Bellarmine's week ahead: Nov. 5-11, 2018

November 4, 2018


Events to watch for on Bellarmine's campus this week.

Students: find more events on the Engage website or the Corq mobile app (Apple | Google Play). Log in to make sure you can see all the listed events.

Monday, Nov. 5
Spring course registration begins
The leaves are still falling, but it's time to plan your class schedule for the spring semester. Registration opens on Monday for graduate and doctoral students, and cycles through to undergraduate seniors on Thursday. Find everything you need to know on the registrar's website.

Dementia from the Inside Out, 7 p.m.
Frazier Hall
Rev. Tracey Lind and her wife Emily Engalls will speak about how Lind's dementia diagnosis has affected their lives.

Tuesday, Nov. 6
Election Day: Get to the polls party, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Vote. VOTE! We'll have an All-American food spread, stickers, interactive activities and yard games. You can't vote *at* the party, but you can celebrate democracy. Also, vote!

How to lead when going in different directions, 5:30 p.m.
Centro McGowan Hall 176
Bill Lamb, WDRB-41's president and general manager, offers tips for bringing varying views together to achieve success and complete projects effectively. Organized by the W. Fielding Rubel School of Business, with time built in for networking.

Wednesday, Nov. 7
Getting into grad school, 5 p.m.
Centro McGowan Hall 075
A panel of Bellarmine faculty members will offer tips for getting into graduate school.

Friday, Nov. 9
GLIAC/GLVC Challenge
Saginaw, Michigan
The men's and women's basketball teams head to Michigan for the weekend-long Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference / Great Lakes Valley Conference Challenge. Check for schedules and broadcasts.

Saturday, Nov. 10
Kentucky Hunger Dialogue, 9:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
Frazier Hall
Join a diverse lineup of non-profit organizations, educators, students, and community members to merge ideas and expertise about alleviating food insecurity in a state where 700,000 people go hungry. Bellarmine students, faculty and staff are eligible for free tickets - contact community engagement coordinator Sarah Rohleder at

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