The American Chemical Society's National Chemistry Week is an annual event during the week of October 23 (10^23 -Avogadro’s number). This year, the theme is “Chemistry is Out of this World.” Programs are presented by the Chemistry and Biochemistry Club.
Join us for a MORE Programs seminar about water generation by electrochemical CO2 reduction for future Mars missions. The seminar will feature Jillian Clinton, a postdoctoral fellow in the laboratory of Harry Gray, within the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Caltech.
HOME GAME! Come out to the University Stadium at 11:30 a.m. to support women’s soccer as they take on CCAA opponent Cal State San Bernardino.
Your career is one of the most significant parts of your life. So, it’s crucial to find a path that reflects and harmonizes with who you are. Focus 2 has a variety of self-assessments that identify majors and careers that match you and provides information about those careers. Our career counselors can assist in the decision-making process with individualized guidance and exploration workshops. Employers assist as well by providing job shadowing opportunities and on-campus presentations about careers.
Stop by for some free pizza, networking opportunities and to learn about public health career options in hospitals and clinics.
In our current culture, we are constantly faced with more and more demands on our time … our “to do” list becomes long before we know it! How can we manage stress and remain healthy so that we can continue our good work and enhance our chances of success? Come address these questions with us as we explore ways to approach each day of the week, tuning in to clues from our ancestors and from nature itself.
Preparing for and taking tests is an anxiety-producing experience for many college students that may result in lower than expected grades. Being an effective test-taker involves more than just knowing the subject matter; being an effective test-taker involves knowing and applying test-taking skills. This presentation will offer some suggestions for reducing this anxiety through learning effective test-taking skills. Handouts will be provided. Call the University Tutorial Center at (323) 343-3971 for more information.