Please join the Department of Africana Studies for a very special event. In honor of Black History Month and Africana Studies 50th Anniversary, we are pleased to present TED Talk Speaker and The Gangsta' Gardener, Ron Finley. For more information, please Read more
This course is an overview of personal preparedness tips and recommendations for a variety of hazards. Participants will learn about the most likely hazards in Southern California, how to find out if their home is located in a hazard zone, and what individuals can do at home to prepare for emergency and disaster situations and will introduce the concepts of family emergency plans and kits.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to join us for a frank and open discussion about student safety on campus and in the surrounding community. One of the events commemorating Black History Month. Read more
Kariné Poghosyan, piano: Guest Artist Recital Read more
Join us for a keynote address and writing workshop from the founder of #survivorloveletter, Tani Ikeda. Read more
Social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, SnapChat, and Instagram have become an integral part of our lives. Social media sites are a great way to stay connected with others, but you should be cautious about how much personal information you post. This course will teach you to be cyber safe and while still being able to enjoy your social networking.
Wednesday Night at the Cinematheque
LatinAuteur — Cinema from Spain to Latin America Read more
This course will focus on fire hazards, cover fire safety in the home, and address wildland-urban interface fire preparedness and response measures. Home fires are very common and most are preventable. We will discuss methods to keep your family and home fire-safe. In addition to wildfire mitigation and preparation, participants will be able to discuss the lessons learned from the 2017 and 2018 wildfires in CA.
Come for a great evening with Jesse Williams: acclaimed actor, producer, and activist. This moderated Q+A will discuss his experience with social activism, intersectionality, as well as his time on Grey’s Anatomy. Read more
Please join the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies for our annual Open House and Reunion Dinner! This is a great opportunity to meet GES faculty, staff, and students and to learn more about the major! For more information and to RSVP to dinner, please Read more
radKIDS is the leading educator in realistic and empowering personal safety education for both children and parents. The radKIDS Program provides children with hope, options, and practical skills to recognize, avoid, and escape violence and abuse. This is a 5-day workshop.