This hands-on workshop features writers, practitioners of new media, and scholars to examine how and to what effects public writing in the humanities can impact American cultures and civilities. The program is presented by the American Communities Program.
This hands-on workshop features writers, practitioners of new media, and scholars examining how and to what effect public writing in the humanities can impact American cultures and civilities. Co-presented by the Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities.
Dr. Susan Coutin (School of Social Ecology at UC Irvine) discusses the experiences of Salvadoran youth who migrated to the United States with their families during the 1980-1992 Civil war.
Discover the professional protocol for emailing, cell phone usage, dining, and socializing.
Violence against women is not solely a women's issue and calling gender violence a women's issue is part of the problem; men play a key role in the solution. Join us as self-identified men discuss the cycle of violence and ways in which men can be accomplices to ending violence against women.
Join the Student Health Center for a six-week workshop series based on current dietary and physical activity guidelines. Healthy snacks will be provided at every workshop, while supplies last. A Certificate of Completion is given to participants who attend all six sessions.