miller Hall

October 19, 2001
CEU Workshop, Legal and Ethical Issues in Clinical Practice, .3 CEU contact hours, no registration fee. Presented by Tom & Pat Lager, 2 - 5 p.m., 5301 UCC. For information: 850-644-4860 or lpleger@mailer.fsu.edu.

October 20, 2001
Habitat for Humanity ASSW service project for faculty, students & alumni: morning and afternoon shifts.  Information & sign-up: 850-575-4248  or  amy3d@hotmail.com.


October 22 - October 28, 2001
School of Theatre Celebration Week - (SOT home)

October 22, 2001
Opening Ceremony and Rededication of Conradi Studio Theatre, 4pm.

October 23, 2001
Graduate Symposium 4pm-Student Life Building     Film Screening of All You Need:
· 5:30 pm-Student Life Building–free student showing.
· 7:00 pm–discussion with director Randy Ser.
· 8:00 pm-General Public screening.

October 24, 2001
Design Technology Display, 10am-Fine Arts Bldg. Lobby.
Faculty, Alumni, Student Showcase, 7pm & 9:30pm-Conradi Studio Theatre.

October 26- October 28, 2001
Parents' Weekend

October 29 - November 4, 2001
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Celebration Week (SOC home) *Additional events to be announced

October 29, 2001
Reception for the unveiling of the School's timeline and art exhibit.  Time & Place TBA.

October 30, 2001
Noontime talk/discussion on Criminology, Youth, and Public Policy. Place TBA.

October 31, 2001
Noontime showing of Halloween/Criminology appropriate films. Place TBA.

October 31 - November 18, 2001
School of Theatre Anton Chekhov's "The Three Sisters," The Lab Theatre, Info 850.644.6500, www.fsu.edu/~tickets


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November 1, 2001
Afternoon keynote address  "The Role of Criminology in the Development and Advancement of Modern Conceptions of Freedom, Individual Liberty and Restrictions on State Powers". Time & Place TBA.

November 2, 2001
Afternoon roundtable discussion, featuring past and present Deans of the School, on whether the human condition has improved or suffered in the last 250 years, since the inception of Criminology as a discipline. Time & Place TBA.

November 5 – November 11, 2001
School of Visual Arts and Dance Celebration Week - (SVAD home)

November 5, 2001
Opening Ground Zero Exhibition –Fine Arts Building.

November 5, 2001
Opening Reception-Sesquicentennial Student Life Exhibition, Time TBD-Union Gallery

November 5 - 11, 2001
Sesquicentennial Student Life Exhibition - Exhibit Hours: M-F: 8 am -10 pm; Sat: Noon-10 pm; Sun: 1 pm-10 pm. Union Gallery

November 6, 2001
Art Education Symposium - Dr. Laura Chapman, Mass Arts in Contemporary Life", Carothers Hall, Room 125-9:30 am.Panel Discussion-1:45 pm..

November 7, 2001
Art History Symposium-Prof. Horst Bredekamp, from Humboldt University in Berlin, “Frank Stella’s influence of German Romantic Poet, Henrich von Kliest", 5:30 pm-Fine Arts Bldg. Room TBA.
 
November 7, 2001
Sesquicentennial Homecoming Dance
Time to be announced • Union Ballroom

November 8, 2001
Art Design Lecture with David Carson, Fine Arts Bldg. Room 249-7 pm

November 8, 2001
THE COLOR OF WAR: THE WORLD WAR II EXPERIENCE - 8:00 p.m. Student Life Center Auditorium. Free and open to the public.

November 8, 2001
Lawton Distinguished Professor Lecture

9:30 a.m. • Dr. Nancy Marcus "Honoring Our Scientific Roots at Florida State University: A Pictorial Essay", Opperman Music Hall. For more information, see Women and Science.


November 9, 2001
FSU Homecoming - (see Alumni Affairs home for additional calendar information and updates) -  GIF version

November 9, 2001
Homecoming Parade
1:50 p.m. • Grand Marshals: Sesquicentennial Co-Chairs Kitty Hoffman, Professor Emerita, FSCW ‘36, & the Honorable Alan C. Sundberg, FSU ’55

November 9, 2001
School of Music 7:00 p.m. • Vocal Jazz, Free, Opperman Music Hall Nov. 9 & 10, 7:30 p.m. • Opera: Mozart’s "Die Zaberflöte" ("The Magic Flute"), Ruby Diamond Auditorium Nov. 11, 8:00 p.m. • World Music, Free, Dohnányi Recital Hall


November 9, 2001
Sesquicentennial Homecoming Celebration - 6:00 pm • At Downtown GetDown, Adams Street Commons

November 9, 2001
Pow-Wow - 8:00 p.m. • Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center College of Law Noon • CLE Program, College of Law, D'Alemberte

November 9, 2001
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice - 4:00-6:00 p.m. • Wine & Cheese Reception, Hecht House

November 9, 2001
School of Information Studies - Noon-2:00 p.m. • Alumni Open House & Tours of Shores Building

November 9, 2001
School of Music: Marching Chiefs - 3:00-5:30 p.m. • Registration, Band Lobby 6:00 p.m. • Concert: Symphonic & Marching Bands, Band Room 8:30 p.m. • Banquet, Holiday Inn Select

November 9, 2001
Baseball Alumni 5:30 p.m. • Reception and Dinner, Leon County Civic Center, Tickets $35.00 each. Contact Robert Buckler 850-644-9030 

November 9, 2001
Department of Interior Design Open House, 10am-3pm-Fine Arts Annex.

November 9, 2001
Museum Gala, honoring the schools Professors Emeritus, 3 pm-Museum of Fine Arts.
Days of Dance, 8:00 pm-Montgomery Gym

November 9, 2001
Sesquicentennial Homecoming Celebration at Downtown GetDown, 6:00 pm-Adams Street Commons.

November 9, 2001
Days of Dance, Montgomery Gym -8:00 pm

November 9, 2001
College of Law CLE Program, Noon-D'Alemberte Rotunda Class Reunion Dinner Party Classes of '71,'76,'81'91, 7pm-Dean Weidner's home

November 10, 2001
Homecoming Breakfast
9:00 a.m. • Oglesby Union Ballroom; FSU Alumni Association honors the 2001 ODK Grads Made Good. Mr. Ed "Chip Chalmers, '76 TH, Dr. C. Paul Robinson, Ph.D '67 AS, Dr. Suza
n Zeder, Ph.D. '78 TH

November 10, 2001
Baseball Alumni
Pre-Football Game • Baseball Alumni Game & Party

November 10, 2001
Football: NC State vs. FSU
3:30 p.m. • Doak Campbell Stadium

November 10, 2001
College of Communication
Noon-2:00 p.m. • Homecoming Picnic, Diffenbaugh Building

November 10, 2001
College of Education
10:00-12:30 p.m. • Sesquicentennial Week Kick-Off! Brunch, Turnbull Conference Center; Contact Martha Stewart, 850.644.6682

November 10, 2001
College of Law Alumni Assoc. Board Mtg., 9:30am-College of Law, Room R-103.

November 10, 2001
College of Law Alumni Tailgate Party, Three hours prior to kickoff-D'Alemberte Rotunda.
For More Information, please contact Alicia Bookout, at
(800) 788-7097 or abookout@law.fsu.edu.

November 10, 2001
College of Social Science
3 Hours Prior to Kick-Off • Homecoming Chili Party, Bellamy Building North Lawn; Tour Newly Renovated Bellamy Building; Call 850.644.4844

November 10, 2001
School of Information Studies
TBA • Beta Phi Mu Breakfast & Business Mtg.; Reservation & Membership Required 10:00 a.m. • Awards & Convocation; Shores Building, Room 006 11:15 a.m. • Homecoming Brunch, Shores Building, First Floor

November 10, 2001
School of Music: Marching Chiefs
9:00-10:00 a.m. • Registration, Chiefs Field 10:00 a.m. • Marching Rehearsal, Chiefs Field 12:00 Noon • Picnic Luncheon, Chiefs Field Pre-Game • Meet at Baseball Stadium, March to Langford Green with the Chiefs Game • March with the Chiefs at Half-Time Post-Game Reception • Holiday Inn Select (Alumni & Graduating Seniors), Call 850.644.4
744; Note: No late registration will be accepted, Dress code

November 10, 2001
School of Music 7:00 p.m. • Vocal Jazz, Free, Opperman Music Hall Nov. 9 & 10, 7:30 p.m. • Opera: Mozart’s "Die Zaberflöte" ("The Magic Flute"), Ruby Diamond Auditorium Nov. 11, 8:00 p.m. • World Music, Free, Dohnányi Recital Hall


November 10, 2001
Days of Dance, 10:30 am-Montgomery Gym

November 10, 2001
Art History Bus Trip to Appleton, Time TBA

November 10, 2001
Homecoming Football Game FSU V. NC State.

November 12 - November 18, 2001
College of Education Celebration Week - (COE home) *Additional events to be announced

November 13-16, 2001
Days of Dance, 8:00 pm-Montgomery Gym

November 26- December 2, 2001
College of Arts & Sciences Celebration Week - (COAS home) *Additional events to be announced

November 27, 2001
Creative Writing Exposition, 3:30 p.m.-Location TBA

November 28, 2001
Dedication of the newly named Kasha Laboratory Building (currently IMB Building), 2:00 p.m.

November 29, 2001
Re-dedication of renovated Williams Building, 2:00 p.m.
Public Address: Dr. Robert Holton, 3:30 p.m.-225 Fisher Lecture Hall.  Reception following in Hoffman Teaching Laboratory Building.

November 30, 2001
Public Address: Dr. Richard Rubenstein, 3:30 p.m.-Dodd Hall Auditorium.  Reception following in Werkmeister Reading Room.


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