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Oct 8, 2014

The Barry Goldwater Scholarship was created to encourage outstanding students to pursue research careers in mathematics, the natural sciences, or engineering and to foster excellence in those fields.  Eligible students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA, be current sophomores or juniors, and pursing a degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics.

Oct 9, 2014

Determine which academic majors are compatible with your skills, interests and values and learn how they relate to various careers.

Oct 9, 2014

It’s week two. You’re a first-year or new transfer student. Time seems to be going super-fast. You’re still finding your way at Cal State L.A., and wondering if you’ll make it. Don’t worry… Yes You Can! Meet student leaders involved with the Cross Cultural Centers, hear their stories of identity, struggle and success at Cal State L.A., and connect with people and resources who want you to succeed on campus!

Oct 9, 2014

Coming out can be a total drag. That’s why we’re celebrating this nationwide event with games, prizes, music, food, and of course, drag! National Coming Out Day serves to celebrate the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, and Queer community, and recognize the strength and risks that may accompany the brave transition to be “out.” Join the celebration of allyship and pride.

Oct 9, 2014

Does your organization have effective ways of recruiting new members?  Come to the Organization Development Meeting to receive helpful and important tips and ideas about recruiting this quarter and what Cal State L.A. One representative of each organization must attend at least one meeting to maintain University recognition. (See the October 18th calendar entry for the second meeting’s event information.)  Don’t be late!  Check-in starts 30 minutes prior to the advertised meeting time and will end once the meeting has started.  #ClubsandOrganizations #GetInvolved

Oct 9, 2014

This eye-opening documentary explores the almost unknown and unspoken history of the significant numbers of Black people in Mexico and Peru. The two countries together received far more enslaved Africans than did the United States — brought to these countries as early as the 16th and 17th centuries – and  the worlds of culture that their descendants have created that continue today. Directed by Henry Louis Gates, 2011, 54 minutes.

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