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STEM Speaker Series
Education on Film Series
Wed, Mar 27
Presentation: Science and Social Justice
Mon, Mar 25
Film: Won't You Be My Neighbor
Mon, Apr 8
Film: The First Grader
Wed, Apr 10
Film: The Raising of America
Mon, Apr 20
Presentation: Child Life: More Than Play
SATURDAY CLASSES MEET APRIL 6
SPRING BREAK MAR 29 - APR 5
Thur, Mar 28: No Classes
Mon, Apr 1: Cesar Chavez Holiday
ADMISSIONS / FINANCIAL AID / BUSINESS OFFICE
Tues - Thur 8:30 - 5:00 |
Fri 8:30 - 12:00
BOOKSTORE, LEARNING CENTER, COUNSELORS & DSPS
Mar 29 - Apr 6 ..........On Break
Thur, Mar 28 ............7:30 - 2:00
Mar 29 - Apr 5 ...............Closed
Sat, Apr 6................ 7:30 - 1:00
LIBRARY WORKSHOP SERIES
What's a Thesis Statement?
How Do I Choose a Topic?
How Do I Find Sources?!
Earn better grades on your papers with a little help from the Library Workshop Series.
Tue, Mar 26
- Databases - How to Find Credible Sources
- Introduction to Research - What's a Thesis Statement? How do I choose a topic and sources?
- Evaluating Internet Sources
- Cite Right
COMING TRANSFER ACTIVITIES
Reps on Campus:
Mar 25: CSULA ............................9:00 - 2:00 | SSB 350
Mar 26: CSUDH
Been Accepted? Next Steps ....10:00 | SSB 420
Want to Apply?.............................11:30 - 3:00
Apr 24: UC Santa Cruz.......1:00 | SSB 414
OPEN MIC NIGHT is BACK!
Thur: Mar 28, Apr 11
NEW LOCATION: 6:00pm | GC 160
Spoken word, Music, Shared Thoughts, Stand-Up
...share your talent
4 ONE-ACT PLAYS
Apr 15 - 18 | Tickets now on sale
Come enjoy four student-written plays in the college's intimate Black Box theater on the ground floor of the Library..the plays
FACULTY ART SHOW
Reception Thur, Apr 11 @ 5:00
Fine Arts Gallery
View the works of our talented faculty, several of whom have exhibited throughout the nation and around the world.
Artists include: Tetsuji Aono, Michael Arata, Doug Blechner, David di Michele, Doug Harvey, M.A. Peers, and Garry Willoughby.
Currated by Molly Barnes.
Parking available in adjacent Parking Structure for $2.00. Exact change needed
ANTHROPOLOGY PROF. STEPHANIE MEREDITH PUBLISHED IN ANTHROSOURCE
Congratulations to Prof. Meredith. An essay she co-authored has been published as part of a new collection of articles published in the latest Vital Topics Forum of American Anthropologist.
Historically speaking, the voices of underrepresented groups have been missing from science, resulting in an often incomplete and fragmented perspective of the world. Without these voices, we are left with skewed ideas about race, ethnicity, class, sex, gender, and sexuality, how these concepts get made, and how they affect people's lives. The collection of essays unpack how increasingly diverse scientists speak back to these problems...view article The Outliers Are In: Queer Perspectives on Investigating Variation in Biological Anthropology
NO MORE MATH / ENGLISH
Students can now enroll directly into transfer-level English (ENG 101)
and Math without taking an Assessment or completing a prerequisite.
These transfer-level Math courses include
Math 215, 227, 230 or 245.
Lower level math courses, free non-credit math courses and free tutoring are still offered.
For more information, stop by
the Learning Center (Library 1st Floor),
the SS&SP Office - SSB 420
or Counseling - SSB 3rd Floo