Events for February 20, 2019
It’s not too late to apply for Summer 2019 (40 courses in 20 countries), Academic Year 2019-20, or Fall 2019 semester programs. Scholarships available (Deadline to apply: March 11th). For more information, see the website: http://global.ccpe.csulb.edu/ Representatives from the following offices attending the Expo: Career Development Center – Passport Office CSU International Programs (IP) CSULB Financial Aid office CSULB Florence Semester […]Find out more »
CLA Events: Internship Search Strategies For more information, please go to the Professional Development and Career Readiness website.Find out more »
Human Development Seminar Series: Lawyering an Uncertain Cause Immigration Advocacy and Chinese Youth in the U.S.
Human Development Seminar Series: LAWYERING AN UNCERTAIN CAUSEImmigration Advocacy and Chinese Youth in the U.S. In the U.S., unaccompanied Fujianese youth manage multiple transitions of legality, labor, and age alongside their immigration cause lawyers who negotiate personal motivation and professional constraints. In and beyond the legal realm, the figure of the “vulnerable Chinese child” powerfully […]Find out more »
CSU LONG BEACHCHICANO & LATINO STUDIESSUMMER ABROAD IN MEXICO JULY 7-28, 2019 3 weeks of Spanish, Social Science, Culture & Guided Trips Excursions in Mexico City: La Catedral, Palacio Nacional, UNAM El Zocalo, Tlatelolco, Teotihuacan Plaza de Las Bellas Artes Museo Nacional de Antropologia Basilica de Guadalupe, Coyoacan Museo Frida Kahlo (Casa Azul) Xochimilco (las […]Find out more »
International Education CommitteeAfrica Subcommittee Presents African Distinguished Speaker Series 2019 Dr. Samuel NtewusuResearch Fellow/UG Coordinator, Gonja Dagomba ProjectThe Kwame Nkrumah Institute of African StudiesUniversity of Ghana, Legon Accra Pan-Africanism: Perspectives from Ghana Come join us for an enjoyable afternoon discussing African ideas, values and culture!African Food Served Sponsors:Departments of Africana Studies, History, and International Studies […]Find out more »
CSULB, RGRLL, LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES, SGSA PRESENT MAPUCHE CONTEMPORARY STRUGGLES AND SYMBOLS 19972018CRISTIÁN PERUCCI Cristián Perucci holds a Ph.D. in History and Civilizations (2016) from the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris. He is currently a professor at Universidad de la Frontera (Temuco, Chile) and is directing a research project (Fondecyt – UFRO, […]Find out more »