Are you ready to soar and show your campus spirit? Join us for the Golden Eagle Pride 3K Run/Walk! Register beginning Feb. 20 by visiting the Center for Student Involvement at the University-Student Union, Room 204. Register as an individual or form teams by donating five nonperishable food items to support the University's Food Pantry! The team with the most donated items will win the Golden Eagle Spirit Award. The first 200 people to register will recieve the official Golden Eagle Pride T-Shirt along with a commemorative medal!
Recharge with Pantry to Plate after the Golden Eagle Pride 3K. Pantry to Plate is a cooking series featuring the Food Pantry’s mobile kitchen. Learn to make easy and healthy meals using foods commonly distributed at the pantry. Enjoy free samples while supplies last! Pantry to Plate is a collaboration between the Office of the Dean of Students and the Center for Student Involvment. Find more information regarding food and housing security initiatives on the Dean of Students webpage.
Anita Sengupta is a rocket scientist and aerospace engineer who has been developing technologies that have enabled the exploration of Mars, asteroids, and deep space for over 20 years. Join us for a discussion about NASA's Cold Atom Lab Experiment, hyperloop technology and much more.
Roderick Ferguson, professor of African American and gender and women’s studies at the University of Illinois, Chicago, researches African American literature, queer theory and queer studies. Ferguson coined the term Queer of Color Critique. His keynote talk kicks off the annual Student Research Conference by the Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities (CSGS).
Student scholars present their original research on genders, sexualities, feminism and queer identities at this annual conference presented by the Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities and the Cross Cultural Centers. For information, contact CSGS at (323) 343-6549 or CCC at (323) 343-5001.
This international conference consists of lectures and panel presentations by distinguished scholars from Mexico and the United States on the art, lives and times of Mexican mural masters Orozco, Rivera, and Siqueiros. The conference addresses the work of these muralists from different perspectives, including aesthetics, biography and the utopian ideals that defined the artistic and political scope of Mexican muralism in the 20th century. This conference is free and open to the public.