Share a poem this week at the Dunwoody campus.

Don’t forget to celebrate national poetry month this April at the Dunwoody Perimeter campus library on Thursday, April 6, 2017 this week.

A number of activities are available:

  • Attend the Poetry Workshop from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. to gain assistance with your own written work in the Learning and Tutoring Center, NLRC 3200.
  • Bring a poem (your own or a work you admire) and pin it to the curtains in the NLRC Third Floor Gallery (supplies available if you’d like to write your poem on location).
  • Read either a poem you’ve written or a beloved poem you’d like to share with others at the Open Mic and Reception from 1-3 p.m. following the workshop.

The opportunities are sponsored by the The Writer’s Circle and The Dunwoody Learning and Tutoring Center and are open to all students, faculty, staff, and their families (though some activities may not be suitable for very young children).

For more information please contact Maria Batty or Nancy McDaniel at 770-274-5240 or email

Lecture exploring fandom as religious experience this week!

This Thursday, March 30, the Sarah Larson Lecture Series will host “Notes from DragonCon: Fandom as Religious Experience” at the Dunwoody campus in the C Auditorium (NC 1100) from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.

Georgia State University instructor, Lauren Cooper, will discuss how sci-fi and fantasy fandom fulfill important roles related to defining personal identity and values.

Professors are welcome to bring their classes. Space is limited and seats fill quickly so arriving early is advised. The lecture series is free and open to the public. Parking is available. For more information about this event or to request sign-in sheet PDF following the event, please contact series co-chair, Megan Levacy, at or call 770-274-5583.

A PDF of the flyer pictured below may be downloaded here —> EVENT FLYER