Learn skills to think clearly. Enhance relationships. Increase concentration. Improve mood.
Session led by David Rudesill, LCSW.
Questions? Call 323-343-3314, or walk into CAPS located on the 2nd floor of the Student Health Center and speak with Wendy Gee or Mia Gonzales.
Join us to learn more about Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Cal State LA, and to recognize the achievements of those graduating with a Minor or Post Baccalaureate Certificate in WGSS.
Join us for a six-week interactive workshop series based on the Dietary & Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans. The six workshops are: “Enjoy Health Food that Tastes Great,” “Quick, Healthy Meals & Snacks,” “Eating Healthy on a Budget,” “Tips For Losing Weight and Keeping It Off,” “Making Health Eating Part of Your Total Lifestyle,” and “Physical Activity is Key to Living Well.” Healthy snacks will be provided and a certificate of completion is given to participants who attend all six sessions. Call 323-343-3340 to reserve your place.
The A.S.I. Environental Policy Committee (EPC) is showcasing the very best films about nature, the environment, outdoor pursuits and eco-conscious living. Supporting outstanding eco-film production, the EPC is proud to connect students to films that inspire environmental advocacy and appreciation. Learn more about the series at www.asicalstatela.edu/ecoeagles.
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
Dr. Pham (Pratt Institute) will examine the phenomenal rise of elite Asian bloggers who have made a career of posting photographs of themselves wearing clothes on the Internet. Whereas Asian superbloggers have been widely celebrated as part of a new empowered Asian creative class that prove old barriers to success (e.g., race, ethnicity, class, gender) are no longer obstacles in the digital economy, Pham argues that elite Asian bloggers' online productions of fashion taste may be new but they are not detached from earlier gendered racial histories of Asian fashion work.