Join us for a panel discussion on family separation and U.S. immigration policy. The panel will feature Camila Alvarez, attorney for CARECEN; Ester Hernandez, professor of Chicana(o) and Latina(o) Studies; Henoc Preciado, director of the Erika Glazer Family Dreamers Resource Center; and Kevin Flores-Calixto, co-chair of SURGE. This Democracy in Action event is sponsored by the vice provost for diversity and inclusion.
Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. The S Word amplifies the voices of people living through suicide attempts and loss. Watch an important film followed by a discussion led by Counseling and Psychological Services counselors. Directed by Lisa Klein, 2017, 93 minutes.
Learn about how to study marketing and other business majors abroad from study abroad alumna Monica Campos, who studied marketing for one year at Kingston University in England. For more information, contact the International Office at (323) 343-3170.
The National & International Scholarships and Fellowships Program (NISFEP) invites you to this workshop to learn more about requesting letters of recommendation.
Bradley Rogers, a theatre studies faculty member at Duke University, explores the psycho-biddy genre of films as a queer form of horror, with particular attention paid to the relationship between the spectator and the decaying body of the female performer/character. Hosted by the Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities.
Learn about 15 must-see places in Europe from study abroad alumna Priya Karamchandani, who studied for one year at Kingston University in England. For more information, contact the International Office at (323) 343-3170.