Taking notes from lectures may present many challenges for college students: not having an organized system for taking notes, not being able to keep up with the instructor, not knowing what to write down, and not having an effective and efficient means to study the lecture notes. This presentation will offer some suggestions for meeting these challenges.
Ron Arias is the author of the foundational Chicano novel The Road to Tamazunchale (1975), published during the Mexican American literary movement of the 1970s. Arias was one of the first to use Magic Realism and to connect U.S. Latino literature to Latin American writers of the Boom generation (e.g., Carlos Fuentes, Julio Cortázar, Mario Vargas Llosa, to name a few).
The lecture includes a Q&A and a booksigning with copies sold by the University Bookstore staff after the presentation.
Appearance is one of the most important aspects to professional success. Getet helpful tips for going on interviews, business/professional situations and looking your best.
Our appearance is one of the most important aspects of professional success. Join us to get helpful tips on interviews, business/professional situations, and looking your best!
This program is part of Eagles Care series. Join the Center for Student Involvement as it volunteers at Cal State LA's Anna Bing Arnold Children's Center. Sign up at the CSI front desk on Oct. 6. Space is limited.