Ready to Be Heard: How I Lost My Hearing and Found My Voice is the story of Amanda McDonough, who taught herself to speak again, lip-read and sign after becoming deaf. She writes about how she discovered a new culture, language and managed to finish college.
Participants who complete a survey will receive a free hard or electronic copy of Amanda's book, Ready to Be Heard: How I Lost My Hearing and Found My Voice.
Join us as we wrap up Ability Awareness Week with a compilation reel featuring the videos and photos submitted by people who participated in the Virtual 2K, in honor of the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Sign up for the OSD Virtual 2K.
Join the meeting via Zoom.
Meeting ID: 933 4588 6808
Meet with a recruiter from UPS to discuss your career goals and answer your questions. Open to all majors.
RSVP on Handshake to get the link to the office hours.
Although miles apart, let's come together as a community to celebrate and honor our ancestors and loved ones who have passed. Share your altar using #QueVivanForever as we virtually celebrate Día de los Muertos. Visit the CCC Linktree for more information.
Participate in the costume contest for a chance to win one of three $100 amazon gift cards. Entering is simple! There will be three categories: Fan Favorite, Spookiest, and Most Creative.
- Upload your picture on your Instagram story and tag CSI (@csicalstatela).
- You have until Oct. 31 at 11:59 p.m. to submit your photo.
- For the fan-favorite category, the picture with the most likes will win.
- For the spookiest and most creative, the CSI judges will select the winners.
- All three winners will be announced on Nov. 2 at 4 p.m.
Día de los Muertos: A Virtual Experience is part of a season-long series of digital segments that bring you up close and personal with artists from a variety of art disciplines.