Bear Briefs: Feb. 27

Federal agencies to visit campus

The Office of Career & Professional Development (CPD) will host Federal Day from 2 to 6 p.m. Wednesday on the second floor of the Bill Daniel Student Center.

CPD’s Federal Day invites students and alumni of all majors interested in career paths with the government, giving them the opportunity to meet with various federal agencies.

According to CPD’s website, there will be presentations from different agencies throughout the day with time for questions and networking. A full list of the schedule can be found on Handshake.

Learn more about human trafficking prevention

The Women’s Medical Association will partner with the International Justice Mission to host the Rally4Freedom: Human Trafficking and Medicine from 6:45 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. today in Baylor Science Building room C105. The event will feature a physician from the family health center who will share signs of human trafficking and ways to combat the issue in the medical field. All interested students are invited to partake in the event and other Rally4Freedom events taking place this week.

Baylor professor shares her creativity with Waco

Baylor professor Winter Rusiloski, will be showcasing her work from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Waco Winery, 708 Austin Ave. tonight. Rusloski is a professor of painting and has had her exhibits showcased internationally, nationally and is in numerous collections all over the United States. Rusiloski will discuss her work and talk about the blend of abstract and natural images in her art pieces. The exhibit is free for the public.