To end LGBT History Month, we’re hosting a special screening of the histories of queer-identified people here at Cal State LA. Hear about the diverse experiences of our friends, family members, and colleagues. A question and answer session with the people who made this project to follow!
Plot your student leadership journey though the U-Lead program as you explore personal, group, and community leadership competencies. Develop your financial literacy skills at this workshop. Learn to make your dollars and cents make sense and work for you.
Dr. Michael Dumas, faculty for the Graduate School of Education and African American Studies at UC Berkeley, explains what it means to analyze antiblackness as a violent rejection of the possibility of black humanity, explores how antiblackness persists even in education discourses on diversity and multiculturalism, and offers some thoughts on the (im)possibilities of black life in the face of broad disregard for, and disgust with blackness in schools, universities, and the broader society.
Cal State LA students are making a difference every day on campus and in their communities and they deserve to be recognized. Scholars, athletes, student organization members, community activists, volunteers, and all Golden Eagles who have impacted their community in a positive manner are encouraged to apply for this award, which recognizes outstanding student achievement. The recipients will be honored at a reception during the spring semester. Applications are due by Jan. 27, 2017.
Join us on a service trip at the iLEAD Pacoima school. iLEAD Pacoima is a K-8 charter school dedicated to blended learning. We will be helping students with projects and sharing about the importance of attending college. Transportation and lunch is provided. Sign up at the Center for Student Involvement on Oct. 3.