Events for Thursday, Apr 12, 2012

Resume Writing

Roth Nelson Room

Career Services Workshop

Benefits & Wellness Fair 2012
An Open Enrollment Event

Samuelson Chapel

Our annual Benefits Fair will be held in the Chapel Narthex from 9 a.m.–2 p.m.

Dance and Advertising: How Does It Affect You? by Carla Walter
Center for Equality and Justice Lecture Series

Roth Nelson Room

In this lecture and demonstration, Carla Walter, an associate professor in CLU’s School of Management, exposes the ways in which dance in advertising affects consumers – often unknowingly. Her new book Black Social Dance in Television Advertising: An Analytical History shows how dance is used to connect consumers to brands.

Street Meeting with Mark Wild
First Year Experience

Roth Nelson Room

Second in the series for the Spring First Year Experience (FYE), Mark Wild brings an historian’s viewpoint to the issues depicted in the FYE text Southland by Nina Revoyr. In her visit on Feb. 27, Revoyr reflected on the inner landscape of the people living in the Crenshaw District from mid-20th century to the 1990s. In this presentation, Wild will explore the development of Los Angeles through the “meetings” of diverse Angelenos.

Project 24: One Day in the Life

Soiland Humanities Center

Multimedia students collect intriguing stories on three separate days from three places: the University (CLU24), the city of Thousand Oaks (TO24) and the metropolis of Los Angeles (LA24). Selections of their graphic design, photography and documentary videography will be on display.

Creative Concepts

Soiland Humanities Center

Members of the sophomore multimedia class develop their original ideas into engaging stories.

CLUFest 2012: Multimedia Showcase
Reception: March 25, 5-8 p.m.

Soiland Humanities Center

The showcase features digital and interactive media produced by current multimedia students. The exhibit includes an interactive wall, iPad interactive media and 3D printing.

Find Your Face in History
Project Subway's Third Show This Season

Ullman Commons

Students were given one hour to composite their features upon the face of the world famous icon of their choice.