Guest scholars and community advocates address how to support young people's intersectional identities from the perspectives of queer theory and community-based participatory action research. Featuring Dr. Rigoberto Marquez (Columbia University), Latinx Equality Alliance and Mi Centro, LA LGBT Center OUT for Safe Scholars Program.
Are you a club representative? Does your organization fall under the College of Natural and Social Sciences? If so, please attend the NSS Club Council. A.S.I. and NSS affiliated clubs are working together to bolster support for club officers and to provide groundwork and funding alternatives for major college events.
The Schwarzman Scholars program gives the world's best and brightest students the opportunity to develop their leadership skills through a one-year master's degree at Tsinghua University in Beijing -- one of China's most prestigious universities.
Cal State LA students are invited to learn more about this competitive scholarship, including an overview of the program, eligibility requirements, and application timeline. Register here to attend.
International students under the F1 Visa are invited to learn how they can work towards getting practical training to complement their fields of study.
This documentary follows the lines of three queer second-generation Vietnamese American women, navigating language, politics, familial relationships, and living in Little Saigon neighborhood of Orange County. Directed by Quyen Nguyen-Le. (2015). 42 minutes.
The Independent Visions series features the best in independent film and video. Experience the diverse visions of independent filmmakers through rare documentaries, feature films, shorts, and more.
The 2017 Student Leadership Retreat is here to propel you to new heights. This daylong conference is planned to intentionally give you every opportunity to set goals, plan accordingly and achieve them. Space is limited, register today at http://www.CalStateLA.edu/USU/LeadershipRetreat