The University Library, in collaboration with ORSCA, announces the Institute for Research and Information Studies (IRIS). The goal of IRIS is to provide faculty development opportunities in the areas of research as well as issues related to the access, use and production of information at Cal State LA.
Although just enough stress can be a good thing, too much stress isn’t good for anyone. Join us as we discuss the topic of stress and provide tips for managing it. For more information, please visit our Instagram @CalStateLAGreeks or the CSI Linktree.
We’re bringing música to los muertitos! Let's honor our ancestors and loved ones who have passed with a conversation with members from the renowned music group, Las Cafeteras, followed by some pre-recorded performances! Visit the CCC Linktree for Zoom information.
Do people constantly finish your sentences? Ask if you’ve forgotten your own name? Nina G. will share her personal experiences as a stuttering woman in a non-stuttering world and how she went from 20 years of hiding her voice to performing onstage.
Pre-register and complete a survey after the event for a chance to win one of 10, signed hard copies of Nina G.'s book, Stutter Interrupted: The Comedian Who Almost Didn't Happen.
Coffee Time with the DRC is our newest series! It aims to foster virtual conversations about social justice, activism, leadership, and wellness. The Coffee Time series is all about building community! Register for the event to receive the Zoom link.
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.