This Week's Events
A site-specific installation of interwoven scrolls by artist Rotem Reshef, Time Traveler highlights our interaction with and interpretation of the four seasons. This large-scale installation is curated by Sagi Rafael.
Indian-born U.S. artist Siona Benjamin works in a visual language that conveys her transcultural, transnational view of the world. She will present an artist talk at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, in Lundring Events Center and a painting workshop from 2:15 to 4 p.m. Thursday, March 22, in William Rolland Art Center, room 213.
Artificial intelligence poses profound ethical questions for humanity’s future. What will a world filled with intelligent machines mean for the human family? Shannon Vallor is the William J. Rewak, S.J. Professor of Philosophy at Santa Clara University, where she researches the ethics of emerging technologies.
In this book co-edited by Michael Cosenza, Ed.D., of Cal Lutheran's Graduate School of Education, diverse authors describe their efforts to forge PDS partnerships to develop and deliver high-quality training and practical experiences for candidates, and simultaneously provide professional development for experienced practitioners in ways that mirror recommendations found in authoritative reports and literature.
In this two-hour workshop with nonprofit legal expert Roy Schneider, attendees will explore what every board member should know -- the fundamentals of board service.
Poet Brianna Noll offers a reading followed by a Q&A.
Brad Halpern, CEO/founder of Eggology, CMO/partner of Be Trū Organics and a former mayor/current councilman in Westlake Village, is the next entrepreneur in our speaker series. No charge for registration.
WET: A DACAmented Journey, is the story of what it means to be an American in every sense of the word except for one: on paper.
Biutiful is the story of Uxbal, a man living in this world, but able to see his death, which guides his every move. Uxbal (Javier Bardem), a career criminal, plies his trade in Barcelona's underground sweatshops and back alleys. Unlike his associates, he has some respect for the poor workers under his thumb and is a devoted father. Told that he is ill and has just a few months to live, Uxbal tries to get his affairs in order before the spirits, with whom he communes, come to claim him.
If you have implemented a flipped classroom, now is your time to shine! Come with your ideas and suggestions for faculty members and let’s see where it takes us.