This is a great opportunity for students to meet with representatives from government, science and environmental agencies, such as JPL, NOAA National Weather Service, SoCal Edison, Recycle CA, DOT, Climate Resolve, Algalita, GIS firms, geologists, and hydrologists. Students are welcome to come and learn about internships, scholarships and job opportunities. Refreshments will be provided.
We are Taking Back the Night during Sexual Assault Awareness Month! The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center will create an empowering space for survivors and advocates to heal by sharing their stories.
Craft your stress away while exploring the therapeutic benefits of creativity with our DIY crafter nights. Sign-ups for this workshop are available at the Center for Student Involvement starting Monday, April 2. All workshop materials will be provided and space is limited.
Have you ever been in a situation when you got a gut feeling that something wasn't right, but you weren't sure what to do? Come join the conversation on how to be an active bystander. Learn the various ways to step in and speak out in difficult situations. Knowing how to diffuse a situation while still staying safe is a necessary tool everyone should know.
Meet and mingle with your newly elected 2018-2019 ASI Administration and University-Student Union Board of Directors.
How would our view of literature and art change if we took “attachment” as a defining concept? This talk by Rita Felski of the University of Virginia focuses on two common aesthetic ties. The focus is on what carries weight in our experience of art: the significance and salience of ties. Reception before the lecture in the Cross Cultural Centers starting at 4:15 p.m.