|Chair: Kent Baxter||Compiled by: RosaMaria Chacon|
cooler………….say it with me Celebrate All Hallows’ Eve by remembering the dead or partaking of colcannon (potato and kale or cabbage), cider, apples, or soul cakes or Bewilder your familiars with a disguise.
Symposium on “Transnational Perspectives on the Middle East, North Africa and Beyond: Gender, Conflicts, and Social Transformations” Oct 26th 9:15-5:30 Whitsett Room
Redondo Poet Series Oct 27th 8pm with Dorothy Barresi, Freddy Garcia, Socheata San and Lusine Makarosyan at Coffee Cartel coffee shop. Poetry at the Beach 1820 S. Catalina Ave, Redondo Beach…Wish I could be there
2016 Jerome Richfield Memorial Fellow award is accepting nominations for faculty members engaged in high quality, high impact research. Deadline Oct 30th 5 pm.
Don Dorsey Excellence in Mentoring Award is accepting nominations for exceptional faculty, staff, and administrative mentors. Deadline Oct 30th 5 pm.
The Dean is working on this year’s holiday card and she is looking for an appropriate poem. Submit your poem to firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecture on “Ritual Worship of Trees, Mountains, and Stones in Northern India” by David Haberman of Indiana University. Nov 2nd 9:30-10:45 Ferman Presentation Room, Oviatt Library
Phenomenal Woman Panel Discussion on issues important to women in 2016 presidential elections Nov 9th 4-6:30…RSVP was due 10/16 but check with email@example.com if you want to attend
Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman Panel Discussion with Linda Overman, Cheryl Spector and David Gerrold Oct 24th 1:00-3:00 p.m. West Valley Regional Branch Library 19036 Vanowen Street, Reseda
“Mexican American Women in Sports and Their Struggle for Gender Equality” with José Alamillo Oct 28th 2 pm Sequoia Hall 104
“Power in the Classroom: Teaching Ethnic Studies–from theory to policy and practice” with Professor Christine Sleeter, Professor Theresa Montaño, José Lara, and Luis Alejo, Assembly Member Oct 28th 4-6 pm Noski Auditorium.
Día de Los Muertos Events:
Noche de Ofrenda–share stories and honor those who have passed Oct 29th 6-10 pm Chicana/o House. Bring food or flowers to honor the dead.
Presentation: “Words about Día de Los Muertos: Indigenous Perspective”with Xóchitl Flores-Marcial, Ph.D Oct 30th 2-4 pm Ferman Presentation Room, Oviatt Library
Día de Los Muertos Annual Celebration Oct 30th 5:30-Midnight begins in breezeway between Sierra Hall and Jerome Richfield and then proceeds to Chicana/o House on Plummer…music, food, and muertos arts and crafts for sale. A Very Interesting and Fun Time!!
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Advancement to Graduation Event this saturday Oct 24th 8:30-4:00 USU Northridge Center begins with Dr. Donald Asher on Graduate Admissions Process. This event includes Ranita Chatterjee’s “How to Compose a Successful Statement of Purpose” workshop PLUS prepare for GRE/GMAT and Finance your Graduate Education. There will also be informational tables for graduate study at CSUN. Please announce to your undergrads and grad students.
Build Poder (si se puede) Promoting Opportunities for Diversity in Education and Research–Information Sessions Oct 22 at 3:30 and 29 at 6:30 SQ 104 AND Application Workshops Nov 12 3:30 and Nov 19 6:30 SQ 104
CSUN’s Desert Performance lab invites all students to a Halloween Party Oct 30th 6pm JR319. Wear a costume and bring your original work to perform…refreshments. Call for Submissions for original work for the Holiday Show Due Nov 1 Submit to Desert Performance Facebook Page Inbox or to Professor Mitchell.
Sustainable Lawn Alternatives Workshop NOV 4th 12:30-1:30 Oviatt Library 16 Garden Level. Space Limited so register today–check sustainability on CSUN web
America Recycles Day Nov 12th 10–2 Bookstore Lawn–convenient…Volunteers needed–check sustainability on CSUN web if you want to help and we know the planet needs some help
Register for 2016 Faculty Retreat by Dec 4th…Theme is “Rediscovering CSUN” on January 19th and 20th. A good way to meet faculty from across the campus in a more relaxed atmosphere.
Sage Publications announces the release of the Vietnamese translation of Online Teaching in the Digital Age by Pat Swenson and Nancy Taylor. Nice Cover/Good Teaching Tips!
Martin Pousson’s story “Father Fox” will be featured in the next issue of New Orleans Review. This story is from his forthcoming novel-in-stories, Black Sheep Boy.
Irene Clark and Shaun Cullen gave a presentation/workshop “Writing an Effective Thesis: Entering the Conversation” for the Thesis Bootcamp Program.
Scott Andrews helped celebrate the 50th annual Western Literature Association conference in Reno, Oct 15-17th. He read his piece “This is a Story about the Plains.” He also presented “Landscape as Process: Jeremy Singer’s Dinetah Paintings” (dinetah–among the people in Navajo) on another panel. Wish I could have been there. And he chaired the “Postwestern Provocations” panel. A busy scholar…
Kudos to All!
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until another Thursday~