Events for April 2016
Main Campus or Westlake Center
The Cal Lutheran School of Management will be hosting, once again, the popular workshop series titled “Getting a Job You Love.” C. William Guy, founder of a Top 10 global headhunting firm and known as “The Jobs Guy,” is the ultimate expert in getting a job you love! Find a workshop that fits YOUR schedule. Sign up today!
Grant R. Brimhall Library, Community Room
This Thousand Oaks public library 2015-16 lecture series continues on Feb. 18 with a discussion on “Radical Reds: Looking Backward” by historian Michaela Reaves. On April 7, a panel of three English Department faculty members reads and discusses the poetry of the decade.
A hidden gem on the Cal Lutheran campus, the Ellsworth La Boyteaux Collection of New Guinea Artifacts has not been exhibited for decades. Pieces on display come from the Abelam region of Papua New Guinea in the Prince Alexander Mountains and the surrounding area.
Trees decorated in a new take on a Celtic tradition and paintings based on medieval images are featured in this exhibit by Cal Lutheran art professor Michael Pearce.
An informal event where non-native English speaking students can come to practice their English speaking skills to gain confidence, get help or seek feedback.
Pearson Library Lobby
Show your creativity and culinary skills at the 3rd Annual Edible Book Festival.