Events for March 2016
Career Services Workshop
A senior research scholar at Stanford University’s Center for Biomedical Ethics and author of Fixing Sex: Intersex, Medical Authority, and Lived Experience (2008), Katrina Karkazis will speak on the ethics of gender testing in athletes, especially at the Olympic level.
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.
With rising anti-Muslim sentiments in America and globally, this panel asks young Muslim Americans what it is like to be young and Muslim in America. Come to listen and learn about Muslim Americans, who they actually are, what they believe, and how they negotiate their identities as both American and Muslim.
In his presentation, William Carrigan, a professor of history and chair of the history department at Rowan University, will explore why and how ordinary people came to think that lynching was an acceptable, even preferable, means of maintaining the social order.
Junior cello student Samuel Grandfield is joined by his teacher, Joyce Getting, and the University Symphony in the Concerto for Two Cellos and Orchestra by Julius Klengel. The program also includes Haydn's Symphony No. 99, Another Waltz by local composer Craig Zobelein, and more.
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.
Take in art professor Michael Pearce's installation Clouty Tree at the opening reception.
Join us as Natalie Edell, founder of IndieU.com, one of the largest independent music platforms that connects unsigned musicians to college students, gives us a millennial’s perspective on pursuing your entrepreneurial dream at our next Entrepreneur Speaker Series event.
Interfaith Lunch for Staff