The exhibition explores the visual history of the Russian Revolution of 1917 on its hundredth anniversary and evaluates the global impact of this historical event in the twentieth century. This year-long exhibition premieres at Cal State LA, and then travels to Sonoma State University in October 2017, and California State University, Chico in January 2018.
By 2043, 50 percent of the U.S. population will be non-white, and 33 percent of that non-white population will be Latino/Hispano. Latinos will both profoundly change and significantly reinforce the social cultural context of the U.S. mosaic. Join Professor Mario Castañeda from the Charter College of Education to discuss and explore this reality.
Do you procrastinate when it comes to important deadlines and assignments? What about other areas of life? Learn strategies to help you prioritize, motivate yourself and overcome procrastination.
As one facet of the celebration of the University's 70th anniversary, an exhibition of faculty publications will take place Oct. 9-28, 2017. The first such exhibition of its kind, it will be a historical survey of books and monographs authored or edited by Cal State LA faculty over the last seven decades.
This exhibition presents visual artifacts generated by the seismic events of 1917 to tell the story of progressive ideas in the modern world. The exhibition features an extraordinary collection of art and cultural artifacts from premier cultural institutions in California: the Getty Research Institute, the Wende Museum of the Cold War, and the Center for the Study of Political Graphics.
This social event is designed for international students (but all students are invited) to meet each other and make new friends and re-connect with other friends.