Conferences

Becoming a Leader Worth Following

Oxnard Campus

Workshop participants will explore the different environments leaders create for themselves, their teams and why environment matters.

Executive Talent Management Forum
Building a stronger bridge between industry and higher education

Lundring Events Center

This is the fourth installment of a series of events organized by the School of Management that is dedicated to managing talent in modern organizations. This year’s event will center on "Talent Management: For many or a select few?" Learn more...

Nonprofit Leadership Council
September

Oxnard Campus

This workshop will explore basic brain anatomy and the neurobiology of human decision making, and how we can harness this knowledge to increase our efficacy and our ability to build strong, high-functioning teams.

Spectrum of Opportunity
'Communication Alternatives in Autism' Author Celebration

Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center

Join us for an interactive celebration with autistic authors who type and spell to communicate. Learn about disability and communication rights, educational access for minimally speaking individuals, and meet and greet the following amazing self-advocates: Tracy Thresher, Larry Bissonnette, Ido Kedar, Samuel Capozzi, Dillan Barmache, Henry Frost, Philip Reyes and Rhema Russell.

Intermediate Proposal Writing
Two Module Series

Oxnard Campus

Perfect for expanding your grant writing skills, this intermediate hands-on workshop dives into the art of proposal writing by exploring the planning phases and each component of a winning proposal.

2019 Susan Greiser Price Arts Integration Program
Arts and Learning Symposium: Ensuring Access and Integrity

Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center and William Rolland Art Center

This six-hour symposium is designed to build working partnerships between community members and educators at all levels, offering interactive experiences and resources to promote high quality integration of the arts into P-20 school curricula.

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