Events for Tuesday, Feb 19, 2013

Prayer & Reflection

Woodland Hills Campus, Room 110

A time for the CLU community to tend to the spiritual life by focusing on a sacred text and prayer.

Harold Stoner Clark Lectures: Philip Clayton, Ph.D.
Between 'Intelligent Design' and the New Atheism: Science and Religion at the Crossroads

Samuelson Chapel

Philip Clayton, provost of Claremont Lincoln University and dean of Claremont School of Theology, will speak on "Beyond the Religion Wars: From Reduction to Reenchantment" at 11:10 a.m. and "The New Sciences of Emergent Complexity: Evolving Religion in an Evolving World" at 4 p.m.

GMAT/GRE Behind the Curtain

Roth Nelson Room

An introduction to the newly revised exam: questions types, the new scoring system and how the new test needs to be approached to meet with success on Test Day.

I am a Story: Writing Myself into the World
With author Heidi Durrow

Lundring Events Center

Heidi Durrow speaks on her award-winning books. She will also sign copies of her works in Pearson Library from 2:15 to 3 p.m.

Ignat Ignatov
Artist in Residence

Kwan Fong Gallery

Ignat Ignatov moved to the United States from his childhood home of Sevlievo, Bulgaria, in 1997 and became a respected member of the Southern California community of portrait artists. Visitors are invited to watch and learn as he creates new works and shares his technical ability, painting portraits of gallery visitors and teaching students.