Janet & Ray Scherr Forum Theatre, Thousand Oaks
The Center for Economic Research and Forecasting (CERF) at California Lutheran University will present the latest Ventura County economic forecast at the County’s premier networking event.
Sean A. Valles, PhD, will explore the ethical complexities of research indicating that mass incarceration and associated policing techniques have had enormous negative health effects in his first lecture, and will discuss housing security as a public health concern in his second lecture.
Barbara Molony, PhD, will consider Japanese suffragists and World War II Japan’s “comfort women.” Japanese feminists, including activists, writers, members of transnational peace movements, and others who emphasized women's inherent maternal goodness and opposition to gendered violence, had ambivalent or negative attitudes toward Japanese wartime aggression in Asia in the early 1930s.
Join us for an afternoon mixer highlighting this year’s Community Scholars for Black Lives Fellowship Program. Students will present a summary of their research projects and program goals.
Join Wa'ed Alshoubaki, assistant professor at University of Jordan, for a discussion on integration policies in the United States while distinguishing between immigrants and refugees regarding the logistics of their integration.
Lori Pompa, founder and executive director of The Inside-Out Center at Temple University, along with justice-impacted trainers (formerly incarcerated), will discuss the power of education behind prison walls and share their inspiring life stories.
Join us for a 30-minute organ concert of Baroque music from composers such as Bach, Buxtehude, Telemann, Pachelbel and more presented by university organist Adan Fernández.
Faculty member Micah Wright, on clarinet, will present a diverse program of chamber music with guest musician Jason Stoll on piano.
Join us for the first Women in Film Summit at Cal Lutheran. The two-day event features panel discussions that focus on the history and current state of women working in the entertainment industry.
Faculty member Andrew Towsey-Grishaw will present a recital of viola music.