The symposium is part of a collaboration between Cal State LA and Fort Hays State University to publish a journal and conduct a symposium related to international business issues that cross many business disciplines. The Oct. 8 keynote speaker will be Michael Sarian, president of operations at Prime Healthcare. He will speak on new developments in effectively operating healthcare organizations.
Celebrate Constitution Day 2015 and discover what makes the United States Constitution one of the most influential documents ever written. Express your opinion on important constitutional issues and write an essay for a chance to win a $50 book store gift card. Essays are due by Friday, October 30 at the Center for Student Involvement. Only Cal State LA students are eligible to enter and win the Constitution Day essay contest.
Join the University community as we welcome you back to Cal State LA, where it's all about you and your success! Engage with campus resources, connect with your fellow Golden Eagles and build community here where you truly belong! At the fest you’ll enjoy free food, music, and prizes while supplies last. Skip the long line and go straight for the food! Advance tickets will be available on Tuesday, October 6th from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the U‐SU Theatre Ticket Window, 1st Floor, U‐SU Lobby, with your current student ID. Advance tickets must be redeemed no later than 1:45 p.m.
Is your major in the College of Natural and Social Sciences? Have you decided on your major? You are invited to come out and link up with faculty, staff, NSS students, and A.S.I. at our Fall Get-2-Gether! Free food and giveaways! Hope to see you there.
Plot your student leadership journey though the U-Lead program as you explore personal, group, and community leadership competencies. Clubs, organizations, and classroom groups, oh my! They all have goals in common. Fear not, for they are all attainable! Learn how to set your long and short-term goals and successfully achieve them through this workshop.
The personal statement for graduate school is an important, but often procrastinated, step in the application process. Frederick Smith, Director of the Cross Cultural Centers, offers his advice for crafting the best statement to submit for your graduate school applications.