- February 3, 2015 Peace Corps Information Session The Office of Career Services invites William Peace University students to participate in a discussion about joining the Peace Corps. A representative from the Peace Corps will provide information on the requirements and expectations when participating in the program and how to apply. For additional questions, contact Barbara Efird, Director of the Office of Career Services. view Event
- February 4, 2015 Job Fair Orientation Sponsored by the Office of Career Services Learn how to make a career fair work for you! Come to the Job Fair Orientation in the Career Center, Main 17, on Feb. 3, 2015 at noon or at 3:00 p.m. Questions? Contact Barbara Efird, M.Ed., LPC, Director of Career Services at (919) 508-2006 view Event
- February 5, 2015 The Piano Lesson A Celebrating Black History Month Event William Peace Theatre presents August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, The Piano Lesson, directed by Amy White, M.F.A., through special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. In Pittsburgh’s Hill District in 1936, the Charles family battle their surroundings and each other over their shared legacy -- an antique piano. The fourth play of August Wilson’s epic Century Cycle, The Piano Lesson is a stunning and moving drama of family, history, and survival. The William Peace Theatre Company actors selected for the cast include: DJ Curtis as "Doaker" Jarrett Bennett as "Boy Willie" Josh Walker as "Lymon" Ebony Miles as "Bernice" Maya Bryant as "Maretha" Chris Haskins as "Avery" Demetrius Jackson as "Wining Boy" Breanna Durham as "Grace" Purchase Tickets Here PLEASE NOTE: This production is Rated-M for Mature Audiences due to language. William Peace University wishes to make this event accessible to all people in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you need a reasonable accommodation to fully participate in this event please contact the Office of Engagement at Engagement@peace.edu or 919.508.2362. Please make your needs known as soon as possible to allow sufficient time for effective accommodations, preferably at least 5 business days prior to the event. view Event
Four-Year Baccalaureate University Hosts Second Musical Concert Of
The 2012-2013 Season In Conjunction With North Carolina Symphony
RALEIGH, N.C. – William Peace University (http://www.peace.edu), a private four-year university located in downtown Raleigh, has announced its Manning Chamber Music Series Concert, which marks the second of three performances for the 2012-2013 season held on the institution’s campus in conjunction with the North Carolina Symphony. The event will be held on Monday, Jan. 21 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in Kenan Auditorium, located at 15 E. Peace St. The concert series is a musical collaboration between symphony musicians, artists and the university’s student vocalists.
The Manning Chamber Music Series Concert will host performances of first-rank musical compilations from both new and classical genres and will showcase talents from individual members of the symphony, including Mary E. Boone, Jonathan Moyer, Lisa Shaughnessy, Rebekah Binford, Mike Cyzewski, Victor Benedict and Timothy Stewart. William Peace University student vocalists Melvin Gray, class of 2016, D.J. Curtis, class of 2016, and Maigan Kennedy, class of 2014, will accompany the symphony and perform selections by Cole Porter. The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/RXOLGo.
The Manning Chamber Music Series Fund was established in 2006 by Sara Jo Allen Manning, a 1958 Peace Prep school graduate and 1960 Peace College graduate, as a gift to the university during its Promise of Peace campaign. Manning has a longstanding record of service to William Peace University, including her participation in the Sesquicentennial Commemoration Committee, the Board of Visitors, the alumnae board and her work as a class agent, where she assisted in securing alumnae donations. Civic minded and deeply rooted in the local community, Manning received the 2008 Distinguished Service Award for her service on the United Arts Council Board of Directors, the North Carolina Prevention of Blindness and her presidential role for the Junior League of Raleigh.
“Concerts in the Manning Chamber Music Series are events that the university and our students eagerly anticipate, as they bring together some of the most talented musical professionals of our community,” said Debra M. Townsley, Ph.D., president of William Peace University. “We truly value the partnership shared with the North Carolina Symphony and opportunities it provides for our students to perform alongside these leading musical professionals, and we invite all interested members of the community to attend.”
For a complete list of North Carolina Symphony ensembles performed year round, visit http://www.ncsymphony.org/.
ABOUT WILLIAM PEACE UNIVERSITY:
William Peace University is located in the heart of Raleigh, North Carolina. It was founded in 1857 as Peace Institute, offering education for boys and girls in primary grades and to women from high school to college. Peace, an all-women’s college, became a four-year baccalaureate college and graduated its first bachelor’s students in August of 1996. Exclusively an all-women’s institution for its first 152 years, Peace began offering coeducational evening courses through the William Peace School of Professional Studies in 2009. In 2011, Peace College transitioned to William Peace University and welcomed its first coeducational class to its day program in fall 2012. Its mission is to prepare students for careers in the organizations of tomorrow. On average, more than 90 percent of the university’s graduates are placed in jobs or graduate school within one year of graduation. For more information, please visit http://www.peace.edu