Lectures and Discussions
This workshop is for nonprofit professionals, executive directors, development directors and board members who are ready to take their major donor program to the next level.
This interactive, informational, challenging and energetic session examines and explores issues of diversity, privilege, oppression and leadership across America and challenges participants to examine their own biases, behaviors and belief systems. We all have an excellent opportunity to be positive role models, powerful decision makers, and effective agents of change, if we have the tools. We need more leaders for social justice and equity across America. Do you have the skills and ability to lead? Are we making any progress?
Grant Brimhall Library Community Room
Given that no civilization lasts forever, how can we identify moments in history when a society, as it had been known for generations, ended? Three Cal Lutheran history professors explore the question in the second half of this lecture series that began last fall.
EP Foster Library, 651 E. Main Street, Ventura, E.P. Foster-topping Assembly Room
Join us for a fascinating and educational lecture series featuring research from Cal Lutheran science faculty members.
Bruce Schulman, William E. Huntington Professor of History at Boston University, offers his take on the American presidency in the second half of the 20th century.
Spies-Bornemann Center, Room 140
The Autism and Communication Center is offering free monthly socials for students who use augmentative and alternative communication.
Soiland Humanities Center 116 and Swenson Center for the Social and Behavioral Sciences 101
Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs is an author and first editor of the revolutionary volume Presumed Incompetent: The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia. She will conduct a workshop at 10:30 a.m. and poetry reading at 3:30 p.m.
Artist Siona Benjamin will talk about her work. Benjamin is a painter originally from Mumbai, India, now living in the U.S.
William Rolland Art Center, Room 213
In this combination of biography and mythology exploration, visitors are encouraged to create work that speaks to the stories in their lives.