October 20, 2003 Vol. VIII, No. 5
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Wednesday, Oct. 22
All faculty and staff are invited to a retirement reception honoring Sam Britten, founder and director of the Center of Achievement for the Physically Disabled and the Abbott and Linda Brown Western Center for Adaptive Aquatic Therapy, from 4:30Ð6:30 p.m. in the Center of Achievement for the Physically Disabled, the Brown Center, room 140. Hosted by the College of Health and Human Development, the reception celebrates Britten's 45 years of dedicated service. Refreshments served. No RSVP required. In lieu of gifts, guests may contribute to the Dr. Sam Britten Scholarship. fmiÐJean O'Sullivan, x7127. For scholarship info, contact Anne Robinson, x3001, or email@example.com.
Wednesday, Oct. 22
Annual Provost's Colloquium
Religious Studies assistant professor Amir Hussain, Cal State Northridge's 2003Ð2004 Jerome Richfield Memorial Scholar, will speak on "The Study of Islam in the 21st Century" at the 12th Annual Provost's Colloquium at 4 p.m. in the Oviatt Library presentation room. A reception will follow. RSVP or fmiÐx2138.
Wednesday, Oct. 22 and Thursday, Oct. 23
Brown Bag Film Series
The Marilyn Magaram Center invites the campus community to its next "Brown Bag Film Series" at Sequoia Hall, room 112. The next film is "Phytochemicals, Nutrition and Food Safety." Show times are 12:30Ð1:30 p.m. Wed., Oct. 22, and 1Ð2 p.m. Thu., Oct. 23. fmiÐx3102.
Thursday, Oct. 23
Ruth Harris, coordinator of the Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences' Language, Speech and Hearing Center, will be honored with a 6:30 p.m. retirement reception at the Porter Valley Country Club. Harris has served the department for 26 years. Under her direction, Northridge's Early Intervention Program won the California Speech, Hearing and Language Association's Program of the Year award in 1994. Harris also received the association's Honors of the Association recognition in 1998. fmi-Karen Green, x2880.
Thursday, Oct. 23
CSUN Christian Faculty & Staff Association Open House
The Christian Faculty and Staff Association invites the campus community to an open house and lecture from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the University Student Union's Grand Salon. Dallas Willard, philosophy professor at the University of Southern California, will present a lecture titled "The Christian in the Knowledge Factory." Willard's philosophical publications are in the areas of epistemology, the philosophy of mind and of logic. Lunch will be served. fmiÐwww.csun.edu/~vceed002/cfsa.
Thursday, Oct. 23
San Fernando Valley Historical Lecture
Cal State Northridge celebrates the second anniversary of its San Fernando Valley History Digital Library with two historical perspectives of the Valley, presented by archivists Elizabeth Altman and Kirby Pringle at 7 p.m. in the Oviatt Library presentation room. fmiÐx2638, or digital-library.csun.edu.
Thursday, Oct. 23
CELT's Beck Teaching Forum
The Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) will have its forum from noonÐ2 p.m. in the Oviatt Library's presentation room. The Beck Forum provides an opportunity for grant awardees to share their projects and to discuss innovative teaching practices and the enhancement of student learning. Welcome by Jolene Koester, president; Cynthia Desrochers, CELT director; Linda Bain, interim provost and vice president for academic affairs. Refreshments will be served and door prizes awarded. No reservations required. fmiÐx5934.
The forum schedule:
Judge Julian Beck Award Recipients
Wednesday, Oct. 29
- Virginia Vandergon,
Department of Biology
"Can Service-Learning Better Teach Science Content to Pre-Service Teachers?"
- Paula DiMarco, Department of Art
"Public and Community Social Issues in a Graphic Design Course"
- Eugene Fritsche and Karen Savage, Department of Geological Sciences
"Celebration of Peter Weigand's Science Contributions"
Posters and Demonstrations, 2002Ð2003 Beck Award Recipients
Geological Sciences Lecture
The Department of Geological Sciences will sponsor a lecture titled "The Effect of Microbial Attachment on Carbonate Dissolution" from noonÐ12:50 p.m. in Science Building 1, the second floor, room 1231. Pamela Conrad of Jet Propulsion Laboratory will speak. fmiÐx2046.
Monday, Oct. 27 to Saturday, Nov. 1
Celebration of Africa
The African Studies Interdisciplinary Program, the Department of Pan African Studies and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and other campus sponsors, present the second annual "Celebrate Africa Week," featuring dance, music, movies, exhibits, panel discussions, a symposium on African philosophy and a traditional African feast. For event schedule and fmiÐTom Spencer-Walters, x3311, x3619 (fax), or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, Oct. 30
Dance Company Panel Discussion
Five former members of the Martha Graham Dance Company will share highlights of their careers and Graham's modern dance legacy in a panel discussion. Free event. For reservations, call ticket office at x2488. fmiÐWilliam Martin, x7687.
Friday, Oct. 31
Professors Golf Association Tournament
The Cal State Northridge Professors Golf Association will hold its mid-semester tournament at 10 a.m. at the Knollwood Golf Course, 12040 Balboa Blvd., Granada Hills. Registration $46, includes cart. Prizes will be awarded and a Halloween "trick-or-treat" surprise announced. Faculty and staff, regardless of skill level, are invited. Registration and fmiÐLee Gassert, email@example.com or (818) 998-3021.
Monday, Nov. 10
UNICO Charity Golf Tournament
The UNICO (Unity, Neighborliness, Integrity, Charity, Opportunity) service organization will hold its third annual charity golf tournament, benefiting its sponsored fellowship program at Cal State Northridge: 9:30 a.m., California Country Club, 1509 Workman Mill Road, Whittier. The $150.00 cost includes golf, lunch and dinner, or $40 for dinner only. The tournament benefits fellowships for students studying Italian language and culture, and who plan to teach Italian at the high school level. fmi-Gailya Brown, x3301, or Al Consalvi, (626) 445-0225.
UNICO tournament events:
Fee Waiver Deadlines
For information on various deadlines, please access the fee waiver Web site at www-admn.csun.edu/hrs/benefits/
FEEWAIVER.html., or stop by the HRS Professional Development Office from 8 a.m. to noon in University Hall 170.
All faculty and students performing research that includes the use of human subjects must complete a Human Subjects Protocol Approval form. An original form and nine copies should be submitted to the Research Office for review by the Standing Advisory Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects. The next deadline for submission is Tue., Nov. 25. The next committee meeting is Tue., Nov. 11. Protocol submission forms are available in the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects, University Hall 265, or can be downloaded from www.csun.edu/research. fmiÐx2901.
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