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The Calendar Events content type allows editors to automatically add University Events Calendar information to a webpage. This eliminates the need to recreate events in Gato.

Add a Calendar

  1. Within a layout, click the box that states Add Content.
    • This requires that a section has already been created.
  2. Click Calendar Events
  3. Click Choose
  4. Enter an optional title for the calendar
  5. Find and select the calendar to be displayed in the drop-down menu.
  6. Select either the number of days or the date range of events you wish to display. 
  7. Select a display style. The collapsed option will list the event's title, date, and time while the expanded list will show all of the previous information plus the location, contact, and other details about the event.
  8. The Hide repeated occurrences of recurring events option can be selected. This is suitable if the goal is to only show unique events.
  9. Click Save Changes

Sample Calendar

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Zoom - registration will be required
Valerie Anderson
Faculty Senate
Campus Sponsor:
University Lecturers Committee, Institutional Inclusive Excellence - Student Initiatives, Institutional Inclusive Excellence - Faculty and Staff Initiatives, Common Experience

Faculty Senate presents Professor Sirry Alang: How Higher Education Can Fight Racism: Speak Up When It's Hard

  • Moderator: Ben Martin, Associate Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry

Professor Sirry Alang (she/her/hers), a medical sociologist and a health services researcher, obtained a PhD from the Division of Health Policy & Management at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. She was also trained at Lehigh University, Bethlehem PA, and at the University of Buea, Cameroon.

Dr. Alang's work focuses on the social production of health and disease, including outcomes such as unmet need, access to care, mental health and mental illnesses, help-seeking, assessment, and outcomes of treatment.

She is currently an Associate Professor of Sociology and Health, Medicine and Society at Lehigh University, as well as a founding co-director of the Institute of Critical Race and Ethnic Studies and chair of the Health Justice Collaborative. Dr. Alang works with her local community to strengthen partnerships necessary to understand and eliminate health inequities using a community-based participatory action research approach. Teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels, her courses include: Introduction to Public Health; Social Epidemiology; Racism and Health Inequities; HIV/AIDS and Society; Globalization and Health; Gender and Health, and Statistics for Sociological Inquiry.

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Monday – Friday,
To be determined; TBA
Dr. Alexis Stokes
Department of Finance and Economics
Campus Sponsor:
McCoy College of Business
Official Common Experience Event
Business Leadership Week 2022 (Title Forthcoming)
February 21-25, 2022

About Business Leadership Week
Business Leadership Week engages the students and faculty of Texas State University and the local community in conversations and learning about  business leadership ideas that extend beyond textbooks and classrooms by offering guest lectures, interactive events and contests, and forums for discussion.

» BLW Website
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Lampasas Hall 407
Coffee Forum; 407
Jesse Silva
Michelle Sotolongo
Campus Sponsor:
Institutional Inclusive Excellence-Student Initiatives, Honors College
Make posters to use during the solidarity march from Old Main to the Performing Arts Center in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Materials and instructions will be provided. Show up with creativity and enthusiasm!
Click here for more information
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* This calendar information was not manually entered in Gato. Instead, it was automatically updated through our events calendar system.