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May 8, 2014

Eagle-Con is a 2-day event that brings together indie comics, superheroes, critical thinking and an insider’s view of this highly creative industry.  Nested on the campus of Cal State L.A., home of the “Golden Eagles,”  Eagle-Con will explore issues of race, gender, orientation, identity and representation in comic books while also celebrating the boundless imagination of artists and writers that turns “ordinary” humans in to life-long devotees of the superhero/ine. 

May 8, 2014

Plot your student leadership journey through the U-Lead program as you explore personal, group, and community leadership competencies. Listening with your eyes means paying attention to non-verbal cues. Learn about the fundamentals of sending and receiving wordless messages. Gain a better understanding of what cues to look for in terms of eye contact, tonality, vocal cues, etc. Apply this knowledge toward presentations, job interviews, and in your daily life.

May 8, 2014

The Day of the Educator recognizes the class of 2014 candidates recommended for credentials to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing according to their expertise in areas of elementary teaching, secondary teaching, reading specialist, special education teaching, pupil personnel services, and administrative services.  Recipients of the Friends of the CCOE scholarships, outstanding local school district partners, master teachers, and field supervisors will also be honored.

May 8, 2014

Program: TBD.

May 9, 2014

William A. Covino will be invested as Cal State L.A.’s seventh president in a formal ceremony, themed "Engagement, Service, and the Public Good." The campus community is invited to attend this academic inauguration to mark the beginning of a new era and formally welcome the new president.

11 a.m. Investiture Ceremony at the Luckman
1 p.m. Post-Investiture Reception at the U-SU Plaza

May 9, 2014

Eagle-Con is a 2-day event that brings together indie comics, superheroes, critical thinking and an insider’s view of this highly creative industry.  Nested on the campus of Cal State L.A., home of the “Golden Eagles,”  Eagle-Con will explore issues of race, gender, orientation, identity and representation in comic books while also celebrating the boundless imagination of artists and writers that turns “ordinary” humans in to life-long devotees of the superhero/ine. 

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