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On Monday, March 2, the university will be changing over from its current event scheduling system, R25, to a new version called 25Live. Therefore, the system will unavailable from March 2–6. Training will be offered March 4 and 5 ...

You MUST check Publicity on the request form in order for the event to appear in the “public” feeds.

Please put the actual start and end times so there isn’t any confusion. There is a place for set-...

Many changes have taken place over the summer. The Conservatory of Music will be moving to the 2nd and 3rd floors of deHoernle International. The Green Center now houses the Institute for Achievement and Learning. And this just names a few examples. P...

Please be aware that the Center for Instructional Innovation (CII) on the second floor of the library is not a space that is available for regular meetings. Rather, it is a specialized lab for technology/classroom training only. However,...

IMPORTANT! Student Groups:  Please meet with the Student Involvement Office to plan your event.
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Amy Greene

Director of University Events

Joy Babb
Administrative Assistant
to the Director of University Events.  
I am the hub of  the Events Department. 

Lynn Bialakis
University Event Planner
I am here to answer any questions and offer assistance
as you plan your next event. 

Leslie Garner

Event and Facilities Coordinator
When you first decide to have an event, start with me by
reserving your event space. Once your space is booked,
you are on your way to planning a successful event.

Angela Juliano
Director of Box Office Operations
If you would like to purchase a ticket to any cultural
event for the Conservatory of Music, Live at Lynn theatre 
                       or jazz shows, drama play readings or plays, contact me.