Naef Scholarship Application Window (March 6-April 8) Applications for the 2014-15 Naef Scholarship are now available. The scholarship honors juniors and seniors (90 credits earned at SU by fall quarter 2014) who have a 3.4+ GPA, intend a 45-credit academic year at SU, commit to participate in the Naef program, have proven leadership or service experience, and are not fifth year seniors, Science and Engineering majors or Sullivan Leaders. The award consists of $2,000 or $3,500 grants plus a $1,000 stipend at the Campus Store. Faculty and staff are encouraged to contact students whom they feel merit this award. Applications are available at these locations: offices of the deans of Albers, Arts and Sciences, Matteo Ricci and Nursing; University Honors; Student Development; and the Campus Assistance Center. The application deadline is April 8. Questions about eligibility, the application and/or selection process may be directed to the Naef Moderator David Madsen at 296-6938 or email@example.com. All-Beethoven Student Chamber Music Performances There are two opportunities to enjoy an all-Beethoven chamber music performance next week. Both performances will feature students under the direction of Quinton Morris, director of chamber and instrumental music. · Monday, March 10, 7:10 p.m., second floor lobby of Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons: The Library Performance Series welcomes Morris and his students Antonio Dowling, Grant Hanner and Mariya Ksondzyk (violins); Chris Baltazar, Chyna Mapel and Milena Marlier (violas); and Dahae Cheong, Aaron Hauser and Cealice Kennison (violoncelli). They will perform String Trio in C minor, op. 9, no. 3; String Trio in G major, op. 9, no. 1; String Quartet no. 11 in F minor, op. 95; and Duo for Viola and Violoncello (Eyeglasses). For more information, contact Melissa Chamberlain at firstname.lastname@example.org. · Thursday, March 13, 7:30 p.m., Pigott Auditorium: This concert is sponsored by the Department of Fine Arts. Tickets are $5 for students, $8 for faculty/staff and $12 for general admission. For more information, contact Em Olson in the Department of Fine Arts at email@example.com. Women’s Basketball at Connolly Center The Seattle University women’s basketball team wraps up the 2013-14 regular season with two home games over the weekend. Thursday, March 6, the Redhawks host the Kansas City Kangaroos at the Connolly Center starting at 7 p.m. Seattle U is looking to avenge a loss to Kansas City on the first weekend of the conference season. Saturday, March 8, Seattle U hosts Chicago State at the Connolly Center, with tipoff scheduled for 4 p.m. This is the Senior Day game, as Sylvia Shephard, Kacie Sowell and Ashley Ward will be honored for their significant contributions to the Redhawk women’s basketball program. Two victories by the Redhawks guarantees Seattle U the third seed for next week’s WAC Tournament, a position that will help their chances greatly for advancing through the tournament towards earning an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. As always, faculty and staff receive free admission to all home women’s basketball games. Come on out, thank the seniors and cheer on the Redhawks! Men’s Basketball Banquet The annual Seattle University men’s basketball banquet is fast approaching, as the event will take place Monday, March 10, in the lower level banquet room of the Space Needle. A reception will begin the evening at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner and the program at 6:30 p.m. Seattle U head men’s basketball coach Cameron Dollar will review the 2013-14 regular season and give a quick preview of the upcoming Western Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament, taking place at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nev., March 13-15. The cost of attending the banquet is $60. Online registration is available by going to www.goseattleu.com/special-events. Priority will be given to those who register online by Friday, March 7, at noon. For more information, contact Jo Anne Hume at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 220-8579 or John Dougherty at email@example.com or (206) 296-2829. Baseball vs. Cal Poly After playing the first 13 games of the 2014 season away from home, the Seattle University baseball team opens the home schedule this weekend when nationally ranked Cal Poly comes to town. The Redhawks started the season with three wins at UC Davis and two victories at Cal State Northridge, so the team knows that it can be successful against Big West Conference opponents. Due to field conditions at Bannerwood Park after the rain that has already fallen, as well as the forecast for more precipitation over the next 48 hours, the schedule and field for the Cal Poly series have been changed. The Redhawks will host the Mustangs in the first game of the weekend series Friday, March 7, at Meridian Park, located at 16765 Wallingford Ave N in Shoreline, starting at 6:45 p.m. Discussions are still taking place as to the start time and the site of the other two scheduled games of the weekend, with the likelihood of a doubleheader Saturday, March 8, due to the current forecast for more rain Sunday, March 9. Visit www.GoSeattleU.com for the latest information on this weekend’s games. Faculty and staff receive free admission to all home games. Come help the baseball team open the home slate by attending a game or two or three this weekend! Women’s Tennis vs. Arizona The Seattle University women’s tennis team plays its final home match of the 2014 dual match season this Saturday, March 8, against the University of Arizona starting at noon. Before the match, seniors Anna Lambert, Sarah Lucas, Gabriella Weissmann and Corinne Wurden will be honored for the significant contributions they have made to the Redhawk tennis program. Admission is free to watch tennis matches at the new Sand Point Tennis Center, located at Magnuson Park just off the NE 74th St. entrance. Congratulate the seniors on their achievements and cheer the Redhawks on against the Wildcats! Tuition Transparency ForumThursday, March 6, noonThe Quad Sponsored by the Human Trafficking Awareness Club, this forum is an opportunity to exchange viewpoints and opinions on issues of tuition transparency and social justice on campus and how they apply to students. 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